Located within the SAFRA Punggol Club, the team behind Siam Thai Tuckshop has been cooking up a storm of late and has developed a menu that showcases the very best Thai cuisine. Chic, stylish and welcoming, this spot on Sentul Crescent has been drawing quite the crowd of foodies from all over Singapore. And that menu we mentioned earlier? It’s brimming with tasty options – from spicy and fragrant curries through to noodles, rice dishes, fresh seafood and plenty of vegetarian options to boot. One of our favourite places to dine on fresh, quality Thai food in Singapore, Siam Thai Tuckshop is a must-visit. Though be sure to book ahead of time to avoid disappointment – you certainly won’t regret it.
I liked the ambiance (they are even playing Thai pop music!) and enjoyed the food. Tom Yum seafood fried rice hits the spot and they gave a big prawn which my wife thoroughly enjoyed. Will be back to try their set lunches.
The food was good egg radish cooked well done panda n chicken was average this time round Thai milk green tea is good and sweet though
Goof variety of food choices , the staff service is fast and attentive. Drinks are very nice and authentic. The ambience is quiet and kept clean.
The Siam Thai tuck shop is not very crowded. The service staff is always great and they always bring smiles with them. Food is fair and reasonably priced.
The Spicy Tom Yam Soup & Fried Seabass with chilli gravy were fabulous 👏👏. However, the Thai Fish Cake was a disappointment as it was sooooo chewy & tasteless. The ruby dessert was fabulous too👏👏. Wanted to try the Thai Sharkfin Bowl at $38++? but was unavailable. I would still go back and try it as it’s selling at $60+ elsewhere. The Indian waitress was very attentive too👏👏. The place is wheelchair friendly 👏👏.
2nd time lunching here. Restaurant was quiet. Staff friendly. Set lunch serving is substantial and value for money. However the calamansi chicken and sweet sour chicken we ordered was mainly flour with tiny pieces of meat. Other dishes like the Tom yum soup, mango salad and dessert were good.
The staff was helpful and attentive. The menu has good variety. The daily set lunch (calamansi chicken set) was only average but the deep-fried tofu and steamed squid were delicious. The seafood phad thai and lemongrass drink were a tad too sweet. Overall, it was a pleasant experience.
The restaurant is tucked at the corner and settled in the nice view of the greenery. Place seems understaff at times when crowded but overall the staff services are excellent.
Second time round and the food is good as the first. The staff is very attentive and always doing and helping on the kitchen stuff even when not crowded.
Food and service are good. Restaurant is not very crowded on a week end. The ambience is like at coffee place with good food and music.