More about the restaurant: +Sixty6
Please note that only reservations for a la carte dining are accepted.
There’s at least 66 Thai restaurants in Singapore, but only one +Sixty6, a Thai restaurant with more Southeast Asian culinary tricks up its chefs’ sleeves than you can shake a cinnamon stick at. This minimalistic restaurant along Short Street, indeed just a short stroll from Dhoby Ghaut station, serves authentic Thai food with the added bonus of a complete lack of goods and services taxation and service charges! Get your Thai kicks at +Sixty6.
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It’s easy to find a route to +Sixty6, a Thai restaurant blazing a spicy trail through the Singapore restaurant scene from its premises on Short Street. The long and short of it is that all you need do is hop out at Little India, Bugis, or Dhoby Ghaut and follow the delicate scent of lemongrass and coconut. Once there you’ll find a menu packed with Southeast Asian and Thai favourites, from appetisers to soups and salads, curries, vegetables and eggs to meat and seafood, noodles and rice to desserts and drinks.
There’s more than one way to skin a rabbit, they say, and at +Sixty6’s Dhoby Ghaut restaurant, while you won’t find rabbit on the menu, there’s at least 66 ways you can chopstick your way through Thai cuisine. The chef’s recommended dishes include appetisers like the deep-fried stuffed chicken wings, the larb (a northern Thai-style spicy salad), classic tom yam soup, the stir-fried kai lan with crispy pork belly, the nam pheung gai (Thai-style honey chicken), and the pla tod yam na muang (a hot and spicy deep-fried fish dish topped with mango salad). When it comes to Thai restaurants in Singapore. +Sixty6 is but a number away from being devilishly good. As it stands, it’s divine.