Did somebody say hot pot?! Singapore’s obsession with Thai hot pots runs deep, so it’s just as well that Soi Thai Soi Nice has gotten a second outlet located in Seletar Mall. This Sengkang West Avenue eatery has a whole range of fresh ingredients including roasted pork, tiger prawns and crayfish all submerged in a homemade, army-style Tom Yum broth hot pot that is just bursting with authentic Thai spices and flavours. Or if you want something a bit different, why not choose from other dishes such as kho moo yang of grilled pork neck and hor mok ma praw with steamed egg and otah stir fried with fresh seafood served in a coconut shell at this Sengkang spot? Book a table now and beat the crowds!
2nd time visit. Service was good and food are nice but a bit salty for some dishes. Food serve fast and the staff are very attentive to customers requests and feedbacks.
The mall, though quite small, is not bad with a cinema and NTUC as a flagship grocer. Also have some good mainstream restaurants. One of the things that they lack though is a food court though!
Everything is excellent. Food is quality n of high standards, friendly staff. Just 2 points to improve: have more promotions, staff to be more pro-active in customers needs eg offer water when pax seated. Thank u
Went by during a weekday noon when there is a 50% discount promotion for a Thai style steam fish that is put outside of the shop, but unfortunately there is no stock for the fish supply during lunch.. Ordered basil pork with rice, blue ruby, blue pea coconut drink, blue pea hot tea, mango with sticky rice and blue glass noodle salad from the blue sensation menu; pad Thai, pineapple rice and fish Tom yam soup from the basic menu.. the food in the blue menu left a deeper impression though especially the blue ruby that is a must-try as it has a strong flower fragrance infuses inside the jelly; there is a mild flower taste in the rice for the basil pork dish; the blue pea tea taste better with the addition of pandan leaves; however the blue coconut drink is not very fantastic as the coconut milk is too much and taste is too strong that hardly any flower taste.. tom yam soup is quite flavorful but i feel a lack in spiciness aspect; the pad thai and pineapple rice taste pretty normal and nothing special to what I've eaten in other places.. Overall a affordable and filling meal though; portion is quite generous for the amount paid; location wise is a little inconvenient..
Food not bad especially the otak was delicious and the dessert like the glutinous rice w blue pea and ice cream. The olive rice was a let down as it’s not fragrant enough and needs extra ingredients for mixing like chopped big lime (not just one big piece), chopped onions and nuts and chopped red chilli padi instead of the green chilli only. Oh yes, the egg salad is nice and unusual. Never had that in any upmarket Thai restaurant before. Service is so so and it’s wheelchair friendly although rather cramp. They need to look into the dripping of water from the aircon due to condensation too.
Service and food was good during my first visit. However, food quality isn’t consistent when we visited the place on another occasion. Otherwise, it’s a nice place with value for money meals.