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The home of Thai cuisine, Suanthai Restaurant is a family-friendly restaurant offering some of the best Southeast Asian dishes in Singapore today. With a beautiful courtyard complete with gorgeous native plants and bamboo decor, the restaurant offers a unique outdoor dining space that’s perfect for summertime. Located on Killiney Road in Singapore’s Orchard area, Suanthai is an optimal place to sample some of the city-state’s very best Thai delicacies.
Almost all foods are quite nice and tasty especially for the flies chicken with leaf and the Mango salad. We will definitely visit them again.
The Tom yum soup was very good. The Thai fishcakes were oily but tasty. The rest of the food was only so so. Surprisingly not too crowded for a Friday night.
good place to dine. nice thai food in ala carte buffet style with reasonable price.
There are many great Thai restaurants in Singapore, but nobody does it quite like Suanthai Restaurant. This friendly Asian restaurant on Killiney Road, just steps from busy Orchard Road, is known for its friendly service, and has been delighting local foodies since the restaurant’s establishment in 2005. Chefs Sawadee Sakaoduan and Gosol Boonplod are both experts in Thai cooking, and they and their Thai kitchen team are committed to utilising only the best ingredients in each dish they create.
Start off your meal at Orchard’s Suanthai with one of the many soups on offer, such as the tom kah goong, a coconut-based tom yum served with prawns, tomato, and mushroom, the fish maw soup or the gaeng jued, a clear soup made with soft beancurd, chicken and prawns. There are many great seafood dishes to enjoy, including pla kao sam rod, deep fried garoupa with sweet, sour and spicy sauce and the tawd mun goon, prawn cakes with plum sauce, plus numerous vegetarian options and dishes made with beef and chicken. The menu is lengthy at this Singapore favourite – book ahead to see what’s in store!