ThaiLily Restaurant Novena is the place to go for authentic Thai food in Singapore, for a number of reasons... This relaxed, eatery offers all kinds of dishes at inexpensive prices with service that is friendly and super helpful. Located in Goldhill Shopping Centre on Thomson Road, ThaiLily Restaurant’s no nonsense approach to dining means you’ve found the perfect refuelling spot for when you’ve shopped til you drop. A few of our favourite dishes include the Thai green curry; the stir-fried prawns with basil leaf; the dry panang chicken curry; the roast squid and the grilled pork neck. But in reality, just about everything is bursting with flavour at this Novena restaurant!
Enjoy a Sea Bass @ $12.90 (UP $25)!
Very Authentic and good thai food to my surprise, very reasonably priced and hope they continue to stay so. Been coming here the 3rd time in 4weeks! Brought My parents whom are not fan of thai food but were all thumbs up. Must-try!
Affordable & great tasting Thai food in the heartlands. Have been back several times for their minced pork salad, mango salad & papaya salad. Other food to try is their basil pork & Tom yum soup. Simple but delicious fare.
Second visit to this restaurant; Excellent food and service! You have got to try the whole fish dishes, you will not regret! Ambience is nice and cozy as well. Will definitely be back for the pad Thai, milk tea, and fish!
The fish on special at $12.90 is really really worth it. Cooked to your desire at four different style. To me the sauce style suits me perfectly. Pineapple rice at $7 is a steal. Chicken with cashew nut is very tasty a little on the spicy side but what is Thai without a little spice. All prices nett
You must try steamed lemon fish here sour and spicy. Food is really good here. Very authentic and shall come back again, Thai food is best food.
Wonderful food. No service charge and no Gst. THeir fish at $12.90 is really worth it and delicious. Even the water is free. Only thing is that its all cash only
Reasonable food. Careful when you take away. They charge you 20 cents per container. Quite disappointing. Guess soon they will be charging for water too