Thai meets Chinese at Singapore’s ThaiPan Restaurant, a beautiful Asian dining establishment on Singapore’s Siglap Road. Located inside of Mandarin Gardens Condominium, this location was the first opened of the restaurant’s two outlets and continues to be a trailblazer in the city-state’s competitive dining scene. Situated in the East Coast region of Singapore, ThaiPan restaurant is open every day of the week for your dining pleasure.
Since 2003, ThaiPan has been whipping up their incredible Asian cuisine at Mandarin Gardens Condominium. Now, with a second outlet in Changi Village, the restaurant continues to lead the way when it comes to unpretentious, delicious Asian cuisine. Serving up Thai, Chinese, and a fusion of the best Asian dishes, ThaiPan remains devoted to providing the boldest, freshest flavours to the hungry people of Singapore.
Through thick and thin, ThaiPan Restaurant keeps serving up their incredible Asian cuisine to local foodies in Singapore’s East Coast area. One of the city’s top locations for seafood, ThaiPan makes certain that diners are provided with the freshest catch – favourites include the ThaiPan-style Assam fish head, the sambal squid and the fried mackerel steak. The tofu and vegetarian options here are also on point, so make sure to sample meat-free delights like ThaiPan jade tofu with chicken floss or the broccoli with garlic. And for dessert, you can’t go wrong with the longan with honey sea coconut or the yam paste with gingko nuts. Be sure to book a table in advance for a pan-Asian adventure at ThaiPan!
Value for money. Serving is generous and service is good. tends to be packed during dinner time with not just residents but also external visitors
Wolfed down the burger (no pun intended) together with the beer on tap. Choose from Asahi, Kronenburg or Asahi dark. Sets you back $10 per pint if you ordered from these selections. Will be $12 upwards for cider and other beers. Great .
Great place for a family dinner. Came here multiple times ever since my kids were studying in schools in the east.
Great food, the butter squid was superb. Will definitely come back for more! Minimal wait time. Not crowded on a Wednesday night so food was served fast.
I and my colleagues were having a farewell party for our colleague at your restuarant on 17 March recently, Coincidentally, we found that one of our other colleague's birthday fell on the same day. We hurriedly bought a cake after enquiring from a friendly counter staff and request that your restaurant staff helped us with it . when the "Birthday Boy" returned from the washroom, Ruth, your sevice staff was so innovative, she jangled on the tambourine and decorated our plain Sara Lee cake on a nice plate, complete with the Happy Birthday sign and surprised our friend with the Happy Birthday song! We heard the other guests singing along too! Hahaha. Then, we also spoke to Suzanne, another of your service staff and she was very helpful in answering some of our enquiries with one of the sweetest smile ! My colleagues and I had a unforgettable evening at your restuarant and all of us said we will bring our families there again. The food was good and prices were reasaonable. Well Done & Keep It Up !
I have a penchant for restaurants in old condominium compounds - they bring on a sense of nostalgia, of being back in the Singapore of simpler times. Thaipan definitely had that ambience I was looking for a relaxed, cosy birthday celebration over homely tasting tze char. The dishes tend to be on the greasy side but we didn't mind since it was a special occasion: time to indulge. Try the jade tofu with pork floss with a great helping of rice.
The pricing is extremely reasonable and the food served is definitely better than most tze char stalls out there. One thing they could probably improve is to expand their menu to include some desserts like cakes and/or ice cream or even some traditional thai desserts. But overall, very good experience and definitely recommended!
the food and service was excellent! the pork rib was really succulent and juicy while the olive fried rice had tons of wok hei. the onions and mango that came with the olive fried rice really cut through the oil of the rice, and made it a really nice combination.
The service was great and so was the food. Really love the cereal chicken and sambal kang kong. The famous butter squid and pork chop wasn't a letdown as well. No service charge but they indeed served you very well.
Due to mother's day, the restaurant is packed so we have to wait longer for our food to be served. We ordered a few of their specialties (I.e. Jing Du Pork Chop, Cereal Chicken, Stir-Fried French Beans and Yam Basket with Seafood) and they are really good.