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Yhingthai Palace has had several incarnations around Singapore, but finally having settled in elegant premises along Purvis Street in Bugis, with easy access to the station and City Hall, this Thai restaurant has quickly established itself as one of the best Southeast Asian eateries in the area, with a capacity of 100 guests. Yhingthai serves all the classic Thai dishes you know and love, but their offering of Thai-Chinese cuisine helps it stand out among the competition. Reserve your spot at Yhingthai Palace now.
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nice place, my fav to go place for thai food.
Wholesome, delicious, authentic thai food with great service and ambience! Great for bringing foreign friends who prefer a comfortable setting with aircon. Will always be back.
Second time at this restaurant and I’m not disappointed. Food is very delicious, and service is prompt. The price for such quality food is very reasonable too.
Approachable prices and delicious Thai and Thai-Chinese comfort food is what Yhingthai Palace excels at offering the good people of Singapore. With a Purvis Street location close to the civic centre, you can be sure that the ingredients used are of the highest quality, hand-picked daily by the kitchen staff and used to create delicate and fragrant Thai dishes for your indulgence. Choose from a comprehensive a la carte menu or book in for set menus designed for two, four, six, eight, or ten plus people – ideal as a guided tour of Southeast Asian delicacies.
Yhingthai Palace’s most lavish banqueting options, the two set menus for ten people, are fantastic measures of what this Southeast Asian kitchen is capable of. Start with a fresh mango or pomelo salad; tom yum seafood or fish maw soups; chicken wings stuffed with asparagus and shiitake mushrooms; classic Thai green curries; claypot-cooked crystal noodles with prawns and scallops; baby kailan stir-fried with chilli and garlic and a range of exotic Thai desserts. There’s plenty more yet on offer at this Bugis Thai restaurant, close to City Hall station, too, so make a reservation and enquire about their Thai-Chinese fusion specialties in particular.