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Reviewed 13 May 2021 via mobile

In Bugis, there is no ends to finding affordable eateries, especially since we art students are always on a budget. Well , I was formerly one, and a poor one at that. Here you can get a set meal at $7.80. There's quite a good...range of mains to select from, I got the pad thai for my main. The portion is not say generous as you'd expect, but hey, we paid for $7.80 and honestly I think it is very generous of then to give us 3 choices for sides and quite a few drinks choices to chose from. For sides we have from a choice of 3 (you can 'guess' what I'm taking) : - chicken wing 1 piece * mushroom tom yum soup - 1 mini salad Well drinks there's teas, soft drinks etc, the usual jazz. And I got the ice lemongrass tea. The sugar concentrate is somewhere at the bottom, so don't forget to stir! So let's talk about flavors. I think my main dish has an identity crisis. It looks like pad thai, smells like one, look like one. Why does it taste like char kway teow? 😅 Though, still good to eat. Mushroom tom yum soup, there's loads of chilli skin particles and lemongrass, so remember to check your teeth before smiling. Overall honestly I will say that I like the food there. The staff is attentive to anyone that eats there even if it is an open area and hard to see when they are in peak hour there, and will ask for if you've checked in and they'll take your temperature just in case as well! P.S. 🤔 Somehow whilst I was eating there alone today, at first there was no one. And when there are, everyone is women. I hardly see any guys there. Be sure to try it out! Very value for money!More

Date of visit: May 2021
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Reviewed 10 October 2019

scruffy looking place, went because of good reviews. food reasonable price but inflated by expensive drinks. However got food poisoning hence reason for review never been so ill.

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed 11 August 2018 via mobile

Excellent Thai food at very reasonable price! The only downside is they have limited sitting so may have to wait if you come after 1pm.

Date of visit: August 2018
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Reviewed 24 March 2018

This is right next to the bugis market and a good place to have cheap lunch, the dishes cost around $5-$8 which is enough to fill your stomach.

Date of visit: March 2018
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Reviewed 10 February 2017 via mobile

Came here for lunch on a weekday afternoon. We came at 4pm so it was not crowded at all, but there was a lot of used cutlery strewn everywhere. We just asked the people at the stall to clear a place for us. Ordered Tom...Yam which was good. At only $5 it was quite worth it. Their prawn omelette was tasty, but it was a bit too salty and overly fried such that it became too crispy. Overall it filled my belly pretty well and I really appreciate the value. I'll definitely be coming back here for my quick fix of Thai food.More

Date of visit: February 2017
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Reviewed 5 January 2017

A friend of mine highly recommended this place so we decided to check it out. Its a little hard to find, as its nestled in the folds of bugis street shopping area, this little nook has great thai food and really affordable prices. The staff...is super friendly and try and accommodate you and your dietary needs despite it being really packed. try their matcha tea (if they still carry it) and don't leave without trying khao neeo mamuang.(mango sticky rice). They are rather famous for their tom yum soup and their green curry.More

Date of visit: September 2016
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Reviewed 17 November 2015

Located within bugis village is this hidden gem! Made up of 3 shops is a small area of food stalls. Being that this is within bugis village, it is heavily air conditioned as in, I got cold enough to need my jacket. This is the...Thai food stall on the left. With drinks like Thai milk tea at just $1.50 and pad Thai at $4. The food is reasonable and the quality is decent. The Thai milk tea wasn't too diluted and sweet enough for me. And the pad Thai had enough wok hei and you could see charred bits of the noodles. There was sufficient crushed nuts for the noodles. You can pick, chicken or pork or prawns. I got the prawn pad Thai and the prawns were crunchy and delicious. All in all, a hidden gem with reasonable prices and great Thai food!More

Date of visit: October 2015
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