Noodle Thai Thai Kitchen – $6 Thai Lunches With Free Flow Drinks
We all know that Singaporeans love Thai food. Perhaps it’s because Singaporeans just love to add chili into everything they eat. Run by Keith and Candy, husband and wife, Noodle Thai Thai Kitchen offers a unique Thai food experience.
The duo hopes that Thais working in Singapore can savor a taste of home here. Born and raised in Thailand, Candy used to run a bistro in Thailand for over 3 years before getting married and moving over to Singapore with Keith. Now, she runs the kitchen by herself while Keith is in charge of operations.
To ensure consistency in their food, Candy prepares all the sauces and ingredients herself. She spends a couple of extra hours before and after operating hours preparing them. To help relieve the workload, they hired a Thai chef to help with the cooking. However, all of the recipes are from Candy herself. As much as possible, both Keith and Candy insist on using true Thai ingredients.
Launched on 1st August, Noodle Thai Thai Kitchen has rolled out an irresistible lunch promotion that runs from 11am to 3pm daily! For $5.90, you can get a specially curated Thai dish and FREE flow drinks (ice lemon tea, pink guava etc)! The 8 dishes available for the lunch promotion include their signature Basil Minced Chicken Jade Noodles, Double Grill Chicken Jade Noodles, Spicy Thai Thai Noodle (soup or dry), Beef Noodle, Green Curry Chicken with rice, Seafood Ramen, Basil Minced Chicken with Rice and Tom Yum Chicken with Rice.
The humble restaurant is named after their own creation – the signature Basil Minced Chicken Jade Noodles ($6.90 during dinner, $5.90 during lunch)! Keith tells me that the direct translation of spinach noodles is jade noodles in English, hence the name. The noodles come with a sous vide egg, a generous side of basil chicken, spinach noodles and a crispy fried item. Keith told me that they only cook 100 sous vide eggs a day because it takes 2 hours to prepare the eggs. The noodles were al dente and had a nice firm bite. The flavor of the dish comes from the fragrant basil chicken. Mix everything well and you’ll get an even coating of flavor on every strand of noodle. Their basil chicken packs quite a punch! I liked that they were generous with the noodles and the basil chicken. You can opt for a regular sunny side up if you prefer that to a sous vide egg.
I also ordered their Tom Yum Goong ($12), and a plate of Stir Fried Chicken and Cashew Nuts ($12.90). I liked how customizable their Tom Yum Goong is. You can choose between chicken or prawns, red or clear soup and different spicy levels! I had prawns in red soup, and went for a low spice level. I loved the tanginess of the broth but would have loved to see more mushrooms in the soup. While the soup has a delicate balance of sourness and spiciness, I found that it is more sour than those from other Thai eateries. If you enjoy sour tom yums, you’ll love this.
The fragrant stir-fried chicken comes with huge chunks of chicken fried with an assortment of vegetables including carrots and onions. The chicken chunks were thick and would satisfy any meat lover. My only gripe would be that it’s a tad too oily. Do pair it with rice!
Noodle Thai Thai Kitchen also serves some interesting items including Claypot Flower Clam (lala) Jade Noodles, Har Mok (handmade thai otah made from green curry and barbequed in a coconut husk) and also Grilled Whole Spring Chicken in Thai Herbs! Great food, nice ambience, affordable prices!
Noodle Thai Thai Kitchen
Address: 327 Beach Road, Singapore 199560 (Near Sultan Gate)
Phone: 6909 0759
Opening Hours: 11am to 3pm, 430pm to 1030pm daily on weekdays. 12pm to 1030pm daily on weekends
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