Suki Thai @ Golden Mile Complex – No Frills Thai Food, Steamboat & Mookata
If you are seeking a quiet and comfortable meal in Golden Mile Complex, check out Suki Thai – Steamboat & Thai Cuisine. Opened just a few months ago, the eatery serves a range of Thai dishes, steamboat and mookata.
The menu is grouped according to different categories – meat, seafood, vegetables, dumplings, dumplings, premiums, snacks, combo. Most meat are priced at $4.50, while the more expensive premium items such as wagyu beef and kurobuta pork are priced at $22. Vegetables are priced at $2.50 and up.
We ordered these green noodles called ‘Jade Noodles’. You may find it familiar because it is the same noodles as what MK Hot Pot is selling. The noodles are topped with garlic and it tastes really good just by eating it alone.
Other than a la carte orders, there are also sets such as seafood combo ($40), which comes packed with prawns, fish, clams, pork, chicken, pork belly and a basket of vegetables. The vegetable combo costs $14.50, while the meat combo costs $24.50.
You may also want to leave room for the restaurant’s ready-cooked dishes, which is a range of traditional Thai dishes specially cooked by the lady boss who is a Thai. We ordered a plate of mango salad to try, I was daring enough to request them to prepare it the traditional Thai way. Man, it was really spicy. Just a mouthful and I found myself perspiring.
They offer two soup bases in a pot – the usual chicken soup and tom yam soup. I like the tom yam soup very much. It is light with a hint of the sour-spicy flavour. When seafood is added into the soup, it tastes so good that I just forgot about the chicken broth and kept going for the tom yam.
What started off as a steamboat place has also added mookata into the menu due to customers’ demand. It’s a good move, I feel. Especially if you have a big group, you can do mookata and steamboat together. What’s better is the air conditioning, which makes your meal enjoyable. Honestly, if you ask me which one do I prefer, I still like the steamboat more.
Another draw is the do-it-yourself dipping sauce where diners are given a tray of condiments, from sesame and chilli sauces to freshly chopped garlic and pickled chillies. All of that is worked into the spicy, aromatic sauce. Whether it is mookata or steamboat, I swab everything with it. Oh yeah, I need a bowl of rice please!
Suki Thai – Steamboat & Thai Cuisine
Address: 5001 Beach Road, Golden Mile Complex #02-45/46/47/48
Tel: 6291 3313
Opening hours: 12pm – 11pm
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