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Top 10 Best Pad Thai in Singapore: A mouth-watering list

Top 10 Best Pad Thai in Singapore: A mouth-watering list

Pad Thai is a delicious dish that originates from Thailand. It is made with rice noodles, vegetables, and protein, and is typically cooked in a Tamarind sauce. Pad Thai is a popular dish in Singapore, and there are many great places to get it. Here are the top 10 best Pad Thai in Singapore.

Top 10 Best Pad Thai in Singapore: A mouth-watering list

#1 – Sawadee Thai Cuisine

Introduction:

Pioneering Thai cuisine locally in 2001, Sawadee Thai Cuisine has grown from strength to strength, and in 2013, they moved to a more upscale location in Bugis. Since then, they have been consistently in the top 5 Thai restaurants in Singapore, an achievement that they are truly honoured and proud of.

Let yourself be transported in an instant from the pulsating beat of the city to the Land of Smiles as you relax amidst the warm hospitality and gentle rhythm of the piped-in Thai jazz music, and indulge in the plethora of gastronomic Thai culinary delights available.
Using only the freshest ingredients from Thailand and cooked ala minute upon order, they believe in balancing the intense and robust flavours of Thailand – sweet, spicy, salty and sour in their dishes.

Inspired by the traditional Sabai, Sawadee @TQL’s Chic decor is the epitome of Asian elegance. Her woody interior is adorned with unique Thai reed wall decorations, replete with Thai ornaments and stylized Thai inscriptions on the pillars, culminating in gorgeous golden drapes cascading in languid waves from the ceiling.

Menu Items:

  • Crabmeat Springrolls (Price $12 – 3pcs/ $18 – 5pcs)
  • Thai Glass Noodles Salad (Price $12/ $18)
  • Tom Yum Soup (Price $18/ $28)
  • Thai Red Curry Roast Duck (Price $20)
  • Thai Otah (Price $12 – 4pcs/ $18 – 7pcs)

Opening hours:

  • Lunch
    • 11:00am-14:30pm
  • Dinner
    • 18:00pm-22:00p

Location: 9 Tan Quee Lan Street, TQL Suites #01-01, Singapore 188098

Contact: +65 6238 6833

Website: Website Link Here

 


#2 – Yhingthai Palace Restaurant Pte Ltd

Introduction:

Established in 1993, Yhingthai Palace Restaurant has been serving authentic Thai and Thai Chinese Cuisine for more than 25 years. They endeavor in serving authentic Thai and Thai Chinese Cuisine with great emphasis placed on freshness and quality of the ingredients used in their dishes.

Yhingthai Palace Restaurant first opened at 13 Purvis Street off Beach Road, with a seating capacity of about 60 guests. In January 1998, the restaurant moved across to a larger premise at 36 Purvis Street and expanded the seating capacity to accommodate up to 120 guests.

Over the years, their team has strived to provide all guests with a comfortable dining experience paired with quality food.

Since the introduction of the Michelin Guide in 2016, Yhingthai Palace has been accorded the Michelin Bib Gourmand for 3 years in a row.

Menu Items:

  • Thai Papaya Salad (Price $22)
  • THAI GREEN CURRY CHICKEN (Price $20)
  • THAI RED CURRY PRAWN (Price $38)
  • THAI JUNGLE CURRY PORK (Price $30)

Opening hours:

  • Lunch
    • 11.30am to 2.00pm (Last orders at 1.45pm)
  • Dinner
    • 6.00pm to 10.00pm (Last orders at 9.30pm)

Location: Yhingthai Palace Restaurant 36 Purvis Street #01-04 Singapore 188613

Contact: +65 6337 1161/ 6337 9429

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#3 – PS.Cafe Paragon

Introduction:

Opening its doors in 1999 PS.Cafe at Paragon began life as a cosy hideaway within the Projectshop fashion and lifestyle store. An unseen concept during its time, the blending of fashion, design and food, was the beginnings of PS.Cafe as they know it today. The store still retains some of the original fittings and design elements from its early days, creating an ambient setting to enjoy classic PS.Cafe dishes. This unique venue pays homage to the brand’s history, which has been infused with modern and vintage design elements. PS.Cafe at Paragon is the perfect location for daytime refreshments or a casual chic evening meal.

Menu Items:

  • Sticky BBQ Ribs (Price $41.50)
  • PS Club (Price $30.50)
  • PS Impossible Burger (V) (Price $33)
  • Spicy King Prawn Aglio Olio (Price $29.50)

Opening hours:

11.00am – 10.00pm (Last order at 9.00pm)

Location: Paragon S.C, 290 Orchard Road, Level 3, Singapore 238859

Contact: +65 6708 9288

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#4 – Sabai Fine Thai on the Bay

Introduction:

The inspiration behind Sabai Fine Thai was a belief that the distinctive and delicious flavours of Thai food would be appreciated all round the world. In 2004 founder and owner, Ms. Jongkolnee Thoboonme established Sabai Fine Thai in Singapore with the concept that her customers could enjoy a genuine taste of authentic Thai fine dining. A real Thai culinary experience using only the best and freshest ingredients, personally sourced to ensure quality.

In the kitchen, Chef Samlee embodies this philosophy. As a former cook for Thai royalty – more than thirty years ago she cooked for HRH Princess Srinagarindra, the Princess Mother of King Rama IX while she travelled, Chef Samlee has spent her career perfecting her cooking skills to a fine art. Today, as head chef for the curry section, she ensures that Sabai Fine Thai’s curries are bursting with unique and original Thai flavours. The best Thai curries in town, They will leave you to decide…

Menu Items:

  • Yam Mamuang (Price $21.5)
  • Yam Neua Yang, Bpet Yang (Price $29.5)
  • Dtom Yam Gung (Price $28.5 – pot/ $10.8 – bowl)
  • Gang Bpet Yang Pollamai (Price $32)

Opening hours:

*CLOSED ON MONDAYS

  • Lunch
    • 11.30am-2.00pm
  • Dinner
    • 6.00pm-9.15pm

Location: 70 Collyer Quay, #01-02 Customs House Singapore 049323

Contact: +65 6535 3718

Website: Website Link Here

 


#5 – Thanying Restaurant

Introduction:

Since its inception in 1988, Thanying Restaurant has devotedly created culinary history by offering the most exquisite Royal Thai cuisine fit for the royalties. Meticulous effort is put into the preparation and the presentation of each dish and each Thai Chef has her/his own area of specialty. Served in the tradition of Thai Court Cooking, everything is in bite-size portions, and all seeds, bones and pith had been removed for the convenience of the pampered diners.

As you step into the flagship restaurant located on Level 2 of Amara Singapore, the quiet elegance of the place reminds you of an aristocratic Thai home. The dominant use of wood in the chairs, floor, partition and window frames, harmonize well with the soft lighting, giving it a warm and cosy atmosphere that lulls one into a contented mood.

Menu Items:

  1. Set Menu A $68.00++ per person | Minimum 4 persons
    • Peek Gai Sod Sai
    • Tom Yam Goong
    • Pla Kao Sam Ros
    • Dessert
  2. Set Menu B $78.00++ per person | Minimum 4 persons
    • Poo Ja
    • Tom Yam Goong
    • Khao Ohb Nam-Liaeb
    • Dessert

Opening hours:

  • Lunch
    • 11:00am – 3:00pm
  • Dinner
    • 6:30pm – 11:00pm

Location: 165 Tanjong Pagar Road Amara Singapore Level 2 Singapore 088539

Contact: +65 6222 4688

Website: Website Link Here

 



#6 – Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant

Introduction:

Diandin Leluk started from humble beginings in the early 80s, founded by a Singaporean and his Thai wife.

​Using a rented lorry, the duo would go around Singapore peddling packed lunches to Thai construction workers. They did this for one reason: a true labour of love.

​Their satisfaction was simple: seeing these workers enjoy hearty and affordable meals, transporting taste buds back to the Land of Smiles and recreating the savoury comforts of home.

​Strong customer support led the couple to set up a restaurant in 1985 in where else but Singapore’s Little Thailand – Golden Mile Complex!

The couple would like to think they were pioneers – creating flavourful Thai cuisine in a restaurant setting!

​Today, Diandin Leluk still has that same enduring dedication to create tasty.

​Preparation is still overseen by the owners: items are handmade as much as possible, fresh herns are imported from Thailand throughout the week and ingredients are sourced fresh daily.

Menu Items:

  • Tom Yam Seafood Soup (Price $12(S)/ $22(M)/ $32(L)
  • Superior Sharkfin Soup (Price $38)
  • Gang Som Soup (Price $12(S) / $22(M) / $32(L)
  • Coconut Milk Chicken Soup (Price $12(S)/ $22(M)/ $32(L)

Opening hours:

*Daily Included Public Holiday

  • 10.30am to 10.30pm

Location: 5001 Beach Rd, #01-67/68/69 Golden Mile Complex, Singapore 199588

Contact: +65 6293 5101

Website: Website Link Here

 


#7 – Thai Accent

Introduction:

Absolute Thai Group of Restaurants has more than 20 years of experience since its humble inception in 1999 for bringing Malaysian Flavour authentic and contemporary Thai cuisine.

​To date, it prides itself with owning Thai restaurants in Malaysia which are mainly concentrated within the Klang Valley, Genting Highlands, and Johor, and its business vision has also led to two outlets created abroad with one in Australia and one in Singapore.

Menu Items:

  • Signature Tom Yam Seafood Soup (Clear / Red Base) (Price $10.90/ bowl)
  • Pineapple Fried Rice with Prawn topped with Chicken Floss (Price $14.90)
  • Thai Green Curry Chicken served with Roti Prata (Price $16.90)
  • Steamed Seabass with Lime, Garlic & Chili Sauce (Price $36.90)

Location: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #02-145/146 VivoCity, Singapore 098585

Contact: +65 6376 9282

Website: Website Link Here

 


#8 – Jim Thompson

Introduction:

Nestled among the lush greenery of the historic Dempsey Hills area of Singapore, the complex of grand colonial-era buildings that once functioned as the main military barracks for the British Army in Singapore have been extensively restored and converted into a thriving upscale lifestyle complex of restaurants, antique stores, and art galleries.

Drawing on decades of design experience and the cultural heritage of the famous Jim Thompson Residence and Museum in Bangkok, the company have created a magnificent statement of restaurant design- artfully combining the impressive colonial architecture with a contemporary Thai style of refined elegance.

A team of talented Thai chefs created authentic Thai cuisine, based on traditional Thai recipes and ingredients, adding some modern innovations in the process. The restaurant provides guests with three options of dining style- a true fine-dining experience in the stunning main dining hall, the more casual style of the Wine Bar, and the relaxed atmosphere at the outdoor garden terrace setting.

Menu Items:

  • Yam Woon Sen Goong Sod (Price $22)
  • Larb Gai (Price $24)
  • Tom Kha Gai Lek (Price $26)
  • Phad Thai Goong Sod Rue Gai (Price $26)
  • Phad Graprow Gai Rue Neau Chicken/ Beef (Price $28/ $33)

Opening hours:

  • Sunday, Tuesday – Thursday
    • 12.00pm – 3pm
    • 6.00pm – 10pm
  • Friday – Saturday
    • 12.00pm – 3pm
    • 6.00pm – 10.30pm

Location: 45 Minden Rd, Dempsey Hill, Singapore 248817

Contact: +65 6475 6088

Website: Website Link Here

 


#9 – Korat Thai Café

Introduction:

The longtime cafe is run by a Singaporean, Raymond Ong, 57, and his Thai-born wife Sandy Ong, 54. But in a Facebook post dated Jun 5, the couple announced that they were planning on retiring and were looking for a new owner for their eatery.

It’s known wallet-friendly food in Orchard Road would have heard of Korat Thai Cafe. The gritty eatery is tucked away on the third floor of notorious Orchard Towers, where it serves up pretty authentic, homely Thai fare like panaeng curry, pad thai, tom yum soup and pork basil rice (the fried chicken wings there are also tasty).

Menu Items:

  • Fried Brasil Leaves with Seafood (Price $11.90)
  • Thai Prawn Cakes (Price $11.90)
  • Tom Yam with – Chicken/ Beef/ Seafood (Price $11.90)
  • Yellow Curry – Chicken/ Beef/ Seafood (Price $11.90)

Opening hours:

Closed on Every Monday

Tuesday to Sunday 1pm to 10pm

Location: 400 Orchard Rd, #03-28, Singapore 238875

Contact: +65 6736 2282

Website: Website Link Here

 


#10 – SARAI (Formerly Patara Fine Thai Cuisine)

Introduction:

Setting itself apart, SARAI aims to bring you on a journey of rediscovering Thai cuisine. With more than 27 years of culinary experience, Isan-born Chef de Cuisine – Chimkit Khamphuang, or better known as Chef Lisa, is dedicated to bringing a part of her Thai heritage to SARAI. Sit comfortably and enjoy the traditional Thai-style dining known only as สำรับ (sumrub), with beautifully crafted menus that have been delicately and meticulously curated to conjure warm feelings of belonging and gastronomic contentment. Indulge in classical Thai dishes well-loved by the royal family, with each encompassing a touch of innovation and modern embellishment, taking your taste buds on an adventure of enticing flavors, inviting aromas and exquisite textures.

Menu Items:

  • dried prawns and wild ginger wrapped with betel leaves
  • crab meat with pickled garlic on crunchy rice
  • thai rice cupcakes with seared scallop and pomelo
  • dried prawns and wild ginger wrapped with betel leaves
  • southern style fresh mussels satay
  • roasted duck soup with young coconut and thai basil
  • wild mushroom salad with grilled prawns and chili jam
  • dry green curry with beef and white turmeric
  • stir-fried sweet pea with tokin jasmine flowers
  • assorted vegetables curry with cucumber achar
  • stir-fried squid with cured pork and pickled garlic
  • stir-fried pork jowl with dried shrimp paste relish
  • stir-fried scallop with chayote sprouts
  • and many more

Location: 163 Tanglin Rd, #03-122, Singapore 247933

Contact: +65 6737 0818

Website: Website Link Here

 


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