Thinking of having hot, piping Tom Yum Goong while you are working from home this “Circuit Breaker”?
Here are 10 affordable Thai restaurants in Singapore which offer islandwide delivery, satisfying your cravings for Pad Thai, Thai Wanton Mee, Green Curry and more.
Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap – Holland Village
17A Lor Liput Singapore 277731
Opening Hours: 11am – 11pm (Mon – Sun)
Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap is a popular eatery offering authentic street-style Thai fare and a less-commonly seen Thai version of Teochew dish Kway Chap.
The Signature Thai Kway Chap ($7.50 for delivery) has light, peppery broth which is reminiscent of bak kut teh but milder, complemented with silky smooth kway uniquely curled up on the edges.
Accompanying the rice noodle sheets are assorted meats like chewy chunks of Thai fish sausage with balanced sweetness and savoury, and well-cleaned pig offal with no gamey taste at all.
This huge bowl also contains pieces of lean meat and topped with crisp-fried pork belly making it extra filling.
Other dishes available include Deep Fried Pork Belly ($10), Fried Large Intestines ($10), Thai Stir Fried Cabbage ($8), Braised Tau Pok ($3) and Kailan with Crispy Pork ($10). Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap (Holland Village)
Islandwide FREE delivery with a min. order of $35. Via https://yaowaratkc.co-enterprise.com.sg.
KinMoo The Thai Noodle House – Bugis
2 Tan Quee Lan Street #01-02 Singapore 188091
Tel: +65 8795 1188
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 5:30pm – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
KinMoo is probably one of the first in Singapore dedicated to serve up Thai noodles in a restaurant, with an open-kitchen concept.
Famous for its Thai Wanton Mee, this original brand is conceptualised by owner couple Rudolph Tan and Thai chef Thanyaphad Tanapermpassaphon.
Kin Moo is offering FREE islandwide delivery with a min spend of $50.
Popular items to choose from include Signature Thai Wanton Mee ($7.90), Cha Kang Rao Noodles ($7.90), Mixed Poek Soup ($8.90), Kway Teow or Bee Hoon Nam Kon ($8.90), Pad Thai with Prawns ($8.90), Tom Yum Prawn Soup ($12.90), Chicken Wings ($8.90 – $17), and Thai Fish Cake ($7.90). Kin Moo (Tan Quee Lan Street)
Customers are recommended to order at least 2 hours in advance. Quote “TAKEOUT” and receive 15% off the total bill if you would like to pick up your orders instead.
– Order site: https://kin-moo.com/takeaways
– A delivery fee of $12 will be charged if order does not hit $50.
– Islandwide delivery with the exception of offshore islands and restricted zones.
– Tel for further enquiries: +65 8795 1188
Soi 47 Thai Food – King George’s Ave
111 King George’s Avenue, Singapore 208559
Tel: +65 6255 4747
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Wed – Mon), Closed Tues
Soi 47 Thai Food – Toa Payoh
Blk 47 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh #01-130, Singapore 310047
Tel: +65 62664747
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Wed – Mon), Closed Tues
Soi 47 has made its name thanks to its intensely flavored food, often referred to as ‘a hidden gem’ for Thai cuisine.
The prices are great, approximately $20 per person, and portion size is satisfying. While there are numerous dishes, the Stuffed Chicken Wing, Steamed Seabass, Tom Yam Soup with prawns and mango salads are some of their specialties.
Both Soi 47’s Toa Payoh and King George Avenue Outlets will be operating at a special timing from 11am – 9pm for this period. Soi 47 Thai Food (King George’s Avenue)
Islandwide delivery is available, with delivery fee from $6 to $15 depending on distance. Orders are recommended to be made at least 2 hours in advance.
You can check out their menu here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/soi47thaifood/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2409275782670570
03-61/63, Thomson Road, Novena Square (Velocity), Singapore 307683
Tel: +65 6352 1446
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
A-Roy Thai Restaurant has been known to serve authentic-tasting Thai dishes, in a family-style setting, with wide selection from Lemongrass Chicken to Tom Yum Soup.
The menu must have contained over a hundred items, including Tom Yum Talay, Fish Maw Soup, Thai Yellow Curry, Pandan Chicken, Fried Omelette, Grilled Seabass, Kway Teaw Tom Yum, to Seafood Fried Rice.
During this circuit breaker, they are offering FREE island wide delivery (Excluding Tuas) with minimum purchase of $50 and above; 10% discount for Self Collection on Ala cart menu only.
Menu for reference here: http://aroythai.com.sg/the-menu/
87 Just Thai
87 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118510
Tel: +65 6473 3396
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2pm, 5pm – 9pm (Mon – Tues, Thurs – Sun), Closed Sun
87 Just Thai has become one of my favourite places for affordable Thai dishes, and they all come out hot (almost reminding me of zi char).
Chef Specials include Deep-Fried Century Egg with Hot Basil ($8 – $12), Thai-Style Braised Pork Knuckle ($10), Sea Bass with Thai Spicy Lime Sauce ($25), Stir-Fried Long Beans with Salted Egg with Chicken ($8), and Claypot Tang Hoon with Prawns ($12).
Minimum order of $50 for delivery, delivery charges from $5. (0 to 5km at $5, 5 to 8km at $8, beyond 8km at $10).
View menu here:
Sawadee Thai Cuisine (Bugis)
9 Tan Quee Lan St, Singapore 188098
Tel: +65 6238 6833
Opening Hours: 11am – 2:30pm, 6pm – 10:30pm (Mon – Sun)
Sawadee Thai Cuisine is known for its fresh ingredients whipped up á la minute into comforting, flavourful Thai plates.
From Thai mango salad to Thai-style fresh seabass, go ahead and indulge familiar favourite.
For families, they offer a Sawadee Comfort Thai Set ($75 for 4 pax) which includes Pomelo Salad, Thai Fish Cakes, Tomyum Soup (Spicy / Non-spicy), Stuffed Chicken Wings, Stir Fried Thai style Squid (Spicy / Non-spicy), and Olive Fried Rice.
As for individuals looks for a filling meal, there is the Pad Kra Pow Angus Beef Bowl ($24) which is fried Rice with beef minced meat topped with Black Angus Beef and Egg.
Delivery via https://order.sawadee-cuisine.com/en_SG. FREE delivery with min order of $100.
Time For Thai
15 Cheong Chin Nam Road Singapore 599739 (Beauty World MRT, Downtown Line)
Tel: +65 6909 3903
Opening Hours: 10am – 3am (Mon – Sun)
Time For Thai’s signature items include Glass Noodle Claypot with Crab, Steamed Sea Bass with Spicy Lemon Sauce, Beef Noodles Soup, Tom Yum Goong with Coconut Milk, Crab Cakes, Mango Salad, and Pineapple Fried Rice.
There are some interesting dishes such as the Dough Fritters with Sangkaya, and Pumpkin with Sangkaya Custard which are popular street foods in Thailand but seldom seen in Singapore.
This Thai eatery has been MUIS Halal certified so fellow Muslim friends can satisfy their Thai food cravings as well. Time For Thai (Cheong Chin Nam Road)
Time For Thai is doing Islandwide delivery (including Sentosa), you can order via: https://timeforthai.oddle.me/en_SG/.
Minimum order amount is $30, and free delivery for orders above $70.
Tuk Tuk Cha Bistro
Bedok Point 799 New Upper Changi Road #02-32/34, Singapore 467351
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
Tuk Tuk Cha is one of the most popular Thai Milk Tea kiosk in Singapore, with 10 outlets opened at various shopping malls. It has quite a comprehensive menu from mains (noodles) to desserts (Shibuya Toast) to drinks (Thai Milk Tea).
The good news for our Muslim friends is, all 10 branches have obtained halal certification.
You can currently find them at Bugis Junction, 313@Somerset, Junction 8, Harbourfront Centre, Hillion Mall, Nex, Waterway Point, Tampines 1, Jurong Point and Bedok Point.
They have also introduced Ramadan Specials, with a Happiness Meal of 4 mains and beverages at $29.90, and Abundance Meal of 6 mains, 6 beverages and 3 Golden Toast at $59.90.
Delivery via GrabFood (islandwide delivery available), FoodPanda & Deliveroo.
Siam Square Mookata
232 Upper Thomson Road Singapore 574363
Opening Hours: 3pm – 3am (Mon – Sun)
Siam Square Mookata will be providing delivery and takeaways. Orders recommended to be done 1 day in advance.
Price: $58 set (for 2 – 4pax), $88 (for 6 – 8pax)
Items: Pork belly, sliced pork, chicken, liver, prawn, clams, fish ball, crab meat, egg tofu, Chinese cabbage, xiao baicai, golden mushroom, egg, vermicelli and instant noodles.
Add on items available: noodles ($2), veggies ($4), meat ($6), seafood ($6), beef ($8), pork belly ($8), cheese dip ($3).
Each delivery set includes mookata pot, mookata stove, soup and 4 types of chilli. Delivery charge of $10 applies. (Pot and stove will be collected at the end of the meal.) Siam Square Mookata (Upper Thomson)
For takeaway orders, visit 6001 Beach Road Golden Mile Tower B1-63 Singapore 199859 for collection.
Block 151, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, stall number 5 Singapore 560151
Tel: +65 9613 3340
Opening Hours: 7am – 3:30pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon
The Thai Wanton Noodle stall literally propelled to fame after online reviews, and queues could take anything between 15 minutes to an hour. Bowls go from Regular, Large, to Jumbo.
The winning parts were the QQ chewy egg noodles, cured fish sausage and dried chilli flakes. No sauce was added so customers could find it dry.
Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee is offering free islandwide delivery with a minimum order of $35.
Items include Soi 10 Thai Wanton Mee ($7.10 for regular, $8.60 for large, $9.80 for jumbo), Fried Pork Rice ($10.80), Pig Trotters Rice ($9.80), Ipoh Curry Noodles ($8), Ipoh Curry Chicken Cutlet Rice ($9.60). Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee (Ang Mo Kio)
Customers can order via https://soi19.co-enterprise.com.sg/.
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