I love coming back again and again at Spicy Thai Thai. I love their unique and delicious Thai dishes. I bought tapao (takeaways) there on Fynn’s 6months old celebration (yup, we celebrate his “birthday” monthly”, last Chinese New Year, and my blow-out birthday celebration for my kids’ nanny. I plan to dine there with family very soon again. Yes, that is how much I enjoy their dishes so much.
Since I will be taking my kids, I am glad to know there are non-spicy dishes for them in my menu. But of course, there are still new spicy dishes for those who prefer “hot & spicy” foods like my hubby. Spicy Thai-Thai included a fusion of Chinese & Thai for lovers of both cuisine.
Kaeng Som Cha Om 泰式野菜煎蛋辣汤 $18
This is a rich soup with dill omelet soaked in it. It is very heavy on flavors. I have tried the dill omelet before but not in a soup. This is my first time trying out a soup like this.
Deep Fried Sea Bass with Thai Turmeric Sauce 泰式酥炸黄酱汁鲈鱼 $Seasonal Price
We got a huge sea bass and I particularly liked it a lot. It was deep fried to crispy perfection but the inside wasn’t dry which I prefer. I love the crunch of the fish skin and the tenderness and flavour of the meat of the fish. The sauce made me like this dish because it was sweet and mildly sour. It wasn’t spicy for me. I couldn’t really taste any hint of turmeric but the reddish tint of the sauce may be from the turmeric.
Cold Tofu with Special Thai Seafood Sauce 泰式海鲜酱汁冷豆腐 $15
This is one of example of the Chinese-Thai new dish. You get a big square of cold soft tofu with a yummy special Thai seafood sauce generously permeating the tofu on top.
Stir-Fry Broccoli with Scallops 干贝炒西兰花 $20
Another Chinese-Thai dish is this one. Brocolli is one of my favorite vegetable. It is beautifully plated with scallops. The broccoli was stir-fry well to achieve a tender but not soggy texture. Honestly, I got more broccoli than the scallops.
Stir-Fry Cabbage with Thai Sweet Fish Sauce 泰式鱼卤炒包菜 $10
Are you veggie-lover? Here is another dish for you. You will find the cabbage in Spicy Thai Thai is softer and juicy than the regular ones you buy in the local supermarket here.
Stir-Fry Sambal Baby Sweet Potato Leaves 小番薯叶炒蒜蓉 $10
I guess, we are really giving in to our veggie cravings because we got another vegetable dish, stir-fry sambal baby sweet potato leaves. This time, this dish is on the spicy side but tolerable enough for me.
Ron Fried Noodles 泰式面 $6
This is definitely my favorite among all the dishes. We got a 3 servings of this noodles. The noodles is named after the owner who made it serendipitously on one occasion. It is mildly spicy but I love the flavor of this dish as well as the texture of the noodles. I will be coming with my family for this one.
Stir-Fry Fish Maw with Crab Meat 蟹肉炒鱼鳔 $20
Fish maw is often found in soup but interestingly in this dish, it is dry and added with crab meat. This is another winner in my book.
Sticky Glutinous Rice with Mango $8
One of Thai’s popular dessert is the sticky glutinous rice with mango. The mango was sweet and I like how the glutinous rice was cooked. It was not too hard nor too mushy nor ‘bumble-gumy’. I like the milk was on the side so you can control how much to pour on the rice.
Lemongrass Jelly with Aloe Vera Cubes & Calamansi $3
This is a very refreshing dessert with a nice zing and tang to it.
I recommend Spicy Thai Thai for upcoming holidays because there are several occasions coming our way – Christmas, New Year and Chinese Year. There is always a dish for Thai and Chinese food fans as will as for those who love spicy food as well and for those who can’t tolerate one. I know I will visit them again soon within a few weeks. See you there!
Spicy Thai Thai Cafe
Address : Blk 115 Aljunied Avenue 2,
#01-35, Singapore 380115
Tel : +65 6747 8558
Opens Daily from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.
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Disclaimer: This was a food tasting event in collaboration with Spicy Thai Thai Cafe. The food tasting was free. No monetary compensation is involved. All thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.