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Friday, May 23, 2014

Spicy Thai - Thai Restaurant

Spicy Thai Thai, what a quirky name to start with and upon hearing such business name, it always bring a smile on my face. I would say it is an amazing place to enjoy authentic Thai food dining in back alley of Little India which left us a very different dining experience after having enjoyed the clean and comfy air-conditioned dining places we had.

Get yourselves be prepared to dine in a dirty back alley and only cash is accepted there. For ladies, it is best to go with a group of friends as the surroundings are quite dimly lit.

Facade of Hong Sin Cafe Singapore
Spicy Thai - Thai Restaurant esrves up an array of delectable Thai cuisine as well as hotpots making your taste buds sing!

Dishes on signage

We started with (Moo Kar Tar), Thai Style BBQ with soup where its starter set consist vegetable, pork and seafood.

Moo Kar Tar - $35
 The vegetables come in a basket form wherewe get to enjoy Dang Hoon, Kang Kong & Cabbages.

Vegetables from the set
We started placing those pork lards on the top of the pot, watching such sinful oil melted under the hot charcoal heat before we start placing those raw meats for our Moo Ka Tar Session!

Steamboat pot

My first time seeing Otah being kept in the coconut and wow the portion was generous. The otah was minced containing a few prawns and was rich in coconut milk decorated with a stalk of mint leaf.

Homok Special Thai Otah Paste with Seafood - $15
Highly recommended by my pal who came here before and yes, if you like La La, I bet you will enjoy this this like I do. Onions, chillis and corriander leaves are added to reduce the seafood smell originally from them. The La La was perfectly cooked and the soup was sweet!

La La - $12
 Skipped the rice and order the Fried Vermicelli as an replacement of the carbs. The vermicelli comes in 2 versions, the plain (below) and with egg wrapping over them. It was cooked with minced meat and chopped long beans with a strong basil leaves fragrant.

Fried Vermicelli - $4.50

Another must try item if you were there. Even though the fish is of seasonal price and may be a little dear, it's all worth paying for as its meat was tender and fresh. The fish was served in a fish shape iron cast under a flaming fire in clear tom yam soup.

Spicy Lemon FIsh - $28 (Seasonal Price)
For the hungry goers, if you still have more room for sides, you can order their BBQ Wings. Sweetly coated with its meat tenderly barbequed to its perfection.

BBQ chicken wings - $6 (4 pcs)


Having stayed in Singapore for so long, it is hardly to come by such back alley dining. For sure, I will be returning for its other dishes specially when Authentic Thai Cuisine are simply worth the value. 

Rating: 4/ 5

Spicy Thai-Thai
Location: No. 49 Jalan Besar Hong Sin Cafe Singapore 208805