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Saturday, July 29, 2023

Chiang Mai Thai Kitchen

When the food is good, there will be definitely return trips to the stall. Besides having white rice to pair with the curries, we ordered their Thai Style Seafood Fried Rice. The Fried Rice was not only packed with egg fragrance but also the Wok Taste within. Even having this place of Fried Rice is good enough if I do not have any sides to pair with.

Thai Style Seafood Fried Rice - $6.50

Yellow Curry Chicken was sweet tasting and the ingredients were generous. Thai Brinjal, Carrot, Green Beans, potatoes and a handful of chicken meat were included. They are best to go with a plate of fragrant white rice.

Yellow Curry Chicken - $6

Tom Yum Seafood Soup can never be left out whenever we have some stomach space in the meal. The lemon grass fragrance was addictive and seafood such as fish, prawns and squid were added. 

Tom Yum Seafood Soup - $6.50

The Stir Fried Kai Lan Crispy Pork was a perfect match to our plate of rice. The Wok Fried taste and the savoury taste were something we were all looking for. Large pieces of Crispy Pork were Stir-Fried together with Kailan, chilli and mushrooms.

Stir-Fried Kai Lan Crispy Pork - $12

Posted 29 January 2023

While I was craving for some authentic Thai Food, I made a return visit to the Chiang Mai Thai Kitchen and ordered their Jade Noodle. The style of dish was similar to Stir-Fried Basil Pork Rice with fried Egg just that the rice was replaced by the Green Noodles.

Taste was decent and matches me for I'm a supporter for Basil pork dishes. Perhaps the only pet peeves was that it tasted a little on a spicier side for me.

Jade Noodle
Jade Noodle - $6.50

Posted 13 March 2022

While in the search of food for dinner, we landed ourselves up in this coffee shop hoping to have some slurps of ramen soup. However, it was a letdown as the shutter for the stall was closed. We seek an alternative stall in the same coffee shop and was contemplating between Thai or Chinese Food. Our choice was pretty obvious when we see the long queue lining up in front of the Thai Stall.

Chiang Mai Thai Kitchen
Chiang Mai Thai Kitchen

The variety of food items on the menu and the intermittent clanging of woks and pans from the kitchen excites me. From the communication through the Kitchen, we heard some local Thais talking and this has given patrons more confidence in the food.

Menu Board
Menu Board

The Thai Green Curry Chicken was not only fragrant but addictive. Ingredients were generous and this big bowl of Green Curry is best to go with a bowl of rice.

Green Curry Chicken
Green Curry Chicken - $5.50

Basil leaf, potato, long beans, Thai Brinja as well as cut chicken strips are given.

Green Curry & its Ingredient
Green Curry & its Ingredient

The Moo Ping comes in a plate of 5. It may be kind of tough to share if you are in a group of 2. Each skewer was coated in sauce thoroughly and was very tasty.

Moo Ping
Moo Ping - $10

Dabbing this stick into the chilli is definitely the best way to enjoy.

Moo Ping in Chili
Moo Ping in Chili

The Omelette Crab Meat Fried Rice was above my expectation. The food was served on an old school metal plate and grease paper. Egg Omelette was both creamy and runny topped with a handful of crab meat chunks. Cucumber slices and cherry tomatoes are tucked by the side of the rice.

Omelette Crab Meat Fried Rice
Omelette Crab Meat Fried Rice - $9.90

The fried rice was fragrant and packed with hints of "Wok Hey". The rice definitely goes well with the crab meat and egg. Instead of just plain fried rice, they do offer crab Omelette Meat with Basil rice too.

A spoonful of Omelette Crab Meat Fried Rice
A spoonful of Omelette Crab Meat Fried Rice

With limited stomach space, it would not be a surprise to be back again for other dishes.

Rating: 3.25 / 5

Chiang Mai Kitchen
282A Toh Guan Rd, Singapore 601282

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