If you are living at the east side, Spicy Thai-Thai is a good place for mookata and authentic northeastern thai food. It’s just 15 minutes walk from Aljunied station.
I’m back for dinner to try their latest dishes. More non-spicy dishes added in the menu.
And let me share with you my top favorites at the end of the post.
Stir-Fry Broccoli with Scallops (S$20)
It’s beautifully platted. I liked that it’s lightly seasoned so you can taste each ingredients from this plate.
The broccoli is rightly cooked, its texture and color are maintained. Definitely not soggy. It’s generously mixed with scallops, mushrooms and carrots.
Cold Tofu with Special Thai Seafood Sauce (S$15)
Tastefully cooked! The Thai Seafood sauce is a perfect match with the cold tofu. I ate half of it.
Stir-Fry Fish Maw with Crab Meat (S$20)
My taste buds are consistent. I now declare that Fish Maw is my favorite. Mix up all the ingredients in one go, the crunch and the taste are going to be a bomb in your mouth.
Stir-Fry Sambal Baby Sweet Potato Leaves (S$10)
I thought it’s Kangkong (water spinach), it tasted the same. But you will noticed the difference in shape of the leaves. This is super spicy and nicely cooked.
Stir-Fry Cabbage with Thai Sweet Fish Sauce (S$10)
Quite typical stir-fry cabbage, it’s lightly seasoned and half-cooked to maintain the crunch.
Kaeng Som Cha Om (S$18)
Hot pot of curry thai style soup that is uniquely cooked with dill omelet as main ingredient and mixed of vegetables. The omelet is not squishy despite the fact that it’s in soup.
Deep Fried Sea Bass with Thai Turmeric Sauce (seasonal price)
We all love crispy dishes, don’t we? I like that it’s crispy on the outside while the meat is tender. The sauce gave it an overall taste of sweetness.
Ron Fried Noodles (S$6)
This plate is in three portions. It made me forget that I said “less carbs for dinner”.
Not eating white rice was a good decision, seems like I reserved space in my tummy. I like the taste, not the usual bee hoon dish you can eat anywhere.
My top favorites from this range are “Stir-Fry Broccoli with Scallops”, “Cold Tofu with Special Thai Seafood Sauce”, “Stir-Fry Fish Maw with Crab Meat” and “Ron Fried Noodles”
How about you, which dish you would like to try? Let me know in the comments.
SPICY THAI – THAI CAFE
Blk 115 Aljunied Ave. 2, #01-35
Singapore 380115 (Aljunied MRT)
Tel: +65 6747 8558
Opening Hours: 11am – 12am Daily