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Tucked somewhere amongst the HDB clusters and inside a parking lot in Aljunied is an unassuming coffeeshop called Spicy Thai-Thai Cafe that serves great authentic Thai food at affordable prices and I’ve gone back twice already because the food is so delicious. This building is next to the Geylang East Swimming Complex, close to Paya Lebar Road and the PIE.
Spicy Thai-Thai Cafe is humongous, with both indoor and outdoor space. It looks like it used to be a coffeeshop with multiple food vendors housed in one building, but the space is dedicated to Spicy Thai-Thai Cafe only now. Thai food has always been a favorite of mine and Spicy Thai-Thai Cafe’s big menu contains items that are North-Eastern style (I’m not too familiar with that so there’s still more to explore gastronomically).
Another #eatingclean healthy recipe for the week! Thai Garlic and Pepper sauce over meat is one of my fave Thai dishes, and would often order a pork version at restaurants. Then I found out how terribly easy this is to make at home. White pepper makes this dish authentic, although it can be substituted with black pepper – or even a combination of both, if you want.
The beauty of Thai food for me is that the sweet, spicy, sour and salty flavors are comforting because of their familiarity. In New York, we have many good Thai restaurants that serves up authentic dishes and have all the right flavors. In Singapore, clearly there is no shortage of fantastic Thai restaurants also. I guess when it comes to Thai food, there’s no need for me to be gushing profusely as I generally enjoy it and can hardly find faults, especially now that I live in Asia and get to have it pretty often.
Most recently, I had dinner with a group of pals at Royal Thai Cuisine – an al fresco restaurant situated next to a golf course at the end of Fairways Drive, where Riders Cafe and the horse stables are, off Eng Neo Avenue at the Bt. Timah area.