Friday, March 20, 2009

Chiang Mai Palace, China Square

Kao Soi

Here was the kao soi from a northern Thai place that I randomly came across here in Singapore (3 Pickering Street #01-27, 6538-2231). It was an off-the-menu lunch-only item, but I liked it enough to want to come back to try their regular menu. I just have to remember to decline those stale chips that shove onto your table and annoyingly charge you S$2 (US$1.30) for when the check arrives later.

5 comments:

Kathy said...

It does look pretty authentic with the pickles and onions thrown in. Pity they didn't use thicker noodles.

The food court at Le Meridien used to have pretty authentic kao soi, it was a quiet corner stall. I'm not sure whether they still do.

ClearTear said...

tell them u dun want it, and they will take it off ur bill.

Bongo said...

Think it's "China Square Central", not "China Square". Also, it's not on Pickering Street (I don't know why hungrygowhere thinks it does) but at 18 Cross Street (http://www.chinasquarecentral.com/about.php).

bma said...

Thanks for pointing that out. Yes, it is China Square Central rather than China Square. But it is in the Nankin Row section in the back, which technically is 3 Pickering Street rather than the Cross Street address that the main building is on.

WhyChris said...

It looks like a new management i think, it looks and taste different from 8 months ago when i was there for dinner. My friend invited me there and it's much more better then before. Check it out for yourself and let me know, cheers.