Sunday, May 20, 2018

Bangkok's Took Lae Dee in Singapore

Pad Thai

The team that brought Tim Ho Wan, Tsuta, and Kam's Roast to Singapore has now opened an outlet of Tok Lae Dee (18 Tai Seng Street #01-34, 6272-2000). I haven't been to the one in Bangkok, but it literally means "cheap and good."

And cheap it is. They have a basil chicken for only S$3.80 (US$2.80), and it's plated on nice porcelain while you sit in air conditioned comfort. Other menu items include basics like green curry or the pad thai above, which you could spike with the standard array of Thai condiments.

It was certainly better than most of the Thai chains around here. Plus, they have a cool counter for you to sit at if you'd like. Here's to hoping that they expand into the city soon, preferably as a 24 hour place like they are in Bangkok.

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