Time Out says
Repulse Bay gets a taste of Southeast Asian beach culture this July, when Sip Song opens up in The Pulse. A play on words, Sip Song means 12 in Thai, but the ‘sip’ part also refers to the obvious in this scenario: sipping on drinks by the beach. In any event, under the stewardship of Bangkok native Nuch Srichantranon, the kitchen team intends to highlight some deeper cuts from the Thai culinary repertoire. That includes kai look keuy, deep-fried hard-boiled eggs served with dried chillies, crispy shallots and a sweet-and-sour tamarind sauce (editor’s note: kai look keuy are amazing and criminally underrepresented outside of Thailand), as well as steamed whole fish served in a broth brimming with chilli and lime.