Time Out says
Blue Jasmine offers a lovely alternative for those looking to graduate from the likes of Nakhon Kitchen or Thai Express. Located within Farrer Park Hotel, the 100-seater restaurant has consciously followed the culinary ethos of balance and harmony. A sense of calm settles in once you enter its rustic interior with plush seating, high ceilings, and patterned tiles lining the floor.
The restaurant’s refreshed menu sends forth a parade of crowd-pleasing classics and lesser-known regional creations that may change the way you think of Thailand. There are the usuals like stir-fried pad Thai prawns ($16), tom yum soup ($20), and green curry (from $24). But take a gander at the tom yum poh tek ($20), which has chunks of fried sea bass swimming in a fiery soup. Cha-om fried egg ($12) is another delightful find. The traditional egg roll is paired with fresh vegetables and prawn paste-based nam prik kapi dipping sauce.
Dine indoors or sit by the pool outdoors to enjoy Singapore’s city skyline and the surrounding lush greenery as you tuck into a Halal Thai feast.
Level 5, Park Hotel Farrer Park
10 Farrer Park Station Rd
|Opening hours:||Daily 11.30am-2.30pm, 6-10pm|
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