For the past few decades, Sawadee Thai has been serving authentic Thai food in Singapore – saving you a two-hour trip to Bangkok when cravings strike. It gets a shipment of fresh Thai produce daily, ensuring that all its dishes deliver a genuine taste of Thailand. The recently renovated restaurant is modern and comfortable, allowing you to enjoy an array of dishes in a relaxed setting. While the dining area is a relatively small 1389 square feet, it’s able to squeeze three tables for eight in the middle of the restaurant. Smaller tables at the side of the dining room can be combined for bigger groups.
You’ll definitely find the standard tom yum soup and mango sticky rice on the menu, but why not try something different for once? Meat lovers will like the pan-seared black Angus beef rib-eye ($32) that's served with a homemade green curry sauce. As Thais tend to eat their beef medium to well-done, be sure to let your server know your preferred doneness to avoid disappointment. End the meal with the mao shan wang durian sticky rice ($12) that’s available year round.