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  1. Thai Supermarket
    Photograph: Daniel Iskandar
  2. Thai Supermarket
    Photograph: Daniel Iskandar
  3. Thai Supermarket
    Photograph: Daniel Iskandar

Time Out says

Thai Supermarket has been around since 1985. Formerly situated at Golden Mile Complex, it is the go-to for Thai products like premium fish sauce, Thai basil, green curry paste, rice noodles, and a range of other household and beauty products. 

With the closure of Golden Mile Complex after a successful en bloc sale, Thai Supermarket can now be found at Aperia Mall with improved premises and expanded offerings. You can get the usual Thai goodies here, but also dine in or takeaway at eateries in the mart. If you've yet to check it out, here's what you can find at the new Thai Supermarket. 

What to buy at Thai Supermarket 

Thai drinks and snacks 

What's coming to Thai Supermarket without getting some Thai drinks and snacks? Besides a wide variety of Lays flavours, you can also find other favourites you'd be hard-pressed to find outside of Thai specialty stores. These include Vitamilk ($1.20), Koh Kae peanuts ($4.40) and Chang espresso beer ($4.20). Not to mention a whole range of cooking ingredients, like curry pastes, rice noodles, fresh vegetables, and herbs. 

Fried banana fritters 

The OG Golden Banana at Golden Mile Complex used to operate from a little cart at the entrance of Thai Supermarket in Golden Mile. The stall has since relocated to City Gate mall in the same Bugis neighbourhood. But you can still get your fried banana fritter fix at Thai Supermarket with Talad Thai Banana. Operating from within the mart, it doles out freshly fried banana fritters ($4 for 6) and sweet potato balls ($5 for 12). The queue is as long as ever, but we promise that it's worth the wait. 

Yaowarat-style buns 

Once a hidden gem along Bishan Street 11, Yung Yung has since brought its famous Yaowarat-style buns to JCube, and of course, Thai Supermarket at Aperia Mall. These fluffy, toasty buns are piped with sinful fillings, the most famous of which is the Overfill speculoos ($3.80). Others worth trying at the milky milk ($3.50) and pandan kaya bun ($3). If you're thirsty, you can try the Lotus biscoff smoothie ($6.20) or a classic Thai milk tea ($4.20). 

Slurp by Folks Collective 

For something more substantial, head to the casual eatery to the right of Thai Supermarket's entrance. This F&B concept is by Thai restaurant Folks Collective, and serves up Thai favourites like noodles, fried rice, meat skewers and salads. We tried a hugely satisfying pork boat noodle (10.90), pineapple fried rice ($11.90), and moo ping ($8), though the extensive menu also features the likes of prawn sashimi (from $20) and flower crab (from $28). 


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