Do you have any Thai Food cravings? Visit Suk’s Thai Kitchen.
lyfeportal was at Suk’s Thai Kitchen to fulfil our cravings for Thai food and we found a wide variety of authentic and delicious Thai cuisines! Dressed in a modern interior with various instagrammable spots; this is defo one place to check out with your family and friends!
Spot these beautiful neon lights!
Let us now give our honest and truthful opinion on the chef’s recommendations.
Thai Prawn Cakes (Tod Mun Goong)
Incredibly good. The Prawn cakes are huge in size and extremely juicy. Every bite is a mouthful of meat. Thinly coated with a layer of batter that is fried perfectly to golden brown, this dish is a must try. It also comes with a sweet and sour sauce that goes very well with the prawn cakes, taking away the greasiness of fried food!
Thai Fried Chicken Wing (Peek Gai Tod)
Crispy Chicken Wings! Deep fried with minced garlic and its seasoning, the Peek Gai Tod is super fragrant and crispy! A special spicy sauce comes on the side, adding a burst of flavour to your taste buds! These juicy chicken wings are separated at the joint, so you don’t need to get your fingers all over it! Just a bite and the meat comes off!
Soup: Red Tom Yum Soup with Chicken (Tom Yum Gai)
Price: $12 (R) $24 (L)
Tom Yum Gai has our favourite kind of sour and tangy formula that we like! The spice builds up but it’s not too spicy at the same time. The owner is super generous with the ingredients that even when our soup finished; we still had chicken meat at the base!
Curry: Stir-fried Yellow Curry Prawn (Goong Phad Pong Karee)
The Goong Phad Pong Karee is a dreamy dish on its own. First, it has a thick creamy sauce filled with scrambled eggs that goes great with rice. Not forgetting the thick and sweet prawns that are nicely deshelled for your convenience. A crowd's favourite as well.
Seafood: Steamed Sea Bass with Spicy Lime Sauce (Pla Neung Manao)
The main highlight of our meal! The Pla Neung Manao! This fresh steam fish dish features a sweet, sour and savoury sauce (think of sour lime juice!) that strokes your appetite. The fish has slight nice cuts on its flesh that allows convenience and its freshness is worth the short wait. All you need to do is to scoop and eat the fish! With a price like this; this is a must-try!
Thai Milk Tea
Price: $3.90 (R) $6.50 (L)
Your good ol’ fragrant Thai Milk Tea, although slightly on the sweeter side, is still worth a try! Tip: Request for a lesser sweetness!
Salted Lime Soda
Price: $3.90 (R) $6.50 (L)
Very refreshing and a perfect drink for sunny and humid Singapore!
Dessert: Red Ruby
This dessert is so cold and so shiok! Try this refreshing dessert after your meal. The best part is that it is not too sweet! Great for both the young and old!
Most of the dishes we ordered are on the spicier side (thai food, what do you expect)? However, every dish came with a surprise taste and affordable price point. If you’re a huge fan of thai food, do check out this place! For those with lower spice tolerance, fret not, as they also offer non-spicy options that you’ll enjoy! We give Suk’s Thai Kitchen an overall solid score of 4.5/5.
Suk’s Thai Kitchen
136 Tessensohn Rd, Singapore 21769
(Conveniently located opposite Farrer Park MRT)
Monday to Friday, 11am-3pm, 5-10.30pm
Saturday & Sunday 11am-10.30pm
Phone: 9669 9445
Make a reservation at: inline.app