Sunday, April 01, 2012

A-RoyThai @ Funan Digitalife Mall, Singapore

I was craving for some Thai food last night and thus I went out and tried a new Thai restaurant in my neighbourhood. It was such a disappointment that the food wasn't what I expected and it left me dissatisfied. This reminds me of one place that I've tried in Singapore and I've forgotten to blog about it.



The Thai restaurant recommended to me by Ervin is called A-RoyThai. "Aroy" being delicious in Thai is indeed a suitable name for this Thai restaurant. I was very happy with the quality and most importantly the taste of the food. The ambiance is casual, very suitable for family dining and the service is good too.


Appetizer : Prawn Crackers with Chilli sauce


Lime Juice & Lemongrass to sooth the throat and to counter the spiciness.


Thai Mango Salad (Yum Mamuang) $12.90 - small
This is really a spicy salad. The mangoes were sour and crunchy but the cuttlefish compliments the salad very well. I think next time I'll tell them to make them less spicy for me.


Tom Yum with Seafood $14.90 - Small
This is a clear tom yum soup with an assortment of seafood. There are squids, prawns, fish and mushrooms with lots of lemongrass, ginger and other spices to give this soup its "kick".


Pad Krapow Moo $13.90 - small
This is one of the must order dish for me whenever I'm at a Thai restaurant. It's a stir-fried pork with basil leaves and chilli. The pork is minced and thus it absorbs the flavours of the basil and chilli really well. I love it!



Tod Man Pla $3.90/piece
This is the fried Thai fish cake served with their special cucumber and grounded peanuts with chilli sauce. The fish cake was very good and the sauce paired really well.


Stuffed Chicken Wings $4.90/pc

This is one of the must try dishes here. The chicken wing is delicately stuffed and fried to perfection. You get a crispy skin on the outer layer and tender stuffings inside which is so delicious!





As for dessert, I love a good bowl of Tap Tim Krob ($3.90) which is actually a bowl of crunchy waster chestnut coated with tapioca flour and served with coconut milk. What was lacking in this bowl is the slices of jackfruit. It's not my perfect dessert with the jackfruit missing but at least the "red ruby" has been made properly without loosing its crunch.

This place does serve some really good Thai dishes, however the prices may be a little steep for the portion served. I would still make another visit as there are other dishes that I would also love to try here.


A-roy Thai Restaurant
109 North Bridge Road
#04-06 Funan Digitalife Mall
Tel: +65-6338 3880

Mon-Sun: 11.30am-2.45pm, 6pm-10pm
(Saturdays whole day, 930pm last order)

4 comments:

Edi神 said...

SG foods suks big time!

nice car but too expensive for me..

if its RM8888 that would be super nice

ereguse abindi

Sean said...

ooo, i wish we could find Pad Krapow Moo more easily in KL! i think none of the thai restaurants in our shopping malls here serve it :D

Mun Mun said...

Wow!! You must love the spicy, sour and hint of sweet from the basil n pork dish. Glad you enjoy it!

Hope to see more food blog soon?!

Anonymous said...

Go try surisit at ttdi.

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