Spicy Thai Thai Cafe: relocates to Bedok
Spicy Thai Thai Cafe is a dining establishment in Bedok that offers a delightful selection of authentic Thai cuisine with a focus on bold flavors and a touch of spice. Located at 218 Bedok North Street 1, the restaurant has gained popularity for its genuine Northern and Eastern Thai dining experience. Established in 2010 by homegrown businessman Ron Poh, Spicy Thai Thai Cafe takes pride in its carefully handcrafted dishes featuring exquisite recipes.
The menu at Spicy Thai Thai Cafe showcases a variety of Thai dishes, including favorites like lemongrass fish served in a fish-shaped hot plate, otah in a coconut, and lala bee hoon. The restaurant is known for its commitment to providing an authentic dining experience, offering a taste of Thailand‘s rich culinary heritage.
Visitors to Spicy Thai Thai Cafe can indulge in a range of dishes that capture the essence of Thai cuisine, characterized by the use of fresh ingredients, aromatic herbs, and well-balanced flavors. From savoury soups and flavourful curries to spicy stir-fried delights, the menu caters to various preferences, including those seeking a spicy kick in their meals.
What's the address and contact details of Spicy Thai Thai Cafe?
What are the opening hours of Spicy Thai Thai Cafe?
|Wednesday||11:30 am–11 pm|
|Thursday||11:30 am–11 pm|
|Friday||11:30 am–11 pm|
|Saturday||11:30 am–11 pm|
|Sunday||11:30 am–11 pm|
|Monday||11:30 am–11 pm|
|Tuesday||11:30 am–11 pm|
Spicy Thai Thai Cafe - back in 2020
Spicy Thai Thai Cafe: You would almost think that family and I had planned Obaachan’s trip. HaHa. Of course, we did. We have revisited a few restaurants recently that we have not been to for an age. And this is one of them. Remember the family blog from a week or so ago? In unison, the family agreed that she would love it here. So here we came. And with the added benefit of CNY coming fast, we had heaps of Lou Hei celebrations exploding all around us. This is Spicy Thai Thai Cafe w Obaachan & Lo Hei.
Last time we came here we did lunch. We sat for nearly four hours grazing, chatting, and watching the World go by. We did that mostly alone as it really was not busy at all this day. But today for dinner, holy shit what a difference. It was JAMMED folks. And I got it completely wrong in the previous blog, as yes you can book as many of the tables were reserved for HUGE family meals and celebrations.
I have never seen so much ‘bring your own wine‘ as tonight haha. It was a FANTASTIC dinner. So much was happening all around. Obaachan has never been in January before so has never seen CNY in Singapore. What a cracker Spicy Thai Thai Cafe w Obaachan & Lo Hei dinner was – and yes we changed the menu a little and the food was again – EXCEPTIONAL!!!
Before we start on the food, let’s slip into Islifearecipe-dia; Lo Hei is known as Prosperity Toss (I’ve had a few of those in my time). It’s basically a Cantonese-style raw fish salad that has shredded vegetables of varying colours (7), loads of sauces and condiments, peanuts, crackers, and the like.
I thought this was Centuries old, but no, it was ‘invented’ in something like 1960 amongst the ethnic Chinese communities in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and maritime South-East Asia. I can’t wait for Melacca next weekend. Bring it on.
There are two competing claims to the modern ‘recipe & theatre’ for the celebration;
1: A Malaysian Chef named Loke Ching Fatt in Seremban, Malaysia in the 1940s; and
2: 1960s by Chefs Lau Yoke Pui, Tham Yui Kai, Sin Leong, and Hooi Kok Wai, together known as the “Four Heavenly Kings” in Singapore.
I’ll let someone else answer that question. Let’s have a look at our food, shall we? We had our favourites as you will see from the family snap, but also quite a few newbies to the table. So let’s focus there.
Obaachan turned to me and said something along the lines of; “I can’t think. I am not speaking. I just want more crab!”
I like that, I like that a lot… Well done Spicy Thai Thai Cafe!!! Thank you!!!