Thai Hou Sek

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Thai Hou Sek is fa­mously known for its fu­sion of ThaiChi­nese cui­sine. Serv­ing dishes that are in­spired by the Thai gas­tron­omy, guests are def­i­nitely spoilt for choice as they browse through the menu.

If you like a nib­ble be­fore your meal, you should try the Mieang Kam, a tra­di­tional Thai snack, with pork lard crack­ers. Savour peanuts, veg­eta­bles, dried shrimps,mps, co­conut shav­ings and crispy pork fa­tat all wrapped within a crunchy be­tel leaf. The aro­matic and crunchy pork lard cer­tainly kick­starts your taste­buds to dive into more tan­ta­lis­ing dishes.

First is the babi-q pork neck, a scrump­tious dish of suc­cu­lent Thai-style braised pork shoul­der served with a spicy and sweet sauce. It is a knock-out dish that leaves you cravin­gav­ing for more. For curry lovers, the pork and pump­kin green curry is rec­om­mended.ded. It has a lin­ger­ing sweet­ness that suit­sit ev­ery palate. Guests should also try the siu yuk tom yum. The spicy and sour soup en­hances the taste of the roast pork and the dish is a lovely com­bi­na­tion of both Thai and Chi­nese el­e­ments.

A trip to Thai Hou Sek would not be com­plete without a serv­ing of the sig­na­ture dessert tab tim krob — crunchy Thai ru­bies, jack­fruit and mango slices served with vanilla ice-cream and co­conut milk. Also, don’t for­get the sig­na­ture drink, Thai Hou Yum, which is a de­light­ful com­bi­na­tion of jas­mine tea, pre­served plum and lime — very re­fresh­ing in­deed!

Th The siui yukk tom yum is a lovely com­bi­na­tion of both Thai and Chi­nese el­e­ments

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