JIM THOMP­SON: A THAI RESTAU­RANT

T. Dining by Singapore Tatler - - Indian -

Jim Thomp­son: A Thai Restau­rant is more than just a din­ing des­ti­na­tion; it’s an ex­pe­ri­ence that, for one meal, trans­ports you to Thai­land. The seau rong hai (“cry­ing tiger” aka grilled rib­eye steak) is a must-try. The beef is juicy, while the shal­lots, chilli and tamarind served with it only fur­ther en­hance the taste. A great way to test the qual­ity and au­then­tic­ity of a Thai restau­rant is with its tom yum goong (hot-and­sour prawn soup)—the ver­sion here is spicy, tangy and sweet at the same time. Make sure you save room for dessert. The ice cream kati (Thai co­conut ice cream) brings back mem­o­ries of cool­ing down af­ter a long day of shop­ping at the Bangkok mar­kets.

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