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With a splendid waterfront location, elegant interiors, fine food and equally fine service, Sabai Fine Thai on the Bay has your attention. Former Royal Cook Chef Samlee puts her expertise to use, infusing curries with the choicest Thai herbs and spices. The result is a wonderful collection of Thai meals, ranging from the zesty green mango salad, stir-fried chicken and Tawd Mun Gung (deep-fried prawn cakes) to fresh pots of soups, fiery meat curries and noodle/rice preparations. A weekly set lunch is available as well. The ambiance is sophisticated, yet relaxed, with striking art adorning the crimson walls.
This large food center in the middle of Chinatown is one of the best places to sample authentic Singapore hawker food. Maxwell Food Centre features over 100 food stalls serving favorites like char kway teow (fried noodles), dim sum, fried carrot cake, bak kut teh (pork soup with herbs), rice porridge, and banana fritters. It is also home to some ‘famous’ hawkers like Tian Tian Chicken Rice – be prepared to wait in line if you want to try their delicious food! Maxwell is so big that there’s always a stall or two open, but come at lunch for the best selection.
Chef David Thompson puts exotic Thai on a plate, at Singapore's Long Chim. One of the most celebrated restaurants in the city for Thai cuisine, this classy restaurant serves street-inspired renditions of Thailand's best. In its spacious interiors, there is a live station that puts on a culinary show of sorts for its guests. Sample the Chiang Mai Curry Noodles with Chicken, Sour Orange Curry and Baked Prawns and Vermicelli. To add to the allure, there are also tantalizing Thai cocktails that pair wonderfully with the menu.