Soi 47 Thai Food One of Singapore’s Most Popular Thai Food King Georges Ave

soi 47 Thai foodSoi 47 Thai Food is one of Singapore’s most popular Thai food restaurants with over 100 items on its menu at affordable prices and served in generous portions.

soi 47 thai food authentic zicharIndulge in authentic Thai food prepared and cooked by their team of Thai chefs at Soi 47 Thai Food. The chefs are well versed with Thai food as well as our local favourite zichar food such as cereal prawns, sweet and sour pork, hotplate tofu, egg plant with minced pork and more. Pictured above is the Cereal Prawns ($19.80) cereal Prawn – Singaporean favourite zichar dish – with buttery and crisp cereal coating large devein crunchy prawns. The cereal is so well done that every spoonful of it melts in the mouth like butter with a sweet and aromatic note from the curry leaves, I would gladly have this type of golden cereal for breakfast everyday if I could.

soi 47 thai food environmentIf you are looking for a place to bring your love ones to enjoy some authentic Thai food, Soi 47 Thai Food now has 6 outlets in Singapore that is conveniently located near you. Enjoy your favourite Thai food in a clean, neat and relaxed air conditioned dining environment at their indoor outlets at Orchard Central and King George’s Avenue. They also have both indoor and outdoor dining at outlets such as Clarke Quay Central, Toa Payoh, Clementi and Tiong Bahru. Pictured above is Soi 47 Thai Food King George’s Avenue outlet.

soi-47-thai-food-king-george-avenueKing George’s Avenue Soi 47 Thai Food outlet features a spacious double volume green flora wall within their dining hall. They also have a long table that seat up to 12 people for a unique dining experience.

parking muralParking is available adjacent to this outlet if you are heading there with your own transport. You can also take some instagrammable photo along this large mural wall hand drawn specially by students that depicts scenes like the famous Damnoen saduak Floating Market in Ratchaburi and unique Thai cuisines whipped up with fresh produce by the farmers.

soi 47 thai food affordableThis is in line with Soi 47 Thai Food plans to bring the vibrant vibes from Thailand to Singapore through an unique culinary experience with fresh ingredients at affordable prices. These are everyday staple food that you can enjoy with your families like the mother and child at the food stall depicted in the mural.

thai-chefBehind all these tasty authentic Thai dish, is the chef who is giving his best to whip up innovative dishes to wow your palate.

food-reviewBesides the usual must order Thai dishes like their Tom Yam cream soup with prawns, pineapple fried rice, Phad Thai with seafood, we also discover some other dishes that we love in this food review. These include their Claypot Tang Hoon with Prawns, Cereal prawns, Deep Fried Seabass with Sweet & Sour Sauce and Deep Fried Drumstick.

tom yam cream soupTom Yam Soup cream style with Prawns ($10) is a piping hot rich tom yam soup made with a sweet and salty coconut cream with many big prawns, king mushroom and aromatic tom yam spices. The soup is served atop warmers to keep every sip warm and comforting. The soup is thick and we love the tangy flavour with the sweet prawns. The prawns are deveined and prepared with a slit down the back of the prawn shell for ease of consumption. The bitter sweet head butter of the prawn is also something to look forward to, if you are a prawn connoisseur who knows how to enjoy every bit of a prawn.

eggplantEggplant with Minced Pork ($8) is eggplants coated in a savoury sauce with garlicky minced meat. These eggplants are well cooked to retain the nutrients and brilliant colours yet removing the mild bitterness that is associated with undercooked eggplants. The result is a dish that will please the young and old with its sweet tasting notes and tender texture. It has a very nostalgic feel to the dish as this is a staple dish in many Singapore homes – a dish passed down from the older generations.

Claypot Tang Hoon with Crayfish ($20) comes with 4 halves of slipper lobsters and some very savoury tang hoon. The tang hoon are first stirred fried and flavoured with a good grade dark soya sauce and some other seasoning. Before serving, the pot is heated till red hot before the tang hoon and crayfish are plated in it. Lots of coriander roots and fresh coriander are added for extra aroma before finishing with a round of wine. The aroma of savoury tang hoon in dark soya sauce, spicy lemony notes from the coriander roots and the sweet smelling wine hit you when the lid of the claypot is lifted. The steaming hot tang hoon is so enticing and is a must try dish. This claypot Tang Hoon dish is also available in either prawns ($16) or seafood ($16).

soi 47 thai food fishDeep Fried Seabass with Sweet & Sour Sauce ($26) is a good size seabass that is great for sharing and glazed with a fruity and tangy sauce. The fish is deep fried till the fins are crunchy like crackers while the flesh remains moist and tender. The entire crunchy fish is encased in a vibrant golden crust that has a nice aroma to it. The sweet and sour sauce comes with a refreshing variety of cut pineapples, green pepper, red pepper, sweet white onions, spring onions, tomato and cooling cucumbers. Do try this when you are dining with your family at Soi 47 Thai Food.

Hot Plate Beancurd Omelette with prawns ($18) is served sizzling hot with tender egg as base topped with jiggly egg tofu and a silky shiitake & minced pork sauce with 5 large prawns. This is best paired with a bowl of their steamed fragrant rice to enjoy the buttery egg omelette and the appetising minced pork sauce. Prawns are cleaned and deveined, sweet and fresh with a nice crunch.

thai lime fishSteamed Seabass with Thai Lime Sauce ($26) is a fresh steambass in a citrusy soup base served piping hot on warmers. This dish needs no introduction as it is the most popular dish here and you will see it on almost every table that dine in. It is served with fresh lime on the fish and steam billowing from the fish. Enjoy mouthful of piping hot tender and sweet flesh. A sip of the soup sends a citrusy jolt to the roof of your mouth that keep you wanting for more.

phad thaiPhad Thai with Seafood ($6.80) are stir-fry mildly char kissed rice noodle with egg and sweet red onions served with fresh sprouts, cubed beancurd, a wedge of lime, chopped nuts, bean sprouts, deshelled firm prawns and squid rings. We love their prawn’s firm and meaty texture. This Phad Thai uses thinner rice noodles with a chewy texture. You will love it if you enjoy fresh crunchy spouts with nutty flavour and mildly sweet rice noodles with subtle notes of lime juice.

Also try their Pineapple Fried Rice ($6.80), Deep Fried Drumstick ($8.80 for 6 pieces) with garlic & gooey chilli. The pineapple fried rice is value for money, loaded with fresh cut pineapple chunks, sweet raisins, cashew nuts, corn kernels, a heap of chicken floss and prawns.

soi 47 thai food popular in singaporeCome try one of the most popular Thai food in Singapore – Soi 47 Thai Food – at King George’s Avenue today, for some affordable Thai food that also tasty good.

Address of Soi 47 Thai Food:
(Featured outlet)
⌂ 111 King George’s Ave, S208559
For enquires, pls call: 6255 4747
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 3pm, 5.30pm to 10pm Daily

Address of other Soi 47 Thai Food outlets:
⌂ 354 Clementi Ave 2, #01-235, Singapore 120354
Call: 6355 4747

⌂ 27 Yong Siak Street, (near Tiong Bahru estate)
Call: 6588 4747

⌂ 181 Orchard Road, #04-08 (at Orchard Central)
Orchard Central, S238896
Call: 6555 4747

⌂ 6 Eu Tong Sen Street
Clarke Quay Central #02-78
Call: 6788 4747

⌂ 47 Toa Payoh Lor 6, #01-130
Call: 6266 4747

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