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Baked prawns in claypot from Rochor Thai – fresh prawns and vermicelli, peppercorns, garlic and coriander baked in a claypot. An appetite-arousing aroma assaults your senses once the cover is removed, but once your saliva forms and expectations peak the fragrance quickly peters out. What’s left is essentially levelled-up and…

After You toast with Thai basil and Chocolate Chip ice cream from Som Tam. Compared to Tuk Tuk Cha’s golden crumbliness, the saltily buttery toast here is of a notably softer, gentler ilk and elsewhere, the Thai basil and chocolate chip combination tasted like chippy tropical jungle. 3.9/5 Som Tam…

Green Chicken Curry from Soi 60 – chargrilled chicken, bamboo shoot, baby eggplant, with added spiciness. Essentially happily fatty, thoroughly marinated and flavoured grilled chicken satay soaking in a creamy, lush and literally verdant green curry (the greens are in the green, if you know what I mean). 4.1/5 Soi…

Thai Big Breakfast from Soi 60 – 2 organic fried eggs, house made pork sausages, spicy ground pork, roasted tomatoes, toast. What makes this delightfully hearty and generously-portioned Thai breakfast different from your garden variety brunch is the minced pork – which soaks lazily with its baconly siblings in the thick…

Crispy Duck Pancake from Soi 60 – lychee, Thai herbs, black vinegar reduction. The pancake was like a Indian-spiced prata who eats Wheat Baumkuchen and The Daily Cut for lunch, while the juicy lychee and moist duck had the same chemistry with the salty and slightly spicy black sauce as…

Thailand from Paddy Hills – shirotake glass noodles, Thai dressing, calamari, fresh mango and nori tempura. The noodles were thin and highly slurpable, coated in a sexy dressing that is tangy and slightly spicy. Elsewhere, the calamari is initially addictive with its salty energy but your patience quickly wears thin…