Today I got treat for lunch at Mai Thai in Holland Village.
The table setting.
Tom Yum Soup – Tom Yum Goong ($8.50)
Classic Thai spicy & sour soup – prawns and mushroom in clear soup.
Salty and not spicy.
Mixed vegetable – Pad Pak Ruom ($12.00)
Stir-fried baby kai-lan, cabbag, baby corn, carrots and mushroom with oyster sauce & garlic.
Mai Thai Chicken Panaeng – Panaeng Gai ($15.50)
Chicken in a rich ‘panaeng’ curry of coconut milk and enhanced with herbs.
Very thick sauce, but not spicy enough.
Pork Satay (6 pcs) ($11.00)
Thai pork satay served with our special Thai satay peanut sauce.
Grilled Prok – Moo Yang ($15.50)
Grilled pork slices served with spicy dipping sauce.
Steamed Sea Bass – Pia Neng Ma Nao ($32.00)
Steamed whole fish topped with spicy lime & chilli dressing garnished with fresh lime and coriander.
Taste sour but not spicy at all.
Green Curry Chicken – Gaeng Keaw Wan ($15.50)
Chicken meat with Thai eggplant simmered in green curry gravy.
Mango Sticky Rice – Khao Niao Ma Muang ($8.50)
Fresh mango with Thai glutinous rice topped with coconut milk.
Cold sweet mango served with hot glutinous rice, a very freshing combination.
Overall the food needs to improve on its spicyness.
Address : 44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-58 Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278116
Tel : 6474-3108
Operating Hours : 11am – 2.30pm, 6pm – 10.30pm
Website : http://www.maithai.com.sg