Nahm Thai Kitchen

Nahm Thai Kitchen

Nangfa Thai Kitchen (formerly Nahm Thai Kitchen) is one of the newest names around in the Singaporean Thai cuisine scene. They are in the same spot as the previously famous Nakhon Kitchen (Bedok branch), with the same boss, the same staff and the same cook. For undisclosed reasons they have split from the Nakhon chain. Will Nangfa Thai Kitchen be able to live up to the success of its predecessor?
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Nahm Thai Kitchen

The Thai chicken appetiser is often the highlight of the meal. Some restaurants will have stuffed boneless chicken wings, others will have pandan wrapped chicken. Nangfa Thai Kitchen (formerly Nahm Thai Kitchen) has the pandan wrapped chicken and it meets every expectation. Unlike some places where you will spend a good 5 minutes trying to dislodge the pandan leaves, Nangfa Thai wraps it thoughtfully. You just need to grab one end and lift it up high, then pandan unwraps itself on the plate.
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Nahm Thai Kitchen

Marlon M413Reviewed January 6, 2016 via mobile Nahm, Nahm, NahmFood was really really good and the serving size was more than I could eat. The food tasted pretty authentic according to my girlfriend. If you sign up with Yelp you get a free bubble tea which is so worth it.Thank Marlon M
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Nahm Thai Kitchen

Reviewed January 6, 2016 via mobile Nahm, Nahm, NahmFood was really really good and the serving size was more than I could eat. The food tasted pretty authentic according to my girlfriend. If you sign up with Yelp you get a free bubble tea which is so worth it.Thank Marlon M
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Nahm Thai Kitchen

This is my personal favourite of the lot. Their Olive Fried Rice! Unlike most other Thai establishments that simply just mix in some olives and give you a meagre amount of ingredients before branding it as ‘Thai Olive Fried Rice’ with a substantial markup, Nangfa Thai does it differently. They have a super generous serving of ingredients, with plenty of egg and chicken, and they top it off with cashew nuts and lime! The cashew nuts go surprisingly well with the dish.
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Nahm Thai Kitchen

Their Phad Thai is fantastic and authentic. If you can just imagine the sweet Phad Thai with the crunched peanuts, chilli flakes, bean sprouts, tofu cubes and prawns – it tastes as good as it sounds. We rate this 4.2/5. You can get this for S$5.
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The food here was lackluster: dry chicken, bland everything else. We were accidentally served someone else's salads, and we ate them before we realized. Then we heard a lot of yelling in Thai from the kitchen, and in a few moments the waiter came and told
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This is a super delicious item, especially when paired with the chilli sauce that comes with it. You don’t just get plain chicken here, you get a combination of vegetables and Thai spices that makes it taste out of this world. We rate this 4.2/5. This goes for S$6 for a set of four pieces. It did seem a bit pricey to us at first glance, but with the complex preparation and contents, perhaps it can be justified.
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This item was on every table that evening. We had the great taste of the best Hong Kong milk teas fresh in our mind when tasting this, and we were quite surprised at the standard of the Thai milk tea here. As compared to the Hong Kong style milk tea, this has the similar strong tea fragrance, a little less milk and a little more sweetness. We rate this 4.2/5. This will set you back S$3, but if you compare it to the mass market milk tea chains like Gong Cha or KOI Cafe, this is much better.
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Great Thai food in the east of Singapore! If you don’t mind the queue and you are okay with a slightly premium price over the market, this is a must try. However, if you hate queues or if you are very budget conscious, perhaps it would be better to look elsewhere.