And that’s not even counting the noodles section yet LOL, And speaking of trying something different…, When you go out to eat Thai food right, how many of y’all order Tom Yum Soup? A bit of research later, I learned that the syrup is actually ‘Sala syrup’. Entertainment District. Facebook: www.facebook.com/timeforthaisg This is what gives it a unique hue and a vert distinct flavour. It must have been quite a long time since I had visited the Bukit Timah area because the last time I did, this place was not even there yet. Delivery and Pickup Available Serving up authentic Halal-certified Thai food to our patrons . That warm glutinous rice bathed in creamy coconut cream paired with sweet mangoes? Flavour-wise I’d liken it to the Indonesian soup Sayur Asem but the Geng Som is much much more bolder and robust. I know we are more inclined to order familiar Thai dishes when we see them on the menu right? Fresh fish steamed with a spicy and tangy gravy FUYOH sedap giler! All best enjoyed with the Thai Sweet Chili dipping sauce that comes with! Company Listings ; COMPANY PROFILE TIME FOR THAI ... TIME FOR THAI. All information (including prices, availability of item on menu and Halal status of establishment) are accurate at the time of posting. You’re obviously going to wanna wash down all that food with some refreshing beverages and they definitely have that too at Time For Thai . We’ve got chicken, onions, cucumber, and nuts (Cashews in this case!). Store Information. 15 Cheong Chin Nam Road S 599739 Tel: +65 6909 3903. www.timeforthai.com.sg Facebook: www.facebook.com/timeforthaisg Instagram: www.instagram.com/timeforthaisg. Sour? , As expected, they have a whole team of Thai chefs working the flaming woks in the back so you’re pretty much assured of authentic Thai flavours. LOL there are just about 16 different seafood dishes ranging including squid, prawns and fish and also a myriad of flavours such a Sweet & Sour, Tamarind, Curry etc. Tel: +65 6909 3903, www.timeforthai.com.sg Experience The Taste Of Thai. It’s a good thing they are open late for supper til 3am!! Spicy? It was a really hot afternoon when we visited o iced drinks were definitely on the cards. But first, we ask the question – what is a Geng Som Soup anyways? Because it’s Time For Thai! I could not resist ordering my favourite Iced Lemongrass drink which was super refreshing as always. but I made a conscious decision this time to practice what I preach and try something new – hence the Olive Fried Rice . I know some of you may have done so. TIME FOR THAI. 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Time for Thai serves halal Thai food till 12am. Besides halal Korean restaurants, the halal places our team always has an eye out for are Thai spots for our monthly dinners. And guess what Sala is – Buah Salak!! อร่อยมาก! But instead of going for the (also) usual Thai Milk Tea, Mein Bruder went for what has become his new favourite Thai drink. All photos used in this site are property of The Halal Food Blog unless stated otherwise. Despite having quite a fair bit to eat during our first visit to Time For Thai, we barely scratched the surface of what the menu has to offer LOL I guess that obviously means we have to plan a few visits back. Pai Northern Thai Kitchen. Users of this directory are advised to check on the validity of the companies' Halal certificates before purchasing any items from the companies listed in the Directory. WINNER! This one you really have to try it yourselves to believe it lah! It’s called Nom Yen and immediately recognized thanks to its unique pink hue. Love to eat out? Menu. 15 Cheong Chin Nam Road Singapore 599739. 2884. Well, in no time at all, Time For Thai has made quite a name for itself by serving up some really tasty and authentic Thai cuisine! So the next time you’re itching for a Thai meal, make your way down to Time For Thai and try out something new. You might just find your new favourite , 15 Cheong Chin Nam Road I’m not the biggest fan – yet – but Thai eateries have been sprouting out recently, each offering dishes with complex flavours and textures. Order your next meal online from Time For Thai! We’ve now opened It’s Time for Thai for our local diners in Kingsford, Haymarket and Newtown. Steamed? Well, if that’s not interesting enough to get you to try Nom Yen, then at least know that’s it’s as tasty as it is unique. 18-20 Albion Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia, 340 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia, 37 Ultimo Rd, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia, 69/1 Dixon Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, 455 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia, 100 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia. We continue to whet appetites with the freshest ingredients and delicious family meals, serving up authentic Halal Thai food to … $$Thai. Favourites like Mango/Papaya Salad and Pandan Leaf Chicken present and accounted for but don’t be afraid to try something new! Featured On. We went with a classic – the Steamed Seabass with Spicy Lemon Sauce is always a delight. We provide delivery & pickup services! *97.9% of the people raise their hand* . Okay lah there’s no doubt that Tom Yum Soup is the quintessential Thai soup to be enjoyed but in keeping with the theme of being adventurous, we decided why not try the Geng Som Soup. Until now that is. The best part – the Time For Thai team makes everything from scratch. If you have been following us long enough, you’d know that one of my favourite Thai dishes is the Shrimp Paste Fried Rice (especially when we go to Phuket!!) Yes, it’s true. Okay lah to be honest, both dishes are actually quite similar in the respect that they’re both served with almost similar accompaniments. Well, that’s actually one of the big differences at Time For Thai – they have quite a few unique dishes that you may not have seen very often or perhaps may have passed over in the past. But within, there’s some great tasting filling including actual prawn bits in there. *head explodes* There are no less than 12 Appetizers and Salads on the menu so you’ll be spoiled for choice for sure. I was scratching my head trying to figure out what its primary flavour was. S 599739 And of course, the biggest difference is that the rice is fried with olives instead of shrimp paste. Thai cuisine has become vogue in Singapore and has made itself a mainstream option. I know we hear a lot of places saying the same thing about serving up the most authentic Thai food etc etc. The Oyster Omelette was seriously indulgent with 18 plump oysters laid on a large fluffy omelette that covered the plate. Our kitchen features the finest of culinary skills to deliver the very best of Thai cuisine. variety of dishes! This is probably the section of the menu where you will face the toughest decisions… But they do also have other options like Thai Sticky Rice, Green Curry Fried Rice and Crabmeat Fried Rice among others. The most noticeable absentee is the egg/omelette but that’s fine right. Case in point – the Prawn Cakes. That’s literally the name of the place! Minced chicken that’s been stir-fried with spices, garlic, chili and that amazing Thai Holy Basil that gives you that one-of-a-kind flavour that’s hard to beat! Great! Thai menu caters to Halal and vegetarian requirements. (416) 901-4724. Have y’all ever had Dough Fritters with Sangkaya before? We’ve seen it in JB and KL but not in SG so far. From the crisp fluffy fritters to the silky smooth and delicious sangkaya! Full of flavour and definitely going to add flavour to the other dishes you order. Halal Food is now easier to get to in the West with [email protected] StarVista! Time For Thai!