Tom Yum Seafood soup
There was plenty of prawns(real fresh ones), fish, and sotong..and lots and lots of straw mushrooms. The soup had a full body, and was more sour than spicy. It went very well with the rice (i drowned my rice in soup cos after awhile it got too salty to drink on its own)
Stir fried Kangkong
This was well fried, with the distinct sambal taste.
This was my least favourite dish of the lot because I don't like basil and the taste was very strong. It was probably the last dish to be wiped out, proving how my friends aren't fans of this either.
Spicy Claypot Tofu
This was the star of our dinner...and it doesn't come cheap, 15 bucks for this lot here! but it was very very good, the sauce was what made it fantastic, making the piping hot fried tofu topped with minced chicken go well with the rice. Our tastebuds were trying hard to discern what went into the sauce but obviously we weren't blessed with the minds and tastebuds of chefs to know what went into our stomachs =P it was quite salty and spicy and again, went very well with rice.
A very rich meal, washed down with Green bandung (yes you read it correctly it was GREEN) , we were VERY FULL! we paid around 20 bucks each, for the 3 of us and considering how much we ate i think it was quite worth it.. we adjourned to New Asia bar for some good old sangria and beer. And guess what i lugged all the way up to the 72nd storey of swissotel....THIS!! oh my im really an auntie now..
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First Thai Food
23 Purvis Street
Tel: 6339 3123