This family-friendly place with reasonable prices is situated in a house, which makes things cosy for you and your guests. Royal Thai cuisine is ... More
Paddy Fields Thai Restaurant
This family-friendly place with reasonable prices is situated in a house, which makes things cosy for you and your guests. Royal Thai cuisine is served here, including House Special Thick Curry with Roasted Duck and Lychee, Garlic and Hot Basil Leaves, Stir-Fried Prawns with Chilli, and the unforgettable Thai Dessert Buffet. The Sanliubar, located downstairs, is a great place for a pre- or post-dining beer or cocktail.
The food is tasty.
I like the Olive Rice, love the Tom Ka Soup. Must ask for the Tom Ka Gai, Koong or Thalay. The new Fried Pork Knuckle also taste great!!!
It's rather sad that the dessert doesn't have much variety.
Service although not very fast, but the staff there are very friendly.
The Ambiance there is not bad. The Outdoor Courtyard is good for a small gathering, as it's quite private. Best time to go there is weekdays afternoon as it won't be that noisy.
Price is still okay. Affordable.
Advice: Do not go there during hoildays as price are higher. Not really worth to pay that much.
The food was lousy-either too peppery, hot, sweet or salty. Ordered the Sabai Set. Olive rice was rubbery and dry and peppery. Curry roast duck was rubbery. ANd Tom Yum soup was too hot.
Too much chili padi. Dessert variety was limited. ANd either over-sweet or over salty.
Very pricey-came to about $41 nett per head. I will not go back there.
If I remember my experience with this restaurant, I can only speak two words : LOUSY SERVICE...I mean...the food is tasty, but it could not make up for their lousy service...they ruined my romantic dinner on Valentine's day. It was my first time came to this restaurant, and definitely, my last time.
Paddy Fields was one of our favourite Singapore restaurants when we lived there two years ago. Everything about the restaurant was just right and we enjoyed many a good night there.
We are due to move back to Singapore in January 2007 and this will be one of the first restaurants we revisit and we look forward to it.
Regards to all at Paddy Fields
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