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the Mango with Sticky Rice is delicious . The sweetly ripe mango, served atop a bed of glutinous rice drizzled in coconut milk is a hit!
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Golden Mile Complex #03-25, 5001 Beach Road 199588
Tel 6396 5515
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Golden Mile Complex #01-67 to #01-69, 5001 Beach Road 199588
Tel 6293 5101
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221 Geylang Road 389281
Tel 6742 8664
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135 East Coast Road 428820
Tel 6348 2573
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Serangoon Garden Estate , 68 Serangoon Garden Way 555964
Tel 6286 6768
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the Mango with Sticky Rice is delicious . The sweetly ripe mango, served atop a bed of glutinous rice drizzled in coconut milk is a hit!
I've been craving for authentic thai food, and i finally found it here! Tasty & yummy!
Authentic Thai food with reasonable prices. Staff are mainly Thais but can speak English and Chinese.
Authentic Thai food with reasonable prices......the tom yum soup !!! and the chilli fish.....
The place was almost full but they served our orders fast. Not spicy enough for my taste. The streamed fish in lime-based gravy was very fresh.
Famous for its thai food, the shop sells a variety of authentic thai food for thai food lovers. This plate of Omelette Pad Thai is one of its signature dish. The pad thai is served and wrapped with a well cooked omelette. The omelette is warm and yummy, well cooked and served piping hot. Within the omelette there is an array of ingredients such as vegetables, noodles and seafood. Overall not too spicy or salty and recommended for people who miss thailand and thai food.
- The Shop Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant is owned by a Singaporean man with his Thai wife. They are located in Golden Mile Complex, a popular haunt to Thai nationals and a place for people to aboard their coach to Malaysia. This is probably one of Singapore\'s better Thai cuisine that has a reasonable price with decent authentic flavors. They have condiments like dried chili flakes, sugar, nam pla (fish sauce) and ground peanut on the table. You can adjust the taste of your food accordingly if you like. - The Food Papaya Salad Thai Style @ $5 (also known as "som tam")The slightly tart flavor of the green papaya combines well with the spice of red chilli, the saltiness of shrimp paste, fish sauce and crunchy peanuts. However this green papaya salad is not as tasty as what we expected. Clear Tom Yum Seafood Soup @ $10The tangy and spicy seafood soup is served in a typical Thai ware with candle beneath. Thou I prefer the (red) tom yum soup but both soup is so potent & piquant that every mouthful is mind blowing! Please savor the soup slowly, if you get choke, a jug of ice water won\'t be able to save your throat too. Fret not for those who has little tolerance for spiciness, you can always request for less chilli. Stir-Fried Kangkong with Sambal Belachan @ $8This veggie is absolutely fantastic! Every bite has a nice crunch with a great blend of chilli and prawn. Yummmm... Deep Fried Prawn Cake (4 pcs) @ $10The deep-fried chunky prawns serve with sweet Thai chili is gratify. Thou it\'s quite pricey for 4pcs of prawn cake, but every bite is absolutely delicious! Mango with Sticky Rice @ $6The sweetly ripe mango, served atop a bed of glutinous rice drizzled in coconut milk is a hit! Lemon Grass Juice @ $1.50 (no picture taken) - i had better lemon grass juice before *^_^* My last experience on 12 August 2011 was as scrumptious. I had Red Tom Yum, Spicy Long Bean, Prawn and they are equally tasty! - My Opinion Their food is much spicier than most Thai Restaurant. For those who don\'t much take spice, be prepare to "enjoy" a fantastic tingling that tickles in your stomach. It will give you a good purge thereafter! I have very high tolerance for spiciness and the tom yum is a little spicy to me, so I guess it will be tongue burning for most. I will definitely return again for more Red Tom Yum!
I used to live in Thailand so am quite fussy about Thai food.So, when I want a true Thai meal, I head for Golden Mile Centre. I\'ve tried most of the restaurants there, but keep coming back to Diandin Leluk.It definitely has the best environment of all the restaurants there (it\'s a proper restaurant) and is great for groups or even for a quick solo meal. My favorites are: - Phad kra pow (fried meat with basil):With pork or chicken, a single plate is a bargain $4. Add $1 for a fried egg on top.Really simple, but really flavorful and spicy. - Som tam thai:Thai-style papaya salad with peanuts (the Lao style has the little crabs). - Nam tok neau: Sliced beef and herb salad - Panang moo (\'dry curry pork\' on the menu):Sweet and spicy curry...kind of like Malaysian rendang - BBQ pork or beef - the meat is marinated with Thai spices then grilled. Comes with a great dipping sauce. If you have a sweet tooth, definitely try the Thai iced tea!
I will never visit this restaurant in Golden Mile but after this meal; it seemed to be one of the more established restaurants in this strange shopping center but however it is the worst “authentic” restaurant that I had tried. Papaya Salad $5.00 - Rather too spicy for my taste, and tomato, lime, peanut chunks through it were not fresh. The peanuts seemed to be very soggy. The one I have opposite the golden mile at the hawker center seems to be even better.
this is the most authentic stores among the branches, situated at golden mile to cater for the thais. This is probably one of Singapore\'s better Thai cuisines that have a reasonable price with decent authentic flavors. The best I like is the Tom Yum Seafood Soup @ $10 please tastes the soup slowly, if you get choke, a jug of ice water won\'t be able to save your throat too, it is just too spicy, fret not for those who has little tolerance for spiciness, you can always request for less chili. (I prefer the red tom yum soup than the clear soup but both is equally spicy and good)
Their beef hor fun comes with many condiments. The stock is beefy and is very popular with the Thais that hand out at the centre. Opens 6am to 1030pm.
Wanted to go to Sin Lai Lai to satisfy my craving for Tom Yam Soup & Basil chicken at Golden Mile at about 11am ,not aware that they only open at 12pm!! I had no choice but to give it a miss and look for a second alternative - Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant.

The environment looks clean and the crowd there at 11am gave us an indication that they served nice food. We order Basil Chicken, thai prawn cake,otah,stir fried kai lan , tom yam soup (They only had Clear soup).

I was a little dissapointed as the Basil chicken is slight more salty and less spicy ,while the tom yam soup was so much more spicer as compare to Sin Lai Lai.However, the otah & prawn cake is comparable thus it wasnt such a bad meal afterall.


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