Wang Thai Kitchen @ Toa Payoh – Casual Thai Food in the Heartlands (Media)

Fancy authentic Thai cuisine in the heartlands? Wang Thai Kitchen is a casual eatery that is fitted with mouthwatering dishes from the Land of a Thousand Smiles in Lorong 4 Toa Payoh

wang-thai-kitchen-3

Opened by chef-owner Ivan who travelled to Thailand to learn the art of making Thai sauces, Wang Thai Kitchen is fitted with Thai-themed decor and florals aplenty that transport you to your favourite Bangkok eatery.

wang-thai-kitchen

Wang Thai’s menu is very extensive, with close to 60 dishes ranging from noodles to seafood. Comforting choices like Stir Fried Tang Hoong with Seafood ($6 for regular, $12 for large) are great for slurping up on cooler evenings, with the tom yum flavour dialled down just a notch to suit local palates. 

wang-thai-kitchen-stir-fried-tang-hoon-with-seafood

Stir Fried Tang Hoong with Seafood ($6 for regular, $12 for large)

The Fried Kway Chap with Cai Po ($10) is a crowd pleaser, with its dangerously addictive wok hey beckoning you to take that next spoonful. Very very sinful. You’ll be halfway done before you realise it. 

wang-thai-kitchen-fried-kway-chap-with-cai-po

Fried Kway Chap with Cai Po ($10)

Seafood appears to be Wang Thai Kitchen’s strong suite. From the intensely flavoured Crayfish with Tom Yum ($18 for regular, $25 for large), to the milder tasting Steamed Seabass with Thai Lemongrass ($35) which serves up a fresh whole seabass with tofu and tang hoon. I imagine the tom yum sauce would pair very well with fluffy white rice. 

wang-thai-crayfish-with-tom-yum

Crayfish with Tom Yum ($18 for regular, $25 for large)


wang-thai-kitchen-steamed-seabass-with-thai-lemongrass

Steamed Seabass with Thai Lemongrass ($35)

Other dishes you shouldn’t miss include Homemade Thai Fish Cake ($9 for 3 pcs) and Homemade Tofu with Cai Po and French Bean and Prawn ($18). The meat-based dishes we tried would have fared better had it been piping hot. 

wang-thai-kitchen-homemade-thai-fish-cake

Homemade Thai Fish Cake ($9 for 3 pcs)


wang-thai-kitchen-homemade-tofu-with-cai-po-and-french-bean-and-prawn

Homemade Tofu with Cai Po and French Bean and Prawn ($18)


wang-thai-kitchen-kai-lan-with-roasted-pork

Kai Lan with Roasted Pork ($15)


wang-thai-kitchen-pork-knuckle

Pork Knuckle ($25)

wang-thai-kitchen-grilled-meats

End your meal on a sweet note with classic Thai desserts like mango sticky rice and ruby, which are equally mild-flavoured. 

wang-thai-kitchen-mango-with-tri-coloured-sticky-rice

Mango with Tri-Coloured Sticky Rice ($6)


wang-thai-kitchen-tri-coloured-ruby

Tri-Coloured Ruby ($6)

If you’re looking for a less intense take on Thai cuisine, with a side of homely atmosphere, Wang Thai Kitchen is the place for you. 

wang-thai-kitchen-2

Address: 92 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh   
Google Maps
Nearest MRT: Braddell NS18
Opening Hours: 
Friday to Wednesday: 11.30am – 2pm
Closed on Thursday
Contact: +65 6358 2938 

 FacebookInstagram
Menu: 1/2

chueonit.

One thought on “Wang Thai Kitchen @ Toa Payoh – Casual Thai Food in the Heartlands (Media)

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s