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This Hidden Stall Has Sweet Potato Balls And Thai Snacks

6th April 2023
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Aroy Thai Snacks sells cheap Thai snacks in Woodleigh

aroy thai snacks- flatlay

I’ll admit that I haven’t visited Thailand before. However, when I chanced upon a Thai snack stall trending on TikTok, I knew that I had to head down to give it a try. For those of you who miss Thailand, you’ll want to check out Aroy Thai Snacks━just a five-minute bus ride from Woodleigh MRT Station. This hidden gem was previously located in Lau Pa Sat before they set up shop here, with their official opening slated for 10 April 2023!

aroy thai snacks- sweet potato ball close up shot

Try the Sweet Potatoes Ball ($4): a bag of these comes with 16 golden brown, deep-fried puffs. These are super cheap, working out to just $0.30 per piece! These airy bite-sized snacks are chewy on the inside, with a light, crisp exterior. They proved pretty popular with my Eatbook colleagues when I shared them in the office! 

aroy thai snacks- banana fritter

Go for their Banana Fritter too, priced at $4 for eight pieces. Each has a super crisp batter, topped with nutty sesame seeds, enfolding sweet banana within. Unlike the usual goreng pisang we’re used to, typically made with whole bananas, these come as slices, so there’s more crispy bits and less gooey insides. 

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aroy thai snacks- mango sticky rice

If you want something more substantial, they also have Mango Sticky Rice ($6), which is as classic a Thai dessert as it comes. 

While you’re waiting for that trip to Thailand, check out Un-Yang-Kor-Dai for Michelin-approved Northern Thai food! Alternatively, read our guide to the best Thai food places in Singapore, with legit tom yum and crab fried rice. 

Address: 377 Upper Aljunied Road, Singapore 367862
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 5pm (subject to change)
Tel: 9827 5462
Aroy Thai Snacks is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Photos taken by Ke-ian J Leong.
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