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Bangkok Jam’s New Vegan Menu Has Plant-Based Green Curry Chicken And Shrimps With Glass Noodles

15th November 2022

Bangkok Jam has vegan Thai food at Great World

bangkok jam storefront

With three outlets across the country, Bangkok Jam is quite a recognisable name when it comes to Thai food. The brand isn’t ready to rest on its laurels just yet, though, as it has come up with a new menu that’s more inclusive than ever: while there’s still the usual fare, almost half of the menu now features vegan items.

This revamped menu is currently only available at the Great World outlet, but it will be made available at Plaza Singapura and Marina Square by the end of the year. 

bangkok jam flatlay

Made with plant-based products by renowned brands such as HAPPIEE!, Shandi Global, Love Handle, OnlyEg and many more, Bangkok Jam’s vegan dishes are delicious—at least to this Thai food fan. Even though meat substitutes are used for these dishes, you still get the yummy flavours of Thai cuisine. 

bangkok jam green curry

Take the Green Curry with Plant-Based Chicken ($14.90++), for instance. The dish sees “chicken” chunks—made from plant-based products by Shandi Global—cooked in a thick and creamy green curry. You can really taste the herbs and spices, such as Thai sweet basil and lime leaf, in the powerful aroma and fragrance of the curry.

bangkok jam claypot vegan

Another excellent vegan dish is the Claypot Glass Noodles with Plant-Based Shrimps ($14.90++). Savoury glass noodles are enhanced by Thai spices and cooked in a claypot over high heat, adding a smoky flavour to each chewy strand. Four sweet and bouncy plant-based HAPPIEE! Prawniee shrimps complete the dish.

bangkok jam ka pow basil

Out of all the dishes we tried, the Ka Pow OmniMeat Minced Chicken ($15.90++) featured the most convincing meat substitute. The plant-based minced chicken by Shandi Global had a realistic firmness, and was bolstered by the piquant flavours of Thai holy basil and red chilli padi. 

thai curry

If you’re not a fan of meat alternatives, then you can opt for Bangkok Jam’s non-vegan dishes as well. We recommend the Northern Style Hanglay Curry with Grilled Pork and Fresh Pickle ($15.90++), which is a tender and juicy grilled pork collar coated with a fragrant hanglay curry. Other must-trys include the Spicy Smoked Seabass Soup ($12.90++) and Kanom Kho ($9.90++)

From now till 31 December 2022, UOB Cardmembers are entitled to additional savings at Bangkok Jam! From Sunday to Thursday, you can get 10% off with a minimum spend of $50 with a UOB Card; and on Fridays and Saturdays, a complimentary item with minimum spending of $80.

Read about Bangkok Jam’s promo on Dining Advisor by UOB!

Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-127, Great World, Singapore 237994
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6732 4523
Bangkok Jam is not a halal-certified eatery

Photos taken by Chew Yi En.
This post was brought to you by Dining Advisor by UOB.

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