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Get $0.80++ Boat Noodles At This New Thai Bistro And Bar In Kallang

29th May 2023

BKK Bistro & Bar has cheap Thai boat noodles in Kallang

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Image credit: @bkkbistro.sg

With our daily battle against inflation, there’s not much we can do with a meagre sum of $0.80 in our pocketsor so you thought. Following its first outlet in Yishun, which is set to shut down in June 2023, BKK Bistro & Bar has recently opened its doors in Kallang. 

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Image credit: @seoknoms

The Thai Boat Noodle takes centre stage here, and true to traditional boat noodles served at Thai floating markets, it comes in tiny portions for only $0.80++ each. You can choose between glass noodle and rice noodle, and red tom yum or herb soup for your boat noodles. There are a total of six toppings to choose from: prawn, beef ball, beef slice, pork ball, pork liver, and pork slice. According to some online reviews, the tom yum soup seems to be a crowd favourite thanks to its zesty and tangy flavour.

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Among the several side dishes available to complement the boat noodles, we recommend getting the Crispy Pork Belly Served With Honey Mustard Sauce ($10.80++). The puffy, crackling skin and juicy meat is hard to resist, and the crunchy texture makes a hearty pairing with the slurpy noods. 

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To end your Thai food experience on a sweet note, you can give the Rainbow Sticky Rice Ball With Fresh Mango Slice ($9.80++) a try. Unlike the regular white glutinous rice version sold in most Thai restaurants, the sticky rice at BKK Bistro & Bar comes in five balls of different colours. Better yet, the mango slices and rice balls are drenched in creamy coconut milk. This dessert is sure to satisfy those with a sweet tooth!

For another legit Thai food place that opens till 6am, check out our Warm Up Cafe review. Alternatively, read our guide to the best Thai food places in Singapore, for authentic tom yum and crab fried rice.  

Address: 202 Kallang Bahru, #01-05, Singapore 339339
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 11pm
Website
BKK Bistro & Bar is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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Feature image adapted from @seoknoms and @happymamasim.

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