Savour authentic Thai food at Kopi Tiam
If you are craving for good and authentic Thai food, there is no reason to fly all the way to Thailand. Kopi Tiam at Siwssotel The Stamford is bringing your favourite tom yam soup., green curry, Phad Thai and many more delicious traditional Thai food to Singapore.
From now until 26 August 2012, you get to savour authentic Thai cuisine prepared by Chef Siriluk Kruthaphan and Chef Chawanluk Pongam from Swissôtel Nai Lert Park, Bangkok. Look forward to timeless Thai classic dishes such as Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Seafood Broth-see photo above) – served with a wholesome broth teeming with shrimps, mushrooms and kaffir lime leaves, popular curry dish Gaeng Kiew Wan Gai (Green Curry with Chicken and Eggplant) and Massaman Nuea (Beef Massaman Curry with Potatoes and Peanuts) – a sweet curry with a strong flavour of peanuts and a hint of nutmeg and cinnamon.
Not forgetting other all-time favourites, such as Som Tom (Green Papaya Salad), a slightly tangy salad that burst with fresh flavours and Phad Thai Goong Sod (Fried Rice Noodles with Prawns, Eggs, Dried Tofu and Peanuts). If you have sweet tooth and love coconut milk, Thai desserts are perfect for you. End your meal with their tempting desserts such as Tub Tim Grob (Red Rubbies in Coconut Milk), Bua Loy Puek (Steamed Taro Balls with Coconut Milk) and Kluay Buad Chee (Banana with Coconut Milk), all served with a hearty dose of rich, sweet coconut milk to soothe the palate.
The Thai menu is now available for both lunch and dinner at Kopi Tiam and the a la carte items (main courses) start from $17++.
Level 2, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882
Tel: +65 6431 6156
Opening Hours: Lunch: 11:30am to 2:30pm (Mon – Fri); Noon to 2:30pm (Sat, Sun & PH), Dinner: 6pm to 10:30pm (Daily)
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