Local wanton mee you may have tried a lot right?
What about Thai Wanton Mee?
The recent opened Khun Mee Thai at Bedok Point is a new Thai noodle bar and casual dinning restaurant serving high quality authentic Thai-Chinese street food, using the freshest ingredients sourced direct from Thailand. Khun Mee Thai's menu is inspired by some of the best food in Bangkok, where Thai-Chinese street food features prominently.
Khun Mee Thai is the 1st casual dinning restaurant that seres Ba Mee, the thai version of egg nodles, with it most popular version being similar to Wanton Mee in Singapore.
Guey Teow Lui Suan (Thai Style Garden Roll)
Guey Teow Lui Suan (Garden Roll) are soft rice paper wrappers filled with Thai sausage, pan-roasted peanuts, Thai Sweet Basil and Thai Long-leafed Coriander, enhanced by the vibrance of the special sweet, sour and spicy chili sauce. A typical Thai Taste experience- a contrast of tastes and textures with the fragrance of fresh Thai herbs enhanced by the vibrance of the special chili sauce.
Ba Mee Kiao, Moo Dang & Kai Tom (Dry/ Soup)
$5.80 - $8.80
The egg noodle is specially formulated from Thailand. Strongly recommended to try the signature Dried Ba Mee Kiao & Moo Dang, this egg noodles is topped with dumplings and Char Shu that is marinated with special sauce for 6 - 8 hours and roasted to perfectness.
To cater to individual preferences, they also provide condiments such as sugar, fish sauce, green chilli & chilli flakes at each table to complement the bowl of goodness.
Pork dumping in the flavorful soup. The Thai-Chinese coup stock is made by simmering large pork bones with coriander root and pepper for 6-8hours with the addition of white radish.
Look at the lava egg...
Kha Moo (Pork Leg)
Khum Aum's grandmother's traditional recipe, the pork leg is marinated for at least 2 hours, and braised for 4-6 hours, no wonder it is so tender. The result can be described as melt in the mouth.
It is also very flavorful.
Moo Yor Salad (Thai Sausages with Glass Noodles in Spicy Dressing)
This dish can be quite addictive due to the mix of tastes and textures. Moo Yor Salad is a refreshing salad using Thai sausage made of pork and speckled with crushed black peppercorns, which is commonly used in Thai-Chinese street food dishes.
The Thai Sausuge is mixed with Glass Noodles, Thai Celery, Carrot and Cucumber strips, sliced Onion, Shallots and Mint; crushed chilli and pan-roasted peanuts, all tossed in a zesty Chilli and lime dressing.
Ba Mee Tom Yam (Tom Yam Egg Noodle with Prawn)
Tom Yam Egg Noodles with prawn.
Khor Kai Tod (Fried Chicken Joints)
This is a popular snack in Bangkok. Tasty and go well with beers.
Ba Mee Kang Keaw Wan Gai (Egg Noodles with Green Curry and Chicken)
Ba Mee with fragrant Thai Green Curry and Chicken
Khao Clook Ga-Pi (Fried Rice with Shrimp Paste)
The fried rice with Shrip Paste is served with a bowl of Thai Sweet Pork Stew, and accompaniments of Crispy Dried Shromps, Julienned Green Mango, Omelette strips, Chinese Sausage, sliced cucumber, Shallots and Chilli Padi.
Mix the Khao Clook Ga-Pi this way for a contrast of tastes, textures and flavours.
Khao Neow Mamuang (Mango with sticky rice)
A favorite dessert among lovers of Thai food, Glutinous Rice with Mango, ripe mango served with fresh pandan-inflused glutinous rice, topped with coconut cream.
Very generous portion of the fresh mango.
Khao Neow Tu-Rean (Durian with Sticky Rice)
For Durian lovers, Khun Mee Thai serves Khao Neow Tu-Rean- Durian with sticky rice. Fresh Durian with pandan infused glutinous rice, topped with coconut cream
Definitely a great dessert to end your meal.
Khun Mee Thai
799 New Upper Changi Road
#02-32/34 Bedok Point
Mon - Thu: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Fri - Sat: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm
Sun: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Sun - Thu 2.30 -5pm
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