Authentic and Delicious Thai Food at Soi47 Clarke Quay

Thai food, one of my favourite cuisines, not just because Thailand is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world, Thai cuisine is well liked by many around the world. Although this ongoing global pandemic situation makes it tricky and at times difficult for us to visit our Thailand to enjoy your favourite Thai food, we can still taste and enjoy authentic and delicious Thai food here in Singapore. Let me introduce to you Soi47 Thai Food at Clarke Quay, this is their third branch that was recently opened.

My first introduction and visit to Soi47 Thai Food was at their King George Avenue outlet in January 2021, I was treated to a fun and delicious birthday dinner by my cousin Brandon. The food was really delicious and it’s authentically cooked, I still remembered this particular Soi47 Thai Food dish- Steam Seabass with Thai Lime Sauce, upon tasting this Thai dish, it was just like having local Thai food in Thailand! 

Soi47 Thai Food recently opened a new outlet at Clarke Quay Central, they also have two other locations at King George Avenue and Lorong 6 Toa Payoh. My cousin Brandon brought me down to check out Soi47 Thai Food new outlet at Clarke Quay Central. Located at the second floor of Clarke Quay Central, you can spot them when you are at the lobby after alighting at the drop-off point.  

Upon entering Soi47 Thai Food at Clarke Quay, it has a cosy ambience, lively and well suited for families and group of friends looking to have a good Thai food experience and time there. They have a balcony space for outdoor dining too! It’s overlooking Singapore River, the feel of dining by the river might be attractive to some of you especially during the evening and night time.

Authentic and Delicious Thai Food at Soi47

When you flip through the menu at Soi47, you would be spoilt for choices, which Thai dishes should I choose to have? 

While some might choose to share Soi47 favourites/chef recommendations, I decided to do a different approach this time and share my selection of Thai dishes on the menu that I personally like a lot.

First and foremost, let’s start off with some yummy appetisers before heading into the main course meals!

Mango Salad

For someone that doesn’t really like to eat mango, when it comes to Thai Mango Salad, I would eat it! This is a very refreshing and delicious appetiser before your Thai food main course meals. I also found out from their menu that they have other varieties such as Mango Salad with Seafood and Mango Salad with Prawns, maybe I should try them next time.

Deep Fried Drumsticks with Garlic 

When my cousin WK and myself were there at Soi47 Clarke Quay, we found this dish Deep Fried Drumsticks with Garlic and we decided to order it. This is an excellent appetiser, highly recommended, delicious and addictive! This dish brought me back memories of my night street markets foodie adventures in Thailand!

   

Phad Thai with Chicken

My favourite Thai dish, it’s like my staple Thai food that I must have whenever I have the opportunity whether I am in Thailand or in Singapore eating Thai food. I really like the Chef’s Pad Thai cooking style, not too wet and not too dry too. Different regions in Thailand cook their Phad Thai slightly differently, thus I would give my favourite Thai dish that extra attention. 

Green Curry with Chicken 

This is an another well-known Thai dish, it’s well-liked by many Thai food fans I reckon. This soup base is creamy and fragrant, ddd. Pair up a bowl of Thai fragrant rice with this Green Curry with Chicken, just as wonderful for an individual meal or one of the many Thai dishes that you can share when you are out for communal dining with your family, relatives or friends.

Thai Basil Pork with Rice

A Thai food favourite that may not get the attention it deserves, this is like my alternate staple Thai food that I would have when I am not having Phad Thai or Thai Green Curry. More than just an authentic Thai food, it warms my heart and soul, as well as love for Thai food.  

Tom Yam Soup (Clear Style) with Seafood 

There are not too many places here in Singapore that serve Tom Yam Soup (Clear Style), the cream style Tom Yam Soup probably gets more attention and appeal. I missed this clear style Tom Yam Soup, it wasn’t too spicy for me, therefore this would suit diners who can’t take too spicy Tom Yam Soup (Clear Style).

Tom Yam Soup (Cream Style) with Seafood 

This is a well-known Thai dish, it’s well-liked by many Thai food fans I reckon. This soup base is creamy and fragrant, filled with fresh seafood and I really like their deep-fried fish slices. Pair up a bowl of Thai fragrant rice with this Tom Yam Soup (Cream Style) with Seafood, absolutely wonderful for an individual meal or one of the many Thai dishes that you can share when you are out for communal dining with your family, relatives or friends. 

Thai Iced Tea 

This is another of my favourite Thai food, I would always get a Thai Iced Tea, just like my staple Thai food Phad Thai. Their Thai Iced Tea is fragrant and wonderful, just like having an authentic Thai Iced Tea in Thailand. 

Soi47 Chef Recommendations

Soi47 Thai Food does have its favourites/chef recommendations, you definitely have to try them or have a few of them in your selections when you visit them with your family, relatives, loved ones and friends. 

Soi47 Thai Food @ Clarke Quay Central

Address: 6 Eu Tong Seng Street, Clarke Quay Central, #02-78 Singapore 059817

Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 11:30am to 3:00pm (last order 2:30pm) and 5:30pm to 10:00pm (last order 9:30pm)

Do visit, check out and follow Soi47 social media channels for more information and updates!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soi47thaifood/ 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/soi47thaifood/ 

Coming soon! Part 2 of my Soi47 Thai Food Adventure!

Coming soon, in part 2 of my Soi47 Thai food adventure, I would share another round of delicious Thai food from Soi47 as I return to celebrate my January birthday at Soi47 Thai Food, the stories behind Soi47 Thai Food and what are some of the Thai cuisine that you and your family can plan to have for a Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner at Soi47 Thai Food. 

That are still many more delicious and authentic Thai food dishes at Soi47 Thai Food for me to taste and enjoy, this would be a great time to gather family, relatives and friends for a good catchup over food at Soi47 Thai Food.

If you are a Thai food lover like myself, do visit Soi47 Thai Food outlets at Clarke Quay, King George Avenue or Toa Payoh and have a wonderful Thai food feasting time there!

** I would like to thank Soi47 Thai Food for hosting this food tasting opportunity. **

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