Thai Village Restaurant 泰国村酒楼

Thai Village Restaurant

Thai Village Restaurant






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THE BUZZ:Thai Village Restaurant is a casual dining place that offers an exceptional dining experience with their menu featuring the best in Chinese Thai-Teochew cuisine. It presents a beautiful selection of seafood, meat & poultry, beancurd & vegetables, rice, noodles & porridge, and more, so there is surely something for everyone.

Located atGoodwood Park Hotel and just a few minutes away fromOrchard MRT Station, Thai Village Restaurant continues to whet appetites with their finest ingredients, delicate taste and outstanding service.

MUST TRY:Items to look forward toincludeBraised Superior Shark’s Fin Soup, Baked Crab with Vermicelli, Thai Style Curry Prawns, Pan-fried Japanese Wagyu Beef with Mushrooms, Star Grouper, Baked Thai Style Cod Fish, and a lot more.


Daily: 11:00 - 14:30
Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

22 Scotts Road

Asian, Chinese, Indochinese, Seafood, Teochew, Thai

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