Bali Thai is a well-known Thai & Indonesian restaurant chain in Singapore.
Nothing fancy, they provide hearty portion for a typical family dinner at a reasonable prices. Note that there’s no tap water being served here, you have to order their drink starting from $3.50 each if you want some liquid to wash down with food (one 500ml water bottle would be complimentary upon 2 drinks ordered).
Thai iced tea $3.50 (Left), Lime juice $3.80(Right)
I often find the Thai iced tea too sweet. Lime juice was pretty good, came with a sparkling hint.
Fried fish (garoupa I think) with mango salad topping $22
Generally, the dishes here are all quite tasty. The fish had a crunchy batter, the tangy mango salad complimented the fish very well.
Tahu Goreng (Fried tofu coated in egg) with sweet soya sauce dip $12
The fried tofu with egg coating was pretty crispy on the outside, bouncy and firm mashed tofu inside flavoured with a tad of turmeric. Good for 3 – 4 persons.
Pad Thai with shredded chicken and a huge fried prawn served on top $ 9.90
I would prefer pad thai here compared to Thai Express anytime. Very flavourful, yummy!
Oh yes, we also ordered seafood tom yum $12 served in a clay pot, there were squid, prawns and mussel. The broth itself was clear with a drizzle of chilli oil, it was utterly hot & sour, the way I like it. Worth coming back for.