Sunday, 11 January 2015


The menu at Ion Orchard's BaliThai was different from its other branches at Novena Square and Suntec City. Coupled with an almost non-existent service, I never went back and was not surprised that it bit the dust. At B3 where it used to be now stands IndoBox by Katrina Holdings who also owns BaliThai, Bayang and So Phô among others. We were looking for dinner in the area on a weekend and decided on IndoBox with a queue shorter than nearby Imperial Treasure Noodle & Congee House, Itacho Sushi and Nara Thai Cuisine. Did not have to wait long for our turn and we wasted no time in ordering. My dining companion had Ayam Penyet, deep fried smashed chicken, with steamed rice. And I ate Nasi Goreng Istimewa  fried rice with a tomato slice, sunny-side up and deep-fried chicken wing as well as two sticks of chicken sate (better known as satay locally) and a few pieces of keropok. Both were nothing to rave about or fault though the meats were succulent.

Update: So Phô has taken over the space at Tampines Mall.

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