Popular KL Thai street food restaurant opens in S’pore with ‘harimau menangis’ beef, sangkaya bread & more

Closest thing to Bangkok right now.

With travel restrictions still in place, eateries specialising in street food of our neighbouring countries might be the closest thing we get to the local dining experience for a while.

New to the F&B scene here is BANNGKOK Street Food, which hails from Malaysia.

Located on Sultan Gate in the Kampong Gelam district, the place serves up Thai street food similar to its KL counterpart. This is also their first location outside of Malaysia.

Thai street vibes

BANNGKOK Street Food’s first outlet in KL opened in 2016, and the eatery is well known for its distinctive decor, layout and menu that are very reminiscent of Bangkok’s iconic street hawkers.

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Here are some photos of their outlet in KL:

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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food MY’s Facebook
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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food MY’s Facebook
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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food MY’s Facebook
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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food MY’s Facebook
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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food MY’s Facebook

What to order

Providing a selection of quintessential Thai street fare – from savoury dishes to desserts and drinks – there’s plenty to dig into at BANNGKOK.

Here are some of their signature dishes and must-try classics:

Tom Yum Fried Rice Set (S$13.90)

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Add S$3 for drink. Image via BANNGKOK Street Food SG’s Facebook

Green Curry Chicken Rice Set (S$13.90)

banngkok green curry fried rice set
Add S$3 for drink. Image via BANNGKOK Street Food SG’s Facebook

Pad Thai (S$10.90)

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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food SG’s Facebook

Crying Thaiger (Harimau Menangis) Grilled Beef (S$11.90)

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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food SG’s Facebook

Mixed Clear Tom Yam (S$10.90)

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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food SG’s Facebook

Oyster Omelette (S$9.90)

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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food SG’s Facebook

Desserts and drinks

If you’re seeking for something on the sweeter side, BANNGKOK won’t disappoint with their dessert offerings and drinks selection.

Here’s what you should order for a sweet finish:

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Sangkaya (Steam Bread Pandan Custard) (S$4.90)

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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food SG’s Facebook

Mango Sticky Rice (S$5.50)

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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food SG’s Facebook

Thai Iced Tea (S$3.90)

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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food SG’s Facebook

Thai Iced Lemon Tea (S$3.90)

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Image via BANNGKOK Street Food SG’s Facebook

Singapore outlet at Sultan Gate

BANNGKOK’s first subsidiary in Singapore is located within halal food haven Kampong Gelam, specifically on Sultan Gate.

If you’d rather order delivery, BANNGKOK is currently available on the Hungryy app. Delivery charges apply.

Here are more places to check out in Kampong Gelam:

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The Fabulous Baker Boy is now MUIS halal-certified; serves pastries, cakes & all-day brunch

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Address: 43 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198491
Halal status: Muslim-owned
Opening hours: 1.30pm to 10pm daily
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Top photos from BANNGKOK Street Food.



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