Food & Recipes

Phuket Thai Kitchen – Authentic Thai Food In Sembawang

Glad to meet up with Dawn for a tasting session at Phuket Thai Kitchen. If not for her, I wouldn’t have discovered this gem hidden away at the north part of Singapore at Sembawang.

Phuket Thai Kitchen is hidden in The Patio
Who could have guessed that a hidden gem can be found here?

Phuket Thai Kitchen in Sembawang was established in 2019 and specialized in Thai-seafood. The owner started it with an aim to serve the heartlands with affordable 100% authentic Thai food. He had been in the Food & Beverage business ever since he first started working, and the passion to serve good food is what keeps him in this business to date. Born as a half-Thai, and having a Thai partner, so it’s natural for him to have a deep interest in Thai food.

To ensure maximum freshness and high-quality taste, their seafood supplies are freshly delivered daily.

Their best-seller – the huge Southern Thai Oysters are freshly imported from Thailand. Enjoy these oysters with Phuket Thai Kitchen’s signature Homemade Thai sauce, from $8.90 onwards.

South Thai Oyster Mega XL – 6 pieces at S$52.90

Fun Facts:

  • Oysters in different regions taste different due to the different water temperatures, climates, and food sources of the oysters. Thai oysters are mild-flavored and succulent compare to their western counterparts, with a hint of natural sea salt taste
  • Thais consumed local oysters with a special flavored fresh herb that makes the taste pleasant and sensational. This is slightly different from the usual consumption of oysters with lemon and Tabasco sauce

    The owner of Phuket Thai Kitchen demonstrated to us how to enjoy Thai Oysters in Thai-style~
Steamed Seabass with Thai Herbs (S$29.90)

Phuket Thai Kitchen’s first signature dish – Steamed Seabass with Thai Herbs, is a unique and original dish that took 3 whole months to develop. Seeing how this dish was prepared with great care and attention to detail, it’s not difficult to understand why it’s one of the best-sellers.

Phat Thai with Prawn (S$7.90) – the prawns are plump and juicy
Tom Yum Red with Prawn (S$10.90)

Their Tom Yum Red with Prawn really tastes authentic like those I had in Thailand. It’s a bit too spicy for someone with a low-spicy threshold like me, but spicy-lovers will find it ‘shiok’!

Mango sticky rice (S$7.90)

Like the sweetness of their Mango sticky rice mainly comes from the mango, rather than depending on the sauce. The colorful sticky rice is dyed with natural food coloring so it’s safe to eat without worrying for any allergic reactions. I can totally have this as my main dish!

Fried Ice Cream – can’t imagine if Kpo Kia is with me, I will practically need to fight with her over this dessert

Love dessert? You will love this Fried Ice Cream! The dessert demands good control of heat and timing, to keep the coating crispy and fluffy, without melting the ice cream. The chef keeps reminding us to eat this once it’s served, to savor the essence of this dessert.

Challenge time!

From now till 15th September 2020, you can join the Big Boss Challenge and get the chance to win a grand prize worth of $150 Cash!

All you need to do is to indulge in your favorite Thai Oysters and be the top spender to win the grand prize.

Warning: These oysters are in high demand, so you will need to catch them fast before they are gone.


Phuket Thai Kitchen
1018 Sembawang Road Singapore 758495 (Nearest MRT Station Canberra – Exit A)
Tel: +65 8382 2443 (takeaways & island-wide delivery available)
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday: 11.00am – 10.00pm

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1 Comment

  1. Really delicious looking seafood dishes and desserts. That fried ice cream looks sinful!

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