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GREAThai @ East Village

430 Upper Changi Road, East Village Singapore 487048 #01-06

6702 7707

$10 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · Beverages · Dessert · Chicken · Seafood · Vegetarian · Thai

Monday: 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM Thursday: 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM Friday: 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM Saturday: 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM Sunday: 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM

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Claudia Benedict

Rated 5.0/5.0 8 months ago

Had a great meal here. Service was good and the quality of food was superb. The sambal kangkong was super fragrant and nice, and the clear Tom yum soup had a good kick. It’s a little pricey but I think worth it for the quality. Will definitely be back!

Kendrick Wee

Rated 5.0/5.0 8 months ago

Minimal wait for dinner during a weekday. Ordered prawn otah cake, phad thai seafood, kway teow chicken, lemongrass drink and coconut shake. The coconut shake was excellent, at least equivalent to mr coconut. Prawn otah cakes have quality ingredients in them. Phad Thai and kway teow both have strong wok hei. Very tasty!

Shahira Goghari

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

Super tasty food! Also wanted to give a shout out to 2 of the staff at East village. i went there earlier today, 21 Dec 2022.The Malay guy from Johor and Chinese guy from Kuantan. Great service! Very helpful, friendly and approachable staff. Helped out with my dad's birthday too.

Ummu Humaira

Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago

Very Friendly and Good service. Food taste great (& halal). Price wise, it's okay but worth it. Very conducive environment and quite big enough for families. Give a 5 stars as they provide like a lemon yogurt detox "shots". Really love the drink as it really ease my tummy after eating. Before we leave, they gave a free gift which I think is a cup? Nicee

Kelvin Wee

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

4-4+ stars. 1 of many halal restaurants on ground floor facing the carpark. Food quality: Authentic Thai food. Food portion / Price: Around $10 or more per dish - Tom Yum Fried rice is recommended by many, it’s quite nicely done! - Tom Yum clear soup is quite spicy. 2 fish, 2 prawns, reasonable amount of straw mushrooms. Much more pricy than other eateries but quantity is also more. - Green curry chicken is not spicy and has thick coconut broth. - Chu Chi Prawn is red curry with prawns, not spicy and 6 prawns are very nicely done! - Black pepper glass noodle with prawns are above average. No strange peppery taste that you tend to get from most stalls selling black pepper dishes. Crowd: Not much of crowd even on weekend lunch Food delivery: Available on GrabFood, FoodPanda

Chen Family

Rated 4.0/5.0 11 months ago

At the front of the East Village car park (so prominent, and easy access), this halal Thai eatery wasn't too busy on a Friday evening, and service was welcoming and friendly. Quite a large variety of food on offer, and we liked the papaya salad; quite a large helping for the price. The deep fried tofu was also pleasant, if a little bland for most, but came out last (supposed to be starter!). The pad thai was pretty good - perhaps not as good as the best in Thailand, but good, nonetheless. Prices were quite reasonable for Singapore standards. Will come back.

Paul WA Chin (David Azreal)

Rated 5.0/5.0 7 months ago

The Thai cuisine is exceptionally delicious; really authentic Thai flavors at affordable prices. Among the house specialties are the Pandan Chicken, clear Tom Yum Seafood Soup, Thai Green Curry Chicken, Boneless Fish with Assam Sauce, Sambal Kangkung and many more. The desserts are also a must try after a hearty good meal. The Mango Sticky Rice and Steamed Tapioca with Coconut Cream are to die for. The foods are really value for money. The ambience is clean, hygiene and cool; a little cramp but still manageable. Great for teams lunch get together, couples, and family meals. The waitress who served us is exceptionally friendly. At the end of our meal, we were also treated with a complimentary lime sorbet that is refreshing. The overall dining experience is very pleasant and memorable. This GreaThai Restaurant at East Village is highly recommended to all. It serves one of the best Thai cuisine I have ever tasted/eaten.

kok long Ang

Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago

Very nice halal Thai food, fresh ingredients and authentic flavours 👍

Hatta Mustafa

Rated 5.0/5.0 a month ago

I was pleasantly surprised by the food. Coz if one were to just walk outside this restaurant, it doesn't really exude the "good tasty food inside" kind of vibe. Maybe because of its simple exterior. But once you get a taste of the food, it is really good. Especially the steamed fish. The taste is just right.

Kendrick Wee

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

Minimal wait for dinner during a weekday. Ordered prawn otah cake, phad thai seafood, kway teow chicken, lemongrass drink and coconut shake. The coconut shake was excellent, at least equivalent to mr coconut. Prawn otah cakes have quality ingredients in them. Phad Thai and kway teow both have strong wok hei. Very tasty!


Rated 5.0/5.0 9 months ago

Thai Cuisine Halal Service Excellent Environment ok Cleanliness Good Food nice Ordered 2 Set meal come with beverage and soup Both type of White and red Tom yum soup , The Pandan chicken , fried chicken wing All was delicious.🤤 For Beverage Thai milk tea taste ok. Thai Bandung was too sweet for me. The staff was friendly and polite.

Joe Yap

Rated 4.0/5.0 8 months ago

An exceptional dining experience awaits you at GreaThai. From the stir-fried mixed vegetables to the steamed fish in lemon sauce, every dish is a feast for the senses. The standout dish for me was the fried tom yum bee hoon with seafood. Prepared with fine bee hoon, the dish offers a delightful combination of lightness, sourness, and appetite-whetting flavors—reminiscent of the best dried mee siam. As for the steamed sea bass, it was bathed in an outstanding, tangy and spicy broth. The flesh of the fish effortlessly flaked off the bone, showcasing its freshness. However, it was the Red Ruby dessert that truly stole the show. Unlike the traditional crushed ice bathed in coconut milk, GreaThai's Red Ruby was a game-changer. The ice was perfectly blended with the coconut milk, offering a texture that was akin to a smoothie, elevating the dish to unparalleled heights. As a finishing touch, we were graced with a complimentary Mango Smoothie—a light and refreshing palate cleanser. If there's room for improvement, it would be the portion size of the stir-fried mixed vegetables, which could be more generous. Hence only a 4* to the food. Be prepared to invest; our sumptuous feast set us back almost $100 for two. Given the remarkable food and service, though, it felt justified and I will definitely be returning for another meal.

Betrice Yambrach

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

My mom and I just had lunch here. I know I’m not an expert on Thai food, but lunch was delicious. The Tom Yum soup was especially flavorful and spicy. The service was very warm and welcoming. There was a mistake with our order and the employees were very quick and kind enough to fix it, even though we told them that it wasn’t necessary. I’ll definitely be coming back with friends and family when we get the chance.

Aashmika Varma

Rated 4.0/5.0 2 months ago

Recently, we had the pleasure of dining at this Thai restaurant, where the tom yum horfun immediately captivated my interest. Upon requesting a vegetarian version, the staff kindly accommodated my preference by replacing egg and tofu with the meat. What truly impressed me was when the waitress, after taking my order, promptly returned to inform me that the tom yum paste contained seafood. Although I was fine with it, I appreciated her sincerity and attention to detail. :P The tom yum horfun was a flavourful and light meal with clear soup and lots of veggies. The green Thai curry also proved to be a delightful dish. We were treated to a complimentary mango slushy, which was super refreshing with tiny ice granules and the rich mango flavor. :P The kampung or hawker-style ambiance added a unique charm to the overall dining experience. While the prices may be slightly higher than average, the quality of food, service, and atmosphere make it well worth a visit.

Lil’ Santa

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 months ago

All is good, but the price. Tasty and fragrant for the rice. Saw the set lunch @ $15.90 Expected it to be nothing naughty. I was the last customer at 9.25pm, Ordered a plate of Basil chicken rice, Food came in 4minutes just nice. Basil leaves, chilli padi and minced chicken. A sunny side up is given. Staff asked if billing me first is possible. He was friendly and amicable. Price was $14.20 with gst inclusive. My shock was more than massive. Walked out and saw next door selling their basil pork rice @$4.50. Blamed myself and nobody else. But really la… $12.90 for a plate of basil chicken, can meh? 🫤