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Jai Siam Restaurant @ SingPost Centre

10 Eunos Road 8 Singpost Centre, Singapore 408600 #B1-147

6741 4228

$6 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · BBQ · Seafood · Thai · Chinese · Asian · Beverages · Chicken · Dessert · Beef · Vegetarian · Fusion

Monday: 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM Thursday: 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM Friday: 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM Saturday: 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM Sunday: 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM

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Jess ie

Rated 4.0/5.0 10 months ago

We love this Thai food outlet with its affordable dinner set; best of all no GST/service charge. We chose the $49.90 set and didn’t regret our decision. The red curry with fresh seafood ingredients paired well with white rice, with the right amount of spiciness. The basil fried fish was crispy and spiced with lots of basil. We loved the prawn cake best; crispy and well seasoned. The sweet/sour pork meat was a bit tough, while the mixed vegetables was delightfully fresh.

Josh Lim

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

Came here to do some supermarket shopping and this is just outside the NTUC so why not. Helps that it is halal too cos we have our helper with us. Not too crowded on a weekend lunch time. The food is decent in quality and price. Liked the desserts the most. Good service

CT liaw

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

Food: Chicken wing really taste nice. Tom Yum with less spicy just nice, The food order App is friendly consider each individual need: Spicy level, beansprout Yes/No. Only drawback for one start drop is the food portion is small.


Rated 4.0/5.0 8 months ago

Located at a corner of SingPost Centre. Expect to queue during meal times. It's a good place to order a few dishes and share with friends. The stuffed chicken wings, green curry, steamed fish, mango salad were good. Price was quite ok too.

angel dust

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

Ordered clear tom yum soup, seafood phad thai, beef with garlic and prawn spring rolls. Taste wise good, portions range from small to large. Small is enough for 2 to share. Price wise- would say slightly pricey $8 for small portion. Dessert- tako Verdict: super yum Chendol- satisfactory but not enough ingredients Red Ruby- good Fresh taste of thick coconut cream makes it worth the price as those from dessert stalls at food court or hawker centres have a slightly salty and watered down taste. Service a bit slow, food coming at intervals. Staff very pleasant and polite.

Katherine Orlina

Rated 3.0/5.0 10 months ago

I ordered 21 bento/packed meal the taste ok but the food and so little and veg spring roll so small and only 1pc. The rice so little like 3 tablespoon full only and the stir fry chicken like 1 tablespoon only. I think the quantity of the food is good for small children.


Rated 4.0/5.0 7 months ago

Zhi char Thai style. The food was decent, affordable price and the restaurant wasn’t too crowded. Their service was fast and good.

Mama Bliss

Rated 1.0/5.0 8 months ago

I have patronised this place many times as I have always enjoyed the food. However, this evening's experience was the worst ever. I was utterly disappointed, especially with one of the serving staff's poor attitude. While my boycotting the place will not make much change to their business, this will be my last visit to this place. Just because I requested for the staff to check on my order, which was not served when my main meal was almost eaten up; while the patron who sat down 15mins later than I did had the same item served first - when my soup was finally served the staff in question threw the bowl of soup on my table to show his displeasure. I was taken aback by the attitude when I hadn't raised my voice, nor have I been disrespectful in my requesting of him to check the order. To add coal on fire, the prawns in the soup were stale, and it kind of stink. I am just totally disappointed. I guess it is just my bad luck this evening. 😕

Juize Peppez

Rated 3.0/5.0 5 months ago

The Tom Yum soup is spicy even though normal! The only difference is they don’t provide paper napkin. One year later, the portion became smaller. Now the Tom Yam soup is smaller portion. The difference in the bowl.


Rated 1.0/5.0 3 months ago

Firstly, the young bespectacled female staff in green hair soured the entire take away experience. It was a foodpanda self pick up order, I was alerted 10mins time that my order will be ready for collection. All the while I was standing just outside the shop and this staff did ask me the pick up number. When I stepped in, I was told my order was not ready and short of 1 dish. After waiting 10 mins later, I re-stepped in and saw the same white plastic bag - 3 rectangle containers and 1 round container in exactly same state when I asked earlier if that was my order. NOW she said yes that’s your order. I asked her when I asked if that was my order, she told me no not complete short of 1 dish. There was zero shortfall, the completed order was left unattended to for 10 mins… if I didn’t re-stepped in, it can definitely be there for the next eternity. To top it up, I asked for belachan chili and she rudely replied 1 word NO. It’s like a slap on my face. Without even offering an apology for the horrible service rendered and now not even suggesting alternative chilli options. Best of all, the glutinous rice with mango was stacked together with the hot soup, fried chicken with basil and panang prawn. Coconut mixed with heat and hot food will turn bad. That’s already a huge red flag of ‘I don’t give a damn’ about whether your food turn bad. When I got home and opened the food I got another heart attack. Look at the chicken with basil leaf… the layer of OIL. The supposedly 6 prawns, in reality 2 missing come in 4? Then the merchant or foodpanda had better update the photo being ’advertised’ in the foodpanda platform. The Seafood Tom Yum soup(chilli paste), is not only very oily but pathetic in ingredients. I’m appalled at the state I received the soup. 3 fish slices, 2 small sotong(very rubbery texture), 2 tiny frozen prawns and alot of oyster mushrooms - felt more like vegetarian Tom Yum soup! Lastly, the glutinous rice tasted hard and worse of all the grains felt like not fully cooked. i am thankful the only thing that was ok was the taste of all the food was fine. But otherwise nothing else will deserve a 2nd patronage ever.

Bryan Wong

Rated 2.0/5.0 in the last week

The menu is not updated. Pineapple fried rice is now $8 and without prawn. Tasteless

Lyn W (玲)

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 weeks ago

I was craving some good Thai food, and Jai Siam sounded perfect since it's right next to the NTUC (super convenient!). The food was decent, don't get me wrong. But for the price, I was expecting a bit more. Maybe we were just extra hungry, but the portions seemed a tad on the small side compared to what we were expecting. Still tasty though! Just gotta factor that in next time we decide on Thai for lunch. Note: My photos are zoomed in. Tips below 👇 Portion Patrol: I might have to do some recon on reviews beforehand to see if portion sizes are consistently on the smaller side. Ask about upsizing options! Some restaurants might offer a bigger portion for a small additional cost.

mazi -

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

I like the location, not too busy. I come here often and enjoy their kra pao chicken since theres an option for extra spicy and it’s really spicy! Love it, my favourite thai food. The rice however was often stale :( like as if it’s been out in the open for awhile or from previous day batch? Oh and there was only 1 waitress for the whole place ! So understaffed.

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