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Thanying Restaurant, genuine royal Thai cuisine, Thai food, Bangkok, Thailand
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Very unique Thai cuisine restaurant. Nice ambience where you can enjoy your lovely time in a quiet and relaxing environment. All their foods are very typical thai taste, sour and spicy. Price is quite reasonable. Do try them out, you won't regret.
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Very unique Thai cuisine restaurant. Nice ambience where you can enjoy your lovely time in a quiet and relaxing environment. All their foods are very typical thai taste, sour and spicy. Price is quite reasonable. Do try them out, you won't regret.
Fine dinning Thai Restaurant located at 1 Larkhill Road, Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa. A great place to have a quiet, relaxing meal with family and friends. Not only the ambiance are classy and elegant, their service are good too. Find your favorite Tom Yum Goong, pineapple rice ....etc in Thanying Restaurant.
Looking for high end good quality Thai food in a classy restaurant? Thanying @ Amara Sanctuary is the place to go. Expect to pay steep price but be assured that the food they served is fit for the Royal Family.
Not just the restaurant is comfortable and cosy, the foods served here are equally delicious too.One of my favourite dish will be their cod fish, which the cod fish meat is very juicy and soft with no stingy fishy smell in it.It is well cooked with the sweet light sauce and great to eat it on its own or with a bowl of plain rice.However the price may be a bit too high here and the portion is rather small too.May not be really that affordable to everyone.
Famed for its authentic Thai food that is also served to the Thai Royal Family, Thanying is also unfortunately known for its steep prices to boot. Thanying is housed in a classy standalone unit reminiscent of a small chapel with its wooden arches and high ceilings, just across from the main lobby of Amara Sanctuary. Huge wooden frame windows offer a clear view of the surroundings and time slows to a crawl in this beautiful and relaxing space. However conversation can be a little restrained as a blanket of silence covers the whole area, probably due to the lack of customers on a Saturday evening. Tom Yam Goong - Tom yam soup is one of the hallmarks of Thai cuisine and Thanying\'s rendition of this ubiquitous dish was nothing short of excellent. The soup was sweet, salty and spicy all at the same time and the spice hits you smack at the back of your throat. The taste of lemongrass permeated through rather strongly and I\'m guessing thats due to the use of fresh lemongrass instead of the dried ones. Kai Jiaw Moo Sub (Fried Egg with Minced Pork) - Its really strange to be ordering fried omelette in a Thai restaurant or in any fine dining place for that matter but I couldn\'t resist the promise of juicy minced pork covered with a crisp layer of frothy egg sinfully deep fried in high temperature oil. Call it comfort food if you wish. The only downside to this dish was of course the excessive oil, which rendered me nauseous after a while due to the huge portions. Gai Hor Bai Toey (Pandan Leaf Chicken) - Another quintessential dish in Thai cuisine, the pieces of pandan chicken were quite a size and crispy on the outside while remaining tender and moist on the inside. There was a light hint of pandan taste as well, which gave the chicken a nice faintly sweet edge. Pineapple Rice - What I found interesting about the pineapple rice was the presence of curry powder, or at least the taste of curry powder. I liked this dish for the fact that it was nicely done without being too dry even after being laden with pork floss but I did think that the chicken cubes that came alongside were overly dry and tough. Pad Thai - Thanying serves up the drier version of Pad Thai, which I personally prefer. However I did find the fish sauce on this one rather overwhelming or maybe its just me being overly sensitive. I appreciated the relatively generous servings of prawns and chicken cubes though. With the bill just over $108 for 2 pax, this is one expensive and belly bursting Thai experience. Food quality is consistently decent but not exactly fantastic. Service is excellent though and professional to say the least. If your pockets are as shallow as mine and you want a decent romantic dinner at Sentosa, Thanying might just be a viable option, considering that the other "fine dining" restaurants on the island could set you back by at least twice the amount.
Had a farewell dinner date with some ex-colleagues and we ordered the more \'common\' thai dishes such as: tom yam soup, green curry, Stir-fried vegetables, Beef with basil, Phad Thai and Lemon juice. Overall, the tom yam soup wasn\'t exceptionally fantastic, I found it lacking in the spicy and sour part. Green Curry was average as well. Phad Thai was way too sweet. The best dishes were probably the vegetables and beef. For better Thai food, I recommend Ah Loy Thai.Spending: Approximately SGD 30(Dinner)
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