Thai eatery tucked in a corner of third floor Far East Plaza, serving up a range of wallet-friendly street food style Thai dishes. The menu at Kra Pow (which means “holy basil”) covers a selection of Thai salads, sides, curries, soups, along side a large variety of Thai noodles and rice dishes, classic Thai desserts and beverages, including Crispy Thai Wings ($6.90), Golden Coin Braised Beef Soup ($7.90), stir-fried glass noodle Dry Suki ($9.90) and Ice Thai Milk Tea with Grass Jelly ($4.90).
To start, go for Squid Tentacle Fritters with chilli lime aioli ($8.90), followed by the delightful Drunken Noodle Pork ($7.90), a noodle version of the Krapow Pork rice (Thai basil minced pork), that sees broad ribbons of springy flat rice noodle stir-fried in a spicy and aromatic mix of fish sauce, minced pork, holy basil, chilli padi, crunchy chopped long beans with coriander. Add $1 for the seafood version. Then end it with Red Ruby Green Emerald ($5.90) or Mango Sticky Rice ($6.90).