If you happen to be in the Robertson Quay area and you're on a lookout for something other than the more ubiquitous Western, European or Japanese fare, may I suggest to you this small and almost hidden Thai eatery at Robertson Walk. Its located somewhat behind the 7-11 convenience store and doesn't have much of a sign (hence the lack of a storefront picture in this post), but it does have the menu placed outside for you to take a look. This is also the place for you if you're in the area but want something of a less hefty price tag.
Seafood Tom Yum
The seafood tom yum soup scored a bonus plus because I like it served hotpot style to keep the soup warmer for a longer period of time. It's spicier than many of its counterparts in other Thai eateries but Glenn somehow found it quite addictive and kept drinking it. The portion of seafood ingredients was adequate but not necessarily a lot either.
Green Curry Chicken
This what what I found addictive instead, and perhaps for the wrong reasons? Typical green curry flavour, but slightly milkier and sweeter. If I had more space, this would have gone well with steamed white rice.
The phad thai was an obvious choice for the both of us and at least it was aesthetically pretty to begin with. As for taste, I would say it's okay but not exactly impressive, need a bit more of the wok-hei flavour. The good thing is that it can fill the both of us up nicely, especially since we already have two other dishes.
$10.00 for the seafood tom yum soup
$10.00 for the green curry chicken
$9.00 for the phad thai
30 Robertson Quay, #01-04 Riverside View.
Pictures taken with the Canon EOS 500D.