Thursday, March 5, 2015

Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe at 115 Aljunied Ave 2 #01-35 - Signature BBQ Pork Collar Neck at S$10 per serving

This is the Signature BBQ Pork Neck at S$10 served here at Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe at 115 Aljunied Avenue 2. 

Core Ingredients used are - frozen pork neck that does not require marination.

How it is prepared - The pork collar neck is cooked over charcoal fire for about 10 minutes. under the perfect skill & discerning eye of the Executive Chef at high heat. It is brushed with Chef's special (secret recipe) seasoning sauce when it is almost done.

Tasting Notes - The flavor of the BBQ Pork Collar neck is juicy & tender. Chef uses charcoal fire to cook in short span of  10 minutes to lend a soft tender texture on the inside yet coated with charred burnt flavor to give added bite. At its finishing end it is brushed with seasoning with tinge of sweetness possibly palm sugar/ honey used in this recipe.












Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe is located at :
115 Aljunied Ave 2 #01-35, 
Singapore 380115
Tel : 67478558
www.spicythaicafe.com
Opening Hours - 11am to 12am 

Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe at 115 Aljunied Ave 2 #01-35 - Signature Lala BeeHoon at S$18 per serving

This is the Signature Lala Bee Hoon at S$18 per serving served at Spicy Thai -Thai Cafe at 115 Aljunied Avenue. 








This dish uses Core Ingredients - Chicken broth, pepper, garlic cloves, fresh Lala (clams), garnished with coriander, chili.

Tasting NotesThis Lala Bee Hoon takes my breath away - cooked with dash of chicken broth, pepper, garlic cloves, fresh juicy sweet Lala (clams) to render a savoury, garlicky flavour that is so addictive I simply had to down two servings. 

Check out my Flipagram  on this delectably heartwarmingly tasty Lala Bee Hoon that reeks of flavor from the sea !!
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Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe is located at :
115 Aljunied Ave 2 #01-35, 
Singapore 380115
Tel : 67478558
www.spicythaicafe.com
Opening Hours - 11am to 12am 

Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe at 115 Aljunied Ave 2 #01-35 S(380115) - Signature Hommok S$16 per serving

Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe serves Signature Hommok (special Thai styled Otak by Isaan people). The Hommok is served in a coconut & is priced at S$16 per serving. 

Signature Hommok is a uniquely special version of otak enjoyed by the Isaan people.

The Hommok is made using Core Ingredients - 4 whole eggs pan fry/stir fry with shallots, tumeric, chili, Thai Red Curry paste, suntan, seafood ingredients like fish, prawns & squid, young coconut flesh slices & served warm in the coconut shell. 















Tasting Notes - I love the smooth custard like texture of the otak, that comes with a strong eggy flavor, natural sweetness that comes from the coconut, plus a mild tinge of spiciness from the curry paste. 

Here's a peek at the Hommok in my Flipagram video. Click the link below: http://flipagram.com/f/JzSFCQs9kL
(**Spicy Thai -Thai Cafe@115 Aljunied Ave 2, #01-35 - Hommok ) a flipagram made with♫ Music: Extreme - More Than Words)








Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe is located at :
115 Aljunied Ave 2 #01-35, 
Singapore 380115
Tel : 67478558
www.spicythaicafe.com
Opening Hours - 11am to 12 am 

Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe at 115 Aljunied Ave 2 #01-35 S(380115) - Signature Walking Catfish with Spicy Lemon Soup S$28 per serving

This is the Signature Walking Catfish with Spicy Lemon Soup served on hotplate over charcoal fire & priced at S$28 per serving.

Core Ingredients include - lemongrass, ginger, garlic, chili, lemon juice, lime, fresh live Catfish.

How it is prepared - The fresh live Catfish is steamed separately from the soup. The Chef makes the soup ala minute to lend a fresh flavor to the soup. When the Catfish fish is ready to serve, the Chef simply pour the freshly made soup over the Catfish on a hotplate & serve over hot Charcoal fire. The Chef cleverly carves the Catfish with eight 2 inch length cuts from the head to the tail end to cook it evenly, & ensures the soup is fully infused into the flesh of the fish.

Tasting Notes - This dish has a distinct spicy sourly flavor much like Tom Yam flavor but with added flavor of garlic. The Catfish flesh is soft firm juicy, tastes sweet and fully infused with the lemonly flavor of the soup. Catfish is not too earthy texture is soft smooth delicate, though it is on charcoal for 15 min meat is still very tender not rubbery at all. Taste best when it is steamed. Chef sliced the sides of the bod to enable herbs to be infused into body of fish , has tinge of spiciness of chilli padi, sourly flavor from lime. Fish is medium size. Ron Poh gets the live Catfish from fish farm in Kranji call Khai Huat Fish Farm delivered daily live from the farm. Average the restaurant sells about 6-8 Catfish daily.

The Isaan people eats Catfish as it is a freshwater fish as the Isaan people live away from the sea so their consumption of fish are from the freshwater not the sea. 

Soup based made from chicken broth & cooked for many hours &  infused with  a lot of herbs :Thai basil, shallots, ginger coriander, garlic, pepper, salt. The unique sourly flavor is due to lime used in this recipe. Chef uses chili padi used to lend a spicy tinge. The soup has a strong sourly Tom Yum flavor with an added level of spiciness aftertaste that linger in your mouth after you taste it. A bit of salty flavor in the soup due to fish sauce used in the recipe. 


























Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe is located at :
115 Aljunied Ave 2 #01-35, 
Singapore 380115
Tel : 67478558
www.spicythaicafe.com 
Opening Hours - 11am to 12 am

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