Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Thaksin Beef Noodle @ Clementi Avenue 3

Met up with Care Group mates for dinner earlier before Care Group. All of us ate Beef Noodles from Thaksin. It has been a long time since we came here.



I think their signboard has changed too. Now they have 4 different prices for the noodles. OK, I just forgot what was it I ordered, but it was the 5.50 set. The most expensive is now 6.50. It was something like Value, Supreme and two others I forgot.

Someone wanted more kuey teow and more veg, and had to add 20 cents for each. So his was $5.90

Think they have 4 branches in Singapore. This stall I ate was at 449 Clementi Avenue 3, just behind Fairprice, opposite OCBC.

It was nice to have their beef noodles again. Reminds me of Vietnamese Noodles that I used to eat a lot in Richmond, Victoria, Australia.

Which other beef noodles stall do you like? I wonder where the one at the former Scotts Foodcourt moved to. Anyone knows?



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8 comments:

Momo said...

Is this the same as the one you had at Seah Im? That one the board says: Standard, Value, Supreme and Take away. Also call Thaksin Beef Noodles :) hahaha.

http://singapuradailyphoto.blogspot.com/2007/06/thaksin-beef-noodles-seah-im.html

Keropok Man said...

The one at Clementi had new categories. Not Take away. haha..

Did not have my camera with me when ordering food. haha..

alex said...

This looks good!
But how does it taste?

Alex
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

tigerfish said...

So is this the Viet version? But it's not pho leh!
And it's named so Thai....

You should come TW lah. Beef noodles capital. But hor, I still prefer those HOck Lam street beef noodles to the beef noodles here.

jo said...

Which beef noodles is it in Richmond? I used to frequent Mekong in Melbourne :)

Crunchasarus Rex said...

Yah.. sound like thai version. ;) but definitely worth a try.. :) and not ex either. ;)

the hungry cow said...

I like the one in lavender food square! Hmm...good question about the former Scotts one.

Anonymous said...

I tried this last week, it is very boring, nothing like the Vitoria's beef pho, far far far from it!

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