"Satisfry" your fried chicken craving at Bird Bird, a Thai eatery opening on Tuesday in Ann Siang Road.
From its retro lighting to menu with intentional spelling mistakes, the "Palace of Thai Chicken" is by chef Bjorn Shen, owner of Middle Eastern restaurant Artichoke in Middle Road.
True to its name, the menu features dishes such as Bird Slayer Pancake ($22), coconut and corn pancake with fried chicken, fried egg and fish sauce caramel; basil duck tater tots ($22), which is spicy grapow duck, snake beans, fried egg and hash browns; gai tod ($25), southern-Thai fried chicken with caramelised chilli jam; and Waterfall Lamb ($28), lamb rib meat with Thai herbs, roasted rice, smoked chilli and cabbage.
Side dishes include Umami Corn ($14), BBQ corn with Sriracha, mayonnaise, shrimp floss and lime; and Mama Coleslow ($14) made with crunchy instant noodles, Thai herbs and century egg.
Desserts include Thai doughnuts ($10) with Thai kaya dip and Bird Bird Sundae ($8), which comprises coconut ice cream, palm sugar caramel, corn and fried chicken skin.
The drinks menu features Thai red milk tea slushie ($5) and Chiang Mai Mule cocktail ($15 a glass, $55 a jug) with ginger beer, lime, lemongrass, curry leaf and vodka.
Where: 18 Ann Siang Road
Open: 6.30 to 11.30pm (Tuesday to Sunday), closed on Monday (opening hours subject to change, check its Facebook page for updates)
Info: Call 6635-2536 (reservations only for groups of eight diners and above), go to www.facebook.com/ birdbirdsg or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
This article was first published on November 22, 2015.
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