Sticky Rice Hot
It’s safe to say that when Sticky Rice opened, it raised the glamour quotient of the residential suburb of Serangoon Gardens. The Thai restaurant has been designed to within an inch of its life, complete with smoky mirrors and dramatic splashes of blood-red lacquered panels.
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Prior to trying Sticky Rice, I’ve googled for reviews (probably the protocol for trying anything new these days) and sad to say all of them were dripping with negativity. Despite the bad reviews, I ventured into the restaurant one fine day to see for myself what had earned them all the awful feedbacks.
Staff was quite typical, you have to try to catch their attention for a refill of iced water, which was quite sad since the capacity of the restaurant didn’t exactly give them a reason to not pay attention to every single table.
The phad thai I had was delectable and fragrant but the portion was a little miserable. The glass noodles tasted similar, but I wouldn’t say it’s a bad thing because I enjoyed it. It didn’t taste half as bad, but it just wasn’t that fantastic either. The tom yum soup was mediocre at best. I was lucky that my friend had tom yum soup noodles for me to try, because I honestly wouldn’t pay for the soup alone. The set lunch they offered looked value for money, but none of the main dishes enticed me enough to try them out.
Sticky Rice didn’t give me another reason to visit them again. I guess I can find better service and food at Bali Thai.