Soi 60 - Interior

Soi 60 Thai Restaurant At The Quayside – Robertson Quay, Singapore (Closed)

Since the first time I passed by Soi 60 when we walked the dog at Robertson Quay, I have wanted to try them out. I finally asked a friend to join me for dinner at Soi 60.


Soi 60 - Starters Menu


This Thai restaurant has very much hipster vibes and it looks very much more like a drinking bar than the usual Thai restaurant.


Soi 60 - Soup & Salads and Chef Nam's Special Menu


The menu was not as extensive as what we see in Thai restaurant. It has a more focus and specialise selection I suppose.


Soi 60 - Starters, Betel Leaves


We started with the Betel Leaves. It has picked crab with caramelised coconut. We tried eating only the crab meat first but I find it a little to salty while my friend find it a little fishy. When it was eaten together with the Betel Leaf, somehow, the subtle betel leaf fragrance together with the crab gave a refreshing effect.


Soi 60 - Crispy Snappers


There were several items on the Chef Nam’s Special and we decided to try the Crispy Snapper which consist of a whole snapper with three flavour sauce. The snapper was fresh and the best part was it was de-boned. We couldn’t really taste three flavour from the sauce. It was simply a sweet and sour tomato based sauce.


Soi 60 - Green Curry with Chicken


How could we not have curry when having Thai food? We have a Green Curry with Chicken. If you prefer, you can opt for Tofu instead. It came with a Chicken Drumstick. The green curry was spicy enough with a good fragrance of spice but I find it a little too sweet, I suppose due to the additional coconut milk drizzled on the top as a garnish. I would prefer no additional coconut milk drizzled.


Soi 60 - Dessert, Tapioca


Lastly, to end our meal, as always, desserts is very much appreciated. We wanted to have both the sticky rice and the Tapioca but we were quite full by now so we ordered only the Tapioca, thinking that the sticky rice would be a little too much. When we were served the cup of dessert shown above, we were puzzled. As we were looking for our Tapioca. Though tapioca was missing, it was a refreshing delicious tasting dessert. It was made up of Lychee, pineapple diced and sago with some coconut milk.

Soi 60 serve pretty authentic delicious Thai food with a modern hipster setting. A nice restaurant to gather with some family and friends over a meal.



Soi 60

60 Robertson Quay, #01-04 The Quayside Singapore 238252
Tel: +65 6635 6675



Opening Hours


Monday – Friday 1730 to 2230; Saturday – Sunday 1200 to 2230


Getting There


By Bus: 51, 64, 123, 186 – alight at Hotel Miramar or River View Hotel along Havelock Road

By MRT: North-east line – Clarke Quay station


Rating: 7/10