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Singha II Thai Bistro

 

Cross Streets: Between NC-68 and Ossi Ct
2401 penny rd
High Point,NC 27265
(336)-882-9160


 


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Great Thai and Fusion Fare
by Eric Simpson (6 reviews)
July 29, 2010 - Really likes it
Singha's Thai Bistro is a welcome addition to the Palladium area, if you haven't given them a try yet, I suggest it.They have two menus, not just with different prices, but with different items and levels of preparation, between dinner and lunch. In a hurry at lunch? Grab a curry. Ready to enjoy a nice dinner? The 'same' curry will arrive with a beautiful presentation and extra loving care, rivaling the most snobish restaurants in the area.There are a few things that set apart this restaurant from others in the area, one being TRUE fusion dishes that represent the personalities of the component parts and come together into a unified dish. The "Seafood Thai Fettuccine" is a gem (also available with Beef, Pork, Chicken, etc. per request). It combines a pesto-olive oil base with Thai Basil and other secret ingredients, to create an excellent stepping stone between 'ethnic Thai' and definitely not.For 'pure Thai' selections I suggest the Pad Kee Mao (Drunken noodle), the Tom Kha Gai (Coconut Lemongrass Soup), and the Gra Pow (Basil).If you like it hot, they've got a cache of habeneros in the back. I had a special dish called "Pork Hot Chili Habenero" the other day, and it was atomic, but delicious.The service is good, especially if you get the Cambodian (Veth, pronounced Vay) guy with the shaved head (he was born in Thailand), he's a treat to have serving you, always ready to offer an informed suggestion, and an excellent asset to the restaurant.Keny, Wan, Mom, Tom, Mr. Kim, Veth, I'll be seeing you again soon.

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Excellent, Quick, Cheap
by BeerTuna (5 reviews)
June 22, 2010 - Likes it
Went their for lunch today and got the Panaeng curry (comes with a spring roll and soup.) Meal came out quick and hot; the curry was the right consistency; not too thick and not watered down like other places. The curry was creamy and a tad sweet with right amount of spicy kick. Will go again for dinner.

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Great Thai place.
by Mike (1 review)
September 18, 2010 - Likes it
I visited for the first time Friday night with a friend of mine and we both think this place has the best Thai food around. The Pad Thai was excellent and the shrimp with the cilantro sauce is definitely a new favorite of mine. The service is quick and friendly and I recommend that everyone give this place a try.

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by Amme (1 review)
September 02, 2010 -
I come here for lunch at least twice a week and it's the best this food in town. I love their curries, especially the green one. When I come for dinner I always get the pla sam rod fried fish. I haven't tried everything on the menu yet but I'm sure everything is good.

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by foodlover (3 reviews)
September 27, 2010 - Likes it
the best thai food in nc.

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  1. User Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    bySam
    09/11/2010
    I had shrimp pad thai a few days ago with a bit of thai hot and it was GREAT. I think it is the best Pad Thai in GSO (I have tried several of them..and this one is by far the best). I will be back for sure!
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  2. User Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    byCheryl
    07/25/2010
    We stopped for dinner before seeing the new movie Salt - both were GREAT! The food is fantastic - quite tasty with a nice kick. We will be back.
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  3. User Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    byJM
    07/21/2010
    I stopped by this little place on chance for lunch one day. I was impressed! I went back and told my boss about it and he went the same day. Now this is one of our go-to places for office lunches.
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  • Review from Theresa C.

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    Charlotte, NC

    10/2/2011 3 photos

    Went here for the first time last night with my dad for family weekend.
    We got there a little after 5 and were the first customers of the night!

    We ordered the fresh rolls for our appetizers. They were a nice, light way to start the meal. They were very flavorful with fresh herbs and steamed shrimp. The special chef sauce that they served on the side was delish!

    For our side salads (iceberg lettuce with tomato), we tried both the peanut and ginger dressings. We liked the ginger better because it was more flavorful, similar to what is served in japanese hibachi grills.

    I ordered the stir fry with mix vegetables (broccoli, carrot, cabbage, beansprout, snow pea, mushroom, celery and zucchini) and chicken with brown sauce. It was a really nice sized portion and was served with white jasmine rice on the side. It was pretty typical flavor wise for Asain food but I really liked the mixture of vegetables it included.

    My dad got the Mango Fish, which we both LOVED. It was breaded and fried thin tilipia with mango, pineapple, cilantro. It had a tropical feel to it. Was a bit spicy but very tasty. They served it with jasmine rice. Presented nicely with  carrots cut into the shape of flowers and green beans as the flowers' stems.

    Our server was very attentive. Always filled our waters up very promptly and answered any questions we had.
    They had a ton of choices to order from (noodles, curry based entrees)

    Next time, we're both going to get a fish entree and save room for dessert!!

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  • Review from A P B.

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    High Point, NC

    7/8/2011

    First time here, and I really enjoyed this place.  The service was very friendly and helpful, (though they kept changing servers, which I know is sometimes a necessity in restaurants).  The decor and lighting were nice.

    Menu, as with most Thai places, is vegetarian friendly, but if you avoid eggs be careful (more veg-friendly below).  Got some spring rolls, and not only were they good, but they were by far the best presented spring rolls I've had!  The salad was typical Thai side salad.  Entree was their Mussaman curry with tofu, which, like the spring rolls, had good presentation.  Very good.  First time having Mussaman, and though I prefer spicier Thai food (which Mussaman in general is definitely not), it was still quite tasty.

    Price was slightly higher than the average Thai place, but only slightly, and well worth it for the quality of food and presentation.

    My only complaint is minor, somewhat vegetarian related, and can be said about many Thai places.  While the quality is great, Singha 2 kind of has a sterotypical menu.  They might have specials, but being a veg, these almost never apply to me.  Its not a big problem with the entrees as there are many to choose from and veggies or tofu can be subbed for meat.  But I would really like to see a veggie appetizer aside from spring rolls and fried tofu, or a salad aside from the House or Som Tom (papaya).  Like I said I still have a lot of options, but these options are the same at 90% of the Thai places I've been to.  But I quibble.

    Definitely recommended, especially if you live in High Point..

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  • Review from Brian C.

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    High Point, NC

    Updated - 8/31/2011

    Returned tonight and confirmed earlier visit.  My wife says she thinks it's her new favorite restaurant.  I have the red curry with shrimp and she had Pad woon sen; a stir-fried noodle dish.  Everything was perfect.  The server was attentive without being intrusive, the food was excellent and the portions generous, and the price was quite reasonable.  When we paid the bill, with a coupon, they even gave us another coupon for our next visit.  We would definitely have returned anyway.

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Great Thai Food! Fair Price! A must try for anyone!
by Eric Chiu (1 review)
September 11, 2011 - Really likes it
After numerous recommendations from friends, I decided to stop by this place to give it a shot. The decoration in the restaurant is a very nice Thailand theme. I can tell whoever designed the place spent lots time to make sure everything goes together.The food is GREAT. Other than taste, the chef also spend an extra little bit of work to decorate each dish. We ordered several dishes:- Fried spring roll: regular fried spring roll with the sour sauce.- Chicken Satay: cooked just right, so not too dry. The peanut sauce is DELICIOUS.- Thai tea: surprisingly, they allow one free refill! Most places do not. Their Thai tea isn't as sweet as others, which is perfect for me.- Seafood Pad See Ew: lots seafood in the dish, definitely a bargain for $12. However, I didn't expect 2 star spicyness is THAT spicy (highest is 3 stars). - Crispy Duck with Basil: The meat is really juicy. The sauce is a bit salty, but goes great with steamed rice.Sticky rice with mango: one of the best Thai desserts. The service is superb. The waitress is always there when we needed her.However, the location is somewhat hidden, many people did not even know there is a restaurant there. They will need to spend more on their marketing.The price is fair. It isn't too expensive, but not cheap like fast food. An regular entrée runs around $9 or more.For those who would like to go to try out great Thai food. This is the place.

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Outstanding
by Claryce Slaughter (2 reviews)
July 30, 2011 - Really likes it
I never had thai food before I went to Singha 2 Thai Bistro, and I can't wait to go back for more. I had the seafood and Thai fettucini and my husband had the basil duck. Absolutely delightful. Just the right amount of heat. In addition, the prices were reasonable and the service was excellent.

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So Good
by Laura S (11 reviews)
June 26, 2011 - Likes it
The food here was so delicious! The service was a bit slow, but the food was worth it. I got the sweet and sour pineapple chicken and the fresh rolls. Definitely go here if you like Thai food!

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by Saul-a-zeballos (1 review)
September 29, 2011 - Likes it
I love Thai food and have tried many Thai restaurants in my area and along the East Coast when I travel for business. I want to say that Singha stands out in my mind when it comes to the quality of food. My favorite dish Roasted Basil Duck has never been better served than at Singha II Thai Bistro. I am now almost exclusive to Singha when it comes to Thai food ( Useless of course I am out of state) but not only because of the great food but also because of the attention my family and I receive which always makes us feel special!

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Singha II - A Culinary Adventure
by Travis Compton (2 reviews)
May 17, 2011 - Likes it
I am so excited to be a part of Southeast Lifestyle Newspaper. A couple of months ago when I emailed Marty about writing an article in the paper, I did not realize how exciting the process would be. My blog and twitter reception has taken off and now foodfabulous.net has a facebook page as well, I hope you will find it and "like" it (there is an easy "like" button on the right side of my blog). I always knew that there were some amazing food establishments in our area, however until I started thinking about my articles for SE Lifestyle I did not realize just how many were so close to my front door.In my first article I stated that adventures come in all sizes and I am happy to say that there are several just around the corner from where I live. This month's adventure is huge and less than a mile from where I live, Singha II Thai Bistro. The first time I visited Singha was almost two years ago on High Point Road. It was located in a small building just past Florida Street. When I entered the restaurant I was graciously greeted by Kenny who is the owner and host. Singha has since moved to Eastchester/Hwy 68 (2401 Penny Road, High Point, NC). You can also visit their website at singhaii.com.Singha which, by the way is Kenny's real name, Kenny is just a nickname as I discovered while talking to him a few days ago. He has been in the hospitality business since he was 18, working in five star hotels in Thailand and the states. The restaurant business is in his blood, as well as his family's; who help him run the business.Singha II, has some of the best Thai food in the area. I say the best, because I am not a huge Thai food fan, however the choices at Singha II are clean and light not covered in goopy sauces or hidden behind spices so hot your taste buds want to scream for mercy. Now, Kenny did tell me that most of the dishes I order are not spiced the way they would be if I ordered them more authentically, which is just fine with me, I like being able to protect my taste buds for future culinary discoveries.Singha II is a family run business and each member of the family greets patrons with a smile and desire to help make your visit as memorable as possible. Once you have visited the restaurant a few times the family will remember you name and even your favorite menu selections.The menu brings its own challenge as you try to decide what culinary delight you will enjoy with each visit. Bangkok chicken which is one of my favorites with just enough spiciness to warm you up yet mild and tasty enough to keep your taste buds screaming for more.Other wonderful items on the menu include; spicy catfish, lamb o'siam, red curry duck, and the regulars such as mixed vegetables with chicken, pork, tofu, or shrimp. A good friend of mine even pointed out that he likes the fact that he can order from any part of the menu and the staff will add what ever protein option (chicken, beef, shrimp, tofu, ect.) you prefer. The entire menu is worth working your way through, so go in with an open mind and adventurous pallet and cruise through the menu one item at a time. See if you can find a favorite or two of three. When you do visit Singha II, please let Kenny know that you saw this article.Go ahead, get out there, have an adventure and by all means, eat lots of good food.If you have a culinary discovery that you would like for me to write about, please let me know either on my blog or by emailing me at Travis@foodfabulous.net.Enjoy!

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Pah Ram Chicken by Sean Alvarado (1 review)
May 25, 2011
Me and my wife went to this restaurant for the 1st time expecting the ordinary "high Point " place. I cant tell you how many times we said "Wow". We were there on a Wednesday. It was not busy at all. We were greeted by a pleasant Hostess. She was also our waiter (No we have no affiliation with the employees or the place)When they brought out the Salad, It was with the peanut sauce, i forget what it was called, but it was good. My wife ordered the Basil Duck. I order the Pah Ram Chicken, When it was brought to us, it literally looked like a piece of artwork. I have been to 5 star restaurants before. My wife has been all over the world and even she said she was blown away. THIS was a great place to eat, and was, by far the BEST Thai place in High Point and Greensboro. -The Service was friendly, Kind, and professional. didn't crowd you with a thousand "is everything ok's?"-The food was prepared perfectly and like a work of art. -Price. $38.00 we gave her a 50 and told her to keep the change for a great experience.

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by THansen (1 review)
May 30, 2011 - Likes it
Great Thai food, well presented. Good service and not too pricey. We had lunch for $20--me: green curry with scallops and ginger tea; my son had pineapple rice with shrimp and Thai tea (comes with one free refill).

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great food
by sharon (2 reviews)
May 03, 2011 - Likes it
this place has great food good service and good price i will come back soon

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The beat Thai restaurant in town.
by Sasikarn Chatvijit (1 review)
April 30, 2011 - Likes it
I am from Thailand and have a deep appreciation for the delicious food of my culture. The dishes at Singha 2 Thai Bistro represent the best and most authentic Thai food I've experienced in the United States. I never been disappointed when I take my foreign friends to dine there either. The atmosphere offers a casual elegance that is perfect for romantic dinners or lunches with good friends. I would strongly recommend this restaurant to to anyone interested in real Thai food.

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The Best Thai
by Donny665 (1 review)
April 25, 2011 - Likes it
I love it there I do the lunch about 3-4 times a week the cost is well in my budget and I love to get a deal with great food so so so glad they opened on hwy 68 very close to my job...

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Wonderful Thai food.
by John (1 review)
April 16, 2011 - Likes it
I'm in town for a few days to visit a friend and he took me to this restaurant to try some thai food. I loved the thai basil and beef dish. The fresh rolls were really good as well. I live in Texas but the next time I'm here I will definitely come back again.

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best thai restaurant in town
by Prajaya N Rekha Rana (1 review)
May 16, 2011 - Likes it
i love your basil duck...

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by The sun (1 review)
April 07, 2011 - Likes it
Great food ,great service,great service see soon

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by Mayedsiya (1 review)
April 06, 2011 - Likes it
Second visited still good we comeback soon lol

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Great food
by kbritt3 (2 reviews)
December 14, 2010 - Likes it
Very friendly atmosphere. Food and service is great. If you have a short lunch this is the place to go. It only takes a few minutes for them to cook it and you're eating. Great prices and soup and spring roll comes with lunch. Would definately recommend you try them.

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Great Thai and Fusion Fare
by Eric Simpson (7 reviews)
July 29, 2010 - Really likes it
Singha's Thai Bistro is a welcome addition to the Palladium area, if you haven't given them a try yet, I suggest it.They have two menus, not just with different prices, but with different items and levels of preparation, between dinner and lunch. In a hurry at lunch? Grab a curry. Ready to enjoy a nice dinner? The 'same' curry will arrive with a beautiful presentation and extra loving care, rivaling the most snobish restaurants in the area.There are a few things that set apart this restaurant from others in the area, one being TRUE fusion dishes that represent the personalities of the component parts and come together into a unified dish. The "Seafood Thai Fettuccine" is a gem (also available with Beef, Pork, Chicken, etc. per request). It combines a pesto-olive oil base with Thai Basil and other secret ingredients, to create an excellent stepping stone between 'ethnic Thai' and definitely not.For 'pure Thai' selections I suggest the Pad Kee Mao (Drunken noodle), the Tom Kha Gai (Coconut Lemongrass Soup), and the Gra Pow (Basil).If you like it hot, they've got a cache of habeneros in the back. I had a special dish called "Pork Hot Chili Habenero" the other day, and it was atomic, but delicious.The service is good, especially if you get the Cambodian (Veth, pronounced Vay) guy with the shaved head (he was born in Thailand), he's a treat to have serving you, always ready to offer an informed suggestion, and an excellent asset to the restaurant.Keny, Wan, Mom, Tom, Mr. Kim, Veth, I'll be seeing you again soon.

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Excellent
by mestok82, Research Triangle (3 reviews)
February 06, 2011 - Likes it
My boyfriend and I were so pleased with this restaurant. We didn't realize they closed in between lunch and dinner, so we showed up 45 minutes before dinner and they still welcomed us. The food, presentation, service and environment was really good. We shared the chicken satay skewers as our appetizer. I had the chicken penang curry for my meal, which was a little spicy for me but delicious, so next time I'll have to ask for it with a little less spice. My boyfriend enjoyed the mixed vegetables with chicken. We plan on going back next week.

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by damon (4 reviews)
May 15, 2011 - Doesn't like it
We had a "curry night" with friends here where we tried all their curries each with a different meat based on their suggested pairings. All were very good and we very much enjoyed it. On another visit I had a great pad Thai. However, since then we haven't been impressed on additional 4 or 5 visits and are going back to our other favorite Thai places, dropping this from our list.

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by Myra (1 review)
December 19, 2010 - Likes it
Great food great price.. Came here because my other Thai restaurant was closed on Sunday. Will come again

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Excellent, Quick, Cheap
by BeerTuna (5 reviews)
June 22, 2010 - Likes it
Went their for lunch today and got the Panaeng curry (comes with a spring roll and soup.) Meal came out quick and hot; the curry was the right consistency; not too thick and not watered down like other places. The curry was creamy and a tad sweet with right amount of spicy kick. Will go again for dinner.

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Great Thai place.
by Mike (1 review)
September 18, 2010 - Likes it
I visited for the first time Friday night with a friend of mine and we both think this place has the best Thai food around. The Pad Thai was excellent and the shrimp with the cilantro sauce is definitely a new favorite of mine. The service is quick and friendly and I recommend that everyone give this place a try.

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by Amme (1 review)
September 02, 2010 -
I come here for lunch at least twice a week and it's the best this food in town. I love their curries, especially the green one. When I come for dinner I always get the pla sam rod fried fish. I haven't tried everything on the menu yet but I'm sure everything is good.

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