Never knew the existence of Blue Jasmine – a cosy & modern halal Thai restaurant hidden on the 5th level of Park Hotel Farrer Park until I came across it on Quandoo. Famed for their Southern Thai and Esarn cuisine, the restaurant houses a beautiful interior alongside a spacious alfresco area. Get ready to indulge in authentic and flavoursome Thai dishes such as Blue Jasmine Rice (made of Blue Pea flowers), Cha-Om Fried Egg, Green Curry (Kampong Chicken) and many more! Prices are very reasonable too!

Craving for some delicious and sumptuous Thai feast? Make a reservation now with Blue Jasmine via! Oh yes, I would highly recommend the alfresco area because you get to enjoy the cooling breeze.

Spotted many families dining at Blue Jasmine last weekend! You probably should bring your loved ones too! Also, they are pretty generous with the portion served!

Blue Jasmine Rice
The signature Blue Pea Flower rice at Blue Jasmine is well-cooked – aromatic and has a really nice texture! If I’m not on carbs-diet, I’ll probably order another bowl of it!

Wok Fried Morning Glory
The Kang Kong was flavoursome and very crunchy. But don’t say I never warn you! It gets spicier with every mouthful.

Holy Basil of Fresh Squid
This was not too bad but I would have loved it even more if the long beans were cooked a little longer (tasted a tad too raw for me or was it supposed to be like this). But the squid was really tasty though.

Cha-Om Fried Egg
Egg was super fluffy and you can dip it into the special sauce for an extra kick (well, if you can take the spice)!

Green Curry (Kampong Chicken)
My favourite dish at Blue Jasmine. The Green Curry had a strong coconut flavour (super love) and the sauce along paired really well with the rice. Kampong chicken was tender as well. Again, it gets spicier with each mouthful but it’s too shiok!

Tom Yum Sea Bass ‘Pok Tek’
Your typical sour-spicy Thai dish that legit opens up your appetite! Seabass was handled properly because it didn’t taste fishy at all.

Mango & Blue Jasmine Sticky Rice
Mad love for this classic Thai dessert with a modern twist – Aromatic blue pea rice with crushed peanuts alongside fresh and super sweet mangoes. Shiok leh!




Nearest Mrt Station: Farrer Park
Location: 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Level 5, Park Hotel Farrer Park, Singapore 217564
What To Order: Green Curry, Fried Egg and Morning Glory
Restaurant Rating: 4/5
Food Ratings: 7/10

Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)

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