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AUTHENTIC FLAVOURS Krua Apsorn is a must-visit for its almost Chinese zi-char style with Thai influences (Thai flowers with minced pork, above; and deep- fried sea bass with garlic and chilli). Kum Poon excels in grilled meats such as its charcoal-grilled pork skewers and deep fried sticky rice balls. - PHOTO: JAIME EE

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AUTHENTIC FLAVOURS Krua Apsorn is a must-visit for its almost Chinese zi-char style with Thai influences (Thai flowers with minced pork; and deep- fried sea bass with garlic and chilli, above). Kum Poon excels in grilled meats such as its charcoal-grilled pork skewers and deep fried sticky rice balls. - PHOTO: JAIME EE

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AUTHENTIC FLAVOURS Krua Apsorn is a must-visit for its almost Chinese zi-char style with Thai influences (Thai flowers with minced pork; and deep- fried sea bass with garlic and chilli). Kum Poon excels in grilled meats such as its charcoal-grilled pork skewers and deep fried sticky rice balls (above). - PHOTO: JAIME EE

Thai eateries with street cred

Sep 27, 2014 6:00 AM

TRACKING down one street food stall or another requires the skill of a bloodhound and the tenacity of a hard-up foodie. Is it any wonder that sometimes you just give up and make yet another trek to the food court for your fix of pad thai or boat noodles?

The good news is that sometimes,

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