Thai Pin is a very small restaurant located near Convent Market and really a neat find. It is located down a quiet street and has about 12-14 tables. The owner is nice, helpful, and likes to talk. Very welcoming. Menu has lots of items and he is full of suggestions. The food was was just okay this time. Not a lot of flavour given that it is Thai food. Screaming tiger beef was a small portion of cooked beef, thinly sliced, with a small side dish of sauce. Not only was the beef dry, this isn't they way to cook this dish which can be found on almost any Thai food menu. Satay chicken sticks were dry and again the sauce was an after thought. If you know your Thai food, you are looking for some spice, some taste, and some authenticity. For the price, and it is expensive, I would have hoped for more.
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