This no-frills restaurant started out as a food truck serving packed lunches to Thai workers at construction sites around Singapore. Then, in 1985, Diandin Leluk opened as a proper restaurant in the Golden Mile Complex, a quirky mall on Beach Road fondly known as “Little Thailand” for its many Thai eateries and businesses. Thai chefs helm the kitchen and turn out delicious dishes from an extensive menu, including classics like green-curry chicken with Thai eggplant cooked in fresh coconut milk. You can’t go wrong with a bowl of spicy, clear tom yum seafood soup; papaya or bamboo-shoot salad; pineapple fried rice, served in the hollowed-out rind of the namesake fruit; or steamed thai otak (fish cakes in banana leaves).

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