Located close to the Ala Moana Center in Waikiki, Singha is a Thai restaurant with a choice of indoor and outdoor seating. The award-winning restaurant is owned by Chai and Joy Chaowasaree whose devotion to their homeland is clearly demonstrated in the décor. The indoor dining area is presented in classic Thai style with an array of bronze and wood Buddha statues, and an assorted collection of orchids and torch ginger prominently on display. The brightly-colored flora and small waterfall adorning the outdoor space provides an intimate and romantic setting for diners.
Singha specializes in creating delicious food and taking good care of its customers. The menu is quite comprehensive and is laden with classic Thai dishes to tempt virtually every palate. Thai curries and a selection of creatively-prepared chicken dishes compete with a range of delicious-sounding seafood platters. Indeed, Singha seem to have a special knack with seafood. One dish that exemplifies this is the Pad Nam-Prik Pad. Served with steamed rice, this culinary delight is made of stir-fried scallop, shrimp, calamari, fish fillet, carrots, green onions, yellow onions, bell peppers and sweet basil in a special sauce called "Nam Prik Pad." A selection of appetizers, daily specials, desserts and drinks complete the restaurant’s offerings.
With enough capacity to cater for up to 80 guests or over, Singha is a suitable venue for family celebrations and parties. The restaurant is open daily from Monday through to Saturday from 11.00am to 9.00pm. Each night, from 7.00pm onwards, diners are treated to performances from Thai dancers, an authentic touch that further enhances the oriental atmosphere. A take-out service is also available with the option to order online before pickup. Singha prides itself on the quality of its customer service and actively invites patrons to provide feedback about their experience.