As per its name sake, it literally invites you to go for Thai food and it doesn't disappoint with a menu of Thailand's popular street food and dishes. Diners are instantly enticed with the sight of the cooks stirring away at the large pot of pork stew or chopping away at the huge juicy piece of roasted pork leg. Space was rather tight within the shop and the most spacious seats were the ones right at the entrance in front of the open kitchen section upfront.
Another dish worth try was their Moo Thad Khathiam. Expect slices of deep fried pork drenched in garlic sauce that is mellowed by the streamed rice and a beautiful fried egg atop. The sauce was rich and perhaps a little too salty but nothing that can be mended with a spoonful of rice.
To wash down the rich porkiness of these dishes, we ordered another Thai favourite, iced cha yen or Thai ice tea and it was divine. A highly recommended drink to order.
Go Thai's menu is limited but it serves up popular Thai dishes ranging from salad to Tom Yum soup to rice dish and of course, desserts. For those looking to satisfy their cravings for something porky and spicy, Go Thai is the way to go.