Since news of Golden Mile Complex’s S$700mil made headlines last year, its tenants have been preparing to move out of the building. The good news is, Thai food fans don’t have to wander very far from the original spot to get their supper fix. Most of the eateries are shifting to the nearby City Gate mall, including one of the complex’s oldest tenants, Diandin Leluk.
The casual Thai restaurant has been around since 1985. It was opened by a Thai-born owner, Yuang Somchua, who offers an extensive selection of zi char dishes. It is also known for operating round the clock to cater to supper-goers, though that has been paused since the Covid-19 pandemic.
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