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Peranakan Food. Any recommendation?

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Hi,

 

Looking for a good peranakan food for family dinner.

Any recommendation? Preferable east side :D

 

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Supersonic

Actually the term peranakkan in maly means someone of mixed blood. Can be peranakkan Cina...peranakkan India...etc.

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Supersonic

Joo chiat has 2, Frankel has one.

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4th Gear

Hi,

 

Looking for a good peranakan food for family dinner.

Any recommendation? Preferable east side :D

 

 

PeraMakan at the Keppel Club Bkt Chermin.

 

Not east but one of the best IMO.

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Supercharged (edited)

this one is good but the place is not big and not like those big restaurant, but a cozy place for small group.

 

http://www.dulukala.com/menu.html

 

Been there twice.

 

So so.

 

Not the best for a family or largish group.

 

Easier and better to cook your own.

Time consuming but can be made ahead of time and re heated.

 

Say Babl Pongteh

Beef rendang.

Itek Tim

Can buy some nice Otak otak from NTUC.

Some Acar

Some vege

 

All the dishes are quite straight forward to make and imo will be better than any restaurant we've tried in Sing, Malacca and Penang.

 

You might try 'Ivins' if you don't want to cook but the quality and taste is way down on what it used to be years ago

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Been there twice.

 

So so.

 

Not the best for a family or largish group.

 

Easier and better to cook your own.

Time consuming but can be made ahead of time and re heated.

 

Say Babl Pongteh

Beef rendang.

Itek Tim

Can buy some nice Otak otak from NTUC.

Some Acar

Some vege

 

All the dishes are quite straight forward to make and imo will be better than any restaurant we've tried in Sing, Malacca and Penang.

 

You might try 'Ivins' if you don't want to cook but the quality and taste is way down on what it used to be years ago

it use to be good some time when I ate there, fine for small dinner group but not those grand family gathering type.

 

I feel Ivin is like home cook and more toward Indonesia Chinese than nonya.

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Supersonic (edited)

http://bumbu.com.sg/Menu.php > go to kandahar street outlet ... other outlet not so good (imho)

 

Simply Peranakan @ Esplanade Mall L2 ... [thumbsup]

 

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Supersonic

Vivocity nyonya house not bad

 

The other one will be at keppel club

 

 

Imo both taste better than i had in melaka

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Supercharged

Actually the term peranakkan in maly means someone of mixed blood. Can be peranakkan Cina...peranakkan India...etc.

 

yup..the actual term should be nonya cuisine

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Supersonic

peramakan is the best. There's a branch at East coast rd. Inside satan grand hotel.

 

need to pay with soul or not ? :o

 

Anyway, is casa bom vento still around?

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need to pay with soul or not ? :o

 

Anyway, is casa bom vento still around?

 

I didn't know satan is Peranakan.

 

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Vivocity nyonya house not bad

 

The other one will be at keppel club

 

 

Imo both taste better than i had in melaka

Keppel club is peremakan lor...

 

need to pay with soul or not ? :o

 

Anyway, is casa bom vento still around?

damm you auto correct!

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2nd Gear

Daisy dream kitchen at west coast. beats the rest of the half cook peranakan food.

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Supercharged

I'd also add Curry Wok at/near Coronation PLaza/

 

Maybe not fully 100% Nonya cooking but very similar and good.

But smallish place.

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