Apr 28, 2011|
Ayam Buah Keluak | Baba Inn at Frankel Avenue
Don't let the casual air here deceive you—the Peranakan cuisine served is prepared with care and pride. They also whip up a sambal belachan that will make a Peranakan grandmother proud.
Around for 15 years, the Blue Ginger is undisputedly one of Singapore's best Peranakan restaurants.
This charming spot serves up great Peranakan food like ayam buah keluak, nyonya chap chye and the house specialty, grilled baby stingray with black peppercorns and curry leaves.
This old-school and unpretentious Peranakan restaurant has a large and loyal following, and President Nathan is supposedly himself a fan.
Eurasian-Peranakan food at Immigrants restaurant in Joo Chiat
This laid-back gastropub in Joo Chiat serves up mean Peranakan and Eurasian bites alongside a respectable list of whiskeys and craft beers.
Housed in a black-and-white building with luxe interiors, Indocafe offers Nyonya cuisine infused with a contemporary touch, and have their spices freshly ground using the traditional pestle and mortar.
A great Peranakan restaurant if you want a simple, homespun meal without any fuss.
Ngoh hiang | The Patio restaurant at Greenwood Aveue
They serve up traditional recipes such as ngoh hiang (from $5), deep-fried pork rolls, itek tim ($18), duck with salted vegetables and babi ponteh ($15), braised pork belly with mushrooms and potatoes.
Curry Fish Head | Peranakan Inn restaurant in Katong
Done up like an old Peranakan home, Peranakan Inn is a great spot to bring out of towners.
Damn good food... in a biotech park.... Try the ikan tamban or babi pongteh.
Buah Keluak | Violet Oon's Kitchen at Bukit Timah
This local bistro serves up excellent Peranakan grub served in generous portions like ayam buah keluak ($22), beef rendang ($22) and fish tempra ($24).
Whole Earth makes vegetarian Peranakan—giving you one less excuse to not give up meat.