Introducing the best of our authenticity family recipes.
Fried Kidney with Ginger, Sambal Chicken, Mixed Stew, Sweet Sour Chicken, Fried Rice Vegetarian, Fried Rice Vegetarian (Egg)
Food may contain traces of meat, eggs & shellfish due to shared kitchen utensils. Some of our dishes contain shrimp paste, garlic, onion and milk. Do speak to our waiter of your vegetarian/vegan diet. We will accommodate our best.
Ayam/Bak Buah Keluak (Chicken/Pork Rib with Black Nut)Peranakan Classic Dish
A true Peranakan classic: Buah keluak, a fruit which originates from Indonesia, requires a tedious process of cleaning, boiling, being cut open and scooped out. The pulp is then mixed with a family recipe of spices, stuffed back in and then cooked with tamarind paste, pork or chicken. The buah keluak paste infused with tamarind sauce is what makes this dish one of a kind.
Sek Bak (Peranakan Braised Pork)Peranakan Classic Dish
Pork infused with spices, lemongrass, cinnamon bark, and dark soy sauce - a guarded family secret! The thinly-sliced pork is served with soya bean puff (Tau Kua) and hard boiled eggs. Complemented with black sweet sauce gravy and chilli vinegar (Cili Cuka) dip.
Ikan Gerang Assam (Fish in Tamarind Sauce)Recommended Dish
Gerang Assam should not be mistaken for local Asam Pedas. It is a popular dish among the Peranakan community: Dried chillies, lemongrass and other fresh spices are simmered in tamarind juice, lending a spicy and sour flavour to this dish. It whets appetite even on a hot day.
Ayam Rendang (Rendang Chicken)Recommended Dish
We have taken a common Malay household dish and given it a Peranakan twist: treat your taste buds to the exquisite taste of Kerisik (grated coconut, toasted and ground into paste). This paste is given a signature Peranakan spicy blend by combining it with fresh, bold spices such as lemongrass, galangal, cumin and turmeric leaves.