Rumah Bebe in Katong is the place for good nyonya food. While takeaway is its mainstay, dining at the shophouse is a rather unique experience. You can go there for tea-time snacks. If you want lunch, the daily special Rumah Bebe menu offers a sampling of the popular dishes.
At Kin Restaurant in the Straits Clan Building, fans of chef Damian D’Silva can enjoy Peranakan and Eurasian classics within a menu described as “a retrospective look at the origins of our cuisine”.
New Thomson Plaza restaurants have opened after the major renovations at the mall along Upper Thomson Road. Some familiar eateries have remained and some new places to eat at Thomson Plaza have been added. Here are 10 restaurants we find particularly interesting.
TingKat PeraMakan Thomson Plaza is one of the several new restaurants and food outlets that have opened in the shopping mall after their renovations. It is a casual place for Peranakan food with a menu that makes it suitable for dining solo or in small groups.
Peranakan or nyonya food takeaway is one of the better choices when we think of suitable types of takeaway food that taste almost as good at home as dining at the restaurant. Usually dry or prepared with sauce or gravy, nonya food survives the journey home quite well. Here are five Peranakan food takeaway places in Singapore that we like.
British Hainan is a quaint cosy restaurant in Joo Chiat. Located at the junction of Crane Road and Carpmael Road, British Hainan sells vintage collectibles and serves the rather unique blend of British and Peranakan dishes as prepared by Hainanese chefs.