Daily: 11:30 - 15:00
Daily: 18:00 - 22:30
Nestled away in the southern waterfront area of iconic Marina Bay Sands the offers a scenic view of the Marina Bay, The Moluccas Room is a refreshing new restaurant designed to delight diners taste buds with the authentic taste of traditional Indonesian regional cooking.
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alright poshed-up indonesian food in marina bay sands. i was lured here, as best befits gluttons, by the idea of the rijsttafel - translated simply to rice table, though the concept is more of an all-you-can-eat feast. the food was decent, but just that - and while it was unlimited quantities, it was from a small menu - which didn't do anything for my greed. it's not a huge buffet, and neither is it particularly satisfying (I would find it very difficult to make this a belly-busting meal without first getting tired of the strong and limited (because of the small number of dishes) flavors) - what it is, is refined indonesian dining that's different from what you'd usually get.
Food not worth the price. Service staff has nice attitude but we have a difficult time understand their accents. Mutton is the toughest I have even tasted...to the point even the fork cannot poke into it. Explanation from staff is that because it is cooked in gravy...DUH!!!
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The balance of traditional and contemporary is also apparent as you walk into the restaurant, as the ambiance and décor almost make you feel as though you’ve been transported to Bali. With an amazing view, lovely interior, and spacious seating, it’s easy to set your mind at ease, relax, and prepare yourself for a delightful dining experience.
There is an extensive menu of creative cocktails and fine Indonesian food that will leave you spoilt for choice. From Sate Padang Lidah Sapi, Confit Sakura Ayam Tuturaga, Ikan Bakar Jimbaran to Angus Steak Rendang.
Most importantly, we can’t help but recommend the Confit Sakura Ayam Tuturaga, which is undoubtedly 1 of the 15 Dishes you should eat before you die.
The chicken is slow cooked in its own fat - a classic French cooking technique - rendering the meat moist and tender. When topped with its fragrant West Sulawesi spice blend and the inclusion of roasted baby new potatoes, this dish is clearly elevated beyond any chicken curry we have ever tried.
To round up the dining experience, try the Sri Kaya Creme Brulee – a creamy coconut custard flavoured with pandan, topped with a caramelised crust, and served with homemade ice cream infused with Indonesian flavours such as Gula Melaka.
Went down during Restaurant Week. We had not been here before and found the decor to be pleasant and contemporary -- nothing memorable however, it looked more like a gastrobar than a nice Indonesian restaurant. (We would have preferred the latter, of course.) The staff were warm and reasonably on the ball, so no complaints there too. Perched in a ground floor corner of MBS, the place had nice views of Marina Bay. We had a nice otak otak starter, which went down well with their excellent condiments — all the pedas Indo chilli pastes and sauces were there. And the dessert was good too. However the biggest letdown was the Ayam Bakar Kecap Urap-urap. The chicken was UNDERCOOKED!! It was so undercooked that its insides looked an alarming bright red. This is unacceptable and criminal. Check out the photo for evidence. No matter how good your decor, your service, you will fail the moment you serve that can make a customer severely ill. I sent it back and refused their offer to replace it. I plumped for the dessert instead. I told the waiters to inform the cooks/chef but I'm not sure if they gave my feedback to the kitchen, as they laughed sheepishly at my sorry dish.Avoid!!! There are better Indonesian restaurants that serve cheaper and better food in Singapore. And they won't attempt to serve uncooked food, either.