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Candlenut Kitchen (Dorsett)

Asian, Nonya, Peranakan

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9 votes

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 22:00

Sat: 18:00 - 22:00

Closed: Sun & PH

$33 based on 8 reviews
Candlenut Kitchen is a modern Peranakan restaurant that offers authentic Nonya dishes, wine, proper coffee and modern Nonya desserts. See what foodies like this place for
mediumrareandothers • 27 Sep 201415 reviews 0 followers

For more reviews and photos, click here: http://mediumrareandothers.blogspot.com/2014/06/candlenut-kitchen-outram.html 
 
Hidden in Dorsett hotel, this quaint place could be easily missed.
 But behold the food, for these Peranakan food are top-notch. We brought our Peranakan mummy to this place and she was raving about it. Though the portions could be slightly small to share, don't worry, they have free-flow white rice to fill your tummies. The servers are quite friendly and prompt with requests as well.
 
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Banana Caramel Pudding ($9)

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mediumrareandothers • 27 Sep 201415 reviews 0 followers

For more reviews and photos, click here: http://mediumrareandothers.blogspot.com/2014/06/candlenut-kitchen-outram.html 
 
Hidden in Dorsett hotel, this quaint place could be easily missed.
 But behold the food, for these Peranakan food are top-notch. We brought our Peranakan mummy to this place and she was raving about it. Though the portions could be slightly small to share, don't worry, they have free-flow white rice to fill your tummies. The servers are quite friendly and prompt with requests as well.
 
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Banana Caramel Pudding ($9)
My Chef Doeuvre • 31 Aug 201412 reviews 0 followers

Chef Malcom Lee is making news with his modern take on our well loved Pernanakan cuisine. We ate a total of 15 dishes and came out feeling well fed and happy, although with a slight dent on the pocket. If you have a thing for buah keluak in particular, give it a try. You will be surprised by what the menu has to offer!

For a greater scoop of my experience at Candlenut, click on:
http://mychefdoeuvre.com/2014/08/31/sg-candlenut-inspired-peranakan-cuisine/

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Weighty Man • 18 Jun 2014707 reviews 82 followers

Nearly went to the old location as advised by friends but luckily I checked HGW and find this new place at New Bridge Rd.
 
Food- did not order buah keluak because it doesn't have whole nuts in it. just the paste in a gravy. Ting - failure. Other flops were: Bak Wan Kepitaing (crab meat balls) in a primarily chicken stock with minimal bamboo shoot. Ting - flop.
 
However there were some good dishes: We enjoyed the Babi...

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