There is a recent change in the kitchen and hence a new menu has been launched.
I recommend starting with the Clear Oriental Oxtail Soup, a herbal slow cooked soup to open up the palette.
From the main course menu, the Babi Kapitan, or pork ribs, has an interesting sweet after taste. For a more meatier bite, the Nonya Beef Rendang will do just that.
My must try though had to be the Ayam Buah Keluak. How can one not have that at a Peranakan restaurant?
For desserts, there are three heavy choices were trying. The Durian Pengat with Pandan Jelly consists of fresh durian with gula melaka.
Those preferring something a little lighter can go for the Pandan Tiramisu. Finally, those looking for something more traditional can go for the Sago Gula Melaka.
Overall, a heavy and hearty meal - one would certainly leave feeling full and satisfied.
- I also recommend this place for:
- Children/Family, Dinner, Large Groups/Gathering, Lunch
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