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MooJaa (Keong Saik Road)

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MooJaa is Singapore's number one Mookata Thai BBQ Steamboat restaurant. If you are looking a great Mookata place, then MooJaa is the best place to go.

Mon - Fri: 17:00 - 03:00

Sat: 12:00 - 03:00

Sun: 12:00 - 23:00

+65 65364780
$34 based on 48 submissions
After Work (15 votes), BBQ (13 votes), Buffet (13 votes)
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full review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/05/moojaa-mookata-thai-bbq-steamboat.html

MooJaa is still one of my favorite place for my mookata fix. Just note that it can get very crowded during the weekends. The ala carte buffet at $32+ offers a wide range of items and one premium meat per buffet diner, a choice of Kurobuta Pork or Angus Beef. Since there's the 2 of us, we went ahead with one each. The variety of items were extensive such as scallop, pork collar, beef slice etc. Interesting items such as cheese ball, fish skin and abalone slice. Love the free flow drink especially its lemongrass drink.  

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Cheese Balls14 votes
  • Thai Milk Tea9 votes
  • The Moo BBQ Set9 votes
  • Scallop, Abalone Slices5 votes
  • Kurobuta Pork Slices3 votes
  • Abalone Slices1 vote
  • Fish sauce1 vote
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• 13 May 2015 • 85 reviews • 2 followers

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full review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/05/moojaa-mookata-thai-bbq-steamboat.html

MooJaa is still one of my favorite place for my mookata fix. Just note that it can get very crowded during the weekends. The ala carte buffet at $32+ offers a wide range of items and one premium meat per buffet diner, a choice of Kurobuta Pork or Angus Beef. Since there's the 2 of us, we went ahead with one each. The variety of items were extensive such as scallop, pork collar, beef slice etc. Interesting items such as cheese ball, fish skin and abalone slice. Love the free flow drink especially its lemongrass drink.  
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• 26 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

超好吃的泰國菜!

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 MOOJAA 這家店每天營業到凌晨三點,可以在附竟喝完酒後來吃點食物! 辣椒醬太好吃了啦! 食物也一级棒! 食物很新鮮~GOOD!! 這家店有套餐, 也有自助餐. 多種选择! 服務生很體貼也很周到, 在這裡吃很開心! 是一個和朋友聚會的好地方! 這裡的水是他們自己烹的! 好好喝! 尤其是他們的泰式奶茶 chayan! 非常好喝! 味道独特! 一定要來吃! 不啻會終身遺憾! 吃了絕對不會遺憾終身!! 


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• 25 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

BEST MOO KA TA

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Must come and try their Ala Carte Buffet. Eat all you can till you drop, drinks are also freeflow. MUST TRY THEIR THAI MILK TEA!!!!
Service and everything is fast. They will do the first cooking of food for you. You just have to sit down and relax.
Staff are all approachable.
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