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Peramakan

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AsianNonyaNonya / PeranakanPeranakan

This jauntily-named Nonya family restaurant is headed by a true-blue Peranakan chef. All the familiar favourites are on the menu, as well as some of the chef's family recipes such as kari lemak udang kertak (crayfish made with a curry of ground spices and curry powder). The rendang dishes tend to be served with more sauce to suits customers' preferences.

Daily: 11:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

Closed: Sun

+65 63772829
$31 based on 42 submissions
Dinner (21 votes), Children/Family (15 votes), Lunch (13 votes)
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Brought some friends to this restaurant yesterday for lunch and had a wonderful meal that averaged just under $30 per person. As there were 9 of us we ordered the set lunch for 8 people. We were there early, just when the doors opened, but the kitchen was ready to go. We did not have to wait for the food....it was on the table about 15 minutes after the orders were finalised. The service was excellent -- attentive waiters and waitresses who made useful suggestions regarding the options available. The quality of the food was good and none of the dishes disappointed. The portions were generous and there was even food left over to take away.

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• 07 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Brought some friends to this restaurant yesterday for lunch and had a wonderful meal that averaged just under $30 per person. As there were 9 of us we ordered the set lunch for 8 people. We were there early, just when the doors opened, but the kitchen was ready to go. We did not have to wait for the food....it was on the table about 15 minutes after the orders were finalised. The service was excellent -- attentive waiters and waitresses who made useful suggestions regarding the options available. The quality of the food was good and none of the dishes disappointed. The portions were generous and there was even food left over to take away.
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• 31 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

this is the worse restaurant I visit

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Extremely rude waitress .. E place was quite empty so no excuse for such behavior . The Chinese restaurant at the second floor give a much better , pleasant dining experience
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• 22 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

rudest restaurant in Singapore

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We arrived at 9pm and were given a menu and asked for our drinks order. Only after the drinks arrived did a smarmy waiter arrive saying most items are not available. So hubby turns to me and says - this means the chef is too lazy to cook anything else. Smarmy waiter realised we are it his usual passive clientele and sharply changes his tune saying order what we like and he will ask the chef to cook. Order comes and food is good however at 9.30 they want to close the bill after trying to empty an entire bottle of wine as fast as they possibly can into our glasses. At 9.45 they tell us they are closing, turn off air con, pack their bags then at 9.50 and 9.55 keep comin up saying they are closed! Worst service and overall bad manners I have ever seen in Singapore and probably all of Asia!
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