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Riverside Indonesian BBQ (Plaza Singapura)

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Riverside Indonesian BBQ offers a wide range of Indonesian BBQ cuisine.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 68831440
$6 based on 12 submissions
After Work (3 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
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Efficient and delicious

I love the Indonesian-style Bbq chicken they serve here. Always perfectly grilled, succulent and meaty then dunked into flavourful black kecap manis based sauce and put onto the dish next to the rice. Then they'll put a slice of omelette and ask if you want light curry gravy added onto your rice. If you want vegetables (cabbage and carrot stir fry) added, you can pay about $1 for a scoop. 

so you can imagine with the chicken (or whatever meat you choose) dunked into black sace plus curry gravy on the rice, the whole pate ends up being rather wet and full of sauces! And I haven't even mentioned their beautiful samba chilli! I love it and usually add about 3 scoops of it onto my plate! So my plate is like a gooey mess of indo bbq!! Hehe... Though on the oily side, the chilli is tasty and has lots of whole ikan bilis in there to add to the taste profile. Pure shiokness!!

Depending on my appetite,  I sometimes get chicken leg and deep fried fish fillet rice combo. I like that the fish batter is always crispy even after getting the black sauce treatment! !

if I'm ever at Plaza singapura  looking for a place to eat, I'll opt for this indo bbq In the food court ... though I usually avoid food courts! ! There's usually a queue during peak hours so try going at off peak times When the food court is not so crowded!!

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  • Chicken set5 votes
  • Squid set2 votes
  • chicken leg and fried fish set1 vote
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• 28 May 2015 • 71 reviews • 1 follower

Efficient and delicious

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I love the Indonesian-style Bbq chicken they serve here. Always perfectly grilled, succulent and meaty then dunked into flavourful black kecap manis based sauce and put onto the dish next to the rice. Then they'll put a slice of omelette and ask if you want light curry gravy added onto your rice. If you want vegetables (cabbage and carrot stir fry) added, you can pay about $1 for a scoop. 

so you can imagine with the chicken (or whatever meat you choose) dunked into black sace plus curry gravy on the rice, the whole pate ends up being rather wet and full of sauces! And I haven't even mentioned their beautiful samba chilli! I love it and usually add about 3 scoops of it onto my plate! So my plate is like a gooey mess of indo bbq!! Hehe... Though on the oily side, the chilli is tasty and has lots of whole ikan bilis in there to add to the taste profile. Pure shiokness!!

Depending on my appetite,  I sometimes get chicken leg and deep fried fish fillet rice combo. I like that the fish batter is always crispy even after getting the black sauce treatment! !

if I'm ever at Plaza singapura  looking for a place to eat, I'll opt for this indo bbq In the food court ... though I usually avoid food courts! ! There's usually a queue during peak hours so try going at off peak times When the food court is not so crowded!!
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• 03 Oct 2013 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

best grill ayam set!

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Till now, i have not came across any grill ayam set that is better then this! Meat is tender, love the sauce and everything else . Its definately worth the money.
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• 03 Apr 2012 • 167 reviews • 14 followers

Delicious and generously portioned indonesian bbq food

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It’s not very often that a particular place often draws me back time and time again, especially four times in the course of a month. I for one am particularly fond of barbecue food, be it chicken, fish, squid or beef, where the usual charred and smoky robust flavor of barbecued food never fails to awaken one’s palate and ensue maximum satisfaction of the same time. That said of course, the food must also be cooked properly, where any overcooking or under-cooking the produce would definitely mar and underwhelm the overall experience. Words aside, this particular stall located at the food court on level 6 of Plaza Singapura has been my weekly staple c** craving for the past month or so. Riverside Indonesian BBQ isn’t any run of the mill food courts stalls you find almost anywhere. In fact the sprawling queues during meal times are sufficient to leave inquisitive beings like me thinking if the food really worth the queue. MR actually gave a positive recommendation about the Ayam Panggang (grilled chicken), where he had nothing but praises for their signature dish.

Ayam Panggang ($5.50)

The gigantic chicken leg is directly grilled upon order, then dipped in a specialty black sauce before serving. The result? The meat of the entire chicken leg is moist and tender throughout, along with the wonderfully charred flavor and sweet black sauce that can get quite overpowering at times. A generous portion of rice, along with a slice of omelette comes with the chicken which are pretty decent, although I’m not particularly fond of the curry gravy poured onto the rice as the coconut flavor of the curry essentially overwhelms the savoriness and sweetness of the Ayam Panggang.

If your feeling adventurous or want more variety, the Ayam & Ikan Panggang ($8)would be a more luscious alternative, where an extra $2.50 would get you a sizeable portion of squid sliced into pieces which is rather good as well. All in all a great place to satisfy my craving for Indonesian BBQ food on a frequent basis, as the huge portions justify its great value, while an order of their sambal fish which looks really good as well beckons on the next visit =)

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