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AsianChineseNonyaNonya / PeranakanPeranakan
Address: #01-03, Tan Chong Towers, 15 Queen Street, 188537

Welcome to the most established Peranakan restaurants in Singapore since 1953. 

Many have come to love our nonya food which uses only the freshest ingredients and select choice of spices within the secret recipes handed down through the generations. We provide nonya catering for special occasions at offices and homes. We cater a wide choice of dishes at very reasonable prices. With many satisfied customers whom we have had the honor of catering to, we are confident that we will delight you and your friends with authentic Peranakan fare. 

Whenever you think of Peranakan Food, think of Straits Chinese, Singapore's favourite Nonya restaurant.

Daily: 11:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 63393683

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