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Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant @ Furama RiverFront Singapore

Nice to be back for lunch after 8 years! The restaurant really hasn’t changed much and I’m also delighted to know that Chef I Gusti Nyoman Kaler is still helming the kitchen after so many years. I remembered dining here at least twice previously and I totally enjoyed the spread of authentic Indonesian fare which […]

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Uncle Penyet Fusion @ Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6

Couple of weeks ago, I passed by Blk 728 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6 (beside Broadway Plaza and opposite the McDonald’s at Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West) when I headed to the library and was surprised to see that the old coffeeshop that used to house two of the best eats in the neighbourhood […]

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Indonesian Bamboo Cake 印尼竹筒糕 @ Trengganu Street, Chinatown

This Indonesian Bamboo Cake stall is located along Trengganu Street just opposite Fatty Weng Restaurant. Not sure how I could have neglected its existence for such a long time and to think I still call myself a putu piring (kueh tutu) fan, haha. For those not from this part of the world, well, putu piring […]

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Nasi Ambeng @ Pu3 Restaurant, Bencoolen Street

H recently introduced me to the nasi ambeng (pronounced ‘um-bng’) which she had tried and fell in love with while in Indonesia. It’s a traditional Javanese feast that’s usually eaten during the festivities and consists of rice and assorted meat and vegetable dishes served on a platter or tray meant for sharing between 4-5 persons. […]

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Ayam Penyet President @ Kallang Wave Mall

The husband and I have been regularly patronising Ayam Penyet Ria @ Lucky Plaza for years whenever we have craving for smashed fried chicken but have never been to Ayam Penyet President (both are separate entities) that also has an outlet in the same building. When we spotted another one of the latter’s outlets at […]

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Tasty Nasi Padang at Warung Kampung @ Central, Clarke Quay

Indonesian food has always been one of my preferred Southeast Asian cuisines because of the heavy use of various spices in almost every dish which creates these robust and aromatic flavours that linger on the palates and make me hanker for more. Simply irresistible. I was recently invited to a food tasting at Warung Kampung, set up by first-time […]

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Dine rijsttafel-style at The Rice Table Indonesian Restaurant @ International Building

The Rice Table has been one of my all-time favourite Indonesian restaurants in Singapore ever since my college mate introduced me to it more than a decade ago when we were hosting our lecturer who was in town from the States. And whenever I need to host friends from overseas every now and then, this […]

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Rumah Makan Minang @ Kandahar Street – The Most Authentic Nasi Padang in Singapore

Nasi Padang is the quintessential cuisine of the Minangkabau people of West Sumatra in Indonesia and its name is derived from the capital city of Padang. Padang cuisine is well known for its heavy use of spices, chillies and coconut milk that give food robust and aromatic flavours. I haven’t been to Padang before, neither […]

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The Rice Table Indonesian Restaurant

The Rice Table is probably the only Indonesian restaurant in Singapore that does a rijsttafel (ryst-tah-fell) concept which literally means “rice table” in Dutch. It usually consists of many side dishes served in small portions and eaten with rice. That’s certainly the reason why I love to dine at Rice Table. I love variety. I […]

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Ayam Penyet Ria – Sedap

If you wonder what is so great about smashed fried chicken, then you have to try Ayam Penyet Ria to find out. Located in Lucky Plaza (2 outlets), Tampines Mall and Jurong Point, this restaurant is always crowded at lunch and dinner. You will have to place your order and pay cash (yes, only cash […]

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