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Two of Singapore’s favourite cuisines huddle together under the umbrella of Thai mookata (from the Thai ‘mu kratha’), a mixture of Chinese hotpot and Korean barbecue that’s a foodie phenomenon in the city. There are many restaurants of this type to choose from, but if you’re a fan, Bangkok Street Mookata restaurants are unmissable. Up north from the centre in Ang Mo Kio is a perfect example of the street food hit, easily reached along Ang Mo Kio Avenue from the station. This is where Ang Mo Kio locals go for Thai mookata in their neighbourhood.
Fast service and good food! Meat can be better marinated but overall still good with big serving. Will recommend more friends to come next time.
Meat well marinated at reasonable pricing. Perhaps they more working staffs needed as they seems short-handed. Waited for a while for the stove to be set up. One of my Favourite place for ala carte mookata.
The portions are really small. I'd recommend 20 plates of meat for 4 people. The food is, however rather delicious, and I especially loved the pork collar.
Right on the corner of Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10 and Ang Mo Kio Street 43, Bangkok Street Mookata gives off all the street vendor vibes of the proper Thai mookata experience. Groups of friends and family gather around the mookata grill-and-steamboat combo that sits on your tabletop, debating over which meats, seafood and vegetables they’re going to slap on top, which soup base to use, and who gets the primest cuts first. The social dining experience of Thai mookata is proving very popular in Singapore, and there’s little doubt that the Ang Mo Kio outlet of Bangkok Street Mookata is the restaurant of choice in this part of town – it’s best to book well in advance.
On the menu at Bangkok Street Mookata’s Ang Mo Kio restaurant there’s almost too much too choose from. Choose from meat, seafood and vegetables from the a la carte menu, topping up as you wish and replenishing your small sea of broth and noodles as needed. Set menus for two or four people offer an exciting alternative at a great price, often surprising experienced mookata-goers with new and interesting flavours. Thai mookata is. There are many Bangkok Street Mookata restaurants in Singapore, but if you’re up here in Ang Mo Kio, head to Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10 for some of the best Thai mookata in town.