Thai mookata is a big hit in Singapore, unsurprising considering mookata (derived from the Thai ‘mu kratha’) blends two of the city-state’s favourite cuisines – Korean-style barbecue and Chinese hotpot. Searching for the perfect restaurant to take in this fantastic hybrid? Get on down to one of the many Bangkok Street Mookata outlets located in the city. Here in Tampines, close to Kovan station and the Heartland Mall along Tampines Road, guests can feed on all the Thai mookata grillin’ and steamboatin’ goodness that they want.
Food quality overall was quite alright for the amount we paid. Grill and steamboat and quantity for one portion of the food was small but since pricing was reasonable so you can just repeat the orders if you wish to. The spicy dipping sauce was tasty. It was situated in a coffee shop so we chose a table under a fan and it was fine. Seating outside under the shelter with standing fans provided was also fine but it was just too humid to sit there on Sat. afternoon.
portion is alright... food is nice especially the sauce. pricing is cheap too. definitely will be back...
Take your seats at Bangkok Street Mookata and you can immediately tell that you’re in for the classic Thai tabletop barbecue and steamboat moat combination. The fragrance of mouthwatering juices from grilling meats, seafood and vegetables running down into the broth – there are several types available – make for tasty eats, and it’s proving incredibly popular in Singapore, with many Thai mookata restaurants setting up shop in the city. There’s little doubt that Bangkok Street Mookata’s Tampines outpost is an very popular heartland restaurant, with the perfect location along Tampines Road close to Kovan MRT. Needless to say this is a Thai mookata restaurant that deserves an advance booking.
As for the menu, Bangkok Street Mookata’s Tampines outpost offers pick-and-choose a la carte dining or set platters for two or four people. The tradition is to go for pork – pork liver, streaky pork bacon or pork balls cooked on the dome of the tabletop grill with fresh seafood, vegetables and more. Noodles are another option, but adventurous Singapore diners will love the addition of hotdogs and Thai kwey tiao – mookata is a an indecisive diners dream and an eminently social way to eat. There are plenty of Bangkok Street Mookata restaurants to choose from, but if you’re a heartland Tampines resident close to Kovan station, make your way to Bangkok Street Mookata along Tampines Road for your mookata hit.