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Combining two of Singapore’s favourite cuisines, Chinese hotpot and Korean-style barbecue, Thai mookata (from the Thai ‘mu kratha’) is a massive culinary trend. And if you’ve been hunting for a reliable vendor for this food form, you need to check out one of several Bangkok Street Mookata restaurants, including this one on Toa Payoh’s Lorong 8, the perfect setting for what is essentially a street food phenomenon. Not much of a hike through the suburb from Braddell or Toa Payoh stations, it’s here that locals get their Thai mookata grillin’ and steamboatin’ fix.
Nice place compared to many coffee shop.. Relax environment with music while enjoying Mookata. The price is very reasonable. 4 pax total bill about $50. We ordered variety of items.
Wide variety of choices available. Food was good and at a very reasonable price. Staff are very friendly and helpful. This is my second visit , will go again..
Place not so conducive, very crowded and noisy. Even reservation made, still need to wait? Price could slighly on the high side. Thank you very much
Arriving at this bustling streetside Bangkok Street Mookata restaurant along Lorong 8, you know you’re in for an authentic Thai mookata experience. Clusters of diners hunch over their combination tabletop barbecue and steamboat contraptions, grilling meats, seafood and vegetables over a moat of broth to make the perfect soup. Whether in groups of friends or as a family, Thai mookata is proving incredibly popular in Singapore, and it’s clear that Bangkok Street Mookata’s Toa Payoh branch is leading the charge in this neighbourhood. Often busy, it’s always best to book ahead for this restaurant.
On the menu at Bangkok Street Mookata’s Toa Payoh restaurant there’s a wealth of options. Go a la carte and choose from meat, seafood and vegetables, your choice of soup base and more. Set platters for two or four people are another way to go, offering a discount dining experience and the chance to try a range of ingredients. Thai mookata is ideal for diners who want it all but can’t decide how to approach their hunger, plus it is one of the most social ways to eat. Bangkok Street Mookata restaurants are everywhere in Singapore, but if you’re north of the Central districts, make your way to Bangkok Street Mookata along Loring 8 in Toa Payoh to satisfy your mookata craving!