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At this family-run restaurant, traditional Peranakan cuisine is dished up in an equally traditional setting. Using recipes that have been passed down through generations, Dulukala Peranakan Restaurant is the place to go in Singapore’s Bukit Timah when looking to dine on some home-cooked Asian dishes in a relaxed and cosy setting. Located inside Beauty World Centre on Upper Bukit Timah Road, this little restaurant can fill up quickly, so book in advance to avoid disappointment!
Check out Dulukala’s set lunch and set dinner menus!
Great paranakan food that is lost now. Pity the place closed.
Come here for Authentic peranakan food. Enjoyed the chendol! Setting is very homely too. Location is very accessible now with the new downtown line. Worth a visit!
From 1st course of good to the last course took more than 1.25hours. Our curry fish was served to the wrong table. Food was tasteful though.
Decorated in a simple style, this unpretentious little restaurant on the fourth floor of Bukit Timah’s Beauty World Centre serves up quality Asian cuisine at unbeatable prices, and has established quite a following for itself. Using time-tested recipes and traditional cooking techniques, Dulukala Peranakan Restaurant on Singapore’s Upper Bukit Timah Road provides the most authentic Peranakan experience possible, inclduing a menu packed with the time-honoured favourites.
You’ll find delicious options like the bakwan kepiting goreng (deep-fried crab meat and pork meatballs), ngoh hiang (pork wrapped in fried beancurd skin) and ayam redang (chicken in a dried curry sauce). The menu also features a range of seafood and vegetable options, like the sotong hitam (squid in squid ink) and sambal terong (fried eggplant with sambal sauce). No trip to Dulukala Peranakan Restaurant in Singapore’s Bukit Timah would be complete without trying one of the desserts – we recommend the chendol, a delectable combination of shaved ice, coconut milk, sugar of melaka and pandan jelly.