BugisIndonesian, Asian$$$$
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About Mamanda

If you’re looking for a fresh take on Malaysian cuisine in an elegant environment, a trip to Mamanda is well worth your time. Located in Singapore’s alluring Kampong Glam, this beautiful fine dining establishment aims to make all guests feel like royalty, thereby transporting diners to the 19th century for a taste of upscale traditional cuisine. Situated on beautiful Sultan Gate, there is hardly a better choice for high-end Malaysian cuisine in Singapore.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 11:00 pm
11:30 am - 11:00 pm
11:30 am - 11:00 pm
11:30 am - 11:00 pm
11:30 am - 11:00 pm
11:30 am - 11:00 pm
11:30 am - 11:00 pm
11:30 am - 11:00 pm


73 Sultan Gate
Singapore 198497

Menu Highlights



Santapan Seri Laksamana - Daging Rendang Mamanda

Mamanda's Signature Beef Rendang

Santapan Seri Temenggong - Ayam Merah Sultana

Chicken cooked in sweet and spicy sambal

Santapan Seri Laksamana - Ayam Bakar Daun Pisang

Pandan Leaf Infused Grilled Chicken

Santapan Seri Temenggong - Udang Jintan Manis

Tiger prawns cooked in sweet cumin sauce

Santapan Seri Laksamana - Sambal Goreng Desa Permai

Spicy Stir Fried Long Beans, Tofu and Soybean

Santapan Seri Temenggong - Sayur Lemak Sri Wangi

Mixed vegetables cooked in coconut gravy


Bubur Pemanis Mamanda

Traditional Sweet Porridge

3 Macam Kuih Mueh

3 Types of Traditional Malay Cakes

Buah-Buahan Segar

Fresh Cut Fruits

More about Mamanda, Singapore

Perhaps one of the most fantastic features of living in Singapore is the rich cultural heritage that still endures, even in modern city life. Malaysian culture has, without a doubt, impacted Singapore in a number of ways, and this influence is most evident in the country’s sensational cuisine. At Mamanda on Sultan Gate, you’re invited to leave the stresses of modernity behind while basking instead in the opulence of a royal Malaysian past, situated in historic Kampong Glam.

If dining in a 19th century mansion still doesn’t convince you to visit Mamanda, then the specialties on the menu certainly will. For the most authentic experience, order your food from the Communal Dining Menu and sample a number of freshly-prepared dishes that you can share with your friends. Try out main courses like the Ayam Bakar Daun Pisang (pandan leaf infused grilled chicken) or the Sambal Goreng Desa Perma (spicy stir-fried long beans with tofu), then finish up with the Bubur Pemanis Mamanda, a traditional sweet porridge. With its location in Singapore’s historic Kampong Glam neighbourhood, you’re certain to feel that you’ve travelled back in time and tasted a cuisine of the past.

3 Mamanda Reviews

3 Reviews
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Reasonable value
Noise levels:Average
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Khadijah A.a year ago · 1 review

I was with a group of French friends who never tried Malay food. This was a good introduction to the cuisine as we had the set with the variety if dishes. The yellow curry was too spicy for my liking but the rest of the food was delicious. Would improve the drink menu to include a more detailed summary of the signature drinks. Even the waitress did not know what the signature drinks were when questioned.

Sofiah M.a year ago · 3 reviews

Ambience is good! Ayam masak lemak is nice but it the size of the chicken is very small. Otherwise, everything was delicious! We had goreng pisang fusion ice cream. Very creative and tasteful indeed!

NORA B.a year ago · 1 review

The experience was overwhelmed. My family enjoyed it very much.