Naughty Nuri’s are creating special in the heart of Marine Parade, with a menu that brings the tastes of Bali and Indonesia to bear on the native ingredients that are available in Singapore. The meats, in particular, are the star of the show along this stretch of Tanjong Katong Road, where you can enjoy their signature pork ribs – half or full rack – or the quarter chicken Panggang, as well as seafood specialities and Indonesian dishes like nasi goreng and ayam lemak. Take a trip along the MTR to Paya Lebar or Dakota in Marine Parade and visit Naughty Nuri’s for a proper big feast – just remember to book ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
It was my very first time there but it was superb and food really licking good 😘✌️ Will go back again. It can be compared with those I tried in Bali ..
Great food. Nice ambience. Good for group dining. High table a little small for dining but that's not a major concern . Will be bringing my family here again.
Singapore is home to some of the great culinary traditions of Asia, from the Chinese dim sum palaces to the Japanese sushi joints and the Korean barbecue specials, from the curry classics of Little India, the countless Thai restaurants and the native Nyonya and Peranakan places. Indonesian food is sometimes left out of this milieu, but to miss it would be an oversight, as Singapore is home to some of the best examples of the genre. Naughty Nuri’s on Tanjong Katong Road in Marine Parade provides one of the top Indonesian restaurants in town, so let us talk you through the menu.
The Indonesian options available are extensive, but the meat is where you are going to want to start your meal. Begin with the crispy pig ears with spiced curry powder before moving onto the grilled options – quarter, half or whole chicken panggang, squid bakar with fresh lime, 200g Aussie Prime striploin – or the signature pork ribs, an authentic take on the tastes of Bali. There are Indonesian classics too, such as nasi goreng and Wagyu short rib rendang, so make the most of these delicacies by going on over to Marine Parade and Tanjong Katong Road, before stepping into Naughty Nuri’s. Do book a table for you and your friends in advance, however, as they are known to get crowded on occasion – you won’t want to miss out.