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Offering a dining experience unlike any other in Singapore, Nyonya & Baba Peranakan Cuisine serves traditional delicacies that can’t be found just anywhere. Located at VivoCity in HarbourFront, one of Singapore’s most popular shopping centres, this Peranakan restaurant serves dishes that are about as traditional as they come amid all the nearby international eateries. Embark on a culinary adventure without ever stepping foot away from Harbourfront Walk at Nyonya & Baba!
a bit disappointing; as i expected to savour more of ayam buah keluak paste and the bakwan soup too no real taste of crab meat.
Food was great and yummy. Friendly serving staff. However, the deserts was a let-down - tapioca was blend and the chendol was too sweet. Also the meat from the babi pongteh was mostly fats.
Nice ambience. Easy to locate, food not bad. Reasonable price
The Peranakans are the descendents of the Chinese pioneers who settled across Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia as early as the 15th century. Fusing Chinese cuisine with the indigenous cuisines of the settled lands, the Peranakans developed flavourful dishes all their own, which, luckily for you, are available to try at Singapore’s Nyonya & Baba Peranakan Cuisine inside of HarbourFront’s VivoCity. This is one restaurant that stands out from the other restaurants on HarbourFront Walk.
Chances are, there’s likely to be a few dishes on Singapore’s Nyonya & Baba Peranakan Cuisine’s menu that you’re unfamiliar with. If you love seafood, you can’t go wrong with the Assam curry fish head, a flavour-packed dish consisting of an ikan head slowly cooked in a spicy curry with hints of tamarind. Another popular option on Nyonya & Baba’s extensive menu is the ayam buah keluah, chicken stewed with black nut gravy. Vegetarians are encouraged to try the nyonya chap chye a speciality made with cabbage, dried bean curd, glass noodles, cabbage, black fungus, mushrooms and bean paste. Try these dishes, plus an array of other mains, soups, starters and desserts when you book a table at HarbourFront’s Nyonya & Baba Peranakan Cuisine.