Award-winning and utterly loved by locals, PeraMakan restaurant is a specialist in both traditional and contemporary Peranakan cuisine. It’s a restaurant that demonstrates how proud its owners are of their Peranakan heritage via food that’s bold, fresh and never with preservatives or additives. The menu offers something for everyone with an impressive variety of meat dishes as well as vibrant Peranakan salads and soups and just as many options for vegetarians. You’ll find PeraMakan Singapore at Harbourfront’s Keppel Club, not far at all from Telok Blangah or Labrador Park MRT stations. Reserve a table now.
Exquisite Peranakan cuisine. Flavorful, just like how Peranakans would like it. Enjoyed the buah Keluak, ngoh hiang, ladies finger, etc. the apom + pengat was also very delicious. Excellent customer service as well, staff was very attentive. Super recommended.
Came to celebrate colleague’s farewell. Food was delicious and we had even enough to take away, even though we got the 10 pax set for 11 persons. Really appreciated the restaurants generosity in allowing us free choice of dessert !
Food was very good. Unanimously good. We ordered the fish head curry which was not on the menu together with beef, prawns, pork and chicken. Chap chye and tofu too. All good.
It was great I enjoyed the food very much. Service was good and quick. Toilet was out of order so that could be improved. Thanks
They have great service at PeraMakan! The waiter/waitress very attentive. They even gave us a discount when we supposed to use the OCBC credit card, and then discovered that the OCBC card that we have cannot be used! We used another bank's credit card and still they gave us the discount! Worth going back for a meal as the food is simply delicious!
Competent peranakan restaurant, great lamb shank rendang, steamed otah, and nangka curry. Beats blue ginger anytime. Any local is doing our heritage a disservice by bringing foreign guests to Ivin's and passing that off as nonya food. Peranakan Flavours at Tan Quee Lan, Folklore at Beach Road, and Nya Nya Cafe at Suntec City Tower 4 near the GV Cinema are the places to go. Go to Violet Oon's place at the National Gallery if you prize ambience above all, and are willing to pay top dollar. Food is passable. I have no tried Candlenut. Happy eating! - Weiren Y 31st August 2018.
I have been going to Peramakan for many years. On the whole, I enjoyed my dinner experience yesterday. While I have never been on the receiving end of poor service, it has improved. The Management I feel is always trying hard. Thank you. The Beef Rendang was not as lemak, well spiced, and braised long enough to bring out the flavour and the kerisik tasted strangely more of chillis than coconut. Sadly, I sat down to a table adorned with a torn table cloth. My overall impression is that the restaurant has seen better days and needs to be refreshed.
My first time at PeraMakan. Service and food was solid! No regrets. Love the ayam buah keluak!!! It was really good with loads of keluak in it!
The bakwan kepiting is very tasty - clear soup with much flavour. Enjoyed how the meatballs were not too porky or tough, with the succulent bamboo shoots giving good balance. Assam prawns was the best dish - tangy and sticky - ate definitely far too much rice with the sauce...
The food was good and ambience was perfect for a gathering of four of us. We were recommended to order nonya tauhu which did not disappoint. However, I felt that the lemongrass tea was a bit too expensive at $4.50 and tasted very bland as the lemongrass flavour was not strong enough.