Please note that opening hours on public holidays are the same as on weekends.
There are plenty of ways to enjoy an Asian meal in Singapore – Cantonese dim sum, Thai steamboat mookata, Japanese sushi, Korean BBQ – and it is often easy to overlook the local Nyonya and Peranakan cuisine of the city state. Simple Peranakan Cuisine in Punggol seeks to redress that balance, with a focus on the dishes that have been around longest in Singapore. This means traditional Nyonya fish, minced mackerel with a spice paste, coconut milk, yellow ginger and steamed in a banana leaf, as well as deep-fried beancurd stuffed with minced pork, prawns, water chestnut and carrot with chilli and sweet sauce. Simply Peranakan is on the outskirts of the city, facing over to Malaysia on Serangoon Island on Punggol Point Road, but it is well worth a trip: gather your friends and family and make the journey out to Punggol Settlement for a superb Peranakan meal.
Hidden treasure at Punggol Settlement! Love this casual Peranakan restaurant... Definitely the place to experience home cooked food. Beef rendang was very tender and meat ball soup (bakwang kepeting) was larger than the ones I've had elsewhere. Ayam buah keluak was flavorful. Seafood Mee Sua had generous ingredients and mee sua was springy and soft at the same time. We also like how you can control how sweet the Chendol can be. Will be back!
Was our first visit to the restaurant to celeb the July babies' birthday. The food was fantastic and we had a gd meal. Will be back again.