Singapore is chock-full of great mookata restaurants, and at Soi 51 Mookata you’ll enjoy the city’s very best. Located in Geylang, this buffet-style restaurant offers the perfect mix between hotpot and barbecue specialities. Featuring a huge range of options, including delicious drinks and incredible homemade sauces, the restaurant has earned a huge following among local Asian-food lovers. Situated on Guillemard Road, just moments from National Stadium and close to Mountbatten and Kallang stations, Soi 51 Mookata is worth a special trip to visit.
The boss is friendly. Food variety is great!! And what's best is, it's cheap! One thing to pick about will only be that it's a little warm.
The food was good and the staff were very polite. The meat was well marinated and very tasty. I will return to this place :)
Fresh ingredients, friendly service and a casual vibe are what is putting Soi 51 Mookata on the map in Singapore. Perhaps best of all, it’s easy on the wallet, and it’s this commitment to keeping prices low – while keeping quality high – that makes the restaurant such a huge hit with local students, foodies and big eaters alike. Soi 51 Mookata has plenty of outdoor seating, perfect for those sunny summer days. Its location in Geylang just steps from Mountbatten station makes it easy to reach, and is an absolute must-visit for out-of-towners.
For one flat low rate, guests at Soi 51 Mookata are invited to stop by and eat as much as they like. With over fifty choices, there’s no end to the different flavour profiles you can build with the array of different ingredients, sauces and soup broths on offer. Vegetarians can load up on tasty options like shiitake mushrooms, Chinese cabbage, broccoli, carrots, potato slices, and baby corn, while meat-lovers can feast on spicy chicken, pork belly, black pepper beef, pork liver, crabsticks, Thai fish cake, squid, prawns, scallops, Thai fish cake, pork balls, hot dogs and so much more. Bring your biggest appetite and prepare to chow down at Soi 51 Mookata, found along Guillemard Road in Singapore’s Geylang.