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Peranakan Restaurants in Singapore

Discover modern fusion at Singapore’s Peranakan restaurants

If you think fusion food is a modern fad, you clearly haven’t sampled the fine fare at Peranakan restaurants in Singapore. With a history dating back centuries, this intriguing blend of Chinese cuisine and spicy aromatic Malay cooking is now firmly mainstream, attracting foodies in search of exotic dining. So whether you’ve got a birthday coming up or if you’re just hankering for some toothsome chow that’s sure to set your tastebuds alight, check out Quandoo’s guide to the finest Peranakan restaurants in Singapore.

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INDOCAFÉ - The White House

Newton
Asian$$$$
5.1/664

PeraMakan

Harbourfront
Asian$$$$
5.2/623

Straits Chinese Restaurant – Keck Seng Tower

Tanjong Pagar
Asian$$$$
4.6/643
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True Blue Cuisine

River Valley
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5.0/64

The Curry Wok

Bukit Timah
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5.5/611

San Guo Grilled Fish

Geylang
Asian$$$$
4.8/64

WAN • 玩晚碗

Promenade
Asian$$$$
3.8/64
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Good Time Eat Drink

East Coast
Asian$$$$
4.0/62

The Peak Bistro

Toa Payoh
Asian$$$$
3.3/66

Kopi Tiam

City Hall
Asian$$$$
4.0/64

Yan Huai Jiangsu Restaurant

Geylang
Asian$$$$

Upin Hot Pot

Chinatown
Asian$$$$
4.9/621

Switzer Alliance

Toa Payoh
Asian$$$$
5.0/621

Xin Divine

Tanjong Pagar
Asian$$$$

Candlenut

Dempsey
Asian$$$$
5.2/6276

Spize - Temasek Club@Rifle Range

Bukit Timah
Asian$$$$
4.8/665

SuperTree By Indochine

Bayfront
Asian
4.4/658

Uncle Leong Seafood - Toa Payoh

Toa Payoh
Asian$$$$
4.5/630

Dulukala Peranakan Restaurant

Bukit Timah
Asian$$$$
4.4/628

Spize - River Valley

River Valley
Asian$$$$
3.9/625
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    The essence of Peranakan dishes

    A word meaning ‘native born’, Peranakan refers to the descendants of Chinese immigrants who married locals in the Malay Peninsula during the 16th-18th centuries. Living mainly in cities such as Melaka, Penang and Singapore, they created their own distinctive grub that fuses Chinese cuisine with the incendiary power of local Malay ingredients such as galangal, tamarind, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, pandan leaves and turmeric. When blended together, these piquant ingredients form the rempah, the potent brew that gives zest to the food served in Singapore’s fine Peranakan restaurants.
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    Traditional fusion for the 21st century

    So what can you expect at traditional Peranakan restaurants in Singapore? The quintessential dish is ayam buah keluak, a stew made from chicken and black nut from the Kepayang tree native to Malaysia and Indonesia. Another traditional treat is otak-otak which comprises fish, coconut milk, herbs and spices, wrapped up in a banana leaf. If you love Chinese duck, enjoy it Peranakan-style in the form of itek tim – a soup with tomatoes, peppers, and plums. Peranakan fare also boasts a rich array of desserts including mouth-watering cakes (kuih).
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    Your choice of Peranakan restaurants in Singapore

    Singapore has always been home to Peranakan cuisine but it wasn’t until the 1980s when it was promoted as a part of the rich palette of the local culture. Today, this unique cuisine is undergoing another renaissance as young people discover its subtle pleasures at Singapore’s Peranakan restaurants. Take your choice between pocket-friendly street food and buzzy new restaurants with all the trimmings. For a richly atmospheric experience, head to INDOCAFÉ - the white house in Newton. The Peranakan on Orchard Road with its striking traditional decor and accessories, while a more casual vibe awaits diners at Simply Peranakan Cuisine in Punggol. The choice is yours when it comes to Singapore’s Peranakan restaurants. Take your pick from the list of restaurants on Quandoo and reserve your table now.