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  • Want to take a bite out of the best dishes in Singapore? Discover delicious Peranakan restaurants based on price, location, and more. Find the top spots for your next lunch or dinner faster than you can say "yes please!" to dessert.

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    Restaurant TingKat PeraMakan in Farrer Park, Singapore

    TingKat PeraMakan

    Farrer Park
    Peranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    Farrer ParkPeranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.2/6
    270 reviews
    Cosy
    5.2/6
    270 reviews
    TingKat PeraMakan
    Cosy
    Restaurant Chilli Padi Nonya Restaurant 辣椒香 in Joo Chiat, Singapore

    Chilli Padi Nonya Restaurant 辣椒香

    Joo Chiat
    Peranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    Joo ChiatPeranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.2/6
    48 reviews
    Casual
    5.2/6
    48 reviews
    Chilli Padi Nonya Restaurant 辣椒香
    Casual

    True Blue Cuisine

    River Valley
    Peranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    River ValleyPeranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.0/6
    80 reviews
    5.0/6
    80 reviews
    True Blue Cuisine

    Godmama

    City Hall
    Peranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    City HallPeranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    4.9/6
    43 reviews
    RomanticCasual
    4.9/6
    43 reviews
    Godmama
    RomanticCasual

    Straits Chinese Nonya - Esplanade Mall

    City Hall
    Peranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    City HallPeranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    4.7/6
    42 reviews
    4.7/6
    42 reviews
    Straits Chinese Nonya - Esplanade Mall

    Straits Chinese Restaurant – Keck Seng Tower

    Telok Ayer
    Peranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    Telok AyerPeranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    4.6/6
    69 reviews
    Casual
    4.6/6
    69 reviews
    Straits Chinese Restaurant – Keck Seng Tower
    Casual
    New

    Straits Bakery

    Clarke Quay
    Peranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    Clarke QuayPeranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    Casual
    Straits Bakery
    Casual
    New

    Nyonyas & Gentlemen Restaurant

    Katong
    Asian Fusion Restaurant

    $$$$

    KatongAsian Fusion Restaurant

    $$$$

    Casual
    Nyonyas & Gentlemen Restaurant
    Casual

    Chilli Padi Tok Panjang restaurant

    Kent Ridge
    Peranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    Kent RidgePeranakan Restaurant

    $$$$

    4.8/6
    17 reviews
    CosyCasual
    4.8/6
    17 reviews
    Chilli Padi Tok Panjang restaurant
    CosyCasual
    1. 1.

      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.