498 Jurong West Street 41
Singapore 640498

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05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

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got the set for 2 with a selection of seafood - scallops, prawns, sotong & crabmeat as well as a few types of normal meat (pork, chicken) + veggies. got extra cheese tofu, thai maggi noodles, king oyster mushroom and beef! This was actually too much for 3 (girls) and unfortunately we couldn’t finish everything... but it was really comforting on a cold day :~) would definitely recommend if eating with family/a group of friends.

you will smell like bbq afterwards for sure though!!!

This fuss-free mookata chain is a fail-proof option when you're craving a BBQ fix. Located within heartland coffeeshops in neighbourhoods like Jurong West, Bedok and Ang Mo Kio, Bangkok Street dishes out hearty mookata sets at affordable prices — perfect for penny-pinching students! Go for the Platter for Two ($22) that comes with prawns, crayfish and vegetables. Unlike other mookata joints that have different soup bases, Bangkok Street keeps it simple with just one — chicken soup. Add on crowd favourites like Streaky Pork Bacon ($1.90), Luncheon Meat ($1.90) and King Oyster Mushroom ($1.50) for the full works. For the big finale, finish off with cooking instant noodles and a fluffy beaten egg in the flavourful soup. 
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burppler Jin Low


A good place in the west of Singapore. The best part would be that it opens till late! Food is generally clean, doesn't give me the thought that I might get food poisoning. Portion is also alright. Best for rainy days!


Being the first time experience, there is no comparison which I can make. FOOD: My friend and I did not opt for the 2-people set. We browsed the ala carte and chose about 10 dishes (without rice/noodle). Some of the dishes have generous portion, some. After all, our stomachs were much satisfied. PRICE: We spent $22 for the meal, which I think is pretty reasonable for 2 pax. AMBIENCE: Great ambience. There's some music being played, sometimes Chinese songs sometimes English songs. Nice place to catch up with friends, talk at whatever volume you want, remove your slippers and sit like a Buddha. It's a typical kopitiam. Perhaps there's enough smoke from the stove, no one in the vicinity was smoking. SERVICE: Everything was easy and smooth from sitting down to ordering, out of gas to paying. The shop owners/waiters/waitresses were so friendly. CONCLUSION: I'm going back again for supper.


They have nice marinated meat, scallop, cheese tofu, liver etc all at affordable price. Hate how other mookata places make it so expensive. When it's just another steamboat

Hahahah my first time having mookata! My girls treating me cos I'm broke and to celebrate my escape from exams 5ever hehe. Don't think we ordered a lot but the mookata dude seemed shocked by our capacity to eat lololol. Thank you my loves ❤️ #mookata #dinner #woohoo #omnomnom #bffs #ktkyyy