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Ahhh. I can’t appreciate this dish. The English description reads “fish dumpling with peanut sauce” and sounded pretty appetising but aw, when the dish appeared before me, I was skeptical and unfortunately, my skepticism was not unfounded. The “fish dumpling” wasn’t fish in dumplings but rather, some really hard and tough fishcake of sort. Really terrible and the taste was nothing to shout about. The saving grace was the peanut sauce which made the entire dish a little more palatable but even then, the peanut gravy wasn’t outstanding. Never ordering this again.

Incredibly popular place for Indonesia food during lunch time, perhaps due to it’s budget friendly prices (most mains are available on the menu

My parents use to take my brothers and I to Rendezvous Indonesian Restaurant back in the day when they were located opposite Cathay cinema, where the Rendezvous Hotel presently stands. At this original spot, there was no dining in air-conditioned comfort and no picturesque views. But it didn’t matter because the Indonesian-style dishes they cooked and served in the rather light-starved, rundown coffeeshop, such as the Chicken Korma, Sayur Lodeh and Chicken Liver Lemak, were a delicious enough attraction. I recall a dish with smooth, slightly flattened fish cakes cooked in a light lemak gravy which we always had to order but today, when I visited the restaurant at its current home inside Clarke Quay Central, I didn’t spot it. Not that it mattered as I had ordered more than enough for one person.
On the whole, I found the food they prepare to be still very tasty. The Sambal Goreng (a stirfry of beancurd, long beans, prawns and tempeh in a spicy rempah) and the Chilli Brinjal were shiok but the Rendang Chicken - now that is the one not to be missed.
Not surprisingly, quality comes at a price and it is indeed more expensive to dine here compared to many other Nasi Padang places. For your reference, I paid $28 in total for my solo meal shown above, inclusive of a glass of hot “teh-o”.


This eatery serves a lot of meaty dishes but this one really stands out. Crispy skin, tasty meat so good you don’t even need the sweet plum sauce. However it’s a good enhancement if needed. Overall meal is great.


On my plate is the huge chicken drumstick and fish grilled to perfection and topped with their signature black sweet sauce, egg omelette slice, and a huge pile of soft stewed cabbage 😍 The curry chicken is pretty tender and flavourful too 😉 An extremely addictive, sinful and delicious combination which satisfied our tummies well!

The ANTicipated scale ⚖
👅Flavour: 9 ants
💰Value: 8 ants
📍Convenience: 8.5 ants

Grilled, satay, curry... 50% off from eatigo! Share the dishes also! The sauces are nice but may be too much if you eat alone.. #indonesianfood #sgrestaurant #eatigo #burpple

Food here was authentic, and their spices pack a punch. Will come back again! #food #foodphotography #foodie #burpple #sgfoodies #singapore #foodporn #sgfood #foodsg #sg #sgfoodie #noms #nom #eats #sgeats #burpplesg #indonesia #indonesianfood #makanan #makan #bakar

We ordered a full rack of ribs and a kombu seaweed fries to share. The ribs was meaty and yummy and came in quite a big portion. Bill was about 70 for two without alcohol.

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With Burpple Beyond, each diner pays about $30++ at Kintamani. There’s apparently other credit card promotions where it’s 1 for 1 as well for $65, and the staff are kind enough to split the bill so you can use both the Burpple Beyond redemptions (above 8 pax) and the credit card offer.

There was overall a good spread of food at Kintamani, and it was really worth it at the Burpple Beyond price. From the gado gado station, to the main dishes, noodles station, and desserts area, I found the food was actually pretty good! I especially enjoyed the prawn keropok, and used the chilli sauces liberally. The sambal chilli sauces were spicy and oh so shiok 😍 food items I found notable at this buffet were: chicken with green chilli (so tender and packed with flavour from the ground chillies!), curry tofu and egg, curry beef tendon, achar, green mango salad, udang kicap manis, satay and mini red bean pau (this really surprised me as I don’t really like red bean paus, but this was bite sized, plus the filling was awesome since you could feel the texture of the mashed beans inside rather than a paste). As for the desserts, there’s quite a few fruits and Indonesian kueh/cakes/sweets to choose from. I really liked the cake lapis, as well as the chilled durian pengat, and warm green bean with sago soup.

Overall a good buffet, and especially worth it given the 1 for 1 offer! Place does get a little cold so bring a jacket/scarf if needed. The seating is a little cramped too, but it’s not so bad that it’s unbearable, just need to get your friends to shift in their chairs so you can get to the inner seats. :)