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Ohh my husband has long waited for having this in Singapore. It came to Sari Ratu Indonesian Restaurant finally. It’s fantastic as the taste is quite authentic. The meat also tender and the gravy has a kick of spices.

Satay lovers, rejoice!

Indomie was your standard indomie, slightly less salty, which was nice. We ordered Level 5 spice for our garlic sambal (you can pick from 1-15) and gosh it was really quite spicy. Chilli was not bad, they grind the chillies in front of you at the store. Fried chicken was okay, nothing too special.

Overall I probably wouldn’t get this same dish again for this price, but I think it’s alright giving it a try.

We ordered Level 4 spice for our garlic sambal (you can pick from 1-15) and gosh it was already quite spicy. Similar spice level to your average chicken rice chilli. Chilli was not bad, they grind the chillies in front of you at the store. Fried chicken was okay, nothing too special.

Overall I probably wouldn’t get this same dish again for this price, but I think it’s alright giving it a try.

My husband rejoiced for this new menu item, he has been waiting for it since long time. And the taste got authentic approval from my husband as we’re Indonesian.

Taste wise, is really close to what we used to eat in Indonesia. The satay gravy was slightly spicy and the meat not too hard. Comes in beef or chicken.

Craving satisfied.

Indonesian Fried Rice with fried marinated chicken, chicken satay & shrimp paste sambal (🌶) and pool side nibbles such as calamari and fat chips were standouts! Keen to try the Satay and Balinese Rice Platter next time!

Cocktails were mediocre, recommend to just go for the standard beer towers at $70++ each.

💰💡: Go on weekdays as there’s no minimum spend required!
📈 Rating: NOT BAD 🌟

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I’ve been craving for some really good 𝐍𝐚𝐬𝐢 𝐆𝐨𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐠 since I went to Indonesia but unfortunately we can’t travel now 😔

That’s why I was so happy to see this on the menu at Sama Sama by Tok Tok! We actually stumbled into this place cuz we couldn’t decide on what else to eat but the food was surprisingly good! 😝

We also ordered other dishes like the 𝐆𝐚𝐝𝐨 𝐆𝐚𝐝𝐨 as well as the 𝐒𝐮𝐩 𝐁𝐮𝐧𝐭𝐮𝐭 and they were all really good. I would definitely return if I’m looking to have some classic Indonesian fare 🤩

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The first time I got introduced to Ayam Penyet was when I was studying in NTU. I was totally blown away by it! However, travelling all the way back to Pulau NTU for a plate of Ayam Penyet is just not feasible. Located just within a short walking distance from Boon Keng MRT, @makanchapter may now be my go to place whenever I’m having malay food craves!

The dishes that I’ve tried are:
Bakar Bakar Set
Nasi Ambeng Set

I really like the 𝐍𝐚𝐬𝐢 𝐀𝐦𝐛𝐞𝐧𝐠 𝐒𝐞𝐭 (serves 2 pax) which comes with 2 drinks, a platter and a pot of lobster curry. All these for only $55! It’s really value for money. I really love the curry as it’s sweet and creamy, totally slurp-worthy! I was wishing for a loaf of bread to go with it😋. Needless to add as you can see for yourself, the lobster was huge, juicy and meaty! Dip the lobster meat into the curry and you’re in for a heavenly meal.

For 𝐏𝐞𝐧𝐲𝐞𝐭, you can find a variety of choices from fried chicken to sotong, fish and prawn. Each Penyet set comes with white rice, sambal, fried tofu, fried tempeh, cucumber and tomato. You definitely do not want to miss out on their Penyet sets as they are all perfectly fried till a crispy gold🤤. They were really fried till crisp, juicy and tender! I gotta highlight that their batter was really tasty and the sambal was flavorful too - fragrant and not too spicy.

For the 𝐁𝐚𝐤𝐚𝐫 𝐁𝐚𝐤𝐚𝐫 𝐒𝐞𝐭 (serves 3-4 pax), you can expect a platter consisting of fish, chicken, prawn and squid, accompanied with white rice wrapped in banana leaf. Kindly note that advance order for this set is advised. Otherwise, waiting time will be around 30 minutes.

@makanchapter provides dine-in, takeaway and catering services. Do check out this cosy dining place when you’re in the area!

📍1076 Serangoon Road, S328180
⏰Opening hours: 12pm to 8pm (Mon to Sat), except Tue till 630pm. Closed on Sunday.

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I’ve known about Tok Tok for years now. I can’t quite say why it took me so long to visit; but I guess it was the combination of Indonesian friends swearing by them for 10/10 authentic Indonesian grub + the complete inability to visit Bali, that finally got me there. And might I say I was disappointed in myself for not having gone there sooner? This Nasi Campur was everything I remember of Bali: fragrant hot rice, a sweet crunchy kicap manis-ridden tempeh, a rich tender rendang, and tons of other tasty af components — served with a fucking punchy sambal on the side. FYI they make a fucking solid teh susu like yo I couldn’t stop reaching for the damn straw.

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#JonApproves 8.25/10 When u are craving for Muslim neighbour cooking,can come here to Makan.
($18) in total. 1)Curry Cabbage - Taste resembles like lontong.
2)Beef rendang - Like the firmness of beef,the chili spice gives the beef the right amount of spiciness
3)Chicken - Saucy and tender.
4) Boiled Eggs - Bouncy, saucy,enjoyable to consume.
5) Tauhu - Oiliness, vegetable and toufu hits the right notes on the tongue,cooked rite. Got some element will shoot up to the nose, not the swab test kind.

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I was looking forward to this as we miss bali a lot! Love how they serve their food on bamboo plate/brown paper. I was utterly disappointed to see the food we ordered came in disposable ware which made the food more like hawker takeout. They seriously need to do something about this and please do not use Covid as an excuse. Food was just alright but on the salty side.


💸: $-

💬: Don't like most sweet & savoury food combis but this one I will make an exception for....
The sweet sauce goes super well with the curry and the fish is super well-fried and thick - what's not to love!

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Hidden gem in Jalan Besar coffeeshop. It’s authentic Indonesian ayam penyet, served with a side yellow tasty soup and fiery sambal. The spiciness is in-your face kind. 👊🔥 Be prepared to order drink before eat the sambal. Shiokk.

Downside, the waiting time could be quite long although not many people there. The lady owner is Indonesian, she’s the sambal queen maker. Kudos for her sambal 👍

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