176 Orchard Road
#01-59/60/61/62 The Centrepoint
Singapore 238843

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Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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I think many might find it weird why I ordered my Ayam Geprek ($8) with cheese instead of having it with their chilli, but you really get the best of worlds doing so! Just ask for their wonderful homemade chilli by the side and you have yourself a satisfying cheesy, spicy, flavourful fried chicken to go with your rice 😍 really nothing much to complain about especially when it's also pretty cheap knowing that it's in the town area!

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Was craving ayam penyet and happened to be in town so decided to head here to satisfy my cravings! The ayam penyet here was solid! Crispy, juicy and tender chicken thigh with 5 types of chilli to choose from. I got the belado which was so shiok and fiery! Fried beancurd on the side was so good too! Will be back again definitely!

Came here cuz the Google reviews looked really good. Was unfortunately rather disappointed by the food 😟

The Tahu Telur ($6.90) is tiny, one person portion, and comes with a side of peanut sauce that is not very punchy. The Ayam Bakar ($8) is not very tender but the chilli that comes with it has a good spicy kick. Also ordered the dancing fish ($12.90), which I think is really cheap for a whole fish!

I guess it’s ok for “fast food” and I’d consider it on the cheaper side as well, for Indon food.

No more Fave deal to use for this place but falling in love with their chilli, we are back here again anyway.🌶🌶
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On your right hand is “Ayam Rica” ($7.50) As we find out that Rica means chili in North Sulawesi language. Ayam is chicken as you know. It is a pleasant spicy taste unlike other Sambals we try. We think that maybe they don’t use belachan in this rica type. Any Chef here wanna DM us on IG for this? 🤔
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The top dish is “Bebek Sambal Ijo” ($10.50). The duck has crispy skin with juicy meat topped with green chilli. You simply have to try this dish. 😉Each dish has 2 tofus, colourful prawn crackers, Nasi Putih (rice) $1 each.
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P.S. no GST and service charge

We didn’t expect much when we step into this restaurant as the deco looks like a mash up between high Street Food joint & a retro bistro. It’s a real treat to get the order just right! 👌
🔹 Spicy crispy chicken ✅ “Ayam Penyet” $7.50
🔹 Bebek Sambal ✅ $10.50
🔹Teh tarik $2.50
🔹Nasi Putih $2.0
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The chilli accompanying the mains (red chilli for chicken, green chilli for duck) are superb especially the red one for classic Ayam Penyet. The Bebek (duck) skin might not be crispy as we like but the overall taste is really power! ☄️
We even ask if we can buy their chilli back home! 😋🌶
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📍 Dapur Penyet
176 Orchard Road
The Centrepoint
#01-59/62 Singapore 238843

Fowl versus fowl, duck outweighs chicken in terms of flavour anytime. And I learned, when I ate Dapur Penyet’s “Bebek”, it retains that intensity even when it’s deepfried.
The duck here was by no means a juicy thing. In fact, I would describe it as dry and crispy. Some parts were a bit chewy even. However I rather enjoyed it. The spice rub marinade on the duck made it very tasty and frankly, it’s also due to Dapur Penyet’s ferociously spicy sambal chilli. Slap it on anything for immediate shiok-ness.

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