Rasapura just introduced Good Ol' Taste to boast Singaporean dishes in a foodcourt setting. The 10-course meal comprises of Ng Sio Ah's Bak Kut Teh, Tong Fong Fatt's Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice, Thye Hong's Hokkien Mee and Carrot Cake, Laksa, Huat Huat BBQ's Popiah and Satay, Song of India's Prata and Nasi Briyani, and Ice Kachang. It also comes with a choice of bottled water / tea / coffee. Of all the different dishes, I like the bak kut teh and the carrot cake the most, while the prata is rather underwhelming for my tastebuds. They put really a lot of effort into the details — servers dressed in the Peranakan attire, old-school biscuits available for sale while waiting for our food, and the Peranakan-style disposable bowls. Locals might be rather skeptical about the food standard, but imo the flavours is pretty good and authentic. That being said, this is probably the only place that can give you an experience of having an authentic taste in a modern setting without being too heavy on the pocket.
Monday - Friday 2-5pm
Wanting to try this but the timing puts you off? Do call them at 6506 0161 to make a reservation.