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107 North Bridge Road
#04-07 Funan
Singapore 179105

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

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Food is surprisingly good and that explains the number of reservations during the weekend. We went really early around 6pm which is the opening hour for the restaurant for dinner. Food was pretty good and great ambience outdoor. But still, nothing beats the peranakan food in Malacca!

For this menu from Godmama Peranakan Restaurant, the Alchemy Fibre Powder Blend has been added into the jasmine rice infused with blue pea flower, and not only does it not alter the taste and texture, it makes the rice healthier through a slower digestion rate in your body upon consumption. In addition to a resulting slower digestion rate, the Alchemy Fibre is also high in prebiotic fibres to improve gut and heart health to boost overall general immunity.

Pictured is the Set Menu for 2 ($48) which comes with two portions of the jasmine rice, that contains Alchemy Fibre, and to go with it, there are Ayam Buah Kelak (a chicken stew with fermented black nuts), Nyonya Chap Chye (medley of vegetables that is stewed in rich prawn stock) with an appetiser of Emping Belinjo Crackers and rounding off with an excellent Pulut Hitam Panna Cotta that we just could not get enough of. On a side note, do also get their White Brew ($6) coffee, roasted with a blend of Brazilian and Ethiopian coffee beans that has a balanced and nutty flavour note, perfect for a thirst quencher during the day.

When you order from their online website (link below) from now to 31 August, you get to enjoy 20% off ala carte items when you enter the promo code JULIUS20 before checkout.
✨ Godmama Peranakan Restaurant
📍 107 North Bridge Road, Funan, Unit 04-07, Singapore 179097
🛵 https://ordernow.godmama.sg/
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The newest restaurant on this list, Godmama doesn't skimp when it comes to providing top-notch Peranakan. Burppler Mushy Munching loved "how the dishes tasted just like home cooked food, and indeed, the stewed / braised meats were so tender that it felt like they were slow cooked for one entire day." If you're looking for something unique, try the Egg Skin Popiah ($6.50), balancing soft, crunchy, and sweet altogether in a silky thin egg crepe skin.

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I had my reservations about this fusion dessert, but it far exceeded my expectations!! The panna cotta ($8.90++) is light but creamy, topped by a layer of coconut jelly with coconut shavings. It sits amid black glutinous rice, individual grains still distinct despite its stickiness. The components complemented each other perfectly - it embodies the traditional flavours without being too sweet. Definitely an innovative rendition of a classic dessert!

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Was really excited to try Godmama after reading all the rave reviews about it! We ordered set menu C ($88+) for our Mother’s Day celebration. Opted to collect from the restaurant - there was some delay, but that’s understandable given the high volume of orders. The staff had great service recovery :-)

For appetisers, the set came with emping belinjo keropok, fried wings, ngoh hiang and otah. The crackers were slightly bitter from the belinjo, but really addictive and we quickly chomped through the box. The mid wings, fried in a spice mixture, were extremely tasty. Particularly enjoyed the ngoh hiang, which had a generous bite of prawn & minced meat in crispy beancurd skin. The otah was another favourite with its spicy kick and abundant mackerel!

The rice was served with achar. For mains, we had ayam buah keluak, babi asam and chap chye. The chicken was very tender and fell apart easily! The black nut flavour wasn’t very evident in the gravy, but it packed a tangy spiciness. The pork belly melts in your mouth and the tamarind comes through cleanly, with a sour tinge characteristic of asam. The chap chye had a great mix of vegetables in a rich broth.

The set also came with their signature pulut hitam panna cotta! Greatly enjoyed the food - would love to have a meal at the restaurant when restrictions ease 🌟

This was a rather unusual pairing, which turns out to be nice union that was quite refreshing. One of the more interesting desserts I have tasted till date. Note that mine here is lacking the peanut crumble due to allergy so that the taste might differ slightly!

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