107 North Bridge Road
#04-07 Funan
Singapore 179105

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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The desserts here were really fun to try because of they have never-before-seen flavours. Guess that's where all Godmama's "modernity" went because their savoury dishes don't seem that modern to me. Good effort but my unadventurous tastebuds found the way the flavours blended a bit jarring.

Cempedak Creme Brulee ($10.90) 🍮 4/10
The creme brulee was quite lumpy with the bits of cempedak in it, which was very strong. I didn't enjoy this much because of the overwhelming taste of cempedak and the lacklustre texture.

Gingerflower & Lychee Sorbet ($10.90) 🍨 6/10
This sorbet is prepared by Apiary and topped with roasted peanut crumble and lime jelly. The main notes of lychee were light and refreshing but I found the vegetal gingerflower aftertaste quite jarring.

Pulut Hitam Panna Cotta ($8.90) 🍮 5/10
The coconut panna cotta tasted and felt like the green part of peranakan kueh salat. Nothing like regular panna cotta and nowhere as silky or jelly-like. Fun but I wouldn't name it Panna cotta.

Sticky Red Date Pudding ($9.90) 🌰 8/10
I actually liked this the most because of the dense pudding and the vanilla ice cream!

With that five spice and star anise kick, the soy sauce was wonderful drizzled over the accompanying butterfly pea rice. I just thought the pork belly could be braised a little longer for that melt in your mouth feeling.

Godmama was rated the top best restaurant by chope users in 2019, and they boast an interestingly decorated interior as well as "modern peranakan" fare. In the evenings, I've seen diners sipping craft beers alfresco, amongst some greenery and fairy lights.

I personally came here for lunch and expected to taste some interesting peranakan-fusion picks and expertly cooked traditional dishes. Unfortunately, the only savoury fusion dish was buah keluak pasta. I think most of their dishes' "modernity" lies in their pretty creative desserts, my favourite of which was the sticky red date pudding. ((Coming in part 3!))

Overall, they do the traditional dishes decently well but I didn't find them particularly inspiring. 😓

Beef rendang ($14.90) 🐄 7/10
This lunch set comes with chap chye, butterfly pea jasmine rice, and a small amount of achar. The curry was full of flavour but the meat was a quite tough and dry inside, unfortunately!

Emping Keropok ($6.90) 🌶️ 7/10
These crackers were glistening in freshly-fried glory, but didn't have much of their usual bitter taste. The belacan mayo they were served with had a delayed-action spiciness that kicks in after you taste the mayo -- slightly jarring but definitely very unique.

Ngoh hiang ($11.90) 🍤 7/10
These fresh balls of minced pork and prawns were freshly and well fried. You can't really ever go wrong with ngoh hiang and these were no exception.

Otak ($9.90) 🍥 6/10
I don't think the otak was good because they lacked a grilled wok hey flavour. They were kind of undercooked and mediocre. Maybe it's just personal preference too.

Sayur Lodeh ($12.90) 🍛 8/10
Very aromatic and flavourful. I actually enjoyed this the most out of all the dishes because of its great balance between the coconut milk and other spices.

The rendang was deliciously thick and spicy, but unfortunately the beef cubes were a tad tough.

The squid was soft and chewy, and the sambal broth tasted light. Generally a pleasant dish, but not particularly outstanding that would warrant a return.

This was LIFE-CHANGING. I am truly embarassed to say, as a half-Peranakan, that I had no idea babi pongteh could taste so delicious until I tried Godmama's rendition. The stew was aromatic and you could really taste the blend of crushed spices. The babi was unbelievably tender as well.