213/215 Geylang Lorong 7
Singapore 389273

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05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

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05:00pm - 11:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Unlike other coffeeshops where mookata is the only offering in the night, Golden Mookata shares the spotlight with a couple of other stalls (get the affordable beer tower from the drinks stall!). This makes it good for big group dinners where not everyone wants to have grilled meats. That said, almost every table inadvertently orders it thanks to its affordability and tasty ingredients. Share an appetiser of Crispy Golden Thai Pork Belly ($15) β€” freshly fried slices of fatty pork belly that Burppler Shaowei Ho loves to dunk in the spicy sauce! For the mookata, the Special Set for Two ($22) that comes with chicken, pork, seafood and vegetables is a good start. Then, add on Baby Bamboo Clams ($5), Taiwan Sausages ($2.50) and the Special Golden Bak Kwa ($4) for the ultimate indulgence!
Avg Price: $30 per person
Photo by Burppler Shaowei Ho


Having been abroad for almost the last decade, this was my first mookata experience (or at least the only one I can recall), and I'm pretty sure it's not going to be my last. Golden Mookata is located in a corner coffee shop and serves up yummy cuts of meat, seafood and even "bak kwa" for you to grill at affordable prices!

We ordered the "Special Set for 2" ($22) which included garlic chicken thighs, marinated chicken thighs and pork belly, black tiger prawns, mussels and a whole bunch of sides with vegetables. Don't forget to order the "Special Golden Bak Kwa" ($4) that will make your broth slightly sweet and oh-so flavorful, and the "Crispy Golden Thai Pork Belly" ($15) to enjoy as you wait for your items to cook!


It's almost impossible to resist ordering this when the menu puts "most popular", "crispy" and "pork belly" all for just one item. Also since it's cooked already, it's a pretty good thing to have so you can snack on as your mookata items get cooked.

For $15, I felt it was slightly towards the pricey side. But once you have taken a piece, dunk it into that spicy sauce and start that party in your mouth... it's all worth it!


no I haven't and this was our virgin attempt

the pork slices are home made and the menu does not even offer it. all you gotta do is to write at the bottom of your order that you want these flavorful slices.

served them raw, you get to grill up your bak kwa. very very tasteful

comes in two flavours - black pepper and original


Because @dawn.musk wanted mooks. The tom yum marinade here is da bomb. πŸ‘πŸ‘ .


originally wanted to try the Kim keat hokkien mee but they were sold out at 7!

happy eats everyone! let's hope Sunday passes slowly