54 Zion Road
Singapore 247779

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm



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1 for 1 Burrple deal. Seafood nasi goreng was delicious - slightly spicy with a good amount of seafood. Also ordered the chicken curry. Food was served quickly. Good service!

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Slightly sweet, but overall food is tasty and most importantly is piping hot, not the microwave kind.

For dinners with the family (and even extended family), this 90-seater Halal certified space in Zion Road sets the perfect mood for an authentic Indonesian feast, with the reasonable prices being a great bonus. With a smogasbord of dishes from around Indonesia, there is bound to be a dish for even the pickiest eater in the family. For fuss-free dining for a party of four, share the Combo Bakaran ($50.80), a combination of squid, prawns, chicken, satay and the excellent grilled black pomfret. Add on a portion of Sate Ayam Madura (charcoal-grilled chicken skewers, $9.80) and a vegetable dish of your choice for a fulfilling meal. Other dishes that keep us coming back include the Tahu Telor (tofu omelette, $8.80), hailed to be one of the best renditions you can find in Singapore, the Ayam Goreng Cabe Hijau (fried chicken served with a smoking green chilli sambal, $8.80) and the super tender Rendang Sapi (beef rendang, $9.80).
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Jayne Tan


Sweet and tender coconut marinated fried chicken. It was so easy for me to peel the chicken and eat. Taste could have been slightly better

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Requested without Chilli in it and to my surprise, it was really good. It gives me a calm feeling instead of me going thru harsh spicy moments with it haha



The fish was good. I liked it. Thru 'Eatigo' app discount of 50% was only $11.4



Was alright, but expensive for that price above. I went thru 'Eatigo' app where I get 50% discount. So can say it's fine.

For your next family dinner, gather the troops for an Indonesian feast at IndoChili, a stylish yet laidback restaurant at Zion Road. The menu is a smogasbord of dishes from around Indonesia so there is bound to be a dish for even the pickiest eater in the family, and we love how affordably priced the dishes are! Keep it simple and go straight for the Combo Bakaran ($50.80), a combination of squid, prawns, chicken, satay and the excellent grilled black pomfret. This is perfect for a hungry party of four — order an extra portion of the chunky and smokey Sate Ayam Madura (charcoal-grilled chicken skewers, $8.80) and a vegetable of your choice, and you're all set. If you have space for dessert, try the Es Cendol ($5.80) and Kue Lapis Legit ($1.90 a slice), both of which Burpple Tastemaker Rachel Xie declares to be the best she's had in Singapore.
Avg price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Jayne Tan

That green chili sambal is absolutely addictive. Sitting atop crispy fried chicken, this is a die die must try, especially if you're just 2 pax. We almost ordered another cos it was so good, and we would've if we weren't so full!


Grilled black pomfret, squid, prawns, satay and chicken. This was so so good. If you're in a party of four or more, I say order this and a veg to share, and maybe an extra order of the satay (it's chunky and smoky and smothered in sauce) that's so good! The black pomfret was completely destroyed by the end of the meal, we'd chomped on every possible part, so tasty. Really enjoyed my family dinner here, you should consider it too!!

Throwback to a massive internal tasting I had last week at IndoChili (I had all this AND MORE), which, in my opinion, serves up some of the most scrumptious Indonesian and Peranakan delights ever.

I loved practically everything, although my standout faves had to be the curry chicken; amazingly tender leg of meat imbued with a lovely fusion of coconut milk and Indonesian spices, the beef rendang; the meat is slow-cooked for 4-6 hours so it breaks down into this pulled texture that's so toothsome and easy to eat, and the tahu telor; blocks of tofu and eggs are thrown into bubbling hot oil and shallow-fried together until they turn into this mess of crispy, golden-brown goodness, and served with keropok and a piquant chilli-peanut-kecap manis sauce.

But the one dish that really stole my heart was the chicken satay, where skewers of chicken are grilled over charcoal until smoky and lightly charred, drizzled with kecap manis, and plated with the most incredibly delicious peanut sauce I've ever tasted – the gooey, chunky concoction is made from scratch and consists of "peanut jam" and crunchy chopped peanuts. You HAVE to try this!

Everything pictured here will be available at Palette at Capitol Piazza, opening mid-June!

I've found possibly the best chendol and kueh lapis in Singapore.

The Es Cendol is a riot of colour, with heaps of red beans, diced jackfruit and plump ribbons of the namesake jelly crowning the top of gula Jawa-drenched ice. (Gula Jawa is Indonesian palm sugar, which is sweeter and richer than gula melaka). The emerald-hued cendol itself is a winner – it's made with Indonesian flour and has a slightly chewier bite.

And that Kue Lapis Legit is legitimately good. It's not too greasy, and has a mellow, buttery taste and fragrance nuanced with spices – they cinnamon is distinct, but not overpowering.

Look out for these Indonesian delicacies, which will be available at Palette at Capitol Piazza come June!

Great blend of flavours

A very tasty set meal of rice wrapped in banana leaf serves with fried chicken, salted fish, tempe and fried tofu. A very traditional Indonesian meal. Yummmmmy!

Fish fried nicely to be honest i just love fish. Price: SGD$10.80

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