907 East Coast Road
#01-02
Singapore 459107

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Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

吃得满足 as we dig into bowls of Mie Babi, Ngo Hiang and Mailing Goreng.

Along the stretch of newly open cafes, this place made a refreshing change though it was opened two years back. Selling Indo-Chinese food, the interior was modern chic with neon lights and interesting paintings.

Shown here is their new Mie Keriting Babi Komplit Special ($9.88) which there’s Ayam version too. A bowl of springy indo mee covered with house speciality minced pork, charsiew, roast pork, fried wanton and vegetables. It also comes along with a bowl of wanton soup.

Severely understaffed team that compromises on the experience, even though they're doing their best individually. But this issue is completely forgiven when the food came

I'm trying hard to recall but I believe this is the best roasted duck I've had, if I preclude Peking duck. Shatteringly crisp skin, very well marinated and tender meat, and the spices used were absolutely tantalising. It's so different from the norm, yet it's super easy to love. The sauce was also clean yet unabashedly savoury. Stunning, worth a trip(and 30mins in queue for. Idk if you can reserve but somehow there's a very annoying queue, made worse by the fact that many groups have an inconsiderate leisurely conversation while others are still waiting for their table. Two groups in particular were almost done WHILE WE STARTED QUEUEING, and were still talking when we left. Absolutely incredible)

Overall, the food makes up for the experience but it's by no means an easy carry. Been watching hell's kitchen and this is a classic case of one SS chef carrying the entire team of B grade chefs

Order must be 10pcs, but you can mix and match. Saw previous reviews say everything else wasn't good, just go for the meat

The meats were done really well. I loved the bouncy texture and it's quite interesting how the two types look so similar yet are clearly different. The sweet ones had a well balanced sweetness, and the savoury ones had a tinge of sweet too. Yet they've got their own character. Quite delicious

Really sets the standard for nasi goreng coming out of restaurants. Why should anyone order nasi goreng from a restaurant if it isn't better than from a random hawker?

There's wok hei, there's umami, the ckn tender but firm enough to stand out in the rice, and it's really satisfying yet not oily. The rice grains weren't particularly disparate but it's Hella addictive nonetheless, maybe even because of it. Not the chewy grains, choking wok hei fried rice that's my favourite but this was still an excellent rendition. Must try!

The satay was one of their supposed specialities, but beyond the ‘savoury’ pork option, the other options left much to be desired. The pork intestine and skin is reminiscent of kway chap in hawker centres, which is surprising as they don’t have a charred taste but rather a stewed taste. Overall taste is good but much on the sweet side. Pork taste is strong, so very suitable for those who love meaty dishes.

Verdict: 3/5

Highly recommend the satay here. We went for the 10 piece meat (no intestines or whatsoever), and the texture was really awesome. Noodles was kolo-mee style, quite springy and generally value for money. I’ll return to this place for the satay and ambience. And perhaps to try a few other Indonesian style items.

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