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Featuring Peranakan Flavours, Makcik Chicken
Vicky Hwang
Vicky Hwang
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Each order of the Confirm Steeemmm Chicken Rice comes with a hearty portion of fragrant Japanese rice, ginger-and-garlic-infused tender sous vide chicken thigh, hanjuku egg, shredded cucumber, cherry tomatoes, and a trio of sauces that came in separate containers.

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Previously housed in The Ardennes Hotel, this Peranakan restaurant has found a new home along Tan Quee Lan Street. The walls are covered with newspaper clippings of Peranakan Flavours's famed dish — Bakwan Kepiting ($10), a minced meatball and crabmeat soup, and the space is big enough to accommodate large groups, making this place ideal for company lunches or family dinners. Swing by with your colleagues during lunch for their value-for-money sets. Prices start from $8.80 for Nonya Curry Chicken and Babi Pongtey (stewed pork with fermented soy bean), and $10.80 for dishes like Chicken Buah Keluak and Assam Pedas Fish. Each set meal comes with a choice of rice (with pickles and curry vegetables on the side), noodles or bread. The Burpple community loves the House Special Laksa Goreng ($15) — a dry version of the iconic dish that features "noodles that are coated with thick rempah that packs a spicy umami punch", according to Burppler Weekendeatwhat. Don't leave without sharing a bowl of their house made Pulot Hitam ($5); it's thick, not overly sweet and just the way we like it.
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burppler Weekendeatwhat

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