PappaRich (Suntec City)

33 Wishlisted
~$15/pax
At PappaRich you will find authentic and delicious staple Malaysian cuisine in the urban city of Singapore. Designed as a cozy ambience with a trip down memory lane to the good old days of a family get together; or that familiar chit chat space with friends about everything under the sun, all these awaits you at PappaRich where you can indulge in all-time favorites such as PappaNasiLemak, Pappa Chicken Rice, Pappa Curry Laksa, Pappa Prawn Mee, and the deliciously creative drinks menu that fits right to your stomach and warms right up to your heart. Our food preparation is further refined with the high standard of staying true to its ingredients ensuring top quality food is served using the best and freshest ingredients available, the lavish selection on our popular menu will leave you wanting for more. While away from home, you can be sure to find the ease and comfort food at PappaRich to satisfy your hunger!

3 Temasek Boulevard
#02-386 Suntec City Mall
Singapore 038983

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Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Slightly too sweet for our liking (maybe the red bean portion is too much in the mixture)
The 10% service charge and 7% GST make it not that cheap meal.

One of us love their Assam Laksa but another not so much. In general, this dish should be a crowd pleaser with the tangy broth and all herbs. 🌿 a great alternative from nasi lemak. 🤟

When you are not immuned to Hepatitis, cockles are not your best friends!!...🦐🦞🦀😆 so this no-hum request will go on for a while when ordering CKT unless I miss it so bad. Got a few prawns hidden beneath the noodle. The aroma of CKT is there albeit not so strong compared to other places. It is a fuss free lunch dish that I always go for here. 👌😁

Perfect for those who love curry and laksa, their rendition here is a mix of both dish with thick broth packed full of flavours. ⁣

I have eaten this char kway teow more than 5 times in the last 6 months and this really tells a lot - given that I typically shun chain cafes / restaurants.

The wok hei is incredible and the most unimaginable part is that the dish is non greasy - how did the Chef even do that ? The texture of the kway Teow is so QQ - I honestly haven’t tried a similar type of kway teow quality as such .

Paired with some homemade sambal , this dish is a must order .

My only disappointment is the use of the crystal looking prawns 🍤- recalled that I first had the dish with real prawns .

Please bring the real prawns back 😭.....

For most times, I shun chain outlets as such but my first experience with pappa rich a year ago kept me coming back for more .

There’s something unique about pappa rich .
You”ll understand when you take a try at their food . There’s something that screams homemade and that’s pretty unusual ....

In fact , their food reminds me of madam kwan’s food in KL - the same amount of pride and detail in each recipe .

Intrigued, I researched further about pappa rich and read from their website about how they import their ingredients from various parts of Malaysia to all their outlets over the world. Like how their horfun is from Ipoh and that their Kaya is homemade .

The nasi lemak with curry chicken is a must get for me every time I visit pappa rich. The rice is well cooked without being too greasy and matches well with the homemade sambal ( so homemade that you can see onion chunks in their sambal ). The curry chicken is so creamy and aromatic and the potatoes are cooked till soft while the chicken is fresh ( not frozen).

The place that I would go when I need to get a good nasi lemak / curry chicken anytime .

Be sure to try their charcoal toasted bread with homemade kaya . To me , it Beats both the rendition from yakun and Kiliney combined - that’s how good it is .

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