Rendezvous Restaurant Hock Lock Kee

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Step into our restaurant today, where a wide variety of authentic and popular Western Sumatran nasi padang dishes await you. Tuck into our rich and tantalising nasi padang dishes such as: Chicken & beef rendang, sambal sotong, sambal prawns, chicken korma, chicken goreng, sambal fried fish, curry fish, sambal goreng, sambal brinjal, sambal goreng, sambal eggs. Complete your meal with our delightful chendol or ice kachang.

6 Eu Tong Sen Sreet
#02-72 to 75/77/92 Clarke Quay Central
Singapore 059817

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11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

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The food is excellent as always

Their rendang gravy is damn sedap!!!


Absolutely delicious. My favourite nasi Padang place in singapore.

The rendang curry is so damn smooth.

And the chicken is cooked just right.



My parents use to take my brothers and I to Rendezvous Indonesian Restaurant back in the day when they were located opposite Cathay cinema, where the Rendezvous Hotel presently stands. At this original spot, there was no dining in air-conditioned comfort and no picturesque views. But it didn’t matter because the Indonesian-style dishes they cooked and served in the rather light-starved, rundown coffeeshop, such as the Chicken Korma, Sayur Lodeh and Chicken Liver Lemak, were a delicious enough attraction. I recall a dish with smooth, slightly flattened fish cakes cooked in a light lemak gravy which we always had to order but today, when I visited the restaurant at its current home inside Clarke Quay Central, I didn’t spot it. Not that it mattered as I had ordered more than enough for one person.
On the whole, I found the food they prepare to be still very tasty. The Sambal Goreng (a stirfry of beancurd, long beans, prawns and tempeh in a spicy rempah) and the Chilli Brinjal were shiok but the Rendang Chicken - now that is the one not to be missed.
Not surprisingly, quality comes at a price and it is indeed more expensive to dine here compared to many other Nasi Padang places. For your reference, I paid $28 in total for my solo meal shown above, inclusive of a glass of hot “teh-o”.


It’s been a while since I ate here and am surprised the standard is still good. Yes the mutton rendang was bit too fibrous but the other dishes like the korma chicken, sotong rendang and even the sayur lodeh is good. In fact the sayur lodeh now has prawns and ladies finger in it. Overall for an institution like this I must say it has remained gracefully good.


The curry gravy is rich with coconut milk but not too spicy

Different types of curry chicken available. We recommend the curry squid and fried potato.

Budget around $25 per person. We rate this 8.5/10


The sambal chilli and the chicken curry full of blue ginger and lemongrass flavour was the highlight !

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