116 Changi Road
Singapore 419718

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11:30am - 02:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm

11:00am - 02:30pm


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Tucked away along Changi Road is a small, unpretentious bistro that sells some of the best Peranakan food I’ve ever had in Singapore.
Rumah Baba Fred’s menu changes weekly so do check in on their Facebook to see what’s cooking.

We were initially there to buy their rice dumplings but couldn’t help give their food a try and it was so so good!

We started off by trying their Lontong, which tasted every thing Lontong should be. It is rich and and extremely lemak (coconuty) and feels like something your Baba Grandmother would whip up during the festive season.
The only thing we felt that was a bit pedestal was the meat patty it came . It didn’t taste like much and didn’t quite go with the Lontong.

Next up was the Mee Siam.
The mee Siam was bursting with flavor and unlike anything we’ve every had before. Every bite just made you feel like having more. Everything was well balanced without each ingredient overpowering each other.

Everything we had that day had soul and you could feel the amount of love that went into each and every dish.

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going there this sat to collect nyonya kueh chang! #burpple #burpplesg

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Bunga Telang, known as blue pea flower, is well known within the peranakan culture. Similar to the mee siam, this is made from scratch by chef. The fish otah is smooth and doesn't have a pungent fishy smell to it.

Chef Fred said to come on Saturday as he has more dishes to offer. Although there are limited space, with the passion to make the great traditional dishes from scratch, this place is a hidden gem for me.


Found this newly opened peranakan eatery run by the family of Baba Fred. Long time home chef Baba Fred said the food here are made from scratch and it clearly shows in this dish. The assam paste has an authentic taste, with good amount of tangy spiciness and fragrance of powdered peanuts. It's a really small store so get cozy.


The Nyonya Bak Chang (not pictured, in my stomach) and the otah are a must order! But I wish the food is served hotter.

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