Impian Wahyu

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*Muslim-owned Closed on alternate Sundays

Block 462 Crawford Lane #01-29
Singapore 190462

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Really, really tender. Very sticky, very melt in your mouth and I think it's good in its own way. I normally prefer a slightly less sticky more meaty texture but nothing to fault here. However it lacks a bit of beefiness, not sure if it's the quality of beef or the lack of brining

Soup is alright as well. Very generous portion for 10bucks

This is at the coffee shop at 462

Hidden gem in Jalan Besar coffeeshop. It’s authentic Indonesian ayam penyet, served with a side yellow tasty soup and fiery sambal. The spiciness is in-your face kind. 👊🔥 Be prepared to order drink before eat the sambal. Shiokk.

Downside, the waiting time could be quite long although not many people there. The lady owner is Indonesian, she’s the sambal queen maker. Kudos for her sambal 👍

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Rawon is very normal beef soup made with keluak that can be found in East Java, Indonesia. For the first timer, they might be very disgusted due to the color of the soup. However, its worth to try as it is delicious.

For the rawon at Impian Wahyu, the rawon soup taste a bit too sweet for me that prefer a saltish taste. Inside has one slice of beef meat, and the rawon come with squashed meat aka Empal and Tempe.

One of the things that surprise me is the SAMBAL. The handmade chilli is super nice. The recommended food here bases on the owner is Oxtail Soup or Sup Buntut and Nasi Penyet

Found a stall selling good ayam penyet located in a coffee shop along the busy street of Jalan Besar (opposite Sim Lim Tower).

The chicken was crispy & tender; could be pulled apart easily as well. The accompanying homemade chilli was also excellent, spicy with hints of sweetness. I also love the crispy bits of batter, so sinful but yet so Sedap!

We also ordered the bawal penyet (fried flattened pomfret fish) ($12); the fish was super crispy as well with no fishy smell.


Never know I can find a Ayam Penyet stall here until someone shared about it. Located inside the coffee shop along Jalan Besar, opposite Sim Lim Tower. The stall owners was really friendly, so feel free to ask for more chilli if you want.


Definitely one of my favourite places to eat to date.

The rice is soft, just how I like it. Even the chicken just tears apart easily enough to be eaten with just fork and spoon. Everything is freshly made. Served while it’s still warm. The sambal is the best part. The lingering after effects. The food is affordable too.

Located at a walking distance from Jalan Besar MRT.