166 Jalan Besar
#01-08 Berseh Food Centre
Singapore 208877

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04:30pm - 09:30pm

04:30pm - 09:30pm

04:30pm - 09:30pm

04:30pm - 09:30pm

04:30pm - 09:30pm

04:30pm - 09:30pm

04:30pm - 09:30pm

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Rating: 🌟🌟🌟

Price: SGD 20 for a Platter for 2; Add on $1.30 for Maggi

The Platter for 2 consists of these 15 items: Garlic Chicken, Black Pepper Chicken, Black Pepper Beef, Fresh Beef Slice, Minced Beef, Prawn, Sotong, Quail Eggs, Chicken Egg, Beef Ball, Chicken Ball, Chicken Hot Dog, Crab Stick, Vegetable Basket, and Tang Hoon. The portion is definitely enough to feed 2-3 people.

Initially, I thought they only serve Chicken Soup Base as I read the other reviews and well, there are quite a number of people who feedback --- 'What is Thai Mookata without Tom Yum Soup?' And I totally agree with them. But hey, they do actually serve Tom Yum Soup Base now! So I guess they do actually take customers' feedback very seriously!

Although I really wanted to have Tom Yum, my bf can't really take spicy and so I thought it's best that we go with Chicken Soup Base. And I was not disappointed at all because the food went so well with their sauces. They had this thai sweet and sour sauce that had garlic, chilli padi and a shrimp flavour to it. If you are there, you must have the sauce!

Our virgin halal mookata experience was perfect. Thank you Sedap Thai 💕 We will definitely visit again and perhaps try the Tom Yum Soup Base!

P.S. Sorry for the ugly photo, I didn't manage to take a good one! We were starving and the food was good 😭


For a no-frills mookata experience, look no further than this nondescript stall at Berseh Food Centre in Jalan Besar. Affordably priced at $20 for two, the mookata set at this Halal-certified stall includes a meat and seafood platter, a veggie basket with vermicelli noodles, and two bowls of rice — definitely most value for money! The meat platter comes with a selection of prawns and marinated chicken and beef, so you get a little of everything. The only gripe most have is that they only serve one broth — chicken, with no option for spicy tom yum. If you feel unsatisfied, you can always do as Burppler Alvin Wang did and order a la carte meats to add on for a feast.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Nurul Shamira

The food tasted way nicer than my picture. The mixed platter that you can order for $20 comes in good variety but not so much in quantity, but it's a good choice if you want a little of everything. When we added the ala-carte meats though, the portions were generous. Really enjoyed the garlic chicken and the sliced beef. I think they have a different branch at Woodlands but it seems like it's super crowded there, so this is definitely a good choice if you are looking for Mookata that is halal! (Rating:đŸ˜Ŧ)


For a BBQ steamboat experience, it was worth the price for 2 pax! 👍đŸŧ Affordably priced at $20/- it included a meat and seafood platter, veggie basket with vermicelli noodles & two bowls of rice. It also came with what i believe was chicken stock soup, in a kettle! This added a flavoursome taste with the veggies. The Chilli sauce provided was real good too! Meat was tender and delicious. However, the most disappointing part of my dining experience was not having Thai Tom Yum soup!?!??!?! ( 😟đŸ˜ĩ ) No Thai cuisine would ever be complete without it.... (Same goes with not having iced Thai milk tea! But that's besides the point) I figured we would be given the option of choosing our soup bases but no, the chicken stock soup was fixed to the entire menu. It was a real shame; I felt not having the Thai Tom Yum soup was a real bummer and it didn't really complete my first ever Thai BBQ steamboat experience. It would have probably made my experience more wholesome and fulfilling with it :)

For the price of $20 for a serving for 2 people, you get a platter of meat (chicken and beef - black pepper or plain), some seafood, vegs, balls and sausages as well as tang hoon with chicken soup. I could not get enough of the beef and ended up ordering more. The sauce the accompanies the food items is good too. Overall it was an awesome gastronomical experience of delicious food in a hawker centre.

Just for $20 you get a taste of the different beef and chicken slices, fishballs and vege.