19 Tanglin Road
#04-10/13 Tanglin Shopping Centre
Singapore 247909

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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This was a lunch menu catered for some students we were hosting.

The tahu telur (bottom right corner) was definitely a major highlight. Cubes of egg tofu were deep fried to a crispy golden brown and topped with a halo of deep fried egg white. It was doused with some a thick, sweet and spicy dark sauce. The combination of silky tofu and deep fried batter was heavenly. The egg white halo soaked up the sauce and turned it into dripping strings of deliciousness which I ate like noodles. And that delightfully savory sauce coated everything with its perfect balance of sweetness and tanginess.

Another highlight was their signature fried chicken (top right corner). Served piping hot, the strong whiff of Indonesian spices shone through with every bite. The breast meat was not dry but instead tore apart easily, and the meat inside glistened with chicken juice. I was so impressed because it wasn't the least bit oily despite its delightful crispiness.

Finally, their chendol which (not pictured here) finished off our delicious meal with a bang. Served with coconut milk and gula melaka with bits of sago spooned into the bottom, it was sweet, rich and the perfect respite from Singapore's heat.

All in all, really delicious, authentic, well-executed Indonesian food with familiar, time-tested flavors. I loved the food here.


One of the best beef rendang dishes you can find in Singapore. They also have a good dessert menu. Around 20-30 SGD per person.


I'd say, order this unless you really crave for something super deep fried. Have tried better Indon fried fish than this. 💁🏻

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Not too bad, though my Grandma does it much better than the restaurant. So I'd say, try it if you haven't tried Gado Gado because how can you not!? Otherwise, just give it a miss.

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This is soooo good! I can only drool over my picture! Sadly, I didn't notice how much it costs. My guess is about $10?


What's left of our team lunch - Tahu Telur, Ikan Pepes, Beef Rendang, Gado Gado, Sayur Lodeh, Satay, tempeh and Sup Buntat