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442 Orchard Road
#02-17 Claymore Connect
Singapore 238879

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Enjoy a range of authentic Peranakan bites as part of their all-day tea sets. The set came with petit portions of each items but the extensive spread was filling. The items were generally decent.

Started with a choice of dry laksa or mee siam. Preferred the latter for its punchy sweet-savory-spicy sauce (a little too flavourful actually), while the former was somewhat bland.

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🍬 Durian Pengat, Durian Apom Balek, Kueh Bingka, Nyonya Kueh, Pulot Enti 🍭

Our favourite was the durian pengat which was really gao but just a tad sweet. The rest were alright. Ended with chendol that was pretty generous with ingredients for the portion (albeit the shaved ice was quite chunky and rough), and a comforting, warm cup of lemongrass tea.

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πŸ₯¬ Popiah Goreng, Kueh Pie Tee, Buah Keluak Toast, Prawn Ngoh Hiang, Satay Babi Kongbak Bao, Nasi Ulam 🍚

We liked the kongbak bao which had a crisp and fluffy fried mantou stuffed with pork belly marinated with rendang-like sauce, as well as the heritage rice salad with its aromatic infusion of 7 types of herbs and crispy salted fish.

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The tok panjang set completed with set of desserts.

You could find items like pulot enti kelapa, pulot enti durian, apom bokwa and kueh kosui.

Hidden in Claymore Connect, a small mall under Orchard Hotel; there’s is this Peranakan restaurant with Peranakan decorations.

If you come with at least one friend, I would recommend you to go for their signature tok panjang.

It is a traditional feast that laid out on big table to accommodate kaleidoscope and magnitude of food. The Peranakan have created this extensive tasting menu with 2 options: $48 (LKY) or $68 (WKW).

As I have only another friend with me, so we went for the $48 set.

It comes with a soup which you could choose from either bakwan keli ting or chap chye with duck soup.

3 starters are kueh pie ti, ngoh hiang and nasi ulam.

For the 5 mains we have chicken buah keluak, chicken & pork rendang, fried fish stuffed with sambal and chap chye.

The set also included individual rice, sambal balachan and condiments.

It is definitely a festive meal we have here, with different types of main for us to enjoy.

A whooping 800gm of deliciousness! The pork was succulent and so full of flavour, and it went really well with the different types of nyonya sauces too! Served on a bed of golden egg fried rice which was pretty tasty as well. This is good for sharing among 3-4pax.

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