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442 Orchard Road
#02-17 Claymore Connect
Singapore 238879

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Which is your favourite Peranakan dessert? 😍
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Look at this beautiful dessert platter consisting of: Apom Bokwa Pisang Pengat (pancakes in banana sauce), Pulot Enti Kelapa (glutinous blue pea rice with coconut), Kueh Binga (tapioca cake), Kueh Kosui (gula melaka pudding-cake) and my favourite Durian Pengat (creamy durian puree)!
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Available as part of the Vegan Tok Panjang set (S$48++/68++). To prepare this vegan set, the chefs also had to tweak the traditional recipes (e.g. vegans cannot take butter). Hard work indeed! .
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If I didn't tell you, would you believe that this soup was vegan? 🌱
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The bakwan kepiting soup, a Peranakan dish, is traditionally made with prawns, crab meat, pork and pork bones. To appeal to a more diverse groups of diners, The Peranakan recently launched a vegan Tok Panjang set, with this omnipork soup being one of the dishes.
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The soup was a combination of papaya and cabbage, and overall flavourfully sweet. The best part though was the "meat" balls! They taste almost the same as the usual ones, with even the textures right on point with chewy tendons! Psst: We heard that the "meat" balls are made of soy, rice, shitake mushroom etc. Can't believe it! 😜
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Who has friends coming to Singapore during this upcoming F1 weekend? If so, invite them over to The Peranakan for some authentic Peranakan (Straits Chinese) food!
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Interestingly, apart from the usual menu, the restaurant offers their famous Tok Panjang set in vegan option. 🌱 Just look at the smorgasbord of food here.
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The chefs took 6 months to perfect the menu, to ensure that the flavours aren't compromised. Indeed, we found that the dishes overall tasted similar to the real stuff and we felt less (calorie)-guilty, knowing that our dinner was largely vegetable and soy-based. My favourite was the Nasi Ulam although it was recreated without the usual minced fish/ salted fish.
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Btw, you need to try their Sambal Belachan too. The usual dried shrimps were replaced by seaweed, but still just as good. Shiok!
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Think you can handle any level of spiciness? Love spicy food and want to try something unique?
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Our recommendation is the Devil's Curry, a Eurasian dish prepared by Chef Lionel Chee (@lionelcheeguide) using a medley of ingredients including sausage, cabbage and potatoes.
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Unlike other types of spicy food where the spiciness goes away after a while, this one was just so intense. The mustard, together with chilli 🌶️, totally elevated this dish to the pinnacle of the spiciness index!🔥
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The Eurasian Peranakan menu is available every Sunday from now to 14 July as part of The Peranakan's Kamcheng Peranakan Festival 2019. The menu features this dish and more on a rotational basis.
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The décor is in the flamboyant style of Peranakan (rather than the discrete style like True Blue Cuisine), but it's charming nonetheless. The food is very good, although the signature Nasi Ulam is less fragrant and delish than the version made by my Nonya friends at home. The Assam Pedas Fish Head and the Sup Bakwan Kepiting are yummy, though. The service staff are very helpful, even if they don't roam the dining room often. A bit pricey, but all good Baba-Nonya restaurants in Singapore are! Overall, very good, even if there’s no durian, pecan or aloevera for your clan at The Peranakan.

The décor is in the flamboyant style of Peranakan (rather than the discrete style like True Blue Cuisine), but it's charming nonetheless. The food is very good, although the signature Nasi Ulam is less fragrant and delish than the version made by my Nonya friends at home. The Assam Pedas Fish Head and the Sup Bakwan Kepiting are yummy, though. The service staff are very helpful, even if they don't roam the dining room often. A bit pricey, but all good Baba-Nonya restaurants in Singapore are! Overall, very good, even if there’s no durian, pecan or aloevera for your clan at The Peranakan.

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