119 Owen Road
Singapore 218924

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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[Tingkat Peramakan]
Have yet to try their Mains, but their Kuehs definitely caught my eye when I walked past the shop.

Kueh Salat (2 for $2.20)
I liked the green layer for its pandan fragrance and flavour, but the rice was not soft enough, and I do find this an issue for most Kueh Salat, because it's usually always lacking in one component or the other.

[Tingkat Peramakan]
Have yet to try their Mains, but their Kuehs definitely caught my eye when I walked past the shop.

Durian Ambon ($1.50)
This was chewy in texture, with a durian flavour that's not really overpowering. Wouldn't say it's the best, and you could give this a miss and try the other kuehs instead.

Lapis Legit OG ($2)
This was pretty fragrant and soft - indeed enjoyable, except that it's pretty pricey.

The set varies from $10-$15 depending on what meat you order. The set comes with 2 sides of which I ordered the chinchalok omelette and sayur masak lemak. The set also comes with a drink and a dessert. The chinchalok omelette could have been done better and was abit too dry (probably overcooked) for my liking. The sayur masak was tasty in that slightly spicy and rich coconut gravy and I like how toasted coconut flakes were sprinkled on top reinforced the coconut flavor. The beef rendang was the star of the show, the generously sized chunks could be pulled apart with a spoon and the thick gravy that coated it was sinful. Would have liked all the dishes to be hotter temperature wise though.

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Ordering for big groups can sometimes prove to be a challenge. Look to this Nyonya powerhouse's popular sets, which range from $10 to $15. All sets include two sides dishesโ€” choose between vegetables, omelette or tauhu. On a main that comes with the set, go with the Nonya Pork Ribs ($8) that's fatty and tangy and perfect for pairing with rice. For sharing, try their Sambal Sotong ($8.80), Sambal Kangkong ($7) and Nyonya Ngoh Hiang ($7). Save space for dessert! The set comes with the regular Chendol ($3) but you can add $1.50 for the luxe Durian Chendol, sporting fresh, sweet durian bits and puree.
Photo by Burppler Doreen Tan

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Pictured is a lunch set for one person, which includes a main dish of Ikan Garam Assam, two sides, a drink and a dessert. And each lunch set is priced affordably priced between $10 to $15. Other main courses include babi pongteh, ayam buah keluak, beef rendang, sambal sotong, sambal ikan, and more.
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To win two sets of these set lunches (choice of any mains and sides available), redeemable at any of @tingkatpm's 4 locations at Owen Road, Marina Square, Alexandra ARC, or Thomson Plaza, simply:
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The five winners will be announced on 15 April 2019. Good luck :)
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And all these years I thought Ivins was the only place that serves cheap and good Peranakan food. I was at Tingkat Peranakan @tingkatpm at Owen Road, and I was surprised by the price and portion of the food. The spread we ordered can easily feed 3-4, and several dishes were actually very good.
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My favorite has to be the Ayam Buah Keluak, which sees two chicken drumsticks served in a thick paste of pure buah keluak sauce. The nonya chap chye was also good, having been cooked till "nuah" and soaked up the gravy which was strong in the taste of hae bee. I also liked that the sambal sotong was very tender.
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The prices of the dishes pictured here are:
Ayam Buah Keluak ($9.53+)
Itek Tim ($2.99+, for 1)
Sambal Sotong ($8.78+)
Seafood Otak ($10.00+)
Babi Pongteh ($7.48+)
Cinchalok Omelette ($5.05+)
Nonya Chap Chye ($5.98+)
Nonya Fried Mee Siam ($7.76+)
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You can however skip the cinchalok omelette, which was lacking in the taste cinchalok, thus reducing it to just any omelette; and the babi pongteh, whose pork wasn't tender enough. But definitely, go for the ayam buah keluak, nonya chap chye and sambal sotong.
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