392 East Coast Road
Singapore 428992

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Thursday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

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Fried Chicken Wings, Sambal Ikan Bilis, Long Bean Sambal, Sambal Eggs. Presented in a plate on the menu, the first impression when it came in a hard plastic bento box was a little underwhelming for it just wasn't quite as appetising as it may seem. The rice wasn't quite what I had expected — it carries enough coconut-y aroma on first bite but the flavours seemed to have disappeared a little too quickly and the rice could be more fluffy. Sambal Ikan Bilis were a little limp — lacking crisp while the Sambal Egg was pretty normal with nothing much to shout about. The Long Bean Sambal was soft to the bite while carried evident curry flavours with a good amount of creaminess due to coconut milk, though the actual saver if the whole dish was most probably the chicken wings — no doubt small fried crisp with juices locked in within without thick layers of batter to go through; extremely simple yet flavourful. It's not really worth traveling for given its $11.60 (after GST) price tag especially when it's served in a bento box, but the chicken wings are probably something I might crave for somehow ...

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Bob Seah, the man behind the House of Peranakan Group of restaurants, has launched this new casual concept in East Coast Road. Like the other establishments in the group, the focus here is on authentic Nonya cooking, albeit on more affordably priced set meals and light bites. Bring your family for lunch and start with the moreish Kueh Pie Tee ($6.50 for four pieces) and Tauhu Goreng ($7.90). Then, move on to mains like Nonya Mee Siam ($7.90) and Assam Laksa ($8.90). Both noodle dishes are full on flavour and packed with fresh ingredients. For something even more authentic, try the Peranakan Rice Set ($11.90) — it comes with one main (choose from braised pork, beef rendang and assam fish) along with rice, Nonya chap chye (braised vegetables) and a bowl of soup. Durian lovers, don't miss the Durian Chendol ($6.50), topped with fresh durian puree and homemade gula Melaka.
Avg price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Amie Hu

Yes you can go this morning to enjoy these yummy classics! Check them out soon!
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Tok Panjang Peranakan Cafe
Add: 392 East Coast Road
Closed on Mondays
fb.com/tokpanjangcafe/
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Special thanks to @tokpanjangcafe for the amazing hospitality and foodie friends who attended last night's tasting. 😋👍🏻

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Just like the Poh Piah, the vegetables like turnip and bamboo shoots shreds have to be cut by the knife to maintain better texture and flavour. Coupled with shrimps and home made chilli, you must put the whole thing in your mouth to enjoy the explosion of flavours. And that's how good they are at Tok Panjang. Better still, you can even devour this from as early as 9am when @tokpanjangcafe opens!
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Tok Panjang
Add: 392 East Coast Road
Closed on Mondays
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Hours: 9am to 9pm (Closed on Mon)
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Kueh Pie Tee? Kong Bak Pau? Tauhu Goreng? Assam Laksa? Ngoh Hiang? Among these, mine was Kueh Pie Tee ☺️
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📍Tok Panjang Peranakan Cafe
392 East Coast Road
Singapore 428992
Tel: 9663 3392
Tues to Sunday 9am - 9pm
(Monday closed)
houseofperanakan.com.sg

Assam laksa with a super rich broth of kembong fish stock, tamarind, shallots, galangal, belachan, lemongrass, rojak flower, pineapples, cucumbers, prawn paste... my favourite from the tok panjang feast yesterday!! Folks who love Peranakan food, don't miss out on this new opening on the east coast road.

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