The Peranakan Restaurant at Claymore Connect

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Having my dinner with Steph and Eve at The Peranakan Restaurant. 


The Peranakan Restaurant, authentic Straits cuisine restaurant in Singapore. Executive Chef Raymond Khoo and his team serve three generations of delicious ‘mesti-cuba’ (must-try) Peranakan recipes, lovingly handed down by the Nonyas and Babas in his family, now brought to your table.
They are currently, the only Peranakan restaurant along the Orchard road belt in Singapore and the only restaurant to serve a ‘Tok Panjang’a grand Peranakan feast, once served at the turn of the century, by wealthy Straits families to mark special occasions like weddings, anniversaries and important birthdays.
They also offer a 6 course degustation menu and a Chef’s Table Set Menu alongside their regular Ala carte menu.
And if you like to bring the experience home, please take away some of the celebrated nonya cakes and desserts that they will have available at the Takeaway Counter!


Started off our dinner with a cup of good sake! Surprising fact, it feel good to have a cup of sake before you start off your dinner. 

Quote my name "Jthejon" for $1 off for sake. 



TOK PANJANG FEAST MENU $45/$65 per pax 

Refers to a feast laid out on long tables to accommodate the kaleidoscope and magnitude of food specially prepared for very special guest. Here the team of chefs has selected two extensive tasting menus all laid out in a tok panjang style presenting just for you. Enjoy your feast! Inclusive of the signature soup, chef’s dessert platter and choice of malacca coffee or tea. Each order Minimum 2 persons to share.

The items: 
  1. Kueh Pai Tee
  2. Nasi Ulam
  3. Prawn Ngoh Hiang 
  4. Ikan Goreng Sambal Tau Cheo 
  5. Ikan Goreng with Kichap Manis 
  6. Ayam Buah Keluak
  7. Satay Babi
  8. Beef Randang 
  9. Chap Chye
  10. Chef's Dessert Platter
  11. Coffee/Tea
  12. Sambal Udang
  13. Sotong Masak Asam
  14. Ayam Goreng ketumbar
  15. Terung Chinchalok
  16. Durian Pengat 
1-11 is for $45++, add on 12-16 for $65++.

Our top 3 favourite dish was Satay Babi, Sotong Masak Asam, Sambal Udang. 


The dessert is the must to try dish! They used Mao shan wang durian to make their dessert! 

My Verdict:
We all enjoyed our dining experience at The Peranakan Restaurant, their dessert and kueh was good. If you are in town, why not give it  a try.


The Peranakan Restaurant 
392 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428992
Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday: 9am-9pm
Contact: 6738 1683


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Jthejon

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