Thai, Mookata, Hidden Gem Siam Square Mookata mookata-havelock “FEEL AT HOME WITH SIAM SQUARE MOOKATA & CONNECT OVER FOOD” For the uninitiated, Mookata is a Thai Barbeque Steamboat (perfect marriage between these two), that has been firing up in Singapore during the recent years. “Mookata” loosely translates “Moo” as Thai Pork and “Kata” as Skillet. It originated from Northern Thailand. SIAM SQUARE MOOKATA (SSM) is considered one of the few pioneers MOOKATA Restaurant in Singapore. Our main outlet at Havelock Road opened its door on June 21 2013 and it has since expanded to other outlets within a few months such as Woodlands, Jurong Gateway and at Eunos Crescent respectively. Please be informed at different outlets, there are different operating hours, so it’s best to call to check to avoid disappointment. At SSM, we served authentic Thai Mookata and we have many reasons as to why we STAND OUT from other Mookata’s. We served ONLY theBEST and ALL our ingredients are freshly bought and replenished daily to maintain the freshness. We also prepare all the ingredients including cutting, marinating and brewing of our soup daily. Another BIG SELLING POINT at SSM is our special SECRET RECIPE Chilli Sauce. We have 3 levels of spiciness for our Chilli Sauce to cater to different spice tolerances. Our prices are also very reasonable and affordable, priced between S$1.80 to S$2.80 and Buffet at S$29.00 per person. Our Business Motto is that we treat each and every CUSTOMER like our friends or even family members and make them feel at home while eating at our Restaurant. It was this kind of feelings that we have transpired, that many customers became our regulars that come very often and some even almost every day. We even have some Customers who don’t mind that we had yet to clear the tables, they are willing to sit first, just to secure a table. It’s casual fun to bond with family and friends while sharing a Mookata Pot at SSM. Like many Singaporeans can relate to: “WE CONNECT OVER FOOD!” Hence we believe strongly in “WORDS OF MOUTH” as our success story besides the above that enables us to open 4 more outlets only within a few months. Every night, almost all of our outlets are running full house and it’s worsened over weekends. So it’s better to do reservations so as to avoid disappointment. We even have local celebrities coming by to try our Mookata and they told us that there are many good reviews on our Restaurant and it was their friends who strongly recommended them to come by. We enclosed herewith some photos taken with the celebrities to testify our success and popularity. Lastly, we would like to thank all our Customers, be it regulars or non-regulars that came by to eat at our Restaurant before and hope to have your continuous and kind support. Please do let us have your feedbacks, comments or even critics be it good or bad so that we can improve to serve you BETTER. At SSM, we will always put our CUSTOMERS FIRST and try ways and means to improvise on our food and also introduce new items. Thank you to ALL! From The Management & Staffs of SIAM SQUARE MOOKATA
Chinese, Dinner with Drinks, Homemade / Self-cooked Jia Bak Chor Mee A real family business, the restaurant takes its name from its founder and main chef, Miss Bak Chor Mee. Her aim is to give the opportunity to customers to enjoy the purest Singaporean cuisine. Her very special is meat balls, a delicious traditional Singaporean dish that she still made by hand and following the traditional recipes. Bak Chor Mee was taught to cook Singaporean traditional food by her uncle in a restaurant in Circuit Road during the 80is. After a break that was necessary to take care of her children, she decided to get back to work and opened a small restaurant inside the Pasir Panjang Hawker Centre. The business grew so fast that it was necessary to find quickly a more appropriate location. For this reason, the restaurant was moved in Pasir Panjang Road Food Court. Despite all these changes, our mission is unaltered. Providing you with delicious, top quality food that reflects the most rooted Singaporean culinary traditions. Staying in Singapore, take the occasion to enjoy Bak Chor Mee (in English, “Minced meat and noodles”), one of the most popular local specialities. This delicious dish of meat and noodles was originally a soup. However, the dry version caught on like wildfire, and Bak Chor Mee is so popular that is sold almost in every stall and restaurant, now. Bak Chor Mee is uniquely Singaporean, as it is not possible to find it anywhere else in the world. There are some variants of this dish, for example prawns or fish could replace the pig meat, but the purist version has always pig meat, minced pork, pork dumplings and fresh sliced pork. Mee Pok (thick egg noodles) or Mee Pok (thin egg noodle) are made with eggs and flour. They must be yellow and flat. Their shape remind the one of the Italian “Tagliatelle”, and, like the Italian pasta, they are to be cooked “al dente”. Once cooked, they are tossed in pork lard, vinegar and chili. In the end, we add the pig meat on the top and Bak Chor Mee is served. Accompany your Bak Chor Mee with a fresh beer, or, more classically, with a cup of kopi-O (coffee with sugar).
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