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We are currently having some serious withdrawal symptoms from our recent (food) adventures in Thailand and so glad to be invited by the folks behind @lethai.sg to a mouthwatering and authentic Mookata feast ~

If you're not familiar with Mu Kratha (often spelled as Mookata) which is β€œpan or skillet pork" in Thai, is a combination of Korean barbecue and Chinese hot pot.

We tried the Twin Platter and added some items like the Sirloin beef, Smoked Duck, Crayfish, Prawn, Scallops etc. from their ala carte menu. The quality/variety (generous portion size too) of the platter was perfect and had a great selection of meat, seafood plus veggies.

Our faves would be the Sirloin beef which melted in our mouths, the juicy Prawns/Crawfish and the well-seasoned chicken/pork.

The homemade dipping sauces were the bomb (literally), they have a nice kick/heat to 'em which were so addictive and complimented the various meat/seafood.
This place is also conveniently located at a Food Centre, only a couple of minutes away from Tai Seng Mrt.

If you're craving for a scrumptious yet affordable Mookata then you definitely need to try this one.

πŸ“8 Burn Road, SG 369977 πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¬
☎️ 9895 6568

Relocating from The Elitist, @1345mookata has finally found a new home at @peopleupsg which is right opposite my parents’ place! You can probably guess how popular they are from the number of tables extending out onto the walkway, despite being forced to move out from their previous location.

I don’t usually fancy mookata because of its oiliness especially the use of pork lard and letting it drip into the broth. But the homemade Chiang Mai style broth here is extremely lightly flavored, even with the pork lard dripping. In fact, the broth was tastier with the pork lard and ingredients. The Mookata Thai BBQ steamboat set is highly affordable, and serves 3-4 pax easily with its assortment of prawns, pork, pork belly, chicken, hot dog, crab meat, fish ball, sliced fish, vegetables, enoki mushroom and rice vermicelli. We also had the a la carte garlic pork which comes with heaps of chopped garlic. The robust flavor and aroma was simply addictive, one of the meats that I’d recommend.

Don’t miss out on their homemade chili sauce especially the seafood sauce of a spicy punch! There’s also an ongoing promotion of 1-for-1 homemade freshly brewed Thai milk tea & Thai green milk tea. Unanimous vote for their Thai green milk tea which had a delicate jasmine aroma and decent sweetness level. Recommended for group dining.

Kai lan was savoury, a bit salty and garlicky. Texture wise crunchy vegetable with soft mushroom.

Hard to find good moo ping around and their certainly BBQ it to the right taste and texture. Moo Ping was tender, easy to chew and grilled perfectly. The chilli that comes with it is spicy shiok.

Extremely delicious. Crispy chicken with tender meat that was deep fried to perfection. Then cooked with honey and thus, produce a oily honey sauce. The sauce is addictive.

Savoury with moderate Tomyum taste. It was okay. Fried rice with the basic Tom Yum taste.

Vermicelli full of soy and peppery taste. The noodle absorbed well and got wok hei too. Love the fresh tender huge prawn that came with it.

Thanks the govt for this meal cause we use CDC vouchers for it.πŸ˜‚
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Claypot Vermicelli with Prawns($18.80)πŸ˜‹
Vermicelli full of soy and peppery taste. The noodle absorbed well and got wok hei too. Love the fresh tender huge prawn that came with it.
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Tom Yum Fried Rice($8.80)πŸ‘Œ
Savoury with moderate Tomyum taste. It was okay. Fried rice with the basic Tom Yum taste.
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Deep Fried Chicken in Honey($12.80)πŸ˜‹
Extremely delicious. Crispy chicken with tender meat that was deep fried to perfection. Then cooked with honey and thus, produce a oily honey sauce. The sauce is addictive.
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Thai Grilled Pork Satay($11.80)πŸ‘
Hard to find good moo ping around and their certainly BBQ it to the right taste and texture. Moo Ping was tender, easy to chew and grilled perfectly. The chilli that comes with it is spicy shiok.
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Stir-fried Kai Lan with Mushroom($10.80)πŸ‘Œ
Kai lan was savoury, a bit salty and garlicky. Texture wise crunchy vegetable with soft mushroom.
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Homemade Thai Ice Milk Tea($3.80)
Homemade Thai Ice Lemongrass($3.80)
Homemade Butterfly Flower Tea($3.80)
All their drinks got the right sweetness to it and taste really good after a great meal.
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🚩Thai Collective(Prevs Known as JJ Thai Cuisine), 8 Jln Legundi, 01-10 Victory 8, Singapore 759274
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Tomyum seafood set @ $10

The set comes with white rice, two fried springrolls and a drink.

The food is not bad though i expected the tomyum soup to be a bit more spicy. There's quite a generous amount of ingredients for the price, two prawns, two mussels, some fish and lots of mushrooms. Think this is the only set that comes with two fried springrolls.

Friend got basil chicken noodles dry which was a bit salty. Not sure if it's supposed to be like that ot just a bad day but would like to come back and try the noodles next time.

Set 1 is including pork, chicken, squid, prawn, sausage, fishball, egg, crabstick and veggies.
The portion quite big so I never add anything anymore.
Value for money and so far I not tummy ache πŸ˜‚.
πŸ’°$51.5 for 2 pax set, one rice and 2 drinks.
πŸ“5001 Beach Road #01-66B
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Cocokata offers value sets at $28/50 for 2/4 pax πŸ₯˜ but you can also opt for a la carte (minimum order of $28). πŸ‘ŒπŸ» With both BBQ & soup base (quite a rich herbal taste with a hint of sweet coconut water πŸ₯₯), enjoy the best of both worlds at one sitting! πŸ”₯
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Meats we had include their beef slices πŸ₯© ($3), coconut chicken thigh πŸ” ($3; highly recommended! 🌟), pork belly πŸ– ($2.50) & smoked duck slices πŸ¦† ($3). Marination of the meats was really nice!
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For seafood, we had clams ($4) & their handmade prawn paste 🦐 ($10; highly recommended! 🌟). A mix of dory fish & prawns, the paste was soooo soft & tender!
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We also ordered their Veggie Basket ($10) & a whole lot of other veggies πŸ₯¬ & mushrooms πŸ„ ($2 each). Can't miss the beancurd roll ($4) for dipping in the soup, luncheon meat ($3), quail eggs πŸ₯š ($2) & Mama Noodles 🍜 ($1).

They're making me hate them. They dared say this is their signature. So pricey for something so small and ordinary.

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