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[Jalan Besar, Singapore 🇸🇬]
[Hawker Centre]
[Halal Buffet]

Check out Halal Thai steamboat hidden in the lower deck of this hawker centre. We had buffet option which was priced at S$22 per pax with 2 hours time limit. The buffet did not include seafood items. If the time limit is too stressful for you, there’s also set and ala carte versions available. The menu may looked limited but for the 2 of us we were too full to cover all. Selected chicken broth as the choice of soup base, which was quite savoury on its own. Another option available was Tom Yum. Don’t forget to glaze the griller with beef fat before cooking. Beef tongue was an uncommon item for steamboat but the texture was interesting. The NZ Premium Beef may looked quite fatty before cooking but it simply tasted so yummy on its own.

Sedap Thai @thaisedap
Address 🛖 : Blk 166 Jalan Besar, # 01-08 Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 208877
Open 🕰️ : Mon - Sat : 4.30pm - 9.30pm
MRT 🚇 : Jalan Besar (DT22)

[Jalan Besar, Singapore 🇸🇬]
[Hawker Centre]
[Halal Buffet]

Check out Halal Thai steamboat hidden in the lower deck of this hawker centre. It’s the first Halal Thai steamboat in Singapore. We had buffet option which was priced at S$22 per pax with 2 hours time limit. If the time limit is too stressful for you, there’s also set and ala carte versions available. The All-you-can-eat buffet menu may looked limited and did not include seafood items but for the 2 of us we were too full to cover all. Although it’s located in the hawker centre, the place was quite cooling with lots of fan around. Selected chicken broth as the choice of soup base, which was quite savoury on its own. Another option available was Tom Yum. Don’t forget to generously coat the skillet with beef fat before cooking. Beef tongue was an uncommon item for steamboat but the texture was interesting. The NZ Premium Beef may looked quite fatty before cooking but it simply tasted so yummy on its own. There’s also 2 types of spicy dips available to go with the food. We visited the outlet on a weekday night and we could see a continuous flow of customers. As we were seated near the stall, it was easy to get refill for broth, gas, and sauce. We ended the meal with instant noodle and beaten egg in the soup. So shiok!

Sedap Thai @thaisedap
Address 🛖 : Blk 166 Jalan Besar, # 01-08 Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 208877
Open 🕰️ : Mon - Sat : 4.30pm - 9.30pm
MRT 🚇 : Jalan Besar (DT22)
Note 📝 : you could make reservation on the same day before 4pm through WhatsApp 9680 4883

Meeting up with friends for a Monday dinner around the Raffles Place area, we decided to give Kin Tub Thai Mookata a try. First and foremost, the view from our table was spectacular. I made a reservation via WhatsApp, requesting outdoor seating, which they kindly accommodated. We were seated right at the river's edge, offering us a great view of the Singapore River and Marina Bay Sands.

We ordered the Premium Beef and Pork set, which, after GST and service charge, came to a little over $150. The portions were generous and sufficient for three people, with three varieties of beef and pork cuts, all marinated and seasoned very well. The set also included a basket of vegetables, glass noodles, and an egg.

The staff were extremely friendly, professional, and attentive, always ensuring our soup was refilled before it dried up. While their prices are on the higher side, the quality of the meats, the excellent service, and the impeccable scenic sunset view during the evening make it worth the expense. I highly recommend Kin Tub Mookata for a great evening with friends and family over dinner, enjoying both the food and the view.

You may have known about Mr Mookata on the news for bringing Thai hunks over to Singapore last year at Bugis, but failed this year when they try to bring them back for the opening of their latest outlet at Phoenix Park along Tanglin Road. But they are still famous for having hunk appearance to serve you at this new outlet.

I have to acknowledge that the location is not easy to access, which required you to take a bus from nearest MRT station to reach here.

Only a few tables was occupied on Friday evening when we were here to enjoy their buffet.

For only $32.9++ per adult on weekends, you can enjoy all the dishes unlimited but only for maximum 90 mins dining time. Of course please do not waste food or they will charge for additional wastage.

Drinks except milk tea also included with unlimited refilling.

Perfect for any occasions such as birthday celebration. They even have some special service and interaction with the hunks, such as singing birthday song to you.

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Residents living near to TAM CHIAK Kopitiam is in luck as the specially curated hawker stalls in the kopitiam will leave you spoilt for choices when there. We had breakfast there and ended up ordering 3 mains for the 2 of us, just to indulge our “tamchiakness”. Redhill Pork Porridge will definitely be part of our orders with the addition of the egg to create a creamy and smooth porridge consistency. San Dai Prawn Mee has the traditional prawn mee flavour that is hard to find these days and we were glad to have tasted it here. Mr Mee Pok is the modern interpretation of the hawker classic with the addition of onsen egg and wuxiang.

Would recommend trying their one-of-a-kind deep fried Kang Kong ($16) when here! Lightly battered crunchy greens without overpowering the natural vegetable flavour, enhanced by the tangy spicy sauce. Also included crisp and succulent chunks of fish, and 2 generously sized deep fried prawns.

Hearty and satisfying traditional charcoal Mookata at decent prices. We went for the Mookata set ($69.90) that’s good for 3-4 pax. Enjoyed the sweet-sour and mildly spicy Tom yum soup. All the meats were well-marinated and tender. One can choose to have them in the soup or charcoal grilled for a smoky finish. Our favourites were the marinated and Tom yum chicken, pork belly, and marinated pork collar.

Celebrated Father's Day dinner with my family, and what better way to do so than with a good old Mookata in the heartlands. Bangkok Street Mookata has several branches across Singapore, but I've always felt that the one in Ang Mo Kio is the best. I used to visit frequently, and when I returned last Saturday, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the coffee shop had been renovated for the better. There are more seats, better spacing, improved lighting, and cleaner facilities, including a much-improved toilet. Overall, the atmosphere has significantly improved following the renovation.

The mookata was as good as ever, with generous portions at reasonable prices. Their garlic chicken remains the superior go-to dish and is a must-have. Other recommended dishes include bacon, quail eggs, luncheon meat, and, of course, tom yum maggi. What truly sets them apart and elevates their mookata experience are their two chili sauces. One is a thick, sweet chili, and the other, my personal favorite, is a wetter, spicier chili that resembles chicken rice chili sauce.

A new addition is their collaboration with the Thai cuisine store, allowing customers to place orders from them as well. We tried the Moo Ping, which was excellent—rightfully so, as it is run by a Thai family. I look forward to trying more of their dishes, such as basil chicken rice and tom yum soup, on my next visit.

The staff are nice and attentive, always ready to help change the gas or refill the soup. It can get quite crowded, with long queues on weekend dinners, so be prepared to wait a bit. Nonetheless, it's worth the wait, and Bangkok Street Mookata is a great place to gather with friends and family for a hearty meal. Highly recommended!

Tasty seasoning. Price is abit expensive for each meat, so it will be more worth it if you order Seasoned meat instead of cheese tofu or vegetables. Had a great time eating!

@nasilemakayamtaliwang has hopped over onto Singapore’s shores to hawk their Michelin recommended nasi lemak, but it wasn’t until they set up shop outside the open air mental asylum known as Yishun that I finally got to try their food. I got the Nasi Lemak Ayam Sambal Kecap ($7.50, additional $1.50 for begedil) because it was spice rated at two chilies instead of three chilies, but I soon found out how woefully under equipped I was to take this plate on.⠀

The Sambal Kecap on the grilled ayam (chicken) leg was murderously violent, and I found myself having to throw in the towel & scrape it off the chicken after a few bites. I really should’ve turned up with a bottle of milk, but hindsight is twenty twenty. Although the sambal kecap was shockingly spicy, it was still pretty flavourful. The chicken leg was supremely smoky, but a little dry in some parts. It wasn’t too bad when dipped into the more mellow regular sambal served on the side, and the less spicy sambal had a nice subtle sweetness to it.⠀

The coconut rice was aromatic and noticeably fragrant, and the grains were well cooked and appealingly fluffy. The fried ikan bilis & nuts were incredibly crisp and delicious, but what really got my attention was that perfect fried egg. Look at that subtle white colouring. The tasteful crisp edges. Oh my God, it even has a runny yolk…yeah that settles it, Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang fully deserves the Michelin recommendation and the Netflix hype.

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Every year, we make it a tradition to gather at this Mookata place. They've revamped their setup and business model, now offering a smaller yet more convenient experience. The best part? You can now help yourself to the food, drinks, sauces, cooked items, and ice cream. Plus, they've upgraded their ventilation and added a direct smoke extractor.

Drinks are included in the buffet, except for canned ones. But who needs those when you can make your own milk tea or grab a refreshing fountain drink? They've introduced rice with braised meat that tastes remarkably like Taiwan's braised pork rice—a pleasant surprise that capped off a fantastic meal.

Our go-to orders are their homemade marinated pork and chicken—succulent, packed with flavour, and truly delightful. However, we'd recommend skipping the Mala option.

For a tastisfying 120-minute dining experience, this place delivers. Oh, and there is a rule that required a minimum of 2 people for dining.

Buffet Pricing:
Standard - $23.90 (Mon-Thur) / $26.90 (Fri-Sun)
Premium - $34.90 (Mon-Thur) / $37.90 (Fri-Sun)
(Includes beef, smoked duck, and seafood like slipper lobster, flower crab)
Child - $13.90 (Mon-Thur) / $16.90 (Fri-Sun)

Soup base:
Pork Bone (Recommend)
Tom Yum (Not as impressive)

Make sure to make reservations before heading there.
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🚩Aroy Mak Mookata Thai BBQ Steamboat, 534 MacPherson Rd, Singapore 368220
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