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Customisable tendon bowl which does not necessarily have don cuz there are the options for soba and udon.

The skill of frying does not lose out to others, but the rice could do with more tendon sauce. I also love the veggies selection (The Seaweed...) here more than the others. And there is no queue. Pro tip : 10% off for IG followers.

Yay to Asian-Fusion!

Items: 1) Mentaiko Tiger Prawn Aglio Olio, 2) Korean Soy Chicken on Waffle

THIS PLACE IS MMMMM WORTH IT! Food comes with complimentary beverage at a nett price!😊 Would definitely come back again because food was tasty tasty and ambience was pretty nice! 8.5/10!

The Bomb

I like it is like spring onion cake but on a pizza skin. It's nice but a bit too spicy for me😅

Good morning!

It may be Monday but we are open for brunch. 9am to 3pm. Come try our new brunch menu or stick to the old favourites, like our signature Chilli Crab Burger.
Bluemonks jazz jam tonight at 8pm. A casual evening with satays on the house. All are welcome.
We will be closed on Tuesday 27 June.

Beef Rendang ($18)

Aromatic & scrumptious! One of the better renditions of beef rendang I've had recently, loved the tender beef cubes - cut to bite sized pieces as this was a sharing plate, & flavourful sauce! Couldn't get enough of it!

Galaxy Cake 🌌
Chocolate mousse cake with galaxy icing.

There is something about galaxy designed things and food that make them so pleasing to the eyes and really interesting. 🤔 Hmm. Is it because we're part of it? HOHO 🤣
#burpple #twentygrammes #simplejoys #colleaguestofriends #MRÂDÄ #Rs🙆🏻

Ikan Sambat ($28)

The dish that drew me to Peranakan Flavours, a layer of otah over snapper fillet, wrapped in fish skin & fried. So good, & the top dish for me today. Although, to be fair, with my hard to please family when it comes to Peranakan food, the food today certainly rank tops in Singapore thus far & we'll be back with the wider family. 👍 and wholeheartedly recommended for authentic Peranakan cuisine. Prices are not exactly low, but knowing the amount of effort that goes into most of the dishes, well worth it!

Bakwan Kepeting ($10)

My favourite of all peranakan soups! First order when I read that Peranakan Flavours does a good one! ❤ the meatball made from minced meat, crabmeat & bamboo shoots + super flavourful broth!

Ayam Buah Keluak ($18)

One dish I'm extremely picky on as grandma does a really mean version! This is probably the best one I've had at a restaurant, though no where near the richness of grandma's. Tad different with all the buah keluak mixed into the sauce rather than served in the nuts, but nonetheless aromatic & hearty! And had a good balance of tangy and savoury.

Nanas Prawn ($18)

Fresh prawns, generous slices of pineapples, ladies fingers, eggplant & tomatoes - only downside of this dish for us was that it's too milky, being used to grandma's cooking that omits the use of coconut milk, so her sauce is tangy, light & you can taste the clear flavours of briny prawn & sweetness of pineapple.

Hae Chor ($16)

Chockful of minced meat, prawns, water chestnuts encased in a crisp exterior. We liked this a lot!

Just thinking about this tasting platter of three different ceviche - Tono, Mixto, and Nikkei - that I had seventy-one pisco sours ago at Tono Cevicheria, a Peruvian concept newly-opened at Duo Galleria in Bugis.

Aside from their signature ceviche, the menu also includes a range of Peruvian dishes (with whole sections dedicated to their Tiger's Milk-marinated sashimi and potato salad) and mains, which include one rather delicious Arroz con Mariscos, or seafood rice with crabmeat, aji panca, aji amarillo base and achiote oil. The seafood here are wonderfully fresh, and often pleasurably crunchy. I need to return for more.