6A Admiralty Road West
Woodlands Waterfront Park
Singapore 732006

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02:00pm - 12:00am

02:00pm - 12:00am

02:00pm - 12:00am

02:00pm - 12:00am

02:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

Located at Woodland Waterfront Par, can see JB while dine here.
The food was decent, not too pricey and it’s Halal

You have the option of choosing either the wet or the dry version. We got the wet version. The gravy was too thin in our opinion and there was none of the intense buttery flavour that we hoped for. For $15, we felt that this is quite overpriced.

We wished we hadn't ordered this as it was so overwhelmingly sweet to the point that we couldn't finish it. For $3.50, we were expecting a normal food court standard cendol with fake durian and we would have been happy with it. But the level of sweetness is really too much for even our sweet tooths to bear.

For $3.50, the big cup of Milo dinosaur was really value-for-money! On top of the usual iced milo with milo powder, the restaurant added a lot of milo bowls on top to add an extra crunch to your drink! Feel free to dunk them into the milk drink if you prefer to enjoy them soggy. :) That being said, the Milo dinosaur is a little on the sweeter end and those of you who are more averse to sweetness may want to request for less sugar when ordering.

Standard tze char veggie dish done very well by Rasa Istimewah! Picture shows the small serving, which costs only $8. Our only comment was that the leaves were really big for baby kailan 😅 but it didn matter because the vegetables were so fragrant and the gravy they were soaked in was pretty flavourful as well.

For $6, this was a really generous serving of sambal fried rice at a waterfront restaurant! The mainstay of this dish was fried rice with sambal chilli, although the dish wasn't as spicy as we would have thought when we saw "sambal". There are quite a few pieces of chicken inside although you are free to choose other types of meat as well, including beef and seafood (although the prices increase accordingly).

We had to praise the service at Rasa Istimewah because all the food we ordered were served within 5 minutes despite us dining at 6 pm on a weekend. That being said, the restaurant is really popular and do be prepared to queue if you are heading down on a Friday or weekend night!