Located at Changi Village, this cosy restaurant serves peranakan cuisine.
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I came across this unassuming restaurant while walking around Changi Village in search of good food. I was drawn in by the aroma of sambal belachan, so I persuaded my family to stop by for dinner. The restaurant had a very nice, homely feel, and the waitress who served our table was welcoming. She recommended a few dishes to us, and being unfamiliar with Peranakan cuisine, we gladly accepted them.
I love spicy food, so I really enjoyed some of the dishes, such as the sambal kangkong and the sambal sotong. The asam pedas had just the right balance of sourness and spiciness, so it's definitely worth a try. For those who can't take spicy food very well, the beef rendang and babi ponteh are also great choices. My personal favourite was the babi ponteh - the gravy was soooo incredibly tasty and went great with the rice!
We ordered every thing in small servings, so that we could get to try a bigger variety of dishes. It's a great way to get acquainted with Peranakan cuisine, so that's something I would recommend for those who just want to try something new. Overall, we spent $95 for 6 dishes, including white rice, drinks and appetisers. It might seem a little pricey, as all the servings were really small, but the food was great and I'll definitely be going back there again!