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- Address: 1 St. Andrew’s Road #02–01, National Gallery, Singapore 178957
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 03:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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National Kitchen By Violet Oon, Singapore Reviews
I love everything about this place - location, staff, food, ambiance. Getting reservation is some work. But once in, it’s great. Flavors are amazing. Service is very fast and attentive. Even desserts were good. Cocktails menu can be expended as choices were limited. Overall great experience. Don’t forget to go up to 6 floor for an amazing view.
Great food. Very well done, and slightly unique takes on the classics. Great combinations of flavors and textures. Beautiful atmosphere and excellent service.
Excellent food, especially the Ngoh Hiang. Service is top top notch as well, very worthy of the price.
Awesomely delicious peranakan food. Price is a little bit on the high side but well worth the money. Rather small restaurant with limiter seating, so make sure you book in advance. I love the way they do their ngoh hiang. Staff are attentive. Nice classy decor. Could get rather noisy when it is full house though
Good quality peranakan food. I think it strikes a good balance of local cuisine in a sufficiently upscale setting, managing to keep cost borderline acceptable given said setting. For example, $21 mee siam, or $15 ngoh hiang. Here's what we tried: Rojak - a small plate for sharing, delicious Gado gado - lacklustre. Didn't like that nothing was gado-ed or mixed properly before serving. It was basically blanched veggies laid out neatly on a plate with some dip sauce poured over it, and with more dip sauce in a bowl. Ngoh hiang (prawn rolls) - very big pieces, tasty Fish head curry - excellent. Glad that our server suggested having it with roti jalah (yellow net "prata"). Not many places still serve roti jalah Kueh da da - so so. Crepe skin felt too thin and unsubstantial. They were possibly going for a fine, thin kind of skin, but personally didn't enjoy it. Pulut hitam - traditionally a hot dessert. However, there was absolutely not enough of it in the bowl, plus the big lump of coconut ice cream in place of coconut milk chilled the whole dish until we were eating cold pulut hitam. Could have gone without that. Has good and weak points. Good to try.