$15 for $30 Worth of Peranakan Fare at House of Peranakan Cuisine in Siglap. $30 for $60 Option Available.
- Authentic Peranakan cuisine and delectable spread of seafood
- Traditional recipes served in claypots for more flavour
- Try the award-winning Curry Fish Head, named Best Dish in Singapore 2002 by Asian Wall Street Journal
- Accolades include Wine and Dine Magazine Top Restaurants 2004-2005 and IS Magazine Editor's Choice Restaurant 2005
- Traditional Peranakan interior and attentive service
- Great for all ages and fans of Peranakan cuisine
- Ideal for lunch and dinner occasions with friends and family
- $30 worth of Peranakan Cuisine
(Min. 2 pax to dine)
- $60 worth of Peranakan Cuisine
(Min. 4 pax to dine)
Valid 3 months. Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 Groupon per bill. Valid for dine-in and ala carte items only. Not valid with set meals and other discounts and promotions.
Appointment required, call 6445 2404.
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Cooking at home involves the risk of incomplete recipes, smoke clouds, and the advances of an oven in heat. Find a more fuss free way to attaining pure gastronomy nirvana with today’s Groupon to House of Peranakan Cuisine. Choose between 2 options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of Peranakan Cuisine.
- For $30, you get $60 worth of Peranakan Cuisine.
One of the many things the Peranakans hold in high esteem is their cuisine. The early Peranakans had left a lasting impression of their exuberant dishes which etched on deeply for generations.
Hats off to House of Peranakan for whipping up tricky Nonya dishes that can spur your stomach to sing the rhythm of gastronomic Pantun, especially with the mix-ins of different culinary styles. Reminisce the rich heritage and dig beyond the aroma of Nonya food at this humble Peranakan dine-in.
Start by indulging in local favourite appetisers like the deep-fried minced pork and prawn roll, Nonya Ngoh Hiang ($6 per roll) and Ikan Otak Otak ($6 per piece), a spicy fish-paste fillet in banana leaf.
Choose from an extensive list of dishes from the menu including seafood, meat, soup, and vegetables. Go with the dietetic therapy by ordering a warm bowl of Udang Masak Nanas (from $15) and enjoy the refreshing pairing of spiced pineapples gravy and prawns in traditional claypot goodness. Or go with a crabshell of seafood broth in Bakwang Kepeting ($5).
Bite into the Ayam Buah Keluak (from $12) and sink your teeth onto the desired taste of the Buah Keluak nut paste with succulent chicken. Savour the flavourful mix of greens in Nonya Chap Chye (from $8.50) from the claypot. Don’t miss out on the majestic Fish Head Curry ($22 per head) dish, and Babi Ponteh (from $12), juicy lean meat drenched in beanpaste gravy, great for sharing among small groups.
The Nonya restaurant provides an atmosphere of excitement and a round of attentive staff manning the dinner crowd. It features traditional culture-rich décor that brings out the warmth of synergistic bond within the Peranakan community.
Daily: 11am-3pm (last order at 2.30pm), 6pm-10pm (last order at 9.30pm)
House of Peranakan Cuisine103 Frankel Avenue (Tel: 6445 2404)