Best Mookata in Singapore
Mookata restaurants have been gaining popularity in Singapore in recent years. For the non-Thai folks, “Moo” stands for pork and “kata” means skillet or pan, a special cooking apparatus that allow diners to enjoy both barbecue and hotpot at the same time. Originated from Chiang Mai, traditional Mookata uses pork lard instead of our usual oil or butter for barbecue and is served with a number of spicy sauces. Additionally, Northern Thais (Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai) pronounce Mookata as Mu Kratha.Read more
Mookata Traditional Thai Bbq
The first of its kind in Singapore, Mookata’s dedicated exhaust system has got you covered; all that smoky indulgence and less odour! Indeed, it’s every barbecue fanatic's dream come true. Is their food as good as their promise? Help us find out with your vote!
Soi 81 Mookata
Soi 81 Mookata is a name all mookata lovers would have heard at least once in Singapore. Its popularity is parallel to every one of the mookata restaurants that we have in this list. BUT... We would like to know who do you think is the best mookata restaurant in Singapore. Help us by casting your votes today!