Best Peranakan Restaurants in Singapore
Peranakan food is a cuisine deeply rooted in heritage, thanks to the inter-marriages between the Straits Chinese with Indonesians and Malays. A blend of these cultures' ingredients, spices and cooking techniques, Peranakan cuisine is rich and full of complex flavours. Which is the best Peranakan restaurant in Singapore? Vote and let us know!Read more
Baba Chews Bar & Eatery
Housed in the former Joo Chiat Police Station, Baba Chews retains much of its colonial charm. Aesthetics aside, Is their Peranakan-fusion dishes worthy of being the best in Singapore?
The world's first Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant, Candlenut takes a contemporary yet authentic approach to traditional Straits-Chinese cuisine. Are they the best Peranakan restaurant in Singapore?
Chilli Padi Nonya Restaurant
Chilli Padi has been one of the forerunners in the Peranakan food scene for decades. Nestled away in Joo Chiat, many would say that they are the best Peranakan restaurant in Singapore. Do you agree?
Indigo Blue Kitchen
The traditional Peranakan dishes found at this restaurant are recreated from memory – specifically, Les Amis Group chairman Desmond Lim’s grandmother’s cooking. How does this restaurant fare next to the rest?
Indocafe is a familiar sight for those who know of its monochrome exterior. The elegant and cosy restaurant has been serving a spread of authentic Peranakan cuisine for nearly a decade. Where will they stand on this list?
IVINS Peranakan Restaurant
IVINS is an old-school eatery serving up affordable Peranakan fare, with a sense that you are back in grandma's kitchen. How will they rank next to other Peranakan restaurants in Singapore?
Helmed by a fourth-generation Nyonya, PeraMakan boasts classic home cooked dishes Ayam Buah Keluak, Beef Rendang and Babi Pongteh. Where will they stand amongst the rest?
Straits Chinese Restaurant
Straits Chinese Restaurant is part of the Guan Hoe See Group, which founded our city's first nyonya restaurant in 1953. But are they the best in Singapore? Vote and let us know!
The Blue Ginger
The core of Peranakan culture is relationships, so The Blue Ginger has created a warm and inviting space for get-togethers over hearty food that will satisfy more than your belly. Are they your favourite Peranakan restaurant in Singapore?
Violet Oon Singapore
Helmed by renowned chef and food restaurateur Violet Oon, her eponymous restaurant celebrates and elevates the humble Peranakan cuisine. Many would say this is the best Peranakan restaurant in Singapore. Do you agree?