Time Out says
The richness of Peranakan flavours is combined with the minimalistic style of Japanese cuisine and fresh Japanese ingredients in the dishes served at Singapore’s first Peranakan-Japanese fusion restaurant. Sample their version of the classic nonya laksa ($24) but made with oysters frozen and shipped in from Hiroshima, or sip on a comforting bowl of bean curd meatball soup ($10) that uses a Japanese miso soup base. Sides include a light cucumber and pineapple nonya salad ($5) drizzled with a punchy dressing of sake, wasabi and yuzu, as well as fried chicken marinated in turmeric, ginger and sake ($10).
18 Mohamed Sultan Road
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