Exuding an old-world charm, Baba Chews is peppered with black-and-white Peranakan tiles, thematic art pieces, and vintage leather furniture mixed with warm wood mediums. Serving up modern Asian and Western cuisine, there’s truly something for everyone. But with a recently refreshed menu, guests can look forward to more fun innovative dishes such as the No Rice Paper Roll ($19), Prawn Oil Kombu Tagliatelle ($24), and the Granchio ($23) – Singapore chilli crab inspired tagliatelle.
There's no shortage of things to do in the eastern neighbourhood of Katong but eating definitely steals the limelight. The heritage district is rich in local Peranakan culture and also features incredibly varied cuisines, with Vietnamese and European communities making it their home. Then, there are the ultra-hip cafés that have sprouted up in recent years to check out too. Here's our guide on how to eat your way through Katong.
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