About Us Story of our restaurant
Come dine with us for an awesome experience
Welcome to The Peranakan ! We are an authentic Straits cuisine restaurant in Singapore. Executive Chef Raymond Khoo and his team serve three generations of delicious ‘mesti-cuba’ (must-try) Peranakan recipes, lovingly handed down by the Nonyas and Babas in his family, now brought to your table. We are currently, the only Peranakan restaurant along the…Read more
Our staff Meet our stars
Mona Sanders Sous Chef
Max Spader Junior Chef
Emil Boyyd Pastry Chef
Susan Berkley Head Chef
Joseph Gordon Master chef
Happy Customers What our happy customers say
Best Peranakan restaurant I’ve been to so far! All my friends loved it. Congrats to Raymond for an awesome evening!
It’s been very difficult to find a genuine perenakan restaurant with so many traditional dishes that has the home cooked taste infused. A must try is the TOK PANJANG FEAST. Loved the chap Chye and Ayam bua keluak.
Had a wonderful lunch today. The Ayam buakaluk n nasi ulam was delicious and dessert pulut inti very nice. Most authentic that I have tasted in Singapore… Brings back memories of grandma’s cooking for sure. Keep up the standard.
Love the place! Can taste the home made goodness in the dishes – the chunks of meat and liver in the ngoh hiang, the rich bua keluak sauce, succulent sotong in assam… divine!
Teo Lay Cheng
Highly recommended for those who loves authentic Peranakan cuisine..once you tried them, you won’t pot for other restaurants.. if you can’t decide which to eat, then try their Tok Panjang set..
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