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The National University of Singapore has a very nice collection of Chinese and Malay art. Additionally, it seems there is always at least 1 rotating exhibit, more during the school year. It is not large and depending on how much work is on view, can be enjoyed in about 1.5 hours. The Chinese Ink Works and the Resource Gallery are...
"Good value peranakan food in the western part of singapore!"
reviewed 29 December 2019 by simplytravelandeat
We had the weekend dinner buffet here at chilli padi nyonya cafe. As we were a large group, buffet seems to be the better choice though I’m not a big eater. It’s been a while since I had buffet. I started the dinner with the laksa which was very flavorful and tasty. They had cucumber cut into thin stripes for...
This café is well known for her Indian cuisine such as Tandori, Naan and Mutton dishes. Teochew Porridge Buffet Dinner from Mondays to Wednesdays is also very popular, with Fried Oyster Omelette, "Kuay Chap" and braised duck and steamed fish.
This is a place where you can get simple Peranakan food at an affordable price. And becos of this, you can expect crowds to build up pretty fast, especially during weekend afternoon buffet teas. So it is advisable to make reservations early.