The Peranakan is fast becoming one of the go-to places for authentic #peranakan cuisine:
needs little introduction to most Singaporeans even though the best Peranakan cuisine could often only be found within the confines of a private home cooked by mamah and no one else. Thankfully, this cuisine known for its bold flavours has become more accessible of late with the opening of noted names like Michelin awardee Candlenut, True Blue Cuisine and Violet Oon; and now the newly opened The Perankan. Opened in June 2016, veteran chef Raymond Khoo — who has over 30 years of F&B experience — came out of retirement to set up it up. Based on his grandmother’s recipes, it's quickly become one of the most authentic Peranakan eateries in Singapore. Don't believe us? We've heard stories of Nyonya aunties and grandmothers giving their hard to come by seals of approval.