Opened almost a decade ago, Babas Peranakan was started by Mr Tan who was inspired by his Peranakan mother’s cooking. I got there on a Sunday at about 1130am and a queue had already formed (about 8 people in front of me). They have a whole lot of different dishes to choose from so, being a typical Singaporean, I picked my dishes based on what the few uncles and aunties in front of me were selecting. Hot favorites seem to be the sayur lemak (curry vegetables, $1) and fried chicken ($3). You’ll notice that they have a variety of curry dishes including beef rendang, and ikan assam pedas (curry assam fish). I was looking forward to their beef rendang and sambal goreng but alas, I need to watch my weight.
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