National Kitchen by Violet Oon

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Heritage Fare and Setting
Set in the National Gallery, the former Supreme Court building from 1939, this lovely dark wood paneled restaurant reflects Singapore’s rich Straits-Chinese Peranakan heritage in both design and fare. Traditional tile floors, marble-topped tables, nostalgic bentwood chairs and vintage photos set the scene for a feast of rich dishes that combine Chinese and Malay flavors, from spicy chicken with betel nut stew (buah keluak ayam), to zesty beef rendang, chili crab and fish head curry. The idea is to share dishes like the fried eggplant with sambal sauce and the ngoh hiang, and deep-fried tangy prawn, crab and chicken rolls. Even if you’re not sure about the cuisine — Peranakan fare can be on the heavy side — don't hesitate to patronize Violet Oon's solely for its lovely interiors.
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1 St. Andrew’s Road #02–01, National Gallery, Singapore 178957
+65 9834 9935
Sun - Sat 12pm - 3pm, 6pm - 11pm
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