Before The Peranakan Palace take a short break over the festive season, come join me for another round of traditional Nyonya fare featuring lots of warming and hearty dishes that will see you through the arrival of the cold arctic weather.
On the menu:
Achar (Nyonya veggie pickles with fragrant spice paste)
Pong Tauhu (Pork, prawn and beancurd meatballs in a rich, savoury broth)
Nyonya Mee Siam (Spicy Rice Vermicelli)
My signature 16 hrs Slow Braised Ox Cheek Rendang (Slow cooked ox cheek in spice paste and coconut milk)
Babi Masak Pedas (Nyonya braised Pork ribs and vegetables in spicy gravy)
Itek Sio (Nyonya slow cooked duck with tamarind and coriander)
Nasi Ulam (Nyonya Aromatic Herbed Rice)
.....plus a few Nyonya kuihs/puddings to round things off
This is a BYOB event so feel free to bring along any drinks that tickle your fancy.
Expect loads of food and do come hungry...you have been warned.
See you there!
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farahr attended in December 2015,
reviewed on 6 December 2015
I love experiencing a different cuisine to my own and still get the soul food feeling at once. This was how I felt while eating the beautifully cooked and perfectly spiced Winter Warmers at Peranakan Palace - I straight away had the warm fuzzy feeling you have when eating soul food. But it was more than that: The helpings were very generous, as is Jason, the host. The dishes ranging from tofu-pork dumplings and a wonderful tofu/scampi/vermicelli starter to a point ox rendang, creatively marinated duck and a pork ribs dish that I had never heard existed even were all competing in being the most awesome dishes on the table, without anyone of them overshadowing another, rounded off with mouth-watering desserts, all in all made it a wonderful evening.
Thanks for this!