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Makan Place - Makko Teck Neo Peranakan Food

It’s very hard to find good and affordable Peranakan food in Singapore.

The good ones such as True Blue Cuisine, will burn a hole through your wallet, 564 more words

Singapore

Best Peranakan restaurants in Singapore

(Source: www.timeout.com)

Repping the Peranakan end of the mod-Sin spectrum, chef-owner Malcolm Lee cuts a pioneering figure on both the local and international stages – and he’s even got a Michelin star to show for it. 257 more words

Singapore

Street Food: Bubur Ayam Muara Pak Yunus

Bubur ayam. Satu makanan pagi kegemaran begitu banyak warga Indonesia. Cepat, murah, dan berisi; bubur ayam menjadi pilihan paling cocok untuk memulai pagi yang sibuk maupun santai. 229 more words

Indonesian

AskST: What is the story behind the cat sculpture outside the Peranakan Museum

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Reader Maisarah Abu Samah wrote in to ask about a cat sculpture found on the steps of the Peranakan Museum in Armenian Street, curious about why it was called the “ACM cat” in an accompanying plaque. 240 more words

Current Affairs

Top 6 Must-Sees in The Peranakan Museum

Peranakan culture is one embedded within Singapore’s history books. It’s emblematic of the Singaporean identity — a melting pot of various cultural influences, complementing and contrasting characters, ultimately culminating in a population with a curious mix of traditions and customs. 851 more words

SINGAPORE NEWS

Limapulo: Baba Can Cook @ The Row KL

The Peranakan (Straits born-Chinese), or the Baba Nyonya as they are known in Malaysia, is a unique community – born from hundreds of years of assimilation, where Chinese immigrants adopted Nusantara customs in British Malaya (now Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore) and the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). 648 more words

Malaysia