While the food is good and taste very homely, I find the place rather overpriced. Babi Pongteh was $18.90, Nyonya Chap Chye was $13.90 and fried winglets was $10.90. Nonetheless, it’s still a good and conveniently located place for one to try out Nyonya food.
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Known to be one of Singapore’s oldest Peranakan restaurants (it was established in 1953!), Guan Hoe Soon is the go-to place for no-frills Nyonya food. Choose from items like ayam buah keluak, sayur lodeh and udang assam pedas (prawns in spicy tamarind sauce) for a good ‘ol time.
Delicious and Fragrant Peranakan . If you are looking for a decent Peranakan joint, this is it. Dishes are well balanced, with a good chunk of nostalgic flavour mixed with the chef’s own minor twists. Desserts and drinks could improve a little but overall a great place for a meal. .
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