Right next to the Peranakan Museum, it is ideally placed to put this culture in its culinary setting. The food, setting and decor were wonderful and staff were happy to explain aspects of all three. Although the food was delicious and distinctive, the portions were somewhat smaller than usual for Singapore and for the prices charged. However, I was seeking an experience, and got it.
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