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Introduction
At MooJaa, indulge in Mookata, Thai-style All-You-Can-Eat buffets as well as set meals. continue reading
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/MooJaa.sg
Signature Dishes
Mookata
Review (18)
Level3 2014-10-05
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Made a reservation so it is fast and no problem. We ordered the set and it comes fast. The secret is not the food but the sauce they provided. It goes extremely well with the food - especially the green sauce. It has the tangy sweet taste that makes the meat taste so juicy and appetizing! There are many more choices now so if Food could be more, considering the price paid,it will be great! continue reading
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Level2 2013-11-08
206 views
I quite like the decor of the restaurant, very suitable for big group of gathering, or family dinners. I am most impressed with the Lemongrass Drink, and how crispy the bbq chicken meat can be (yet still juicy on the inside). Sometimes I crave for BBQ, but gets disappointed to get clumpy and fatty meat. At MooJaa, I was quite happy to see swirls of fats on the meat, that melts to really thin, lean BBQ meat. My favourite would be the chicken meat and Angus beef. I could also enjoyed tasting the original wholesome taste of meat - not just the marinate You'll be happy to know that MooJaa's meat won't be clumpy, and is MSG free.I also quite like their cheese balls, but I guess 1 serving would be good for 2 pax sharing.On the overall, yummy food, but I still get a little bit of that BBQ smell on my hair and clothes ;p continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-29
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I gotta say.The chilli here was addictive. And just between the three of us, we finished an entire squeeze bottle of it. oops.we went for the ala carte buffet on the waitress' recommendations. At about $36 per pax, you get your pick of meats and other steamboat items on the menu.i loved the cheese tofu, but that was really taking up tummy space. the crabstick was not the normal round ones, i liked these a lot better. the meats were not very heavily marinated but they were all delicious when grilled. a little charred on the sides but juicy in the middle. then dip it into the sauce. and repeat. continue reading
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Level3 2013-09-21
88 views
Thailand is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations for Singaporeans to escape for a quick getaway. Not only because it is near, cheap to get to on a budget airline, has amazing shopping but most importantly of course, because of the food!And now with the opening of MooJaa, Mookata Thai BBQ Steamboat, a barbeque/hot-pot eatery along Keong Saik Road, it is almost like having a bit of that Thai experience along the busy streets of Bangkok in a fully air-conditioned well ventilated restaurant, without that after-smell of BBQ. With a Thai chef at the helm and 7/10 families visiting MooJaa being Thai, it is almost a straight out endorsement to the authenticity of the food offered here."Moo Ka Ta" literally means "pork skillet" in Thai and refers to the special apparatus used to cook at MooJaa. Made out of a trough of soup sitting over a crock of charcoal with a grill placed over the trough, it is an ingenious two way traffic of allowing the smoke from the charcoal to permeate the meats grilling on top, and for the juices from the meat to drip into the soup, enhancing the flavours of the broth which you can slowly savour and drink.Binchotan Japanese charcoal is used here at MooJaa as it produces noticeably less soot residue compared to locally obtained charcoal so you are assured that your meats and soup keeps to its true essence with none of that black soot that we often see at regular barbeques.All the seafood, meats and vegetables served here are specially handpicked by the chef herself every morning ensuring freshness. Meats are marinated in the chef's special marinade that is MSG free but with no compromise on flavours.Two sets are available if you cannot decide what to choose from the ala-carte menu:1) Set Moo/ Pork set $39.90- pork collar slice, prawn, fish/pork ball, squid, luncheon meat, hot dog, golden mushroom, tang hoon (vermicelli), xiao bai cai and kang kong.2) Set Gai/ Chicken set $39.90- boneless chicken, prawn, fish/pork ball, squid, luncheon meat, hot dog, golden mushroom, tang hoon (vermicelli), xiao bai cai and kang kong.Sauces provided at the side include The Spicy BBQ and Sweet Sour Seafood. My personal favourite was The Spicy BBQ that really packed a punch with all the spices and the 31 different ingredients that went into making it. I topped up my sauce holder at least 4 times because it was just a great match with all the BBQ-ed meats.For a little indulgence, Kurobuta Pork, Angus Beef, Hokkaido Scallops and Surimi crab sticks are also offered here at MooJaa for you to add on to your Mookata experience.Order the Cheese Balls $8 if you get impatient waiting for your food to cook and enjoy that burst of cheese in your mouth as you bite into it. You might want to be careful about burning your tongue in the process as these cheese balls are served piping hot!MooJaa, Mookata Thai BBQ Steamboat is great comfort food especially with the stormy rainy windy and cold weather in Singapore these days. Dont forget to call your friends and family along! After all, BBQ and steamboat is a whole lot more fun with a huge group! continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-07
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If you are staying for a place to have good Mookata, MooJaa is the place to go. They have 2 types of chilli but I prefer the one with the yellowish tinge which had a more sourish taste to it.Service was friendly and the staff also helped us to cook the ingredients as there were not much people around when we went. When he saw that we were tying our hair up, he informed us that they do provide hair spray for customers so that they would leave the place with their hair less stinky. Portion and price wise was comparable to Tom Yum Kungfu but this certainly had more kick with their signature cheese tofu and chewy abalone slices. The meat was marinated well and the soup was sweet and flavourful. The flavour of their thai milk tea was just right and not too sweet. Because they serve really awesome thai steamboat, there is a buffet option for diners at $32++. Besides the thai steamboat, they also serve ala carte thai food but I highly doubt I will try them as I am already sold by their thai BBQ steamboat. Unlike Tom Yum Kungfu where they place their steamboat pot directly on the level table, MooJaa has a "hole" in the table where the steamboat pot is being placed inside so the smoke and smell getting to you would be somewhat minimized. The heat would also not get to you and make you feel all sweaty and gross if you sit indoors.Good news is that MooJaa closes at 6 freaking am so it is definitely a place where you can have a shiok supper! If only I stay near that area.For full review and more photos, please visit http://rachelays.blogspot.sg/2013/09/moojaa-mookata-thai-bbq-steamboat.html continue reading
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