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Arriving by bus # 5, 54, 105, 124, 128, 132, 143, 162, 162M, 167, 171, 190, 518, 587, 590, 598, 700, 700A, 971E. Bus-stop no. 09219. Bus-stop name; Far East Plaza. Nearest Train Station; Orchard MRT continue reading
Telephone
6738 4348
Introduction
Puncak Muslim Food is tucked away on the fifth floor of Far East Plaza, offering a menu including uniquely Singaporean dishes like claypot chicken rice, curry chicken and teh tarik. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 21:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Pork Free
Signature Dishes
Claypot Chicken Rice Curry Chicken Hot Plate Beef Muslim Food Teh Tarik Tze Char
Review (13)
Oh yeah... Look at that Seafood Hotplate Noodle and Deep Fried Wanton! They are so mouthwatering! I like to hear the sound of sizzling hot plate when the staff brings it to me. Seafood Hotplate Noodle consisting of E-Mee, Squids, Prawns, Vegetables and egg. They simply put the raw egg on the hotplate and throw all the cooked noodles and ingredients on top of the raw egg and left to cook by itself. I usually eat it with green cut chilies.... Love it! Also don't forget to order their deep fried wanton. So tasty and crispy. Dip it in their Black Sauce and you will feel great!Spending: Less than $10.00 for both plate together continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-04
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We're back for some Muslim food since my 2 other dining partners are MuslimsBlack Pepper Chicken - chicken is a little too pepperyFried Kway Teow with cockles - Taste is just nice, but a little too oily. Cockles are slightly over cooked too. still prefers the Chinese styled fried kway teow where u get pork lard in it! Oats Sotong - fried to the right texture, not too chewy. But it's a little too salty. continue reading
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Level3 2013-05-28
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Tried out the chicken fried rice for the first time in this stall and was quite satisfied with my meal.The fried rice is a little spicy by default but still bearable for me (not very good at eating spicy food). Food also came hot with is a very plus point.Rice is well coated with egg and they are also quite generous in-terms of the ingredients - plently of Chicken. Is was delicious.Simple and satisfying meal. Will come back again. continue reading
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Puncak was recommended by one of my friends. She told me that the Tom Yam there was superb (but I did not order that dish as i cannot take spiciness). well, so i tried the sweet and sour chicken instead! The food was served on a normal purple chicken rice plate and does not look appealing at all. Even the rice scoop unevenly. Kind of disappointed with my friend's recommendation, however, the taste was nice. The chicken was hot and the sauce was spread well over each pieces of chicken and the pineapple was not sour at all! Will definitely go try again! continue reading
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The crowds at Puncak can get a lil crazy, pays to go there a little early before the lunch crowd starts coming in. Please do not wait to be seated while the server take their own sweet time to attend to you. ;)They have like 40 over dishes on their menu. From Wanton Noodles to Chicken Curry Set to Char Kway Teow. Their char kway teow is only $4 for the standard serving and the typical $1 extra for more cockles. It was moist and slightly greasy. Just the right amount of sweet dark sauce to accent the savoriness with those fat juicy cockles! And on a plus side, it's halal. Will definitely be back for more but not anytime soon! Gotta keep my cholesterol level in place! continue reading
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