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2014-02-17 46 views
Prawns and petai beans with sweet & sour chilliSelection of young papaya, mango, pineapple and turnip in a sweet, sour and spicy sauceThis is like a mix of Singaporean’s chinese popiah ingredients with Thai papaya salad! Tangy sweet with a crunchy bite, a great appertiser to kick off your meal with!Young jackfruit cooked in mild yellow curryMy favorite dish out of the entire lot, tt is creamy, fragrant and uniquely yummy! I like the texture of the Jackfruit which is found a little similar to Ba
This is like a mix of Singaporean’s chinese popiah ingredients with Thai papaya salad! Tangy sweet with a crunchy bite, a great appertiser to kick off your meal with! Young jackfruit cooked in mild yellow curry
My favorite dish out of the entire lot, tt is creamy, fragrant and uniquely yummy! I like the texture of the Jackfruit which is found a little similar to Bamboo shoot and it makes me feel a healthier too. A must try item, cause I bet most of you haven’t got to try this before in Singapore. Variety of local vegetables, beancurd and spiced peanut sauce Fish & prawn paste skewered onto lemongrass and served with tamarind sauce
One of the highlight items at the buffet, it is a must try as you bite into the chunky well marinated fish and prawn paste! You don’t get a overdose of starch like the cheap ones outside. Really quality Satay Lilit! Hearty chicken soup with rice cake, beansprout and shredded chicken
This was the first dish which I made a beeline for: A bowl of piping hot clear soup and my cheapo taste buds love beansprouts and fried shallots to the max! Beef ball noodle in clear broth
Available at the cooking station, one of the skillful chefs will whip up a piping hot bowl of noodles right in front of you. It is light in flavour and definitely enjoyable. There are sauces available for you to tweak and play with the flavours to your liking! I like that the desserts here arent crazy sweet such that you get sick of them easily, but the Nyonya Kuehs are pretty good at filling you up!
Child (6-12yrs): $16++
Any child below 6 years of age dines for free with every paying adult.
I enjoyed this buffet very much considering that this is the first time I have been to one which serves Indonesian fare. I don’t think they are stingy on the quality of food, and I often see them topping up the dishes to make sure they are kept hot and fresh for our picking.
The both times I have been at the location, the waiters were attentive and always ready to provide assistance. Quiet and quaint, this location is ideal for a quiet meal out, save for the occasional tourist groups which come and go. I like that I didn’t have to jostle of space while trying to get my hands on the food, major plus point!
So if you are looking for a weekend meal to treat yourself to, Street50′s Roulette of Flavours can be something to look at!
Psst! I heard they are running a Facebook promotion where you get SGD 10 off each paying adult at the buffet!
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