House of Peranakan Petit is the latest addition not only to the House of Peranakan Group of Restaurants (www.houseofperanakan.com.sg) but also to the ever so popular Tiong Bahru region. Located at Eng Hoon Street, this little (no puns intended) 30-seater modern Peranakan restaurant is set to bring heritage food to an area surrounded by hipster cafes.
So a group of us bloggers and influencers are invited a couple of nights ago to sample some of their signature dishes and boy, they were awesome! Check out the pics below with comments and if you’re on instagram, check out hashtags #houseofperanakan and #houseofperanakanpetit for pics and comments by our foodie friends! You can also read the review for their main branch at Frankel Avenue here –> http://eatwithroy.com/2014/11/17/house-of-peranakan-cuisine-frankel-avenue-singapore/
Taste: Authentic Peranakan food at it’s best.
Service: Excellent service.
Ambience: Felt really at home. That’s when food taste it’s best.
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From the name you know it’s somewhat related to Singapore cuisine. This place took over the previous Lau Pa Sak restaurant and started not too long ago. I was there to have some Singapore food but realized they changed hands. Nevertheless, it’s still Singapore food! But isn’t 东海岸 known as East Coast Park? Hmmm…
Taste: Pretty close to home and love the fish!
Portion: Above average.
Service: Not enthusiastic. Must remind them to top up water even though I placed the empty cup beside the aisle.
Ambience: Comfy and you won’t come out smelling like what you ate.
Price: RMB93 in total. Around S$19.50.
RTE: I’ll probably would if I’m in Shanghai again! Haven’t try all their extensive menu offerings!