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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Grandma's - Authentic Singapore Food

Grandma's has been around for quite a while now but I only got the chance to try their food recently when the third outlet opened in Suntec City. 



I remember having these prawn crackers when I was little. They are so easy and good to eat, I can finish a whole package of this in one sitting.


I don't usually order Malay food, but the Nasi Bukhari looked so good in the menu, I thought I will give it a try. Fragrant yellow turmeric rice is served with golden brown chicken leg which is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Prawns were fresh and succulent but I don't really like the sauce the prawns are cooked in. What really amazes me about this dish is the beef rendang.     


I never knew Bo Bo Cha Cha is so such a delightful dessert until I tried it here at Grandma's. The warm and thick coconut tastes so good with chunks of sweet potato and yam. This is definitely comfort food that warms the heart.

Grandma's is halal certified and serves delicious local cuisine. This is a great restaurant for Singaporeans and foreigners alike. 

Grandma's
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City #B1-108
Telephone: 63370091
Opening Hours: Monday - Sunday 11.30am - 10pm

2 comments:

  1. One sad thing here is that we maybe one one Malay restaurant. Plenty of thai, vietnamese, chinese etc. What does bukhari mean? I atleast learned that nasi is rice lol.

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  2. Nasi Bukhari is Arabic in origin and it is essentially a variation of pilaf.

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