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55 Boat Quay, tel (65) 65343775, Singapore
  • I love the traditional favourites such as deep-fried gurame fish (crispy to the bone), sayur lodeh (curry vegetables) braised till meltingly soft, and the ubiquitous tahu telur (fried beancurd with egg and drizzled with a sweet, thick gravy)
  • I recommend you with any menu item that's bakar or charcoal-grilled
  • I don't know so far if this restaurant has received a Halal Certified or not yet, but based on my experience while living in Singapore, many restaurant which said no pork or lard are Halal Certified

    • by Dian Melydia
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      For Indonesian people who’s studying, working or living in other country, sometimes will feel homesick especially with Indonesian cuisine. Indonesia is a multicultural, multi island, and wide nation which separated into three time zone. One of the central of Indonesian culture is Java island which also separated into some region such as Sunda.

      Sunda is part of West Java of Indonesia, and


      has a culture distinct from the rest of Indonesia.

      In Singapore, we can find Sundanese food in House of Sundanese. This restaurat outlet started as a regional chain of franchises and sure to satisfy our cravings for Indonesian cuisine. This restaurant is one of my must-come place whenever i go to Singapore.

      I love the traditional favourites such as deep-fried gurame fish (crispy ...


      • to the bone), sayur lodeh (curry vegetables) braised till meltingly soft, and the ubiquitous tahu telur (fried beancurd with egg and drizzled with a sweet, thick gravy). I recommend you with any menu item that’s bakar or charcoal-grilled.

        This restaurant outlet is 100% does not use pork or lard, so it’s halal. I don’t know so far if this restaurant has received

        a Halal Certified or not yet, but based on my experience while living in Singapore, many restaurant which said no pork or lard are Halal Certified. But if you are not sure yet, feel free to ask them.

        This restaurant also offers satay. Maybe Sundanese is only a name, but this restaurant could be said to represented Indonesian cuisine, so it’s not only Sundanese food.




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