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7.5

Padi D'NYC

MalaysianSingaporean

Midtown

$$$$Perfect For:LunchDining Solo

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Padi is a full-service Malaysian restaurant in Singapore, and they’ve brought their solid bowls of hearty chicken gulai, sweet-ish beef rendang, and smoky chicken satay to Midtown’s Urban Hawker food hall. Longtong, served in a bowl of creamy coconut curry, should be your first priority. The silky rice cakes soak in all the yellow curry without falling apart, accompanied by potatoes, fish cakes, and boiled eggs to round out the meal.

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