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The National Kitchen by Violet Oon Singapore


#02–01, National Galley Singapore (City Hall Wing), Singapore
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Instead of spending what looks like their entire budget on chandeliers, Violet Oon’s would do just fine with folding tables and blank concrete walls. Because when the food arrives, you won’t be able to focus on anything else. The restaurant serves upscale Peranakan food, and the must-tries are the dry laksa noodles, the beef rendang, and their buah keluak ayam, a stew made with chicken and candlenut that’s infused with fresh root spices.

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