Mookata Traditional Thai BBQ 25/11/2011 East Coast, Thai ‘Mookata‘ in Thai means ‘pork and skillet.’ A combination of marinated chicken breast, pork collar, pork belly, streaky bacon, prawns, squid, fishball, meatball, crab stick, otah, leafy vegetables, corn, golden mushroom, eggs, tung hoon and tofu. I know raw meat doesn’t look the most appetising so I shall only post one big ass photo of it. I’ve seen this once at Tom Yum Kungfu but let me elaborate further. The traditional skillet is a dome-shaped metal pan with a trough flanked around its circumference. Fueled by burning charcoal, a variety of meat is loaded on top of the skillet and as they get barbequed, tasty juices and seasonings will flow down the sides of the dome into the trough, adding flavour to the soup. Spicy lovers would be most excited to hear! Mookata makes their own chilli sauces with three levels ranging from the mildest to the deadliest. I swear by it that all of them tasted darn good. Mookata Traditional Thai BBQ 103 East Coast Road, Singapore 428797 (Nearest MRT: Dakota, Eunos) (+65) 6344 2985 Mon – Fri: 12pm – 10.30pm Sat – Sun: 12pm – 11pm Tue: 5pm – 10.30pm Website Food7.5 Ambience6 Value7.5 Service6.5 6.9Overall Score Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.