Every weekend at STREET 50 means a different cuisine from Southeast Asia – Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

Gado GadoDIY your own ‘Gado Gado‘ with the vegetables, beancurd, and most importantly, the power peanut sauce.

 Rojak Serut Bandung

Sate LilitAn interesting and fragrant hybrid of satay and otak otak made up of fish and prawn paste.

Sayur Urap

Ikan Kering SambalThe crispiness of the dried fish couldn’t been better when paired with sweet sambal sauce.

Soto Ayam MaduraChicken soup also “DIY-able.”

Mutton Rendang

Ikan Cincaru Sumbat

Ayam Lemak Chilli PadiChicken in spicy and creamy coconut gravy.

Udang Petai Balado

Opor NangkaDelicious curry cooked with young jackfruit till mushy.

Live StationLike most buffets, there’s a live station to get your dish whipped up in front of you.

Mee BaksoIt was ‘Mee Bakso‘ (beef ball noodle in clear broth) for that week. I love the softness of beef balls and abundance of homemade chilli sauces.

Assorted Nyonya Kuehs

Som SomChilled rice pudding in rose scented syrup.

Bubur Pulut Hitam

The fare we had, if isn’t obvious enough, was Indonesian. Which means this coming weekend will be Thai. Adults pay S$32++ and children S$16++ (but if they’re below 6 they dine for free with the adult).

STREET 50 Restaurant & Bar

Food6
Ambience5.5
Value6
Service6.5
6Overall Score

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