Founded in 1981, Tambuah Mas is Singapore’s oldest Indonesian restaurant serving home-style dishes from Padang, Sulawesi and Java. Featuring recipes handing down from generation to generation, the dishes here feature a delicate blend of spices and the freshest ingredients.
Famous for its Tahu Telor (deep-fried beancurd) and Kepala Ikan Istimewa (fish head curry), other signature dishes here include Rendang Lembu (braised beef), Ikan Pepes (grilled fish), Ayam Goreng Istemewa (fried chicken), Es Cendol Kacang (a dessert drink) and Es Teler (fruit cocktail). The portions here are generous, and its menu is a good mix of savoury flavours and tantalising desserts.
This long established restaurant has been whipping up unpretentious and heart-warming food for decades, and is extremely popular with locals. Hence, it is not surprising that Tambuah Mas is actually an Indonesia term for requesting for more food. If you’re in the mood for some delicious and authentic Indonesian cooking, do visit Tambuah Mas for a memorable experience.