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Monday, February 24, 2020

Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut

Ever since "Tomato" eatery closed down, we were wondering what will be the next stall coming up in Westgate from Capitaland. Not long after, we realized that the usual place has been converted into Halal dining space, Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut which claimed that they serve authentic Indonesian food and all their sauces were imported directly from Indonesia.

Gado-Gado is one of my favourite Indonesian dishes. This Indonesian Salad is mixed of slightly boiled, blanched or steamed vegetables, tomatoes, potatoes and hard-boiled eggs drenched with sweet and savoury peanut sauce. A handful of crackers were added too.

Mixed Vegetable (Gado-gado) - $6.50
Ayam Penyet Original is marinated in a savoury blend of secret spices and deep-fried. Though it was said that its juiciness was well maintained. I find that it tasted quite dry after a few months. The dish was served with tofu, tempeh and a side salad, not forgetting their powerful chilli that gave an extreme fiery kick to the chicken.

Original Smash Fried Chicken + Rice - $7.90
For the healthy goers, you may want to order the grilled chicken rice (Ayam Bakar). The chicken was grilled with Indonesian sweet soya sauce. It's juicy without being too oily and had a pleasant smoky flavour. This dish is served with tofu, tempeh and a side salad.

Grilled Chicken + Rice - $7.90
Luckily we ordered some drinks to pair along with the rice. The drinks were definitely not the usual taste we would get from stalls. Lime Juice as well as Ice Lemon Tea were not too sweet and had a subtle fragrance in them.

Iced Lemon Tea and Lime Juice Cold - $2.20 Each
If I happen to visit them again, I will like to try their fried duck.

Rating: 3 / 5

Bebak Gorent Pak Ndut
Location: Westgate, 3 Gateway Dr #B1-11, Singapore 608532
Nearest Station: Jurong East (NS1 / EW24 / JE5 )

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