Being a neighbor to Indonesia, Singapore has quite the collection of Indonesian restaurants. These restaurants, serving savory and delicious Indonesian food can practically be found at every part of Singapore. The question is, which one of these restaurants can give you the full authentic Indonesian taste? We’ve specially curated a list with the help of an Indonesian to give you the list of Indonesian restaurants in Singapore with authentic taste. It’s so accurately on-point and delicious, even Indonesian tourists come to Singapore to dine at these restaurants. 

Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut

This gem at Lucky Plaza is as authentic as it gets. Their famous signature Original Crispy Duck Rice attracts customers any time of the day, and is usually filled with an Indonesian crowd—which by the way, is how you can ensure that the restaurant serves authentic taste. If you think Singaporean food is spicy, you better brace yourself for the Bebek’s chilli. 

Location: #01-42/43/44 304 Lucky Plaza, 304 Orchard Road, Singapore 238863

Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm daily

Ayam Penyet Ria

We’re sure this one’s no stranger to both Indonesian tourists and locals alike. Pioneering the Ayam Penyet dish in Singapore and having 5 branches across sunny Singapore, this restaurant serves all kinds of wonderful Indonesian dishes. A bite of their signature Ayam Penyet will take your taste buds on a trip to Indonesia. 

Location: Lucky Plaza, Far Est Plaza, Jurong Point, Tampines Food Co, Compass One

Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm daily

Sari Ratu 

This one comes from a franchise in Indonesia itself, so you know you’re getting the real deal. Sari Ratu specifically serves Padang/Minangkabau delicacies, which is an area in West Sumatra, Indonesia popular for their spicy dishes. 

Location: 304 Orchard Road, #02-107 Lucky Plaza, 238863

Opening Hours: 11 am – 9 pm daily

Pagi Sore

Starting off as a humble Nasi Padang stall in the streets of Indonesia, the restaurant has grown into a full-fledged Indonesian restaurant that has franchises all over Indonesia and Singapore. It’s the locals’ go-to spot for Nasi Padang back in Indonesia, so when we heard it opened up in Singapore, we knew it was going to exceed expectations. 

Location: 88 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 048470


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