10 Best Indonesian Restaurants in Singapore That’s Incredibly Sedap [2022]

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A massive country with a rich history and culture, Indonesia is a diverse culinary pot of flavours. With culinary influences from different islands such as Bali, Java, Sulawesi and so on, it is well-reflected in Indonesian cuisine which brings together a splendid harmony of spicy, savoury and sweet.

And of course with Singapore located so close by, Indonesian food has found its way to our small, sunny island and warmed the bellies of many here.

With that, we have collated only the best Indonesian restaurants in Singapore in this article that gets your mouth watering.1. IndoChiliSource: DanielFoodDiary.comType of InformationDetailsWebsitehttps://www.indochili.com/Highlights to Note– Highly-raved Indonesian restaurant in Singapore with multiple culinary awards– Wide range of Indonesian delicacies from Java, Padang and Bali– Halal Indonesian restaurantAddress54 Zion Road.Singapore 247779(Opposite Great World City Shopping Mall)Email (for enquiry)[email protected]Contact Number6445 1766​Opening HoursMon – Thurs:11.30am – 9.30pm(Last order : 9.00pm; closed from 3.00pm – 5.00pm)

Fri – Sun:11.30am – 10.00pm(Last order : 9:30pm)Online Reviews903 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.4/5.0 stars)

One of the most highly acclaimed Indonesian restaurants in Singapore will be IndoChili, with its wide array of Indonesian delights from Java, Bali to Padang.

One of IndoChili’s highlights include their Nasi Tumpeng which features yellow dome-shaped rice served alongside dishes like Ayam Bumbu Rujak, Perkedel, potato peanut and pickles.

Other must-haves from the menu would definitely be their Nasi Goreng (Indonesian-style fried rice), Sate Ayam Madura (charcoal-grilled chicken skewers) and Sop Buntut (oxtail soup).2. The Rice TableSource: Time OutType of InformationDetailsWebsitehttp://ricetable.com.sg/Highlights to Note– Only Indonesian restaurant in Singapore serving Dutch rijsttafel– Value-for-money buffet-style set lunches and dinnersAddressInternational BuildingOrchard Road #02-09 International Building 360 Singapore, 238869Email (for enquiry)[email protected]Contact Number6835 3782Opening HoursMon – Sun:12pm – 3pm6pm – 9:30pmOnline Reviews217 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.0/5.0 stars)

This is the rare few Indonesian restaurants in Singapore serving Dutch rijsttafel. Your eyes must be opened wide and wondering what on earth is this, right?

Rijsttafel literally refers to rice table in English, and with that its basically presenting an array of dishes in one seating for diners to sample, from the milder dishes to the spicier ones.

If you’re worried about food turning cold, all the dishes will be placed on a food warmer, so that diners get to savour the abundance of food laid before you at its finest temperature.

Not only is it an interesting dining concept, it’s also value-for-money as this buffet-style lunch or dinner costs $21.80 (15 dishes) and $32.80 (20 dishes) respectively. 3. Kintamani Indonesian RestaurantSource: Have Halal Will TravelType of InformationDetailsWebsitehttps://www.furama.com/riverfront/dining/kintamani-indonesian-restaurantHighlights to Note– Halal Indonesian restaurant– Provides buffet and ala carte options– Buffet promotions running from 11th to 21st MarchAddressFurama Riverfront405 Havelock Road, Singapore 169633Email (for enquiry)[email protected]Contact Number6739 6463Opening HoursMon – Sun: 12pm- 2:30pm6pm- 10:30pmOnline Reviews467 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.1/5.0 stars)

Kintamani Indonesian restaurant’s the pick for the hungry souls out there. Located in Furama Riverfront, this is one of the few Indonesian restaurants in Singapore that offers both buffet and ala carte options for diners.

You can choose to savour Indonesia at your own pace with their ala carte menu, or simply dive straight into the plethora of Indonesian spreads available at their buffet section.

More importantly, they are also running a promotion for buffet diners! For the elderly, children and students, discounts can range from 25% off to 40% off. This offer’s valid only from 11th to 21st March 2021, so there’s not much time left to lose!

More details can be found here. 4. Tambuah Mas Indonesian RestaurantSource: Time OutType of InformationDetailsWebsitehttps://tambuahmas.com.sg/Highlights to Note– One of the oldest Indonesian restaurants in Singapore– Family-owned business with generation-old recipes-Indonesian cuisine from Padang, Sulawesi and JavaAddressParagon Shopping Centre 290 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238859Email (for enquiry)[email protected]Contact Number6733 2220Opening HoursMon – Sun:11:30am – 10pmOnline Reviews428 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.1/5.0 stars)

This is not only one of the oldest, but the most authentic Indonesian restaurants in Singapore. Tambuah Mas Restaurant has been delivering traditional, hearty and delectable Indonesian dishes for over 40 years.

Over here, you get to taste parts of Indonesia as dishes come from Sulawesi, to Padang and Java.

Their menu here all boils down to the basics, with the common Indonesian staples such as the Beef Rendang, Nasi Goreng, Sop Buntut and Ayam Goreng Istimewa.

Of course, the star of their menu will definitely be their famous Tahu Telor. It’s one of their original recipes passed down from generations and highly raved for its stellar combination of sweet and spicy dark sauce, together with crispy egg-battered beancurd.5. Bebek Goreng Pak NdutSource: Miss Tam ChiakType of InformationDetailsWebsitehttps://bebekgorengpakndut.com.sg/Highlights to Note– Crispy Fried Duck– Affordable and casual Indonesian fareAddressLucky Plaza304, #01-42 Orchard Rd, 238863Email (for enquiry)[email protected]Contact Number6734 4787Opening HoursMon – Sun:11am – 9:30pmOnline Reviews810 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.4/5.0 stars)

Bebek Goreng Pak Ndut’s the place for a casual, quick fix of cheap Indonesian food.

This is one of the few Indonesian restaurants in Singapore offering Bebek Goreng (original crispy fried duck), which as anyone could have guessed, is their store’s best-selling dish.

If you’ve had Ayam Penyet before, it sounds like merely a swap of protein but in actuality, elevates the texture and overall flavor of this simple dish. Definitely a must-try here!6. Bumbu RestaurantSource: JayMoyLovesFoodType of InformationDetailsWebsitehttps://www.bumbu.com.sg/Highlights to Note– Thai-Indonesian cuisine– Antique-style restaurant with affordable price rangeAddress44 Kandahar St, Singapore 198897Email (for enquiry)[email protected]Contact Number6392 8628Opening HoursMon – Sun:11am – 3pm, 6pm – 10pmOnline Reviews306 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.4/5.0 stars)

Literally a minute’s walk away from Taliwang lies another Indonesian food haven, otherwise known as Bumbu Restaurant.

Housed in a Indonesia Food quaint Peranakan-inspired building, it gives off a timeless chic ambience that brings one visually back in time.

They specialize in fusion Thai and Indonesian delicacies. Some of their menu highlights would be their pandan leaf chicken or beef rendang.