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Nanay’s Kitchen In Singapore Serves Halal Authentic Filipino Dishes With Recipes Passed Down From Mom

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Syahirah •  Aug 17, 2022

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South East Asian cuisine has a reputation for offering hearty comfort food. There’s just something special about the spices and marinades that go into the dishes that make it so satisfying when it sits in out tummies. 😁 And Filipino food is no exception to the rule! But where can you find halal filipino food in Singapore? Fortunately there’s Nanay’s Kitchen that offers halal authentic filipino cuisine and here’s what you have to know about them! 🔥Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1FLocated in the residential area of Ubi, Nanay’s Kitchen is a Muslim-Owned eatery that serves up homemade dishes packed with flavour! 🤤Walking past this store, you wouldn’t be quick to assume that this place offers Filipino delights. The residents, as well as some locals in the know, visit Nanay’s Kitchen for their selection of breakfast and lunch menus!You can’t go wrong with ordering their Pritong tilapia with Ampalaya salad with a crispy fried tilapia fish and a fresh salad made of bitter gourd, chopped onions, and vinegar, chilli, tomato and some garlic. The acidity of the vinegar and bitter gourd complement the fried salty fried fish! If you prefer something more soupy, try their Bulalo made with light-coloured soup that is made by cooking beef shanks and bone marrow until the collagen and fat have melted into the clear broth. 😄It’s super flavourful and pairs well with rice and fried foods!If you’re visiting with family and friends, don’t hesitate to order Nanay’s Kitchen Boodle Fight Set, which comes in various portion sizes ($40, $90, $150) depending on the pax. The term Boodle Fight refers to sharing a meal with friends and family over a banana leaf-lined table filled with delicious veggies, sauces and much more! 🤗 Affectionally called “The only fight that brings us together”, Boodle Fight Sets come with Garlic Prawns, Fried Fish, Grilled Sotong, Steamed Lady's Finger, Salted Eggs, Mangoes, and much more (Yes, there’s more!). 🤩 It’s totally worth the price and very filling for everyone eating!P.S. Balance out all that savoury goodness by ordering a cup of Halo Halo, a popular cold dessert in the Philippines made up of crushed ice, evaporated milk or coconut milk, and various ingredients like ube! It’s not as sweet as it looks, so it’s great for a post-dessert!If you’re craving for Malay food while you’re at Nanay’s Kitchen, there’s plenty of dishes you can try too such as Mee siam, Mee Goreng and other local delights. You could even get chicken chops, ribeye steaks and much more!Nanay’s Kitchen uses recipes directly from the owner’s mother, so you know you’ll be getting a taste of home. 😍 So don’t be nervous to try the dishes offered here. You’ll be in good hands. 😉So, what’re you waiting for! If you’re looking for any lunch ideas, perhaps go for Nanay’s Kitchen yummy Filipino delights! SHARE this article with your friends, family and your lunch buddies too!Nanay’s KitchenHalal status: Muslim-OwnedAddress: 301 Ubi Ave 1 #01-273 Singapore, Singapore 400301Opening hours: Mon-Fri; 6:30AM-9PM | Sat-Sun; 6:30AM-5PMFacebook | Instagram