As dining-in resumes in Singapore, Permata Singapore has redesigned its Nusantara buffet menu to bring you a plethora of Malay and Indonesian dishes.
Nusantara in old Javanese terms literally means “outer islands”, the maritime name of Southeast Asia. In the Indonesian or Malay language, it is often translated as ‘archipelago’. Hence, the culinary delights that awaits you at Permata Singapore is inspired by Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia and the South of Thailand.
Executive Chef Firdauz Nasir has put together an affordable Nusantara buffet menu for two. Start with a selection of appetisers to choose from which includes a Chilled Seafood Platter, Kerabu Salads, Roti Jala, Soup and Noodle of the Day, Chicken & Mutton Satay, Cemil-Cemilan Platter that goes well with Permata’s hand pounded sambals.
Mains feature Permata Singapore’s signature Wagyu Beef Rendang, Ayam Binjai, Belimbing Lamb, Tempoyak Ikan Patin and Udang Lemak Nenas which is served with Blue Pea Rice or Hom Mali White Rice.
Grilled dishes include Danging Bakar (Marinated Roast Beef), Itik Bakar (Roasted Duck), Ayam Percik (Grilled Spring Chicken), Tiram Bakar (Grilled Oysters), Ikar Bakar (Grilled Sea Bass), Grilled Prawns, Pulut Panggang (Glutinous Rice Stuffed With Grated Coconut) and Vegetables. All grilled dishes are accompanied with Lemang and Nasi Impit.
Treat yourself to a selection of Kuehs, Fruits, Buah Keluak Brownies, Western Desserts and free-flow of Soft Drinks, Juices, Coffee and Tea.
Permata Singapore is located at 73 Sultan Gate, Gedung Kuning, Singapore 198497. Reservations can be made online or by calling +65-90829941.