An eclectic and unique blend of Chinese, Malay, Indian and European cuisines, Folklore’s signature items from the concise a la carte menu, which constitutes Chef Damian D’Silva’s nostalgic homage to Singapore heritage food, include the Sambal Buah Keluak ($22), a laborious dish where the pulp of the Buah Keluak nut is extracted by hand one at a time and cooked with sambal and minced pork; Singgang ($20), a forgotten Eurasian dish of de-boned wolf herring cooked in a non-spicy “rempah”; Mulligatawny ($14), an Anglo-Indian dish of shredded chicken and spices in a chicken broth with a faint accent of tamarind; Hati Babi Bungkus ($18), a Peranakan minced pork and liver dish popular in Malacca and Penang; as well as Pork Leg with Salted Vegetables ($16) which features pork trotters and salted vegetables stewed tender, with a hint of heat.

To end your meal, don’t miss the Kueh Kosui ($6), a steamed Nonya cake covered in grated coconut, and Kueh Bengkah ($10), a baked tapioca cake with gula melaka syrup and ice cream.

KNOWN FOR
– Sambal Buah Keluak Fried Rice
ADDRESS
700 Beach Road, Level 2 Destination Singapore Beach Road
Singapore 199598
Nearest station: Nicoll Highway/Lavender
PHONE*
+65 66792900
PRICE
~$-50/pax
ONLINE
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OPENING HOURS*
Mon to Sun: 12:00pm – 02:30pm, 06:00pm – 09:30pm
*as of August 2017
SEATING CAPACITY
100
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