Tantalise your taste buds with Nyonya cuisine and favourites from Malaysia’s food haven.

Spice Brasserie

Malaccan Baba chef Jimmy Bong brings treasured family dishes to the table. Diners can look forward to an aromatic Udang Masak Lemak Nenas (pineapple prawn curry), a zesty Claypot Assam Pedas Fish Head (spicy tamarind fish head), and the classic Ayam Buah Keluak. Get a taste of Rojak Melaka and Fried Mee Siam, as well as a good old Nyonya Laksa, and Kueh Pie Tie. Cool off with a huge serving of icy Chendol, and embrace the oncoming food coma with Nyonya kueh and ice cream. (Weekday Lunch: $35++ Weekend and PH Lunch: $38++) 181 Kitchener Rd, PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road. Tel: 6428 3160

Sun’s Café

Hotel Grand Pacific’s Sun’s Café is a family-friendly restaurant serving hearty Peranakan fare. Dig into a comforting bowl of Pig Stomach Soup, and choose between the popular Chicken Curry and the aromatic Nyonya Laksa Lemak. Cop multiple servings of Babi Ponteh and Sambal Prawn with Petai before rounding up your meal with some Nyonya kueh. (Mon-Fri Lunch: $38++; Sat-Sun Lunch: $40++; Mon-Thu Dinner: $45++; Fri-Sat Dinner: $47++) 01 Victoria Street, Hotel Grand Pacific. Tel: 6431 1823

Feast@East Buffet Restaurant

Reminisce about the good ol’ days and savour a medley of local flavours at the newly refurbished Feast@East Buffet Restaurant. Try the Laksa and Babi Buah Keluak to get your sweat on. Bring your grandparents and parents, for they’re sure to enjoy the Babi Ponteh, and a decadent house-made Durian Paste. Senior citizens and Pioneer Generation cardholders enjoy special pricing too, so this is definitely one to treat the old folks to. Note: Feast@East has updated their buffet prices; prices are accurate as of 14 March 2018. (Mon-Sun Lunch: $44++ adult, $22++ child, $34 senior citizen, $30 Pioneer Generation cardholder. Mon-Thu except PH and eve of PH Dinner: $48++ adult, $24++ child, $37 senior citizen, $33 Pioneer Generation cardholder. Fri-Sun, PH and eve of PH Dinner: $49++ adult, $25++ child, $37 senior citizen: $33 Pioneer Generation cardholder. Sat & PH High Tea: $24++ adult, $12++ child. 50% discount off adult and child prices every Wednesday Lunch and Dinner) 50 East Coast Road, Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy. Tel: 6340 5665

Ellenborough Market Café

Enjoy Peranakan flavours among an exciting Asian spread at Ellenborough Market Café. Fill up your crispy Kueh Pie Tee shells to the brim with shredded turnip, prawn and egg, and indulge in a savoury Babi Pongteh with fermented soybean sauce. Turn up the heat with a spicy braised Ayam Buah Keluak, and a piquant Nyonya Laksa. Eat your fill of the Chap Chye and fragrant Ngoh Hiang too, but remember to save space for the all-time favourite dessert – a sinfully rich Durian Pengat. (Lunch: $52++; Dinner: $68++; High Tea: $42++). 20 Merchant Road, Swissôtel Merchant Court Singapore. Tel: 6239 1847/1848

Princess Terrace

If you’re on a lookout for an authentic Penang hawker fest, Princess Terrace is the place to be. Their bowls of traditional Penang Laksa will make you feel like you’re actually in Gurney Drive. Savour the fragrant wok-fried Penang Char Kway Teow, and a comforting bowl of Prawn Mee Thng. Tease your tastebuds with their spicy signatures – Penang Mee Goreng, Curry Chicken, and a fiery Sambal Prawn/Sambal Ikan Bilis. Don’t miss out on the Satay, Nasi Lemak, and Kueh Pie Tee. For dessert, go for handmade bite-sized kueh, and hot soups like Bubur Cha Cha, or Pulut Hitam. (Weekday Lunch: $49.80++, Weekday: Dinner $53.80++. Weekend Lunch: $51.80++ Weekend Dinner: $56.80++ children get 50% off adult price) 403 Havelock Road, Copthorne King’s Hotel Singapore. Tel: 6318 3168

Spices Cafe

Located in the heart of Orchard Road, Spices Cafe’s weekday lunch buffet offers a range of delectable Peranakan dishes, and is easy on your wallet. Apart from Ayam Buah Keluak and Babi Ponteh, look out for the Bakwan Kepiting (minced pork and crab meat ball soup), and a blast from the past – Loh Kai Yik (a red fermented soybean stew). Seafood lovers will enjoy tucking into the Oyster Omelette, a pungent but tasty Petai Prawn, Sotong Hitam (squid in black ink), and crabs cooked in different daily flavours. (Weekday Lunch: $38++ adult, $18++ child, $28.00++ senior citizen) 100 Orchard Road, Concorde Hotel Singapore. Tel: 6734 0393/6733 8855 ext 8133

Penang Place

Head on down here for unlimited plates of your favourite fried noodles – Char Kway Teow, Hokkien Mee, and Mee Goreng; try the Assam Laksa for a hot and sour noodle fix. Continue with dishes like Assam Prawns, a fragrant Belachan Chicken, Chicken Curry, and a tender Beef Rendang. Try their snacks like Popiah, Lobak, and Assorted Kueh Kueh, and don’t leave without finishing at least one bowl of their Ice Kacang and Chendol. (Mon-Fri Lunch: $24.90++ adult, $15.90++ child; Mon-Thur Dinner: $27.90++ adult, $16.90++ child); Fri Dinner, and Sat-Sun, PH and eve of PH Lunch & Dinner: $30.90++ adult, $17.90++ child) #02-314/315/316 Suntec City West Wing, 3 Temasek Boulevard. Tel: 6467 7003

White Rose Café

Tucked away in Mount Elizabeth is York Hotel’s White Rose Café. Available from 10-25 March, the thrice-yearly Penang buffet returns with authentic hawker specialties to satisfy diners’ appetites. Live stations dole out Penang Laksa, Char Kway Teow, Penang Rojak with hae-ko (prawn paste), Lor Bak and Cuttlefish Kang Kong. Try the classic Penang Roti Canai (an Indian-influenced crisp, buttery flatbread), complete with the theatrics of the skilful hawker flipping the dough in the air! Dip your flatbread in an earthy Dhal Curry or Chicken Curry, or add sambal chilli to take it up a notch. In true Penangite fashion, the buffet spread features street snacks like crispy Ban Chang Kueh. Wash it down with Bandung and Calamansi, and of course, Ice Kacang and Chendol.  (Mon-Fri Lunch & Dinner: $29++ adult, $20++ child. Sat-Sun Lunch & Dinner: $33++ adult, $23++ child) 21 Mount Elizabeth, York Hotel Singapore. Tel: 6737 0511