Unique finds this Ramadan: 6 platters for Iftar that are not Nasi Ambeng

Assemble your gang for Iftar.
Titan Feast Platters

Nasi Ambeng—we love the traditional Indonesian dish served communal dining-style on a platter or dulang. If you don’t love Nasi Ambeng, who hurt you sis?

As much as we love Nasi Ambeng, even we have to say that it can get quite a bit…predictable, sometimes. And besides, it’s one of those dishes that is so common that everyone has their personal favourites.

So, instead of telling you where to get Nasi Ambeng, here are 6 alternative platters that are both unique and perfect for communal dining. Planning your Iftar with friends? Consider ordering any one of these unique finds for a one-of-a-kind experience.

1. Ramadan Special Platter at Soulfood Catering, S$42

Ramadan platters Soul Food Catering
Photo via Soulfood Catering Facebook

Soulfood Catering is known for their Western fusion twist to the traditional Nasi Lemak, incorporating uncommon proteins like ribeye steak and salmon to coconut milk soaked rice. However, for their Ramadan Platter, they’re keeping it relatively safe with a platter filled with Beef Rendang, Chilli Deng Deng, BBQ Prawns, Mackerel Otah, Begedil, and Omelette served with Nasi Lemak.

Price: Two sizes available –– S$42 for 2 pax, S$82 for 4 pax
Address: 13 Pahang St, Singapore 198614
Ramadan opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday 4 – 9pm
Tel: 8767 8299
Website | Order online

2. Lemang Platter at Love, Food Club

Instead of just having rice as the main carbohydrate component in its platter, this restaurant near Rochor MRT also features lemang, a type of glutinous rice typically cooked inside a bamboo stalk. Happily tuck into this iconic Hari Raya food with the deliciously rich beef rendang, addictive ayam percik and fiery sambal tiger prawns and quail eggs. Each platter also comes with Bandung Selasih, dessert of the week and dates.

Price: Two sizes available –– S$55 for 2-3 pax, S$75 for 4-5 pax
Address: 9 Perak Road, Singapore 208130
Ramadan opening hours: 5pm to 10pm
Delivery: S$10
Tel: 6612 9763
Facebook | Order online

Read more about Love, Food Club here.

3. TITAN Family Feast at Tomahawk King

Titan Feast
Source: Tomahawk King

Just as the name implies, you’ll need to assemble a team of superheroes (about 6-8 pax) to break fast here with the TITAN Family Feast. It consists of hearty favourites from the Tomahawk King kitchen—the likes of a massive Tomahawk steak, whole boneless fried chicken, Satsuma Wagyu Rendang with Mantou and much much more. Your pants’ buttons will be begging for mercy by the end of the meal.

Price: S$298
Address: 324F Changi Road, Singapore 419799
Ramadan opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 5pm to 11pm
Delivery: Free
Tel: 8790 2242
Facebook | Order online

4. Noosh Premium Ramadan Platter

Noosh is known for crafting dishes that multi-generational families can enjoy, and this platter is no exception. Here, they have prepared an extensive spread which consists of Chef Mel Dean-approved Blue Pea Rice with Ulam, served with Ayam Percik Kelantan, Sambal Bali Beef Ribs, Udang Panggang Berempah, Sambal Baked Mussels and Lemak Cili Padi Scallops.

Noosh Platter
Source: Tomahawk King

Price: S$89.90, serves 4 pax
Address: 8 Raffles Avenue, Esplanade Mall #01-13B, Singapore 039802
Ramadan opening hours: 6pm to 3am
Delivery: $20 for order below $100, Free delivery for above $100
Website | Order online | Make reservations online

5. Ramadan Family Platter at Sedap Wok

If you’re a family of two, Sedap Wok has got your back with a platter that’s big enough for the both of you. You won’t be disappointed thanks to the repertoire of multi-ethnic dishes the chefs have prepared in the combo dish—think mango salad, lala, prawns, salted egg fish skin, sotong, and mutton satay, served alongside seafood fried rice. This limited edition platter is limited to 30 sets per night, so book early.

Price: S$28, serves 2 pax
Address: JEM Koufu Cookhouse, 50 Jurong Gateway Rd, #05-01, Singapore 608549
Ramadan opening hours: 10.30am to 10pm
Tel: Whatsapp 9830 0033 to order or send DM on Instagram

6. Farmhouse or Seabreeze Platter at Ela

Here’s another restaurant to consider if you’re undecided on where to bring your family for an iftar meal. Ela is the latest restaurant by The Black Hole Group, and it specialises in all things Greek. Love meat? Dig into the finest delights of the Farmhouse Platter, including beef meatballs, beef, lamb and chicken kebabs, chicken sausage, Greek salad, Tzatziki (cucumber yoghurt dip), and more. Otherwise, the Seabreeze Platter is just as interesting as it features a variety of seafood like seabass, calamari, swordfish and octopus tentacle.

Price: Farmhouse Platter (S$54.90 for 2 pax / S$74.90 for 4 pax) | Seabreeze Platter (S$74.90 for 2 pax / S$99.90 for 4 pax)
Address: 2 Bukit Batok West Avenue 7, #01-07, Singapore 659003
Ramadan opening hours: 12pm to 10pm daily
Website | Make reservations online

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