In case you live under a rock and don't know what Mookata is, it's basically a self-serving, all-you-can-eat Thai-style barbecue or steamboat. I'm not sure about you, but I love all kinds of barbecues and all-you-can-eat buffets.
Although Mu kratha (Mookata) literally means 'pan pork' in Thai, you can actually use the same style of dining for cooking any meat. So, you can eat Mookata without the pig part. As long as you know where to find an excellent halal Mookata place, there is no need to worry.
So, where can you find the best halal Mookata in Singapore?
Sedap Thai is one of the most affordable halal Mookata in Singapore, according to many people. With only $20, you can eat all the meat you can.
If you're into an abundant share of the meat to put on your plate, Sedap Thai is where you want to head.
Address: 166 Jln Besar, Singapore
CHICE is a decent place to satisfy your halal Mookata cravings if you're on the west side of Singapore. The prices are reasonable, and the marinated meat is always high quality. Although they might lack some of the variety you'd expect in their seafood choices, CHICE is still one of the best.
Address: 2 Venture Dr, #01-47 Vision Exchange, Singapore
Most people who frequent Lukhon Thai never think about eating their Mookata anywhere else because this restaurant never fails to satisfy them.
If you and your friends are thinking bout going somewhere to try some Mookata, you'll never go wrong with Lukhon Thai
Address: 110 Pasir Ris Central, #02-05, Singapore
Image Credit: AAA Mokita Chill & Thrill Restaurant
Aside from Thai Mookata, Chill & Thrill serve all sorts of Asian cuisines from China, Malaysia, and the Philippines. So, if you're looking to eat a culturally diverse lunch or dinner, Chill & Thrill is the go-to.
This restaurant tends to be a bit crowded during peak hours, so you might want to call them to check out if there's a place. Here's the Phone number: +65 9183 2482.
Address: 552 MacPherson Rd, Singapore
So, there you have it; these are the best spots where you can find the best halal Mookata in Singapore. Once you establish your best spot to get Mookata, you don't have to switch around. Alternatively, if you like to rank all of the restaurants from worst to best, you can go on a Mookata restaurant rating journey across Singapore. It's a good idea for a YouTube video if you're into that sort of thing.
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