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Taliwang Restaurant is a 100% Muslim-Owned Indonesian restaurant which specializes in Lombok and Indonesian cuisine. Our Chefs take pride in our homemade sambal and sauces which is prepared in house from scratch.Our specialty is Ayam Bakar Taliwang/Kicap...more

Singapore, Singapore

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Taliwang Restaurant is a 100% Muslim-Owned Indonesian restaurant which specializes in Lombok and Indonesian cuisine. Our Chefs take pride in our homemade sambal and sauces which is prepared in house from scratch.

Our specialty is Ayam Bakar Taliwang/Kicap Madu/ Sambal Golek, Iga Bakar Sambal Ijo, Ikan Bakar, Udang Bakar Tiger Prawn, Bakwan Jagung, Terong Bakar Balado, Cumi2 Bakar and many more!

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Cuisine

Indonesian, Grill, Western, Pasta

Halal Assurance

Muslim owned restaurant

Average Price

SGD $35 for 2pax

Opening Hours

Monday - Sunday: 12PM - 10PM (Last Order: 9:15PM)

Suitable For

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snack
  • Family

Other Services

  • Takes reservations
  • Delivery services
  • Take away
  • Accept Credit cards
  • Alcohol not served
  • Wifi available
  • Air conditioned seating
  • Outdoor seating

Address

26 Kandahar Street, Singapore 198888

Website

https://taliwangsg.com/

Phone

+65 6909 9776

Email

TaliwangSG@gmail.com

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