This Hidden Gem At Yummy Food Point Serves Rave-Worthy Ayam Penyet On Wooden Plates

Originated from Indonesia, ayam penyet has been making its way to neighbouring countries such as Singapore and Malaysia. Loved by many, ayam penyet is usually a combination of several ingredients. The main feature is none other succulent fried chicken, commonly smashed with pestle and mortar to make it softer. It is accompanied by spicy sambal, refreshing cucumbers, and fried tofu or tempeh. Are you hungry yet?


Find It At Pondok Ayam Timor Ayam Penyet In Singapore

Normally, people would get their cravings fixed at Ayam Penyet President, a food chain that serves ayam penyet among other Indonesian treats. This time around, it is time to give Pondok Ayam Timor a try. After all, it is unusual to stumble upon an eatery with a full five stars on its Google Reviews. You can find this hidden gem located at Yummy Food Point!

Truly authentic, Pondok Ayam Timor serves their ayam penyet on a round wooden plate. From the presentation of the dish, the main highlight is none other than its fried chicken. Using a whole piece of chicken thigh, the chicken thigh fried to a beautiful golden brown before it is smashed. You will be able to see the white juicy flesh peeking out from the golden brown skin!


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When it comes to the spicy sambal, Pondok Ayam Timor is surely generous. The sambal takes up almost half of the wooden plate. It is definitely not for the faint-hearted. Tiny chilli seeds can be seen in the red mixture. The meal is complete with some fresh greens on the side. Cool off the heat with some freshly sliced cucumbers, lettuce, and fried tofu.


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Apart from fried chicken, fried fish is also available right here.

A Hidden Gem For You To Discover


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Address: 301 Ubi Ave 1, Singapore 400301

Operating Hours: Daily except for Sunday, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

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