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This Popular Stall At Amoy Street Food Centre Draws Crowds For Their Incredible Ayam Bakar

Many different spots serve Ayam Bakar here in Singapore. But why settle for replicas or mimics when you can get the most authentic version of this dish! At Warung Parsanga, you can get all kinds of authentic Indonesian dishes like Rendang, Lauk Lemak and many more! And that is on top of their Nasi Ayam Bakar! If you are looking for both delicious and authentic Indonesian food, Warung Parsanga is definitely the spot!

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Authentic Indonesian Food At Amoy Street

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This popular Indonesian stall is located at the far end of Amoy Street Food Centre. This quaint little spot is definitely one you can’t miss, however. Surrounded by many different stalls of different cuisines, this stall continues to boast long lines every day! They also pride themselves on many different authentic dishes, you can come back and try a new meal every day for a week!

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Ayam Bakar is an iconic dish that we have covered many times. A lot of them have their twist and take on this dish. However, this version is by far the most authentic. Their Ayam Bakar Colo Colo is a crowd favourite. There were even people who were waiting for the cook to make a new batch just for them to have a taste! If that doesn’t speak to its popularity, I don’t know what will!

Succulent Ayam Bakar With Many Sauces

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Ayam Bakar of this type takes a while to prepare. With the number of different sauces, it takes a lot of time to ready every component! Firstly, their Lauk Lemak is cooked low and slow. This is to ensure the lemongrass, Thai Bayleaf and other seasonings bloom and turn fragrant! The green chilli sauce is simple made by grinding different chilli and other spices together. The chicken itself its grilled and charred to give the dish smokiness!

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The Ayam Bakar Colo-Colo ($7.50) is a beautiful medley of different flavours! It has freshness from the greens, peppers and chilli. It has sweetness from the Kicap (Sweet soya sauce) and it has coconut and creaminess from the Lauk Lemak. The chicken is grilled to perfection! A sweet and charred skin with juicy meat will take your breath away. You put that all together and you’d be having a small bite of heaven!

Hurry Down And Try Warung Parsanga Today!

Due to its popularity, we expect them to be fully packed by 11am. We suggest coming around 2pm to avoid large crowds and of course, bring your friends and family to enjoy their signature dish! Come on down today!

Address: 7 Maxwell Rd, #01-75, Singapore 069111

Operating Hours: Daily except on Weekends, 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Cover Photo: Singapore Foodie

For more articles on Malay food, do check out This Hidden Gem At Geylang Serai Serves Mouth-Watering Nasi Ayam Bakar!

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