|Meal Type||Dinner, Lunch|
|Nearest MRT||Raffles Place|
We’re pretty sure you’ve had Indonesian food in Singapore. But with plenty of islands in Indonesia, it’s expected that certain culture varies from one place to another, not to mention their cuisines. Nonetheless, the family-run Pagi Sore has been perpetually serving Singaporeans home-style Indonesian cuisine with guarded family recipes since 1989, and now the four months old outlet located at Tagore Lane continues to offer a dazzling array of house specials to its patrons.
Flipping through the extensively varied menu, diners get to pick their own favourite no matter whether it’s spicy or sweet. If you’re having trouble with deciding on what to have, we recommend Emping Belinjo that comes free-flow after you order the first serving. Dip the keropok in the sharp and spicy belachan chilli with a squeeze of lime in it and enjoy!
A Pagi Sore original, Ikan Ota Kukus comes with a distinguished smell of ota. A full scaleless and skinless Leather Jacket (that’s the name of the fish) lies in a pool of ota-based gravy that is mixed with eggs to create a smooth and comforting texture.
The grilled to perfection Ayam Bali have definitely drawn a loyal following with its slightest sweet and spicy taste that comes from the sauce used to marinate and brushed on while char-grilling it. Pure satisfaction if you’re a meat-lover.
Tahu Telor, a delicate and crunchy mix of fried beancurd with egg is best eaten with the accompanying special spicy marination sauce. When poured over the tofu tower while hot, you can actually hear sizzles and crackles.
Stir fried with their unique belachan chilli, Tumis Kangkong Belachan looks more green than red but still packed with rushes of spiciness when you taste it.
With dishes so appetising, it is hard not to have it with rice. But the rice at Pagi Sore is not totally the same as you get outside. Their Nasi Putih, also free flow when you order once, is wrapped in a fresh cut banana leaf and then steamed together for an alluring fragrance.
Cleanse your palette after with their refreshing Fresh Lime Juice.
Rallying traditional, home-styled cuisines from the home of Riau Islands into one kitchen, this relaxed and carefree Pagi Sore outlet at Tagore Lane is probably your best bet for a sumptuous, hearty, and fuss-free friends or family dining experience.
88/90 Telok Ayer Street,
Far East Square,
*Flash this page on your phone to our staff at Tagore Lane’s Pagi Sore Indonesian Restaurant and get a 15% off your bill. T&Cs apply.
Terms & Conditions:
- Promotion is valid 31 July 2015.
- Valid for dine-in only.
- Not valid with other promotional discounts or offers.
- No minimum purchase required.
- Promotion available only at Pagi Sore Indonesian Restaurant Tagore Lane.
- Pagi Sore reserves the right to change the T&C without notice.
- Not applicable for set menu.