Combining the features of traditional Korean BBQ and Chinese steamboat, Mookata is such a perfect creation that will satisfy both meat & soup lovers! Originated from northern Thailand, Mookata has recently gained its popularity in Singapore really quickly. As Mookata fan, I have tried quite a number of Mookata restaurants in Singapore. Here’s a list of Mookata restaurants that I’ve tried.
888 Mookata is opened by the local celebrity Chor Chow Meng and Dennis Chew. There are 3 outlets located in Hougang, Bishan and Bukit Batok respectively. Compared to those Mookata restaurants located in the central shopping malls, the 888 Mookata which is located in the coffee shops is much more affordable with comparable taste and quality of food. We ordered a platter set meal for 2 and it only cost 26 bucks. Do remember to come earlier as there is usually a long queue!
Facebook: 888 Mookata
Talay Kata Mookata Buffet
Compared to the other mentioned Mookata restaurants, Talay Kata is a Mookata buffet where customers have even a wider selection of food. Located in Somerset 313, it is one of the favourites for young people nowadays. The ambience is quite good with proper ventilation. Unlike many Mookata restaurants that only provide one or two types of sauces, here you can customize the sauce using the other ingredients they provide. Weekday, weekends, lunch and dinner will all have different prices ranging from S$19.9 – S $35.8 per person. Details can be seen on their website below.
Aroy Mak Mookata
This is the good choice for those who live near Serangoon Garden Way. Starting from 5pm, it provides both a la carte menu and buffet option. The normal buffet is only S$15 and if you are a seafood lover you can upgrade it to premium one with only 5 dollars extra. Also, there are a lot of choices for sauces and you can relish the original taste of Thai green milk tea!
Facebook: Aroy Mak Mookata