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D'Penyetz @ Admiralty Place

678A Woodlands Ave 6, Singapore 731678 #01-31

$6 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · BBQ · Malay · Indonesian · Asian · Beverages · Chicken

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HC Lum

Rated 3.0/5.0 6 months ago

It’s a busy stall and advisable to come early or expect some wait over your food. Overall the chicken are tender and right flavor. The chili and different spicy level added some fun and challenges into your meal. Level 4 spicy is right for me to enjoy and I wish it would be slightly sweeter. The tofu is ordinary but flavorful and soft. I would definitely go back again for its duck dishes.

Alexander Reinaldo

Rated 4.0/5.0 3 months ago

I recently had the pleasure of trying two standout dishes from an Indonesian restaurant: the Spicy Madura Duck and the Crispy Spicy Indonesian Chicken Cutlet. The Spicy Madura Duck (Spicy Level 6) was a real standout dish. The duck meat was tender and cooked to perfection, with a crispy skin that added a delightful texture. The sauce was spicy, yet balanced, with a hint of sweetness that complemented the duck perfectly. The dish also came with fragrant rice The Crispy Spicy Indonesian Chicken Cutlet (Spicy Level 7) was also a real winner. The chicken was crispy on the outside, yet juicy on the inside, and the spicy seasoning added a delicious kick. Both dishes were nice, yet not too spicy (even at the highest level).

Art C

Rated 3.0/5.0 6 months ago

Tried it out today and find it expensive for something I can have at Kampung Admiralty food court for 10~20% cheaper. Whatever price you see, remember to add $1 for rice. So 8 had their ayam penyet and it was $9.90. Price aside, the chicken was tender and almost just fall off the bone. Taste wise, nothing to shout about.

Rennie Lee

Rated 3.0/5.0 a month ago

The food is not bad!! Chili is spicy though, level 1 is the best for me 😅

Nora Anuar

Rated 1.0/5.0 4 months ago

Disappointed with the spiced duck rice. When I received the box of duck rice, it’s smelt of stale food. As a first time eating them, I thought maybe the smell came from the spices. When I brought home, it’s just don’t taste fresh. The tempe, the duck, seemed that you reheat it back from yesterday. Never gonna eat there again. Not as fresh or crispy as other penyet outlet. Disappointing.