Page Sore Indonesia Restaurant @ Far East Square

88 / 90 Telok Ayer Street, Far East Square, Singapore 048470


$8 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · Indonesian · Chicken · Seafood · Dessert · Beverages · Vegetarian

Daily: 11:00AM - 02:30PM 06:00AM - 09:30PM

Reviews on Google (4.1/5.0)

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Ashok Sankaran

Rated 5.0/5.0 5 months ago

Very satisfactory Indonesian food. Flavorful and delicious dishes paired with free flow of rice. Value for money and the portion size is just nice. Service was efficient and food arrived very fast.

Kelvin Wee

Rated 4.0/5.0 11 months ago

4-4.5 stars. Food quality: Delicious authentic Indonesian food near CBD. Spicy level watered down for Westerners sos even if you see chilli padi it’s not even spicy! Would be nice to be able to choose spicy level. Food portion / Price: $10+ for vegetables, $20+ for meat. Reasonable sharing portions. Service: Fast and attentive. Crowd: Still some space during weekday lunch but that was during COVID period. Patent: Card accepted.

Xin Hao

Rated 4.0/5.0 7 months ago

Located at Far East Square just 1min walk from Telok Ayer MRT (right opposite after you exit from Exit B). Overall a great dining experience. Quality and authentic Indonesian cuisine. Not too spicy. Aromatic and well-balanced flavors. Price point is decent. Portion is just nice. Regular will fit a group of 5-6 nicely. Bento delivery available as well. Place was pretty packed even on a weekend for a location within the CBD. Service was great and efficient. Staff tried their best though they seemed to be pretty understaffed. Really love the Tahu Telor - crispy deep-fried beancurd with egg with a special sweet sauce. They are also relatively famous for the Ayam Bali (grilled chicken thigh), Otah Kukus, and Kang Kong. Rendang and chendol was okay. The blue jasmine rice wrapped in banana leaves is free flow as well - another of their specialties! Will definitely be back :)

P Chan

Rated 5.0/5.0 11 months ago

Lovely place to enjoy delicious Indonesian food. Pagi Sore has been in business since the 80s. The quality of food remains consistent and good. Check it out on weekday evenings for a much quieter dining environment in the heart of Singapore’s central business district. Food looks spicy but it’s really not. Very appetising and satisfying. Free flow rice from the second order per pax onwards. Must try: Long time favourite Tahu Telor (egg tofu with sweet spicy sauce) and Stir fried long beans and eggplant

Dru Lu

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

Came here for lunch and the food came super fast. Came quite early but the place very quickly filled up by early noon. The fish here is absolutely delicious. Tried my first Alphukat, yums! But I couldn’t finish as the thought of finishing a cup of fat and carbs after a carbs heavy meal is too much. The spice level is just right for non-Indonesian.

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