Well loved by many, Thai Mookata is the perfect idea for social gatherings and family get-together. Best eaten with loads of pork lard, cooked with charcoal and enjoyed with fellow gourmands, what’s there not to love?
Introducing Mookata’s new buffet menu, the Thai BBQ restaurant dishes out its best-selling proteins, fresh greens, finger foods and beverages that will satisfy diners’ bellies and wallets. Go nuts and make your calories count, especially with their perennial favourites such as Pork Collar, Pork Belly and Chicken Thigh. Before you go into food coma, don’t forget to try their Pineapple Fried Rice. Exclusively available at Bugis Junction and prepared by Mookata’s Thai chef, it’s a staple to have on the table.
“The buffet is a long time coming, and our answer to many of our diner’s request for this dining format. We are happy to have the support of so many followers over the years, and will certainly offer the same quality of food in a buffet as one will find in our ala carte menu,” says Nicole Tay, General Manager of Mookata.
At just $25.90++ at ORTO, the buffet is available now from Mondays to Thursdays during dinners (5:00pm to 12 midnight) at ORTO.
overallreview: shauneeie3.5hands. If you’re not fazed by the smoky aftermath from the BBQ, then it makes a great place to bond over a communal pot of delectable grilled meats and delicious soup. Mookata is the solution for lazy people like me, who are out of dinner plans for big groups.
Mookata @ ORTO
81 Lorong Chencharu
nearby mrt: khatib
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