Ayam Penyet Ria Indonesian Restaurant – Singapore

Introduction
Star Alliance Business Class Lounge LAX
Eva Airlines Royal Laurel Business Class LAX-TPE
Eva Airlines Infinity Lounge – Taipei
Eva Airlines Royal Laurel Business Class TPE-SIN
Grand Hyatt Singapore
Ayam Penyet Ria Restaurant
Newton Hawker Center
People’s Park Hawker Center
Paradise Dynasty
Por Kee Eating House
Rainforest Airport Lounge
Cathay Pacific Business Class SIN-HKG
Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur
Petronas Towers
Jalan Aloor
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Victoria Peak
Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui
The Big Buddha
Ferry – Kowloon to Macau
Grand Hyatt Macau
Din Tai Fung – Macau
Old Town Macau
Restaurante Litoral
A Lorche Restaurant
Ferry – Macau to Kowloon
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
The Bridge Cathay Pacific Lounge – Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific Business Class HKG-BKK
Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
Ban Khun Mae
Thai Royal Orchid Lounge – Bangkok
Asiana Airlines Business Class BKK-ICN
Gwang Yang Korean BBQ Restaurant – Seoul
Asiana Business Class Lounge – Seoul
Asiana Airlines Business Class ICN-LAX

Ayam Penyet Ria Restaurant is an Indonesian restaurant located in the Far East Plaza, about a three minute walk from the Grand Hyatt Singapore.

The restaurant is located on the fifth floor.

Ayam Penyet
Ayam Penyet

They are known for their Ayam Penyet (~$6), or smashed chicken. The dish comes with a flattened chicken breast, along with fried tofu and tempeh. There is a side of spinach as well. The chicken is topped with fried coconut milk to give a crunchy topping. There is also a side of chili, which is not all that hot. The chicken was a little dry around the edges, but fairly moist in the middle.

Empal Penyet
Empal Penyet

The Empal Penyet (~$6) is somewhat similar to the Ayam Penyet, except this is a beef dish. It comes with the same accompaniments of fried tofu, fried tempeh, spinach, chili and a cucumber slice. Similar to the Ayam Penyet, the beef was a little on the dry side. The addition of the chili helped to “moisten” the beef.

Tahu Telor
Tahu Telor

The Tahu Telor (~$5) is a tower of fried scrambled eggs and tofu in a peanut sauce, similar to what is served with satay. The dish was okay, but overly greasy.

Ayam Penyet does an okay job if you are craving Indonesian food and are in the area, but not one worth making a special trip for.

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