Agrobazaar Malaysia is here in Singapore due to a Malaysian government funded initiatives. As a result Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore is born at Sultan Gate, Kampong Glam, occupying a few shophouses. It has a very interesting concept; consisting of a supermarket, cafe and a restaurant. The supermarket are stocked with Malaysian produces and products, while the cafe and restaurant serve authentic Malaysian cuisine.
On the ground floor is the Supermarket. The Supermarket section is the original business of Agrobazaar Malaysia.
There are so many Malaysia producce and products with brands that are never seen in any other supermarket in Singapore. It is also shelves with lots of Malaysia grown fruits.
My favourite part of the supermarket is the special Durian room filled with Durian. I was eyeing for these king of fruits from the moment I see them.
Also located at the ground floor is KopieSatu. This is one of the addition to the Singapore outlet. It is not found back in the Agrobazaar Malaysia. KopieSatu Cafe serves specialty coffee and cakes.
The good news at KopieSatu is that complimentary Wifi is offered to patrons.
On the second floor found the Verandah Restaurant also only available at Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore. It has both the indoor and al fresco seating area.
At the Verandah, lots of mouth-watering authentic Malaysian food is served.
On The Table
We tried a pretty good number of dishes ranging from Mains, Sides and Desserts.
Mee Bandung ‘Muo’
The Mee Bandung ‘Muo’ reminded me of Mee Rebus.
It is richer in meat and seafood taste than the Mee Rebus.
Strong in flavour as it is packed with sour and chilli scent.
Typical Penang Laksa characteristics is found in this lovely bowl of delicacy.
A dish similar to Tahu Goreng.
Tender chicken meat with rich peanut sauce to compliment the flavour.
Goreng Pisang and Sweet Potato
Batter was thinly coated and crispy. And importantly, it didn’t soak much oil.
My favourite part of the dinner has always been the desserts. No exception this round.
Rich in coconut, mild Gula Melaka.
I wouldn’t mind if the Gula Melaka is more concentrated.
Agro Durian Rainbow cake
Among the 3, the Agro Durian Rainbow Cake is my top choice. Interestingly, it is a little briny like the salted caramel.
If I can only choose one desserts at the Verandah Restaurant, I won’t trade this piece of cake for anything else.
Dragonfruit and Pineapple Fruit Juice
A citrus fruit juice
Ice Caramel Latte
Lightly sweet and lightly coffee flavoured. Perfect for the light palate.
Another drink we tried was the Teh Terik, which I forgot to take a photo. The scent was pretty light too.
Verdict and NAHMJ Pick
Agrobazaar Malayia @ Singapore is certainly a great place for anyone who relishes the authentic Malaysian food to turn to when in need to satisfy their craving.
And if you need to find any Malaysian products, this is the place. We even spotted Bird’s Nest Chocolate.
The food we love are the Penang Laksa, Mee Bandung ‘Muo’ and the Agro Durian Rainbow cake.
Good News For Reader
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Agrobazaar Malaysia @ Singapore
37 – 43 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198485
Tel: +65 6391 9841
Daily 1000 to 2200
- Downtown line & East West line – Bugis station
- alight at or opposite Plaza Parkroyal along Beach Road 100, 107, 107M, 961, 980
- alight before Sultan Mosque along North Bridge Road 7, 32, 51, 61, 63, 80, 145, 175, 197
- alight at bus stop near Bali Lane, along Ophir Road – 48
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