Peranakan eating house The Patio is run by husband-and-wife team Kelvin Chua and Emily Goh. They serve up traditional recipes such as ngoh hiang (from $5), deep-fried pork rolls, itek tim ($18), duck with salted vegetables and babi ponteh ($15), braised pork belly with mushrooms and potatoes.
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Formerly known as Hotel Vagabond's 5th Quarter, the resto is now closer to town.