True Blue Cuisine was opened in November 2003 in the heart of the Peranakan enclave - Katong. Since then, it has charmed visitors with its inviting decor and authentic Peranakan delicacies. More than just a restaurant, it also brings to life an all-round experience of the rich Peranakan culture. In 2008 True Blue Cuisine moved to its brand new premises in Armenian Street, just beside the Peranakan Museum, complimenting the museum and providing an even more complete feast for the senses.
We believe that the best way to round up your Peranakan experience is to dine in our Restaurant where our culture comes alive. "It's a living heritage", says True Blue Cuisines owner and chef, Benjamin Seck.
The Restaurant also offers 3 private dining rooms. On the ground level, the Manek Room holds a 16-seater tok panjang or long table, and showcases the owner's best collection of beadwork and a pair of Peranakan wedding lanterns.
On the upper level, the Intan Room seats 6 people and boasts an opulent Environment where antique jewellery including rose-cut diamonds can be admired and purchased even. Also upstairs, the Sulam Room has an antique dining set which seats 24 people. Here, visitors can view fine hand-embroidered kebayas both old and new and even make-to-order their kebayas.
The Restaurant can be booked for private parties, wedding receptions and also traditional Peranakan weddings.