Muslim Foodstall in Ubi sells Smashed Ayam Penyet on Sambal Chilli-filled Wooden Plate for S$5.50

Some say it's the best in S'pore

Pondok Pantai Timur in Ubi serves smashingly good Ayam Penyet dishes with lots of sambal chilli

This might be the best place to enjoy a plate of Ayam Penyet with lots of sambal chilli.

Pondok Pantai Timur

Located in Yummy Food Point coffeeshop at block 301 along Ubi Ave 1 is a hidden gem when it comes to Ayam Penyet.

For those not familiar with the Indonesian dish, it consists of fried chicken smashed to make it softer and often served with sambal chilli, cucumbers, fried tofu and tempeh.

Photo: ahmadburhaanuddin anuar on Google Maps

The stall name is called Pondok Pantai Timur (which literally translates to East Coast Hut according to Google) and they sell delicious-looking Ayam and Ikan Penyet dishes that are served in a bed of chilli-filled wooden plate.

Here’s how they look like.

Photo: Karen on Google Maps

Photo: Lanny Tay on Google Maps

Customers can also add side dishes such as Bagedil, Tempeh, Omelette and more from $0.50 extra.

Photo: ahmadburhaanuddin anuar on Google Maps

Besides smashed Ayam Penyet, there’s also Ikan Penyet from $6.50 per plate for those who prefer fish.

Photo: Karen on Google Maps

Here’s their menu.

Photo: Sean Goh on Google Maps

Reviewers give thumbs up to their dishes, saying the meat is soft and flaky, and making sure your meal is served piping hot.

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The stall’s Ayam Penyet is so good even popular food bloggers went down to try.

Food blog Singapore Foodie went behind the scenes to find out how it’s made.


Pondok Pantai Timur

  • Address: 301 Ubi Ave 1, Yummy Food Point, Singapore 400301
  • Opening Hours: 9am – 8pm (Mon – Fri) | 9am – 5pm (Sat) | Closed on Sun
  • Nearest MRT Station: Ubi

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