[Review] Overcooked Mookata at Ang Mo Kio


Love Mookata?

For those who are not familiar with the term originating from Thailand, ‘mookata’ is actually ‘mu kratha‘, with ‘mu‘ meaning pig or pork and ‘kratha‘ referring to a skillet or pan. The pan in question typically comes with a dome top surrounded by a trench for the soup as seen below:

[Review] Overcooked Mookata at Ang Mo Kio - Alvinology
Trench being filled with tomato soup – for S$3, you can request for a Tomato, Sichuan Mala or Tom Yum soup base

Hive Brothers & Co, the same guys behind the popular Kinobe donburi outlet at Amy Street Food Centre with its friendly pricing, launched Overcooked Mookata last year in a food centre in Ang Mo Kio, with the same philosophy on keeping prices affordable.

[Review] Overcooked Mookata at Ang Mo Kio - Alvinology
[Review] Overcooked Mookata at Ang Mo Kio - Alvinology

Mookata set platters are available from S$24 for 2 pax or S$42 for 4 pax, featuring an assortment of meat and seafood. A la carte items start from just S$1.90 per item, with the priciest items still being in the S$10+ range, including premium ingredient like wagyu beef and kurobuta black pork belly.

[Review] Overcooked Mookata at Ang Mo Kio - Alvinology
$42 set for 4 pax

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