The standard has been dropping every year. Sad. Used to be one of my favourite place. Nowadays it become the place where I don't know what to eat... I will just walk over here for a quick dinner. Chicken rendang is still ok.
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Glory, once THE den for classic Peranakan-Indonesian hits, seems to have lost its luster of late. Perhaps the focus of its business now is on the more lucrative catering bashes. The mee siam we had was lack lustre without its "omph'. The nonya bak chang...More
An old Eatery seems to be family owned. The elderly woman at cashier rudely refused to correct the bill after we asked for the item breakdown. She then accused us of ordering double portions which was untrue. Beware they will tell u to eat first...More
As my 82 year old mum felt like having Nasi Padang for lunch today and being Peranakan, we decided on the East Coast Road restaurant of Glory Catering. We ordered Beef Rendang, Grilled Sotong, Sayuh Lodeh, Grilled Fish, Bean Sprouts and 2 portions of Otah...More
The Laksa, is the PITS. Hardly any taste, and the gravy was so "thin". Very unsatisfying. The chilli for the laksa was a joke. There was hardly any spice. Pooh. The popiah: badly made. Not cut well. The "mangguang" (turnips) were coarsely cut. Poor taste,...More
You can get Mee Siam anywhere in Singapore... but you can only get the very best at Glory's. Apart from their delicious and well priced Mee Siam, you can also pick-up plenty of local favourites like longtong, mee rubus and Nonya cakes!
I have been eating Glory Catering's nyonya kueh since I was a teenager. The quality then was very good and genuinely Peranakan. But how the quality has changed. It has now gone down the gutter and the prices have gone up so high. Eg their...More
Went to their restaurant at East Coast Road and the food is really horrible. The dishes and rice were all cold. Curry chicken is the sour type which is not to my liking. The egg and the vegetable dishes were sub-standard, to the point that...More
We were in Katong to buy teak furniture and decided to pop in as we were feeling peckish. We ordered two popiah, which at s$3 each is double what you might pay outside, but it was rich, filled with turnip and had a fresh and...More