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We were invited to Orto‘s Mookata and Aroy Jing Jing. Most of us are familiar with the barbeque style of Mookata but Aroy Jing Jing is new for us. It brings claypot style (Jim Jum) cuisine from North Eastern Thailand to Singapore.
Kids were kept busy adding ingredients into their claypot 🙂
Nice surrounding and good food, families get to enjoy cosy alfresco dinning.
Green walkway and lotus pond nearby, kids are curious about the fishing activities.
Sweetness from the meat, squid and prawn add to the flavorable broth (pork). Be it pork collar or belly, kids enjoyed all the tasty morsels. They patiently grill their favourite pieces and wait for it to sizzle.
Boon Kang love the fresh prawn, and we are presented with Mookata’s three different chili level.
Round 2 – We shifted indoor for some Aroy Jin Jing claypot (North Thailand cuisine).
What is fascinating about Aroy Jing Jing is the Thai street facade.
We love the Thai posters and diners get to enjoy Thai pop too 🙂
We forgot to mention that Mookata and Aroy Jing Jing most popular beverage is Thai iced tea (milk tea), ideal for Singapore’s humid weather.
Steamboat style dining, and everything is boiled (chicken stock) over charcoal.
We ordered mango sticky rice and red ruby for dessert. The mango sticky rice was not hot enough, but we love the refreshing red ruby.
Orto is popular with families over the weekend, be it kids friendly activities, dining or fishing.
Personally, we still prefer Mookata over Aroy Jing Jing, kids love everything barbecued 🙂
Do read our Longkang fishing and Katapult (trampoline) experience at Orto too.
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* Orto is located at 81 Lor Chencharu, and nearest station is Khatib MRT.