Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Story Behind Mookata

There was a period of time when the Mookata craze hit Singapore, many of us were thrilled to try  this delicious creation but how many of us know the story behind Mookata and what exactly is the correct way of eating it?


In my video you will learn some tips on how to achieve that perfect meat you always wanted, coat some pork lard before you start your barbecue and you will be surprised with the difference. We ordered Tom Yum and vegetable-based soup individually, it is the best choice when eating Mookata because you can taste the spicy and non-spicy, both are distinctively good. Tom Yum was slightly spicy yet very appetising, the vegetable soup is infused with various spices added from the juice of the meat that flows down from the top giving an extra oomph to the flavour.

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Talking about how Mookata came about, it is quite an interesting story actually. In the olden days during war time, the starving soldiers from Chiang Mai Thailand would replenish their energy by eating the meat they hunt but they had no apparatus to cook. Fortunately there was one smart soldier who suggested to use his helmet to cook and this cooking method actually works which was then widely accepted and improvised till the Mookata today. I bet you will have more ‘feel’ after understanding the concept of Mookata, Charcoal Thai is one of the places that I would recommend for an authentic eating experience like a Thai.

Charcoal Thai @ NEX
23 Serangoon Central, Nex, #B1-30/31, Singapore 556083
Tel: +65 6288 6260

Charcoal Thai @ VivoCity
No 1 HarbourFront Walk, #03-07 (Beside Daiso), VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Tel: +65 6222 3880

Charcoal Thai @ 321 Clementi Cinema Mall (Clementi Central)
321 Clementi Ave 3, #02-08, 321 Clementi, Singapore 129905
Tel: +65 6250 9298

Watch my video to find out more about the taste of the dishes and some other dishes which I would like to recommend in my video.

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8 comments:

  1. Omg, cooking with helmet! Luckily we real pot..lol

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  2. Omg, cooking with helmet! Luckily we real pot..lol

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  3. I dont know if we need skill to barbeque.. as long it cook, ok kua..

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    1. haha, this blogger really meant(choose wisely) what he wants to eat!

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  4. What a genius soldier.. I wonder if he still live until today see this restaurant haha

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  5. Nice boiling soup! Some more the bbq is without charcoal.. I can smell it from here!

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  6. Great place, we can eat steamboat & bbq at the same time.

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  7. I found this guy on FB, when I search on google I saw his blog. Wow so geng o..!

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