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Left: (Clockwise from top left) Lynnette's Kitchen's beef rendang, babi pongteh, buah keluak fried rice, bakwan kepiting (meatball soup), sambal belacan and chap chye in homemade stock. Right: Lynnette Seah.

Left: Christopher Choo and Dr Rose Sivam. Right:'s traditional homemade mango chutney cooked in a claypot.

Left: Babi assam with sambal timbun (spicy cucumber & pineapple salad). Right: Annette Tan.

Left: Felicia Tan. Right: Chicken rice - glutinous rice, shredded cucumber, chicken thigh meat, homemade chilli sauce.

Dinner Is Served

Four enthusiastic home cooks have taken the plunge and opened their own restaurants - without leaving the comfort of their own homes. Rachel Loi pops in on them.
Apr 15, 2017 5:50 AM

Lynnette's Kitchen

You might think Lynnette Seah has already done it all. She's an acclaimed violinist, a founding (and still active) member of the Singapore Symphony

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