Yak Kin Mookata opens till 5am daily with authentic charcoal mookata, S$1.99 oysters & Thai grilled seafood

by Christabel Tan

Picture this: you’ve had an extra long day at work or school, and all you want to do is simply unwind over a hearty Thai mookata meal, but it’s way past dinnertime.

There’s no point keeping the late-night munchies at bay when you can head down to Geylang for your fix at Yak Kin Mookata.

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Photo: Jaryl – The Hungry Big Boy/facebook

Not to be confused with yakiniku joint Yak Kin, this eatery along the bustling Guillemard Road specialises in charcoal mookata and Thai hotpot.

Photo: Jaryl – The Hungry Big Boy/facebook

The signature Mookata Set, which can feed two to three diners, is priced at a fairly affordable S$48 and comprises meats and vegetables like pork collar, smoked duck, prawn, and enoki mushroom.

You can also choose to add on a la carte options like beef short plate, fishball with fish roe, tiger prawns, and garlic pork collar, just to name a few.

yak kin mookata
Photo: YakKinMookata/facebook

If you’re feeling something different, the Thai Hot Pot Set (S$38) comes with a similar set of ingredients, but with the added bonus of an extra comforting broth.

Don’t forget to pair your meats with the eatery’s special Thai-style chilli and dipping sauces that are sure to pack a fiery punch!

Photo: YakKinMookata/facebook

Pair your mookata or hotpot with a selection of grilled seafood, including the likes Giant River Prawn (from S$20 per piece), Gong Gong (S$12), or Half Shelled Cockles (S$18). You can even the iconic Crab Omelette (S$16) popularised by Michelin-starred Bangkok street food joint Jay Fai.

But if you’re craving nothing more than the usual Thai staples like Moo Ping (from S$6), Stir Fried Thai Basil Minced Pork or Chicken Rice (S$6), and Thai Tomyam (from S$12), Yak Kin Mookata has it all.

Photo: Violette Nisa/facebook

The eatery is also having a Fresh Oyster Promotion — you can enjoy juicy and luscious medium-sized Japanese Oysters (U.P. S$4) at just S$1.99 per piece with any purchase of a set menu.

Top ’em with fried shallots and lime, and you’re in for a tasty treat!

Photo: YakKinMookata/facebook

The best part? You can feast on mookata till the wee hours of the night, as the eatery closes at 5am daily — just in time to catch the first train home.

Yak Kin Mookata
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đź“Ť 51 Guillemard Rd, Singapore 399705
🕒 5pm–5am (Daily)

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