2 Tampines Central 5
#B1-20 Century Square
Singapore 529509

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11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

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At $6.90, the price is pretty reasonable for the portion that we are getting, and this is the type of salad that I do not mind eating more often as the steamed vegetables, hard boiled egg and rice cake were topped with a peanut sauce and belinjo crackers. The star of the show was their fried chicken, and most people will usually order the Ayam Penyet ($7.50) that comes with their signature chilli paste. This time round, I went for the Ayam Cabe Ijo ($7.50) which was the fried chicken topped with green chilli mixed with anchovy. If you cannot handle your spice well, do consider getting a cold beverage by the side as the chilli packs a punch. I have not eaten many ayam penyet to determine the best version but the ones at Ayam Penyet President is a convenient and fuss free option for me.
🍴 Ayam Penyet President
📍 2 Tampines Central 5, Century Square #B1-20, Singapore 529509

3 packets of the grilled chicken + potato frikkadels ($23.70)

Served with grilled tofu and tempeh, the grilled chicken tight was well marinated and coated with sweet coated. The cut chilli in black sweet was a fiery kick which added an oomph. Overall pretty average as the chicken was not tender nor exceptionally tasty.

☺ Indonesian style food Ayam Penyet (S$6.90) and Turmeric Rice (S$2.20). Nice juicy tender fried chicken and fragrant rice. Recommend this rice over white rice.

Ayam Penyet President
2 Tampines Central 5, B1-20
Century Square
Singapore 529509

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Crispy chicken with super spicy sambal. The chicken breast part was a bit dry but overall, is nice!


Perhaps the saving grace was the Beef Rendang ($7.50) with fragrant gravy and relatively tender beef. Do note that you have to order Steamed Rice ($0.90) separately but feel free to take as much fragrant soup for your meal as you wish!


The Grilled Ayam Penyet (wanted to be a little healthier hehe) ($6.90) was a letdown because it was too burnt (hence, bitter) and dry. At first I couldn’t find the usual Tahu and Tempe complementing the typical Ayam Penyet dish but they were smothered—camouflaged—with the sauce. Alas, the Tempe was too burnt it tasted bitter.

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