645 Yishun Street 61
Singapore 760645

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06:00am - 02:00pm

06:00am - 02:00pm

06:00am - 02:00pm

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S$3 Nasi Lemak
Selected Fried Chicken Wing and Begedli to go with Fried Omelette, Fried Anchovies, Toasted Peanut, Sambal and Green colored Coconut Rice.
Addon Fried Tempeh (S$0.50)
Quite long L shaped queue even for weekday morning.

Pak Mandor Nasi Lemak
Address 🏡 : GHK645 Coffee Shop, Blk 645 Yishun Street 61, # 01-320, Singapore 🇸🇬 760 645
Open ⏰ : Sat - Thu : 7am - 1pm

You’re not a Yishun kia if you haven’t try this yet. Ultimate hidden find. Secret is in the rice!
Their chicken wing is soso nia though.

At Pak Mandor Nasi Lemak, you can pick your favorite ingredients ala carte but I simply pointed to the photo on the signboard and told the kak kak that I wanted the same combination which consisted of coconut rice, a fried chicken wing, a fried kuning fish, an omelette and the usual condiments like peanuts, ikan bilis, cucumber and sambal chili.

I thought a combo like this with both fried fish and fried chicken would have cost at least $4 but no, all these cost just a mere $3!

Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2019/11/pak-mandor-nasi-lemak-blk-645-yishun.html?m=1

Feature Pak Mandor Nasi Lemak.
The fragrant coconut rice, with crispy chicken and sausage.
Prefer the sambal chilli more spicy though.
📍Pak Mandor Nasi Lemak.
Yishun Street 61, #01-320


The rice is very fragrant. The chilli is sweet and spicy, very well mixed and goes well with the rice and side dishes. one of the better nasi lemaks around cooked by kakak. go early to avoid disappointment! I went about 12pm on a Saturday and it was almost sold out!


Fragrant nasi lemak rice with a wonderful coconut aftertaste lingering. Coupled with the sambal chilli and dried anchovies, I think I could just have the rice on its own! One of the best nasi lemak I have had!

The sides of chicken wing and fish cake make a good combination but the rice really steals the show :))