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Address

221B Boon Lay Place
#01-106 Boon Lay Place Food Village
Singapore 642221

Friday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Saturday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Sunday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Monday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Thursday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Price

~$5/pax

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😋 It tasted even better with their chilli sauce. Not a fan of their rice as they’re too moist. .
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Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak
#01-106, 221B Boon Lay Pl, Singapore 642221

Could really taste the POWER in this nasi lemak. Rice was very fragrant, full of lemak goodness and light and fluffy. Egg was fried to perfection, with a runny yolk and soft whites. The chicken, completed the dish. It was marinated very well, fried to a crisp, juicy but not oily, and in each mouthful you could taste the spices and seasoning that went into the marination. The chilli was sweet with a slight kick, which went nicely with all the savoury items. Overall, a solid nasi lemak, and only at $3.50 is very satisfying.

Food was cold, chili was overly sweet. Truly a powerless Nasi Lemak. Over-rated.

3.5 munchies: Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside, the chicken wing is THE default ingredient to order at this favourite supper joint. What also did not dissapoint was the sambal – had the right balance of spiciness and sweetness to complement all my chosen ingredients. It was a pity that the rice wasn't as fragrant as before; also a tad overcooked from the clumpy parts. Oh, and I like my sunny side ups flowy.

Been ages since I was last here! Today's lunch was satisfying indeed although standards seem to have taken a tumble here.

Power Nasi Lemak! Really power. The sambal sweet and spicy, the fried chicken is the boom, crispy and juicy. Hmm, and for the fish chips & popcorn chicken, no comment. Just normal lo.

At $3.50 for a plate of Nasi Lemak (Chicken set) plus an additional $1 for an otah, I must say its pretty worth it considering how expensive Punggol Nasi Lemak charges. There is the distinct coconut aroma in the rice and the freshly fried chicken wing is just so finger lickin good. Mix the rice well with the sambal chilli and you are in for a one-way express service to Nasi Lemak euphoria. However, being an Eastie, the distance is a problem, hence, I shall just settle for my Changi Village Nasi Lemak on normal days and look forward to Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak again next year.

[Boon Lay Place Food Village] Going to Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak has been an annual routine during my reservist as I get to travel to the other end of Singapore this time of the year to savour this highly raved coconut rice. At $3.50 for a plate of Nasi Lemak (Chicken set) plus an additional $1 for an otah, I must say its pretty worth it considering how expensive Punggol Nasi Lemak charges. There is the distinct coconut aroma in the rice and the freshly fried chicken wing is just so finger lickin good. Mix the rice well with the sambal chilli and you are in for a one-way express service to Nasi Lemak euphoria. However, being an Eastie, the distance is a problem, hence, I shall just settle for my Changi Village Nasi Lemak on normal days and look forward to Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak again next year.

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I was chronically starving last night and was looking for decent food from the East to the West of Jurong, but to no avail. So after 3 hours of being agitated, I was brought to this ulu place (221B Boon Lay Place) and boy, the queue! It was 12 midnight and there were around 15 people in the queue (hi fellow hungry people!).

It was one of the decent nasi lemak I've ever tasted. The fragrant rice had some clumpy parts but was overlooked by its tastiness. The paru (lungs) was chewy and soft though could be more spicy. I added tofu to my rice set so I assume my meal costs $4 (originally $3.50). In the end we need to cab back but I was satisfied with the meal. And by the time we left, the queue hadn't gotten any shorter. Indeed Power-ful!

Actually the most important thing about eating nasi lemak is the freshness of the ingredients. Here's a photo of lesi lemak, the chicken was crisp on the outside and tender on the inside.read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/boon-lay-power-nasi-lemak/

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First thing you would notice is the super long queue in the wee hours, hungry neighbours waiting in line for the steaming hot Nasi Lemak. Not much of a hoo haa cause the nasi lemak taste ordinary to me. Just that it's served hot. My mum's Nasi Lemak and her sambal tastes wayyyyyy better, trust me. This stall is kinda overated i guess. The bagedel (potato patties) is nice though. One thing you gotta try there is the Teh Tarik! Just right beside. One of the best Teh Tarik i've tasted! Hot, not too sweet, foamy and milky brown. Purrfeccttt!

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15 minutes queue for this plate of Nasi Lemak at Boon Lay Place Food Centre

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