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Happy TGIF 🥳
dinner today was v satisfying.
Chicken was grilled till tender and I love love love the combination of the curry and the sweet sauce !!!

Option to add vegetables too.

Comes with satay, prawn crackers, sambal prawns and 1 piece fried fish. Tasty fried rice (abt $11)

Pancake with cheese and condensed milk. It cost $6.50 and it is something special in a coffeeshop. I would say it's not bad

Set D Nasi Lemak Salmon Set (S$11) - need 20 minutes
Addon S$0.60 for takeaway

Nasi Lemak Kukus
Address : Blk 101 Yishun Ave 5 #01-03. Singapore 760 101

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Pisang Goreng (S$4)

Available at @walaku.sg

Address : Blk 101 Yishun Ave 5 #01-03. Singapore 760 101

Fried crispy duck witu crispy bits paired with lovely spicy sambal. Happy Hump Day lunch 👏👏👏👏

Fried crispy duck witu crispy bits paired with lovely spicy sambal. Happy Hump Day lunch 👏👏👏👏

Another nasi padang restaurant in this area, I got the green curry chicken which the meat wasn’t juicy as expected.

My family enjoy Indonesian cuisine but certainly not the food here. Everything was too sweet. The food doesn’t taste like what they’re generally supposed to because there’s just too much sugar in every dish served, it overpowers the original taste of the food. We ordered Es Delima since it’s our go to dessert - it was instant regret at first sip. Ambience was great but will we never come back again. Bill was about $241 for 5 of us.

The base is fluffy soft white rice with grainy sweet flavour, topped with a mild coconut curry gravy which lends earthy nutty sweet savoury flavour.
The sambal goreng petai has firm tempeh / fried fermented soybean cake, spongy tofu beancurd cubes, and crunchy petai / bitter beans / stink beans, in a fiery chili gravy, resulting in sharp vegetal bitter sweet spice nutty flavours.
The orak arik buncis / stir-fried string beans with egg has a crunchy juicy soft texture, with bright vegetal eggy sweet flavour.
The sambal sotong has crunchy slippery squid pieces, and the sharp spicy sweet savoury chili gravy lends a depth of taste.
The fried egg is soft with eggy sweet flavour.
Finally, the Indonesian begedil / spiced potato patty is soft with deep savoury starchy salty sweet flavour.
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