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Premium Ambeng - The party platter, which is good for three, comes lavished with fix-ins of beef rendang, chicken curry, bergedil, sambal goreng, and more.

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Felt there was nothing much to shout about for their mixed rojak, would have prefer if the ingredients were more finely chopped for a better bite. I like that they packed the sauce separately though, prevents the dough fritter from turning soggy ☺️

Ordered it and was bummed to see the condensation all over the box by the time it arrived 😭 gula melaka was on point, and I believed the powdered flour would have been really fine and soft if not for the condensation. Guess I gotta make a trip down to have it steaming hot on the spot!

Wanted to actually get their Nasi Dagang Trader Rice (Mixed Red & White Rice cooked in Coconut Milk) but it was already out of stock😕. Had to settle for their basic Nasi Kukus Steam Rice with Signature Fried Chicken instead ($5).

Boy oh boy was I impressed with their fried chicken. Fried to perfection, it was crispy on the outside, super tender and juicy on the inside. It was also well-marinated and tasty😋. Do try this if you haven’t!

Best known for their nasi ayam penyet! What differ them from any other nasi ayam penyet stalls is the chicken rice itself & soup.

The food here was robust in taste and full of flavour. The different texture and varied levels of spiciness, sweetness, nuttiness and “lemak-ness" of the different dishes just come together so well with the steamed rice. I especially enjoyed the beef rendang and curry chicken. Oh and the mee rebus was impressive too.

They say good stuff aren’t cheap and cheap stuff aren’t good but this place has proven the saying wrong.

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Really huge portion, well balanced dishes! Sambal belacan is amazing and we thought all the dishes were not too spicy.

Fav dishes from Pu3: ayam lemak chilli padi and tahu telur

One of the best mutton satays in Singapore - Very well marinated, nicely charred and tender. The fat adds flavour and becomes crunchy in the grilling, that adds texture to the satay.

Wedang. #B1-19

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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

While some may complain how the ‘skin’ of this ondeh ondeh is thick, I absolutely appreciated it. The texture of the ‘skin’ was amazing, soft yet chewy at the same time, while encapsulating an oozy, thick gula Melaka filling. Best part? It wasn’t too sweet. I can’t stand ondeh ondehs that are too thin, and fillings which feel like they’re just made of sugar, without any real substance. So this was really worth the experience, and to me, worth the price.

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Finally tried the all famous Nasi Lemak ($3.50) from Changi Village Hawker Centre, and I loved how fluffy and fragrant the rice was. You can really taste the lemak in the rice itself and really, you can just eat the rice itself without anything else. The chicken wings were nicely fried too!

My only two gripes is that the portion is really quite small, and the sambal is abit too sweet for me. Other than that, it's worth a try if you are around the area!