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Crave nasi lemak is one of my favourite as they use basmati rice so you could literally taste every grain, soft and fluffy with hint of coconut creaminess. Their chilli is definitely an added bonus as it was spicy and really had kick to it.

A decent place for Nasi Lemak. I enjoyed the sweet & fiery chilli that was great with rice, and the crunchy topping was good as well. The beef rendang however, was extremely tough, so skip that and go for the chicken instead, which fared much better.

Halal Lobster Nasi Lemak - Using a variety of herbs and spices, Lawa Bintang creates delicious and unique ingredients for their Nasi Lemak.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/halal-eateries-delivery/

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So glad I finally got around to ordering from @ratulemper. This place had been on my wishlist for a while after I saw @kenwashio share about their food on his IG Stories.
They are most famous for their Lemper, a type of traditional Indonesian savoury snack made of glutinous rice filled with a savoury filling and wrapped in banana leaf.
Ratu Lemper sells theirs in boxes of 10 (priced between $17 and $22) and for the filling, they have Chicken (they offer three degrees of spiciness for this), Beef Rendang, Mutton Satay, Spicy Tuna and Spicy Vegetarian.
I bought a box of the Extra Spicy Chicken Lemper and loved it! While the rice was soft, the finely-shredded chicken sandwiched within, really had a good kick of heat.

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Besides their Lemper, I bought a few of this too. Packed with a quail’s egg, cherry tomato and sliced cucumber, the round mounds of sticky yellow rice were fragrant from turmeric. They were topped with a very mildly spicy rendang that’d been cooked till very soft, almost down to a paste. The sweetish sambal was a tasty complement that introduced more spiciness as well as savoury chewiness from the few dried anchovies in there.

Soft and sweet dessert which consists of palm sugar, pandan pudding and coconut cream layers

After treating our Muslim friends to the “Dulang Ambeng Royal” from Pu3, I decided to order one for ourselves as well since they‘d raved about the food, and frankly, I have been eager to try this place since forever. Truly ecstatic to have done so because it was pure joy to eat. Partly because I have been missing my Nasi Padang for a while now.
Shown above is the platter for 2 pax ($36) and it‘s massive. I reckon up to 3 people could share it actually. Anyway, all around the big mound of rice is an assortment of tastiness. My favourites from this “ring of fire” (ok, I may be exaggerating because not every item was fiery 😆) were the Daging Rendang (love, love, love the ridiculously fragrant and tender beef), the Paru Goreng Rempah (spices-marinated cow’s lungs - the main reason I am crazy for Nasi Padang), the Ikan Kering (crispy dried salted fish) and the Ayam Lemak Cili Padi (its gravy is sublime on rice or simply to slurp). The Udang Sambal Belado Hijau was also delicious but I wish there was more of the sambal. Ditto the Terong Sambal Belado. But that’s just me nitpicking because frankly, I’d be happy to feast on this again in another week or two.

Feeling so good now and preparing for the tough fight against the Z monsters later when the food coma kicks in.

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Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak also offers islandwide delivery via https://www.mizzycorner.com.sg/en_SG.
The online delivery platform offers more dishes such as Nasi Lemak Dulang sets, Nasi Rawon, Nasi Jenganan, Nasi Ambeng Dulang and platters comprising of chicken wings and fish fillets.

Order more than $20 to enjoy $7 Island-wide delivery.

There is also 5% off all orders above $40, with the promo code “Super5”. I think they got fluffy basmati rice and sweet addictive chilli, while wings can be juicier.
#DFDHawker #DFDCircuitBreaker

Tar Pau Meal
Nasi Ambeng Deluxe Set (S$32.90/ 2 pax)
Plus S$2 for takeaway
Replaced Beef Rendang with Ayam Merah
Available at @cobasg
Spicy but shiok

Coba Coba
Address 🏡 : 156 Yishun Street 11, # 01-106, Singapore 🇸🇬 760 156
Tel ☎️ : 6382 2622
Open ⏰ : 8.30am - 9pm
Website 🌐 : https://www.cobacoba.sg/
Note 📝 : Cash only

That's a lot of meat. I almost couldn't finish.

A shadow of itself. Maybe circuit breaker they changed the cook? Everything was bad. Rice was lame, meat was dry and bland, even their famous chilli was so-so only.