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Of course, in true Singaporean fashion, I flocked to the one with the longest queue.
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Made with 100% Basmati rice, Mizzy Corner’s Nasi Lemak was beautifully fluffy and very fragrant with coconut flavour, and was in fact so delectable that it actually tasted better eaten plain, instead of with the sambal that was just a tad too sweet and overpowering.
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The accompanying ikan bilis and fried egg were decent, but nothing out of the ordinary. The chicken wings however were really good. A well-spiced, crunchy exterior housed a juicy, tender and steaming hot interior. Each bite resulted in chicken juices and oils dripping from your fingertips.
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I apologise in advance if this isn’t your nasi lemak of choice at Changi V, as I’ve heard differing opinions, and I have friends who are diehard fans of the various stalls, but as far as nasi lemak goes, I’d say this is pretty damn good.
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The first time I had this, the fried chicken was so good that I told myself that I’m gonna get 2 pieces of chicken the next time I’m there. And so I did...!!
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The meal came with steamed rice that has been steamed individually in aluminium cups - giving the rice a soft and fluffy texture, a well marinated fried chicken thigh - crispy on the outside and so very moist on the inside, a half of a hard-boiled egg, achar, and Sambal Belacan Chili packed with fiery punch.
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My lunch cost me $9 ($4 for the additional piece of chicken) - a little more than what I’d spent for lunch in a coffeeshop - but it was well worth it...!!

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Decent quality Nasi Lemak with plenty of chilli. Avoid comparing this with hawker ones. Just enjoy all cutlets and fried up items (peanuts & ikan Billis are crispy). The fish set we tried last time was not as good as these 2 sets (chicken cutlets Set $5.90 & Royale Set $7.90)

The enormous platter is meant for sharing among friends and families. While I can't comment on the beef rendang and paru (lungs), I quite enjoy the sambal squid that comes with tender slices of squid. The serundeng (fried coconut flakes) was nice but could have been spicier. Another great option if you want to try a little bit of everything.

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Located at Boon Lay food village people were still queueing at 11pm to get their nasi lemak fix. Ordered the standard chicken wing set that came with chicken wing, ikan bilis&peanuts, fried egg and sambal. The rice was quite fragrant but nothing to shout about and the egg was just a standard fried egg. The ikan bilis and peanuts added a crunchy texture to entire dish which was nice and not too greasy. The sambal was on the sweeter side?? but still had a slight spicy kick at the end but I would’ve preferred a spicier sambal. The hero for me was the chicken wing still super crispy and tender when you bite into it, something i didn’t expect of a nasi lemak stall especially at 11pm.

Tahu goreng sauce is important to the dish. Hence the first time I did was to taste the peanut sauce. It was not overly sweet and every mouthful I bit into pieces of peanuts. The plus point is the spiciness- just right. I ordered a stick of mutton satay and was very impressed. Well charred on the outside and tender inside. Satay sauce is great too. No wonder this stall is a Michelin gourmand mentioned.

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When I suggested Nasi Dagang, my colleague did a double take: "Huh? Nasi Kangkang?". 😂 Bruhhhh, that's a different type of nasi lah.
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Anyways I had the Nasi Kukus with Fried Chicken. What is interesting here is that the rice is steamed in individual aluminum bowls/cups, which gives the rice a unique texture. You could see the individual grains of the rice. Although I was hopping it was fluffier, it went so well with the thick curry sauce 😘 The fried chicken is da bomb. You could taste the spices that marinate the chicken and it's fried to perfection while retaining the juicy flesh inside. The sambal on the side is 🔥 nice but super spicy. Be warned. Dip a bit of the chicken into the spice for that zing 😋
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So my colleague who misheard "nasi kangkang" ordered the "nasi dagang" (swipe left to see how it looks) and was giving two thumbs up to it. He said it's really good. Definitely worth going out for it.
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🏠 Yes Nasi Kukus. Blk 573, Woodlands Drive 16
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Have you ever thought of having a healthier version of Nasi Briyani that’s less sinful? Because the one at Mami Midah is cooked in such a way that it has lower calories yet still tasty!

Using vegetable oil instead of ghee, the Briyani rice was still fragrantly spiced even though being less greasy. I thought it would look nicer if it was tricolored though. The chicken was well marinated, pretty tender and easy to pull off its meat. Cooked using evaporated milk instead of coconut milk, the curry was rich and thick but was slightly losing out on aroma. A bowl of dalcha was served on the side, that made the rice even more fragrant when poured over. This bowl of mushy curry had quite a few pieces of potato. But what delighted me the most was the achar that was purely made from cucumber slices, which was rather unique. Soaked in a sweet and sour sauce, these crunchy cucumber slices were simply refreshing and delicious!

Communal Dining at Kampong Glam is a group dining experience where diners can prebook their table and preorder their meals from a variety of participating merchants via the facebook messenger chatbot called “Communal Dining At Kampong Glam”.

Be it Middle Eastern, Mediterranean or Malay, there are plenty of choices for everyone on the curated menu and food prices are discounted if you order via the application.

The Nasi Ambeng platter includes fried coconut flakes, salted fish, spiced beef lung, beef rendang, steamed rice, sambal balacan, stir-fried long beans with tofu & tempeh, potato cutlet and chicken in spicy coconut gravy. Perfect for sharing if you are dining in a big group.

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Another good thing for making reservation and ordering your food on the Communal Dining at Kampong Glam app or Chatbot (Facebook Messenger), you can pay directly online without the hassle of splitting the money to each of the restaurants. So you could just reach your table and enjoy your food being deliver to you.

Beside Derwish, Padi is another restaurant available for this service. Padi serving authentic Malay food along Bussorah Street.

Nasi Ambeng is one of their signature item on the menu. The platter include steam white rice, beef rendang, sambal squid, stir fry long beans with tofu & tempe, potato cutlet, chicken in spicy coconut gravy, mixed vegetables tossed with grated coconut, tenderly spiced beef lung, salted fish, fried coconut flakes and sambal belacan. The portion can be serve for 1 pax to 5 pax.

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