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Who says you can’t have a meal under $20 along Ann Siang? :) This vindicates all breast men out there- the chicken meat is tender, whilst retaining that toasty kerisik (desiccated coconut) exterior. They are generous with the peanuts and ikan bilis. Did I say that all 5/5 plates of nasi lemak our group had on the table had runny egg yolks? That’s some mad consistency there. Props to the chirpy kitchen and service crew! Have this for dinner and you are SET for your night out at Ann Siang! Eat it for lunch and you roll the red carpet out for Mr Food Coma.

If you have had Kuala Lumpur’s Village Park Nasi Lemak, I must say this is a really close substitute since the borders are closed.
Rice is lemak, chicken is freshly fried - crispy, tender and hot, sambal chili has a right balance of spiciness and sweetness. I added the beef rendang but sadly, it was gamy and not great.

Nasi Lemak with Ayam Goreng Berempah - Whole Leg ($7.50)
Ratings: 🦖🦖🦖🦖🦖

Beef Rendang ($3.20)
Ratings: 🦖🦖

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Love the crunch in every bite of the chicken wing (can you see how crunchy that is?) pro tip: for deliveries, ask for chicken wing to be packed separately.

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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Brought to us by the Les Amis Group, Lemak Boys shines the spotlight on local favourites with a Peranakan twist, and yes, that includes their somewhat controversial Nasi Lemak. Burppler Veronica Phua ordered the Premium Nasi Lemak ($18.50) and thought "the essential components were done really well. While the rice was very fragrant and flavourful without being heavy or oily, the sweetish sambal proved a shiok match. The fancier items of fried chicken (it was well-marinated and crispy), omelette and otah (both had an appealing thickness), and the prawns with savoury chilli sambal, met our expectations too."

Photo by Burppler Veronica Phua

Quite a variety of flavours with multiple chilli elements. Not sure if it's worth $12.50 though. The rendang was more your typical chicken curry. At least the sambal was poppin

Spotting the quintessential nasi lemak ingredients, like sambal chili, ikan billis, peanuts, and egg, what makes them stand out was the use of butterfly pea flower for their rice. Don't be mistaken, the deep blue hue is only on a portion of the rice and not the entire bowl of it. I couldn't detect any distinct butterfly pea taste from it, and even if there was, it was overpowered by the strong coconut fragrance, in a good way. Went with the Har Cheong Chicken option and I was impressed! The chicken was fragrant and juicy, just like how prawn paste chicken should be! Overall, a very satisfying lunch indeed.

Tried the chicken wing set ($3.9) & mala fried fish set ($4.8) and was quite satisfied with their fragrant & fluffy rice, though it got a little oily at the end. They are famous for their legendary Changi Chilli 🌶 which has a tinge of sweetness within the spice. Could do with more spiciness but would still consider it a good rated chilli! ⁣⁣
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The fried chicken batter has an awesome crunch & I wouldn’t mind just having wings top-ups in future😝 Was disappointed with the mala fish though, as the fish had turned all soggy when i packed it home. Not sure if the quality would be better if u have it on the spot. The mala sauce was acceptable too but wasn’t spectacular. ⁣⁣
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The sunny side up 🍳 and ikan bilis (anchovies ) were quite well done, and would still rate it as a decent plate of shiokness when nasi lemak cravings kick in👍🏻 Recommend sticking to their original set & devour their really good & crispy chicken wings🤤

Hawker food FTW!

Seeing that we are nearby, we rushed over to The Coconut Club before their last order. Even though they have run out of sambal sotong, their fried chicken is still available, and we proceeded to getting their signature Chicken Breast/Leg Set ($14.80). Though it’s not the cheapest nasi lemak around, what you get is a generous portion of coconut rice with the other accompanying ingredients of perfectly fried anchovies, peanuts, cucumber, fried egg and a mildly spicy sweet sambal, with the huge portion of chicken. The only feedback I can give for this visit is that the rice was lacking in the coconut aroma and flavour, and it will be much better if more coconut milk was added into the cooking. However, this might just be a one-off occurrence as from my previous visits, the coconut rice was aromatic and flavourful.
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✨ The Coconut Club
📍 28 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069708
🛵 https://thecoconutclub.oddle.me/en_SG/
🍴 [Not Sponsored]

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The bee hoon was fragrant and not too dry - The most popular side dish is the chicken wings. It was deep fried till crispy and the meat was juicy

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/happy-go-nasi-sengkang/

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It boasted a large piece of fried firm-fleshed fish blanketed in a thick, sour-spicy rempah gravy that I found extremely appetising. Served with plain white rice, the set also included a chunky deepfried yam and chicken patty, fried long beans and another stir-fry of tempeh with hardboiled egg in sweetish sambal. On the side was a bowl of tasty “hae bee”-heavy, not-overly-lemak Sayur Lodeh.

Conclusion: I enjoyed this and the “Premium Nasi Lemak” equally, so it will come down to what I‘m in the mood for on my future visits.

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Popped into the newly-open @lemakboys the other night and ordered their “Premium Nasi Lemak” ($18.50) for dinner. I know most people say the Basic version of the former is good enough but I’m not “most people” because clearly, I’m greedier 😂. Anyway, and I shared everything.
The essential components were done really well. While the rice was very fragrant and flavourful without being heavy or oily, the sweetish sambal proved a shiok match. Scoring 10 out of 10 for freshness and crunch were the other essentials of the peanuts and ikan bilis. The fancier items of fried chicken (it was well-marinated and crispy), omelette and otah (both had an appealing thickness), and the prawns with savoury chilli sambal, met our expectations too.

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