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400 Orchard Towers
#04-37/38 & #B1-02 Orchard Towers
Singapore 238875

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Breakfast total cost $5.20 with tea.
Wok hey slightly.
Tasty fried chicken wing.


The chicken drumstick was very flavourful, don’t forget to add their chilli for the extra kick. .
Nasi Padang at S$7.50.
Where to buy?
Chopstix & Rice
400 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238875


The “four floors” at Orchard Towers I am more interested in is in a glass display case filled with trays of various vibrant coloured dishes. Found in the basement of the building, #chopstixandrice is a hidden gem on Orchard Road for authentic Nasi Padang.
My advice is to go early if you plan to eat (*cough* overeat *cough*). Around 11.30am is best because the food would have just been cooked at that point and the lunch hour crowd has not yet descended, thus allowing you the widest possible choice.
Let me warn you, deciding what to pick from the many trays heaped high with all kinds of tastiness is challenging. I have been there several times and I still get a mild panic attack whenever it’s my turn to order. Whatever I choose, however tasty those dishes turn out to be (and so far, none have disappointed), a sense of “could I have chosen better?” lurks in the back of my head 😂 So yeah, the #FOMO is real here.


If taste could be heard, this would be deafening; a veritable wall of noise composed of heavy chords. Yet strangely harmonious at the same time. I guess that’s the beauty of Nasi Padang. Individually, each dish is complete - an unadulterated richness in itself. But together, in whatever combination one chooses, they always taste really good too.
On the day when I stumbled upon this little Nasi Padang stall tucked away in the basement of Orchard Towers, I had to make a conscious effort to stop myself from ordering once I hit 4 dishes. Blame it on the lady boss’ mouthwatering display but everything looked so tempting! I can vouch for her cooking skills too as I was very happy with all the items I chose. The squid cooked in its own ink and sambal paru (cow lung) were tender, while the stirfried four-corner beans retained a little crunch. Only in Malaysia have I eaten ikan bilis with purple onions and the version here was equally shiok.
As I was leaving, I noticed the queue for the Nasi Padang stretched out the door and all the way up the staircase. So if you plan on visiting, I suggest going before noon to get your pick of dishes.