9008 Tampines Street 93
Singapore 528843

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09:00am - 02:00pm

09:00am - 02:00pm


09:00am - 02:00pm

09:00am - 02:00pm

09:00am - 02:00pm

09:00am - 02:00pm

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Only left with Chicken wing ($3.50) and Lobster ($22) at 11.30 even though opening hours is till 1-2pm. Disappointed as we went down for the Sotong Goreng. Still like the sweet sambal & the spices on the fried chicken but the ikan bilis has more than 50% just the ikan bilis head 😖.

The sotong goreng is a sight to behold - a hulking monstrosity on a stick, featuring a whole squid encased in crunchy, slightly too thick batter. The fact that the squid within was still incredibly tender was impressive. On to the essentials of nasi lemak - I liked the usage of basmati rice as it was light and fluffy, though not as "lemak" as some might prefer it to be, and the generous amount of sweet and spicy chilli was great too. It's the little details that make a dish, and here the humble ikan bilis deserves mention too - freshly fried, delicately crisp and well seasoned with salt. Skip the nondescript begedil if you're thinking of adding extras.

Taste: 3.5/5

Worth the trek to the East is this stall hidden in a coffeeshop in Tampines Industrial Park. You're here for their Lobster Nasi Lemak ($22) that sees half a grilled lobster covered in grounded herbs, cheese and chilli powder, served with a side of basmati rice, a fried egg. Complete the meal with the fragrant yet fiery sambal chilli — the result of five hours of simmering!
Photo by Burppler Sheryl Sherbakes

Finally got to try Lawa Bintang’s lobster Nasi lemak! $22. Though a little pricey, it comes with half a lobster that is topped in this cheesey sauce and chilli powder. Their sambal chilli was also spicy. Pretty hard to find Nasi Lemak chilli with a kick but the ones here r legit!! Will definitely go back and try their fish!

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High class version nasi Lemak, it’s quite pricey but worth to try. Beside that they have a lot of variety like soft shell crab, grouper fish and many more.

Cheesy lobster with fragrant basmati rice, spicy sambal sauce, fried egg, sliced cucumbers and crispy anchovies with peanuts.

Nestled at a kopitiam in Tampines Industrial Park, this is the Nasi Lemak Stall that blew up in popularity sometime back last year. Its claim to fame is their Lobster Nasi Lemak - a twist from the iconic Malay dish.

The show-stealing lobster definitely failed at its job. The meat didn’t come off from the shell easily and was slightly mushy. Though it was well-seasoned and tasty, it didn’t bring out that fresh crustacean taste. Priced at $22, I feel that the portion of lobster meat was pretty underwhelming too. The only saving grace was probably their homemade sambal sauce which suits my taste buds and spicy tolerance level 😂.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️