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I have made it my personal Mission to try all of Changi Village’s nasi lemak stalls. Mizzy’s Corner must be the 2nd most popular nasi lemak stall in CV (after International Muslim Food). Set A ($S$3.50) comes with a sunny-side egg, chicken wing and ikan bilis. The sambal tumis was a tad too sweet and the basmati rice/ikan bilis portion a step on the stingy side. Otherwise, like any good nasi lemak stall, chicken wings were freshly fried (because of the high turnover). I got the otah (S$1.00) just to feel full.

Slightly less popular then Weng Kee’s judging from the shorter queue. This was still a filling and value lunch at S$3.50. The secret’s probably in the gelatinous horfun gravy. Otherwise the fried chicken was pretty average.

We shared the Mixed Grill Kebab Platter @$39 for 4 pax. In our order of preference: beef kebab > chicken kofta > lamb kebab > lamb chops! Get this, the Mezze platter and your party’s set!

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Co Hai Baguette @$S$10.50. The stacks of freshly baked Vietnamese bread behind the counter was Nuff said. This bite was filled with porky goodness (pork belly, pork floss and pate). The kicker for me was the fresh cilantro stuffed in the banh mi. Slightly pricier than most banh mi places but oh so WORTH.

Ordered a small bak Chor mee soup for $2.50. Was this just me or was the soup a tad plain? there’s also the other thing about soggy egg noodles...

For $30.50 this was a steal! Medium rare steak came a little too rare tho~

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Coleslaw was creamy. Comfort food @$10.50.

Teriyaki Chix +potato salad+coleslaw @$10.50 nice char on the chicken. Gives Aston’s a run for its money.

The Full Steam Ahead (S$16) was more than a grown man could finish!

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