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Featuring Big Fish Small Fish (Bugis Junction), Penang Culture (Jem), Ayam Penyet Ria (Far East Plaza), Cantine (Jurong Point), Penyet Town (Junction 10), Rumah Sayang, Ayam Penyet President (JCube), Food Junction (Sembawang Shopping Centre), Red Ginger
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This was SO TENDER! The bone just came loose... I chose the thigh piece when given the option, so I'm not sure it would be this tender if you choose breast. Chicken breast does tend to go dry easily. It was so well marinated! This was one of the most tender and tasty chicken I've had in a while! Wish the chilli was more spicy. It was just the dark sweet soy sauce. Still worked with the chicken πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™€οΈ
$6.90 for just the chicken. Additional 90Β’ for steamed rice.


The chicken could have been more tender. It was marinated well and had a nice sweetness from the soy sauce. The tofu and tempeh were good. The sambal belachan was pretty good, too! Not too sour, not too spicy. I had to take seconds, it was not enough for me. The set with rice was $8.70. Still, I'm gonna continue the quest for the perfect Ayam Bakar/Penyet. Haven't found anything that matched the stall at clementi mall which suddenly disappeared a few years ago :( That was SO GOOD!!!
If you know any great ones, do comment!

I always go for the nasi padang here. The Halal options are so limited EVERYWHERE! It's usually just fast food out there. Some food courts have no halal stalls at all some times, which just completely baffles me. This whole food court is Halal, a great place for multiple options for my Muslim friends.
This stall has so many options. The sausages are a little sweet as they just seem to be covered in chilli sauce, the kind that comes in a bottle. I've had better. Do try the other meat instead.


Priced at $7.95, this was an interesting experience. The soup was nothing like a normal laksa, no coconut cream at all! It was actually listed as an heathier option. There was a nice combination of sweet, sour and minty flavour. The spiciness can always be enhance with the sambal belachan, which was really good! This was my first time trying Penang laksa, so I'm not sure what exactly to expect, but I still liked it. Probably won't have it again tho. That's not because of the flavour, but because it comes with sardine, which I don't like. Or most seafood actually haha

Marinated chicken was wrapped in fried beancurd skin in a sort of kebab form, and cut up into pieces. It came with plain, fried tofu, too. Both were not bad! The sauces given were; the normal chilli sauce and I don't know what the black one was actually. It was probably the marinate used for the chicken as it had a similar, sweet, chicken-y taste. The sweetness of the chicken can be overwhelming, so do try it with the sambal belachan as it's sourness and spiciness balances out the flavours.
It was much smaller than expected, or than the picture in the menu. Price: $5.95

Rather decent fried rice. Went well with the sambal belachan- which was nice and spicy!
$7.95++ and the basket of crackers (veg) snack which were already on the table were actually $2++. We thought it was free.... They never said anything. We only realised while paying. But still, worth it, as they were super addictive!

Definitely not bad! I'll go back there to try the chicken cos the pieces looked huge. The sambal goreng was interesting as the green beans were so crunchy! The crunchiest green beans I've ever had in my life. In a good way. It made the whole dish feel so fresh.
$5.80 for 3 vegetables, though it's not technically 3 veggies haha!

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This is $6 and the rice is additional $2.
Ever since my favourite ayam bakar stall at Clementi mall closed, I have been usually disappointed by all the others I tried. But this was not disappointing! The chicken was a bit tough here and there but still tasted better than a lot that I've tried. The chilli is sufficiently spicy. Not bad at all.

There was nice big fillet of salmon which was not too dry for a fried fish but not as moist as dory would have been. The chips felt a little soft and cold compared to the fish as the fish would have been freshly fried unlike the chips which were probably left out. I always feel that these chips feel way more heavy and oily than french fries. The taste itself feels like just eating oil unless you dip into the sauces.
The sauces are always good and every time I go there's something new. This time there was a wasabi mayo which I had never seen before. It replaced the tartare sauce which I love but I didn't miss it because there are so many other good options like the salted egg and curry mayo.

The sambal goreng, veggie and black pepper sausage were all decent and the serving size was generous. The sambal belachan was a bit too sour and less spicy for me. Overall, still a nice little place to eat!

Fried fish, potato and tofu. The tofu was different from other nasi padang stalls as you can see. It was not dry like usual and came with a orange coconut creamy gravy. It was interesting. The diced potatoes were nice. The chilli was great. However, the fish was so dry, it was hard to eat. The chicken curry was nice. $3.50

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