2 Changi Village Road
#01-26 Changi Village Hawker Centre
Singapore 500002

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07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm

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They use basmati rice instead of white rice, the chilli is more to the sweet side type of chilli.
The highlight is the chicken. It tasted like Indonesia yellow fried chicken that cooked with tumeric.
💰$ 4-5 (coz I added begedil).
📍Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak.
2 changi village Road, #01-26

[this is part 3 of 3 (or tinder date 3 out of 3) where i went to three different nasi lemak stalls in a day, please visit the profile for more reviews. i don’t actually use tinder 🤪]

third stop, third Tinder date of the day. at this point i am tired. will i ever find love? this guy Mizzy… he wears uniqlo… his fashion sense, similar to the many side dishes on this plate, is remarkably average.

however, once he started talking, wowwwwwwww. i feel like we have great chemistry, just like the rice and chilli combining into a beautiful mess of mixture that i don’t know how to describe. oh goodness. he has the best personality so far. he has such a perfect balance of sweetness and hotness. he is such a great kisser (don’t ask me how i know 🌚) - just like the rice the kiss is so soft and tender.

such a great date, and the day ended well i am so happy. i cannot wait for the second date. i think i found the love of my life.

10/10 would come back and kiss him again.


Was looking forward to the chicken wing and it was crispy but marinate lacks a bit of flavor

Quite oily but very flavourful the queue is damn Long n they sometimes don’t allow u to buy 2 chicken wings bc it’s so popular they always sell out. rice n everything is nice (they use basmati rice), chicken wings r marinated n crispy but only gripe is it’s v oily lor haha

Finally tried the all famous Nasi Lemak ($3.50) from Changi Village Hawker Centre, and I loved how fluffy and fragrant the rice was. You can really taste the lemak in the rice itself and really, you can just eat the rice itself without anything else. The chicken wings were nicely fried too!

My only two gripes is that the portion is really quite small, and the sambal is abit too sweet for me. Other than that, it's worth a try if you are around the area!

It’s quite rare for us to be in Changi. So, we made it a point to queue for this famous nasi lemak! We felt that the fluffy basmati rice and the sambal were definitely the highlight of this nasi lemak. The sambal was not overly spicy and came with a tinge of sweetness. As for the chicken wings, they tasted pretty average, just like the normal crispy wing found outside. Overall, it was quite a pleasant meal and we might just join the queue and order it again if we happen to be dining in the area next time.