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

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Monday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Sunday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

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Reviews

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Using 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.
💰$3.5-5 ( coz I added begedil and sausage).
📍Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak.
2 Changi Village Rd #01-26.

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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.

Visited Mizzy’s as international nasi lemak (my go to nasi lemak place in Changi village) was closed. While the rice was cooked nicely, it was not as fragrant as I would like it to have been. The chilli sauce is also on the sweeter side, and chicken could have been crispier. Hopefully international nasi lemak will be open the next time I’m there!

This has a belly score of 2.5/5

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TLDR; International Nasi Lemak (located in the outward facing row directly behind Mizzy’s) is better!

This was ordinary and not very flavourful. The fried chicken batter and begedil only had a faint taste flavour, coconut rice was weak, chilli was better but not spectacular. The long queue is deceptive!

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Changi village is famous for nasi lemak and this is my fav stall. The basmati rice is so fragrant and the sambal chili is so sedap. We ordered Set A (chicken wings) & Set F (Sotong).

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The rice was fragrant and went well with the sambal chilli. The chicken wing and ikan bilis were all very crispy too! It was great because I didn’t have to queue long and for $3.50, the portion was pretty decent as well.

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