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[CLOSED] Momo Kitchen

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146 Jalan Bukit Merah
Singapore 160146

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their butterfly pea rice not only looks good but it’s so fragrant, soft n fluffy too!! the chicken leg is juicy n tender, but the highlight is defo the rendang sauce!! it’s ridiculously creamy from the coconut milk, yet not jelak as it’s rly flavourful from the spices which helps to alleviate the richness. sambal leans on the sweet side, but still packs a lil punch. for just S$5.90, worth in its price n portion!

I say hands down the best soon kueh in singapore .

1) thin skin
2) soft skin
3) generous and bursting with ingredients
4) very fresh ingredients
5) asthetically well pleasing - not with broken skin and / or not irregular shaped.

Need I say more ?

The yam kueh is also very good - bursting with huge chunks of yam .

Joining the Butterfly Pea Nasi Lemak scene, @momokitchensg is a cozy, homely eating place at Jalan Bukit Merah that serves Malaysian fare such as Nasi Lemak and Penang Prawn Noodles.

Tucking into the baby blue-colored rice, I was first presented with a strong boost of aroma, distinctly accentuated by coconut milk. Grains were distinct yet fluffy. Accompanying on the side were roasted ikan bilis and peanuts, fresh cucumber slices and a slice of omelette topped on the rice. The star, the succulent chicken leg. As much as I was tempted to have the signature rendang, the throat didn’t allow for that. Despite so, the lemongrass chicken didn’t let down. Sous vide, the juicy chicken meat was easily torn off and was packed with citrus, aromatic flavours as the saucy lemongrass on top seeped through. Paired with a sambal that leaned towards the sweet without much spicy kick.

I’d probably be back to try the signature rendang chicken Nasi Lemak and Penang prawn noodles. Highly recommended to make reservations as seats are pretty limited and seemed short handed. (I did through Facebook for my previous visit, but they seemed to have missed it out though.) Note that the location might be a little out of the way.

🕙 10am - 3pm (Mon, Wed to Fri), 11.30am - 8.30pm (Sat & Sun). Closed on Tuesdays.

Handmade Crystal Dumplings
Turnips ($1.5/pc)
Yam ($1.8/pc)

Their sambal chilli was a perfect match with the dumplings! It was so good!

Went back another day to try their prawn mee. It is different from your usual - I tasted hei gor (prawn paste - the one used in rojak) in it, which made the soup super gao. I was pleasantly surprised by the taste at first, but too much of it made it kinda jelak. A nice twist nonetheless :)

The Nasi Lemak ($5.90) tastes as good as it looks. I highly recommend their rendang chicken! Sambal was also decent and portion was pretty substantial for the price. Worth a try.