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A heaping plate of delicately spiced, fluffy basmati rice, plated with fluffy egg, crunchy lettuce and purple cabbage, a generous handful of tender marinated rotisserie chicken, and creamy hummus.
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Bold vegetal earthy sweet savoury salty flavours here, so yummy. My go-to order when I eat here.
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EPIKebabs
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This makes for a good sharing appetizer or snack. A base of thin and crisp potato chips sprinkled with a mild chili seasoning, over which is plated tender strips of marinated rotisserie chicken.
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I choose the EPIK sauce to coat this, resulting in each mouthful being a burst of savoury salty flavour. Delicious and filling.
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EPIKebabs
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Fluffy Flower Bread which consists of seven freshly baked, pull-apart buns. Nestled in the middle of the golden sesame-topped crust ‘flower’ is an enamel bowl filled with a choice of: Curry Chicken; Chicken Stew or Beef Stew.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/old-chang-kee-rex/amp/

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We weren't asked our preference for the doneness of the patty, so we were a bit disappointed to see that it was well done when we cut into it. Don't be like us and make sure to request to avoid disappointment.

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Hard to go wrong with this staple and was the most decent out of three dishes we tried. Eggs were underseasoned though, but they have salt and pepper next to the condiments and refillable water station. A portion of greens would have been nice too, though they did allow to swap the baked beans for more shrooms – should have tried requesting for salad instead!

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Yes, there’s really FREE FLOW rice and sambal chilli, which are two essentials in what sets a great nasi lemak apart from a mediocre one. They definitely didn’t scrimp on the coconut rice and sambal chilli as the fragrance from the coconut rice cooked in pandan leaves will instantly hit you as you open the rice cooker while the spicy sambal chilli might seemed unassuming initially but wait for 5 minutes and the spiciness will slowly reveal its fiery nature and cause a slow burn around your lips.

Don’t come here and expect a wide array of ingredients because there’s not; but I feel the variety is more than enough for one to customize their own plate of nasi lemak. Right at the counter, the shop owners have laid out everything from the regular ikan bilis with peanut, hotdogs, otah to the less unconventional ones like fried chicken skin. Flavours will not knock you off the perch but it’s the familiarity and distinctive homecooked taste that will make you keep going back for more. Special mention goes to their deep fried chicken wings which brought back memories of how my grandmother would used to make and the plain generic egg that most take for granted but here, extra effort is put into adding corns and carrot bits into the egg mixture before frying them up, resulting in a crunchy texture.
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Nasi Lemak Kukus
Address: 229, Selegie Road, Singapore 188344

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A pity that the avocado used was not ripe. Even after being baked till the egg is set, it was still too firm and not creamy at all, resulting in a dry dish overall.
Coffee was good though, although slightly pricier than usual.

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Chicken Curry Puff ($1.30)
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Chicken curry puff @seleracurrypuff best eaten piping hot. One of the cheaper priced puffs in town with giant chicken chunks but the crust and the spices isn’t as flavourful as I had hoped.

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I enjoyed the rice as it was full of umami. Only thing is we couldn’t quite taste the crab flavour in the rice but it sure didn’t stop us. In fact, the rice was so good that most of us were too lazy to bother with the crabs. Whilst this portion is meant for 6 according to the server, we found it sufficient for 10 of us. A double order would have been too much as we had ordered our usual favourite carbs here, the tang hoon and also the Wah Tan Hor which was excellent!

It didn’t disappoint, served sizzling hot and with the right amount of char, it was delicious with just plain white rice. This dish requires pre ordering.

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This hotpot space is open till 5am daily = another spot for suppers! We got to try 3 different soups - Healthy Collagen, Si Chuan Spicy Soup Base and their newly launched Prawn Soup Base. Our clear winner that night was the super rich Prawn Soup Base, made from boiling lots and lots of prawn heads - it was so rich and intense that it felt super sinful slurping down (but unfortunately heard that you’d have to top up $ for more broth, which doesn’t seem as worth it). While the Collagen felt too watered down, the Si Chuan base is a not bad option for ma la lovers. The buffet was pretty standard, and includes the usual steamboat options you’d expect. Not outstanding, but what we enjoyed most were their ala carte Homemade Prawn Balls ($12.90 for 6) which were super q and packed with prawn meat.

Thank you to @haixianlao for having us and @burpple for the kind invite! 🙆🏻‍♀️