2 Adam Road
#01-01 Adam Road Food Centre
Singapore 289876

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08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm


08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

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Enjoyed the fried chicken wings!

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☁️ see full review on ig @nibsandgobs


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We arrived at Adam Road Hawker Centre with the intention of trying the famous Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak (my dad used to dabao this home.. I would have been a whole lot more thankful had I aware of the queue he had to brave), but boy, the queue was pure madness. We gave up and opted for the less popular No.1 Nasi Lemak stall tucked neating at a corner. I got the standard chicken wing, otah and egg set - it was not amazing, but definitely not bad either. My brunch buddy got the rendang set for comparison. The rendang was surprisingly VERY VERY GOOD - it was extremely tender and aromatic!! 🐮 The gravy mixed with the sambal chilli also complemented the coconut flavoured rice perfectly ❤️

Taste: 6/10 (rendang one’s a 7.5)

Ambience: 5/10 (Adam Road Hawker has been plagued with birds for the longest time. I absolutely hate when they hop onto the table the moment diners leave to snack on the leftover food..)

Fluffy coconutty rice, crispy tender chicken(winglet & drumstick), sunny side up, crunchy ikan bilis with peanuts, combined with sweet & spicy sambal. It's an explosion of flavours when you have all these in a bite. The rice is definitely to die for! I would definitely be back for more of this plate of awesomeness.

The war goes on between the two stalls, but I’ve always had a soft spot for this stall and it’s probably because of the mutton rendang. The mutton is super soft and full of flavour, and everything else is pretty decent. I’ll probably say the other stall does a better rice and chicken wing, so maybe combine both elements for the best of both worlds!


For all its popularity, the nasi lemak was simply below average - too soggy rice, overly fried chicken wings, soaked in oil eggs. Definitely a drop in standards from the past