111 Somerset Road
#02-20 111 Somerset
Singapore 238164

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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Ayam Lemak Cili Padi, Lemak Turi & Keledek, Kangkung, Sambal Kacang Ikan Bilis

Beef Rendang, Sambal Sotong, Sambal Goreng, Lemak Turi & Keledek, Begedil

Located in 111 Somerset, I have had the nasi ambeng from Pu3 Restaurant previously at their last location and this time round we decided to go for their nasi padang instead. I got the Nasi Sambal Goreng Set which also comes with a well marinated bergedil, juicy fried chicken and serunding sprinkled on top of the rice. The accompanying sambal was mildly sweet and more towards the spicy side which made it very good to go with rice.

Really huge portion, well balanced dishes! Sambal belacan is amazing and we thought all the dishes were not too spicy.

Fav dishes from Pu3: ayam lemak chilli padi and tahu telur

After treating our Muslim friends to the “Dulang Ambeng Royal” from Pu3, I decided to order one for ourselves as well since they‘d raved about the food, and frankly, I have been eager to try this place since forever. Truly ecstatic to have done so because it was pure joy to eat. Partly because I have been missing my Nasi Padang for a while now.
Shown above is the platter for 2 pax ($36) and it‘s massive. I reckon up to 3 people could share it actually. Anyway, all around the big mound of rice is an assortment of tastiness. My favourites from this “ring of fire” (ok, I may be exaggerating because not every item was fiery 😆) were the Daging Rendang (love, love, love the ridiculously fragrant and tender beef), the Paru Goreng Rempah (spices-marinated cow’s lungs - the main reason I am crazy for Nasi Padang), the Ikan Kering (crispy dried salted fish) and the Ayam Lemak Cili Padi (its gravy is sublime on rice or simply to slurp). The Udang Sambal Belado Hijau was also delicious but I wish there was more of the sambal. Ditto the Terong Sambal Belado. But that’s just me nitpicking because frankly, I’d be happy to feast on this again in another week or two.

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Delicious plate of Malay food that was beautifully plated and also satisfying to eat. Every ingredient was well-made and tasted like it was painstakingly and lovingly made at home by a mother.

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