114 Lavender Street
#01-09 CT Hub 2
Singapore 338729

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@simple.dailyfood2 opened a branch bakery @simple_donutbakery !!!🤩 their main store have my personal favorite blue pea nasi lemak in sg hehe 🥰 located at #cthub (hidden gem street of local foodie ventures) ✨
They recently launched @simple_donutbakery selling nyonya inspired flavors of bombolinis 🌈😋definitely a first! The flavors are:
1️⃣ Nyonya Rendang chicken ⭐️⭐️⭐️
2️⃣ butterfly pea cream cheese ⭐️⭐️
3️⃣ lychee rose ⭐️⭐️⭐️
4️⃣ nyonya Gula Melaka ⭐️⭐️
5️⃣ Thai green Milk tea ⭐️⭐️⭐️
6️⃣ cinnamon sugar ⭐️⭐️
I was lucky to get the box during their Mother’s Day special hence an extra cinnamon donut hehe🍀 hopefully they would be selling individually one day haha✨ I love that they are not overly sweet and oily with the right amount of airy and fluffiness in both the cream and donut 👍 personally would love to see more savory additions! But either way, absolutely love their nasi lemak haha😂 (took away 2 boxes while getting these hehs)

One of my top few Nasi lemak spots in Singapore. Sadly, they’re only open on weekdays during lunch and I don’t work nearby😭 their Har cheong gai option is fantastic. The chicken comes out perfectly fried every single time and still remains juicy despite the outside being so crisp. Love the blue pea rice which isn’t very greasy and is very light and fluffy. Also tried the unagi rice which is good too! Unagi was damn tender and fresh. $10 for unagi is also damn cheap, esp for this quality.

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Spotting the quintessential nasi lemak ingredients, like sambal chili, ikan billis, peanuts, and egg, what makes them stand out was the use of butterfly pea flower for their rice. Don't be mistaken, the deep blue hue is only on a portion of the rice and not the entire bowl of it. I couldn't detect any distinct butterfly pea taste from it, and even if there was, it was overpowered by the strong coconut fragrance, in a good way. Went with the Har Cheong Chicken option and I was impressed! The chicken was fragrant and juicy, just like how prawn paste chicken should be! Overall, a very satisfying lunch indeed.

2nd time trying the food here and I feel that the nasi lemak base with a mix of blue pea rice was a better choice given its fragrance and lemak-ness. Although the butterfly pea flower dye gave the rice a pretty colour, it was bland and aroma-less. The har cheong kai was crispy with a good amount of prawn paste taste. Juicy and tender too. What I really liked was the unassuming curry veg that gave the additional spice and flavour to the whole set. 👍

At a first look, it is your classic nasi lemak with egg, sambal and ikan bilis with one difference, the coconut rice. The rice was a brilliant blue hue from the butterfly pea and each scoop was a fragrant mouthful. For the base, I had the rendang chicken that was slathered with a mildly spicy rendang gravy, which was welcoming on a rainy weather. Note: Do try the har cheong chicken which I left was more scrumptious.

It took me a few years but here I am on this highly rated nasi lemak. They're among the pioneers to popularise butterfly pea. Quite an enjoyable nasi lemak. Apart from the delicious chilli, their stars are those two proteins. I found the fried chicken okay only, but the rendang was great, featuring tender meat and rich spices. Although I prefer soft yolk, the egg was perfect. Portion slightly small.