28 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069708

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Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
Closed

Sunday:
Closed

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Like everything here, this was such pure, refined hawker food. The tea and the lime were so balanced, it's the best I've drunk.

For a long time I felt this was glorified nasi lemak, meant to scam the unaware. Then I heard how good it was and have been trying to visit. I must say, one, it's indeed excellent. But, two, it showed the limits of hawker food, where no matter how good it is, there's a ceiling. The rice was a fragrance bomb. Then there's the chilli, which was rich and addictive. Then there's the ikan bilis, which was like chips. The chicken's sauce was spiced very well, but the rice was still best eaten with the chilli.

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For a long time I felt this was glorified nasi lemak, meant to scam the unaware. Then I heard how good it was and have been trying to visit. I must say, one, it's indeed excellent. But, two, it showed the limits of hawker food, where no matter how good it is, there's a ceiling. If you're here, this is the chicken you should get. It's spiced and therefore a symphony of flavours in my mouth. But that's not unique - this is the style in KL. What's more impressive was the organic bird. It's the most beautiful flesh I think I've eaten. Then there's the rice, which was a fragrance bomb. Then there's the chilli, which was rich and addictive. Then there's the ikan bilis, which was like chips. Everything else was quite normal haha.

I find the nasi lemak nothing special for the price. The sambal and rice is salty. They are not stingy with peanut and ikan bilis. Chicken not that big for the price and lack of flavor. The cucumber is so pathetic, so small that I can’t taste cucumber (they should cut slant for better presentation). Overall is a good nasi lemak but not that special. But I am happy with Staff services and ambiance is nice!

Everything here is more expensive, but it’s delish. The sambal sotong has complex flavours. The Sup kambing is said to feed two, but they must be children, for the portion is not generous.

Ordered this and more for a group of 8 😁 In this picture:
⭐️Nasi Lemak Chicken Leg Set ($14.80+)
⭐️Nasi Lemak Fish Set ($13.20+)
⭐️Kacang Panjang (Long beans ($6.50+)
⭐️Terung Assam Manis (Eggplants) ($7+)
⭐️Sambal Sotong ($14+)
⭐️Otak-Otak ($10.50+)

The stars of the night are surprisingly not the nasi lemak but the sambal sotong and otak-otak! Despite both being pricey dishes, they are well worth the price. The sambal sotong is well cooked and the otak-otak is of good quality, filled with chunks of fish.

I find the nasi lemak nothing special, rice is not fragrant and the ingredients are common for this price point. The sambal chilli is super tasty but I won’t come back specially for this. The service staff is friendly and the ambience is lovely - perhaps this is what we are paying more for.

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