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121 Telok Ayer Street
#01-01 Stall 7
Singapore 068590

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Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
08:00am - 02:30pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 02:30pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 02:30pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 02:30pm

Friday:
08:00am - 02:30pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 01:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

One of their specialties is Nasi Lemak w/ Rendang Beef - The rendang beef is cooked overnight till tender but it also tasted gamier than expected.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/uptown-nasi-lemak/

paid $5.50 for drumstick nasi lemak. small drumstick. sambal chilli is good for spicy lovers. achar not bad.
if you want cheaper option, can just pop by another nasi lemak stall @ Market street temporary food centre (2mins walk).

Got the opportunity to check out the new Uptown Nasi Lemak which has sprouted up at the coffeeshop situated at 121 Telok Ayer Street recently (the same one where the $1 Peanut Pancake is located). Serving up Nasi Lemak with a variety of seafood and meat options, patrons going for the Nasi Lemak with Ayam Berempah can go with either the Drumstick or Thigh option at $5.50, or the entire Leg at $6.50.

Thought that the rice here is fluffy, and while the rice did carry a slight lemak note, it would have been even better if it could carry a heavier hint of coconut for more punch. Otherwise, the meat was pretty good; crisp on the exterior and juicy and succulent within, the chicken comes with hints of spice such as turmeric and lemongrass for a more complex, yet fragrant note, while it also comes with crispy Ikan Bilis for a crunch, half-boiled egg, cucumbers, sambal and achar. The sambal here is not quite the sweet variant we would usually associate with local renditions of Nasi Lemak, but is the savoury-sweet sort that is more reminiscent to Malaysia-style versions with caramelised onions and soft Ikan Bilis for a bite – carried quite a decent intensity of heat that should be manageable to most with a low to moderate level of tolerance to spiciness, while the achar gives a tangy and refreshing crunch to reset the taste buds from all the carbs and meat. Pretty decent, though more of an option I would consider only if in the area.

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meant to be together. It is not the same if one is missing.
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A subtle coconut fragrance exudes from the rice. Juicy chicken leg enveloped by its crispy skin. Taste a hint of lemongrass. I love the achar for its tantalising tangy flavors. Sambal is a must have. Spicy with a light touch of citrussy note. It is like a crowning glory. Without it, I believe it is an "incomplete" nasi lemak.
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I thoroughly savored this in a slow but steady enjoyment mood. If I am around here again, I would want to try the beef rendang.

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