221B Boon Lay Place
#01-106 Boon Lay Place Food Village
Singapore 642221

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06:30am - 03:30am

06:30am - 03:30am

06:30am - 03:30am

06:30am - 03:30am

06:30am - 03:30am

06:30am - 03:30am

06:30am - 03:30am

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I wanted to try their nasi lemak ($4.50) a few year back. But then I didn't have a chance to do previously. I felt that the rice got fragrant coconut smell, not that bad but peanut and anchovies got crispy and crunchy texture. Fried egg was really hard and overcooked a bit. Fried Chicken got marinated with spices on the skin only and not deep inside but I felt that their chicken was quite soggy already (not that nice tbh). My colleagues he told that chili sauce was quite nice even though I didn't dip chicken into chili sauce.

I'm back after 10 years. I know they've branched out but I still trust the HQ. I have mixed memories of this nasi lemak. When we had it after every Fright Night, it was damn shiok. Other times, it's very ordinary. This visit was no exception. The rice, chicken wing and egg were flat. At least the chilli was still good.

Known for their late closing hours, Power Nasi Lemak never failed to appear on list of result when I search for late night food in Singapore.

Delivery: Islandwide Delivery(min. $30)

Chicken Wing $2
Egg $0.50
Sambal Sotong $3.50

Journey to the west for this stall in Boon Lay. The rice here is good enough to have alone with their sweet and spicy sambal — served warm, with the perfect amount of moisture. However, the Nasi Lemak Chicken Set ($3.50) elevates the basics with a chunky, juicy chicken wing fried to a delightful golden-brown, a fried egg with an oozy yolk and anchovies. If you're feeling peckish, add a begedil ($0.50) or otah ($1.50).
Photo by Burppler Alderic Teo


can't help but to think that the best part of this dish is the rice (rly fresh & fragrant!) and the ikan bilis / peanuts combi! chili could have been less sweet and a lot more spicy :$

Despite the legions of reviews saying that this is overrated, I still find it a very decent plate of nasi lemak. You can often find queues in front of the stalls when you pass by.

I guess it's hard to match up the standard it once was years ago

Full Vlog and how-to-make: https://youtu.be/pdNwHXXrfFA