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if you prefer less sweet sambal and a runny yolk, the nasi lemak ($4.50) here is the one for u! both fried chicken and coconut rice are comparable

From Warung Padang
Nasi Padang delight plate with tender Sotong (squid), savoury Tempeh, and crispy Fried Begedil (fritters).
A harmonious balance of textures and tastes.
Satisfying and delicious!

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[Changi Village, Singapore ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ]

Set 5 (S$6)
Coconut flavoured coconut topped with fried chicken wing, otah, fried egg, bagedil, ikan bilis, sambal.
Interesting thereโ€™s lots of crispy bits in the ikan bilis.

Changi Famous Nasi Lemak
Address ๐Ÿ›– : 2 Changi Village Road, # 01-28 Changi Village Hawker Centre, Singapore ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ 500002
MRT ๐Ÿš‡ : Pasir Ris (EW1)
Note ๐Ÿ“ : take bus 109 from MRT exit B

The Superdry Laksa is definitely not what I had imagined it to be in the likes of nyonya and assam laksa. Not only does it use rice vermicelli, there was also no coconut in it. This savoury noodle dish was aromatic from the spices and herbs, and a subtle hint of sourness and spiciness. It came with Sarawak belacan that packed a heaty punch of flavour.

i liked that basmati rice was used!! makes this nasi lemak a little more unique. chicken was crispy and juicy too. but the sambal was sooo sweet literally 0 spice which is q a disappointment

Hereโ€™s a wide variety of dishes which I like - especially a lot of veggies. Vegetarians and even vegans will like this stall!

If you used to stay around this neighbourhood long enough, you should familiar with a stall called that the Montfort Mee Siam which has closed down long ago.

But the legacy recipe of Montfort Mee Siam has continued by this new owner at House of Li Xiang, which they both know each other well back then.

So you would expect decent mee siam from this stall. Strong and delicious taste until I finish everything including the gravy.

[Tampines, Singapore ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ]

Nasi Rawan (S$5.80)
Sambal sotong (squid in spicy gravy), paru (beef lung), begedil (potato patty), serunding (spiced grated coconut), sambal belacan, Tempe

Address ๐Ÿ›– : Blk 137 Tampines Street 11, # 01-31 Tampines Round Market & Food Centre, Singapore ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ 521 137

I tried the durian and the red bean versions. The latter was good in a normal way (or normal in a good way?). The durian used was lousy sia. It tasted like those durian lempok.

From Julieciousโ€™ Kitchen
We recently had the pleasure of trying Mee Siam for breakfast, and it was an absolute delight.
Priced at just $4, this dish offers incredible value for money.
The tangy and slightly spicy gravy was perfectly balanced, complementing the thin rice vermicelli noodles beautifully.
Topped with chopped spring onion, boiled egg, and tofu puffs, each bite was a burst of flavour.
Overall, this Mee Siam is a fantastic option if you're looking for a tasty yet affordable breakfast.
Highly recommended!

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For my first post on #LastMealOnEarth, my good brother @adibeevince shared with me a nasi lemak place called Kitchenman located at CT Hub 2. I ordered the Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng Berempah Leg and it ticks all the checkboxes of what a nasi lemak should taste. The coconut rice was fluffy and has the nice richness while the sambal was more on the spicier side which I actually prefer. The spiced fried chicken was juicy and flavourful with the aromatics. You can really go into a food coma after finishing this plate.

I am starting a new series where people share with me on what would their last meal on earth be if the world is ending in a few hoursโ€™ time. Do drop in the comments section if you would like to share your desired last meal on earth and I might go do a food review of it. It will be helpful if you can share details such as 1) dish name and 2) where I can get it in Singapore.

Throwback to when they're Nasi Don. It's a jazzed-up nasi lemak. Except for the measley rice and pork, I loved it. The enoki was a big plus. The pork was refined.