739 Bedok Reservoir Road
Singapore 470739

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07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

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Mee rebus is sold out at 11am on a weekday, quite ridiculous

Beef was tough

Curry ckn was alright, the sauce was good but not mind-blowing

Cuttlefish was abit tough and quite spicy

Sambal goreng was surprisingly quite mild

Overall it's alright, worth a try if you're in the area. Also thr queue gets crazy so only if you avoid peak hours(before 11)

The food here was robust in taste and full of flavour. The different texture and varied levels of spiciness, sweetness, nuttiness and “lemak-ness" of the different dishes just come together so well with the steamed rice. I especially enjoyed the beef rendang and curry chicken. Oh and the mee rebus was impressive too.

They say good stuff aren’t cheap and cheap stuff aren’t good but this place has proven the saying wrong.

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So I ended up at Desa Rancapanggung for nasi padang.
Many things were sold out by about 12.45pm, so was not able to try their popular dishes such as beef rendang and Mee rebus. Instead, had chicken curry, sambal goreng and a too-sweet mussels dish.
My lunch date had fried chicken, egg sambal and veg.
Our total: $10.50.

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Over at Desa Rancapanggung, this nondescript hawker stall within a food court might seemed unassuming but oh boy, they are more than your regular nasi padang stall. Especially the beef rendang which was cooked till fork tender, this is truly one of the best versions that I have tasted as the rempah has seeped into the meat and you can truly taste the Asian flavours and herbs in each bite. Besides that, the sambal goreng is a great complement to the rice but I would wish for more tempeh in it.
📍 Desa Rancapanggung Malay Cuisine
739 Bedok Reservior Road, Singapore 470739


The buah keluak, which is actually a type of nut, imparts a deep, complex, earthy flavour.

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