Brought to us by the Les Amis Group, Lemak Boys shines the spotlight on local favourites with a Peranakan twist, and yes, that includes their somewhat controversial Nasi Lemak. Burppler Veronica Phua ordered the Premium Nasi Lemak ($18.50) and thought "the essential components were done really well. While the rice was very fragrant and flavourful without being heavy or oily, the sweetish sambal proved a shiok match. The fancier items of fried chicken (it was well-marinated and crispy), omelette and otah (both had an appealing thickness), and the prawns with savoury chilli sambal, met our expectations too."

Photo by Burppler Veronica Phua