90 Whampoa Drive
#01-24 Whampoa Makan Place Block 90
Singapore 320090

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11:15am - 09:00pm

11:15am - 09:00pm

11:15am - 09:00pm

11:15am - 09:00pm

11:15am - 09:00pm

11:15am - 09:00pm

11:15am - 09:00pm

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Decided to order nasi lemak ($4) + 1 veg ($1) but then their selling point was their fragrant rice and sweet chili according to my colleague. But their chicken wing really slightly oily tbh and overall its just nice to eat.

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Pass. Rice is green so semi-interesting. I hate fully cooked eggs.

This stall serve nasi lemak in sets or you can build and customise it with your choice of dishes. I chose to have mine with chicken wing, otah, sambal goreng and of course sambal chilli! The sweet and spicy sambal chilli is good and pairs well with everything. I don't mind eating just coconut rice with their sambal chilli.

There's always a snaking queue to this stall. Not the best nasi lemak but decent enough. The portion served is quite big and pretty worth the price paid.

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From Hi Leskmi Nasi Lemak; $3.50 only for this colourful set.
Brisk queue.
Simple combinations in photo menu right below the stall signage.
Loved the chilli paste.


You can’t go wrong with whichever stall that has a long queue, like this one at night.

With 3 sets on the menu that offer different variations that include chicken wing, fish and otak. Each set also comes with egg, vege, peanut, ikan bilis and chilli sauce.

You also can choose from other dishes available to add on to your set.


There has never been a time when a queue isn’t spotted in front of this corner stall at Whampoa Makan Place and hence I knew I had to try it out.

There were hits and misses in this plate; while the portion of each ingredient was reasonable, it would have been better if the fried chicken wing was hot and had a crispy batter, and if the otak was more lemak. What stood out was the sambal belacan, although sweeter than spicy, yet not losing its kick. The rice had a fragrant coconut milkiness which was a perfect match to the sambal belacan, and am glad to see that it wasn’t overdosed with green colouring!