380 Clementi Avenue 5
Singapore 120380

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07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Kedai Kopi is a Halal friendly coffee shop located at the foot of block 380 Clementi Ave 5. All stalls here are Halal certified.

The Nasi Lemak Store here caught by attention with its XXL Chicken Leg blue Pea Nasi Lemak.

The chicken leg was deep fried and skin looks crispy and dry, but the meat inside is juicy and tender.

Portion of the Blue Pea rice also alot, as compared to some other places I had recently.

Overall not bad, will return to try the other stalls here.


From Buay Tahan See-food
Wok hey inside, enjoy it while its serve is best.
Highly recommended!

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A small portion of white fried carrot cake.
Flavourful and thick portion.
Definitely return for it

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We were particularly interested in Mee Bagus, a halal concept for bak chor mee-style mie ayam that replaces pork with chicken. An unconventional twist to ramen, the Volcano Ayam features a bowl of belly-comforting mee kia ramen with a myriad of ingredients such as minced chicken, sliced abalone, fishballs, meatballs, mushrooms and a lava egg. Although the dollop of volcano sambal wasn’t as potent and still bearable for someone like me who has a low tolerance for heat, I would have preferred if the broth was richer, more milky and flavourful that would have a greater resemblance to the actual ramen.

@kedaikopisg, a coffeeshop concept by @tenderfreshsg and @kimlycoffeeshop.sg, has been on my wishlist for a while before I finally checked it out recently. The coffeeshop, with its modern hipster interior, comprises 9 stalls that serve halal hawker fare, some with a creative twist. My Muslim friends in the west, you have no reason to not dine here. 😛

Ever since @nasicocosg at Newest shut their doors, I have been missing their nasi lemak from time to time. Was exhilarated to find their new collaboration with Tenderfresh here at 1 of the stalls, 380 Nasi Lemak, serving several items such as Mak Spicy Chicken Cutlet, Shrimp paste chicken. We had the XXL crispy chicken leg that came along with their signature fluffy coconut rice and a rather sweet sambal chili. While it was only served warm and not as crispy as expected, but the tenderness and juiciness of the chicken leg were apparent as we started tearing off the meat.


the hokkien mee has a nice char to it. the bandung grenade has only a faint taste of grape yakult, and it isn't too sweet

this place just opened a while back so I was pretty excited to try it out!