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Introduction
International Muslim Food Nasi Lemak was famous for its masi padang when it first started in the 1970s. The owners switched to selling nasi lemak in the 1990s. continue reading
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Review (6)
Level4 2014-12-13
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Nasi lemak $5.50: The nasi lemak here is nice! I ordered extra rice because the portion of rice was rather little. The fish was quite big and the chicken wing was crispy, tender, and batter was well-marinated. The chilli was spicy and fragrant while the egg tasted average. Chilli was sweeter than it was spicy though. Overall, it is worth the try. continue reading
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Level3 2014-04-23
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$3.50 + $1.00 otah = $4.50 nasi lemakFragrant coconut hot rice! Normal chicken wing, ikan bilis and egg. Just like any typical nasi lemak stall.So-so chilli, slightly on the spicy as compared to sweet side.I doubt I’ll eat it again, so-so to me only.http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2013/11/24/international-muslim-food-stall-nasi-lemak-changi-village/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-30
25 views
Plan for breakfast before heading over to pulau ubin for cycling outing!As this place has been renovated, a new Changi Village Hawker Centre emerges with plenty of seats , cleaner and brighter.I’ve been looking forward to eating Nasi Lemak all week. There was a queue so it took a while before it was my turn , I ordered a classic plate of Nasi Lemak.Fluffy and aromatic coconut rice with crispy and juicy fried chicken wings, kuning fish is abit hard (maybe it's meant to be like that), otah is spicy and their Chili is sedap ! continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-29
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This is the other nasi lemak stall in changi village hawker centre that is rather famous, apart from Mizzy Corner. Having tried both stalls a couple of times, I prefer International, although it is more expensive. I chose the fried potato, egg, ikan bilis, otah, and chicken wings, which costs around $5. The chicken wings from this stall is more delicious than mizzy's, as the chicken is more flavorful. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-07
18 views
Hubby went night cycling and bought this for supper enroute to Changi ferry point. There was a long long queue at this store at 8.30pm...it was about 30mins wait.The Chicken wing nasi lemak set $3.50Consist of a crispy fried chicken wing, fried egg, ikan bilis, cucumber and chili. The fried chicken wing was just freshly cooked and piping hot when purchased, well marinated with spices...yummy. Ikan bilis were tiny and super crispy, serving was generous too. The chili has chunks of onion inside, slightly sweet...very nice. continue reading
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