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Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 21:00
Mon - Tue
11:00 - 21:00
Wed
Closed
Thu
11:00 - 21:00
Fri - Sat
09:00 - 22:00
Sun
09:00 - 21:00
Public Holiday
09:00 - 22:00
Review (2)
Level2 2013-08-19
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Brought my Taiwanese friend around Singapore and treated her to a feast of Malaysian/singapore's most famous and traditional foods. At RWS Malaysian food street, one gets to sample a variety of local delights without the hassle of traveling all over the country! We spent a total of $80 for this meal for the following dishes: 1) Kampung nasi lemak (halal)It was really good! We ordered the normal set, which was served with otah, and the chicken set, with chicken wings. The chilli was one of the best I've tasted and the fried chicken was fresh and super tender. The otah was good as well. 2) Klang bak kut tehBoiled to perfection, each bowl of bak kut teh was brimming with rich herbal aroma and soft, chewy pork ribs that leaves one craving for more after just one taste of the soup. 3) Straits of SatayKind of average satay that can be found at most hawkers. Overall, it was a hearty meal and definitely a place I will visit again, albeit the exorbitant prices. continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-21
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Friday night at Malaysian Food Street, at around 9pm. And they sold out their normal nasi lemak but no choice I order their nasi lemak with beef rendang.Come my meal. The portion they give is alot.Traditionally, to go with your lemak is coconut rice, their rice just got abit of the coconut taste.Next, you will need to have crunchy fried anchovies (ikan bilis) which they have.An egg, which they have also. Cucumber and sambal. And you mixed all together, your nasi lemak with beef rendang is prefect.Like their beef rendang much more than their rice.Overall; Good to try their beef rendang. Next time to come early for their chicken. continue reading
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