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Qiji was targeting to create and serve the most traditional local delight, it attracted many patrons and received positive comments. The brand was now expanded into franchise, offered catering service as well. The concept was similar to the fast food chain, we queued up, ordered and paid while collecting our food. The process was pretty much quick and fuss-free, service was friendly prompt. Having my quick bite lunch, I ordered signature Malay cuisine. It was worth to mention about, savoury an
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Qiji was targeting to create and serve the most traditional local delight, it attracted many patrons and received positive comments. The brand was now expanded into franchise, offered catering service as well. The concept was similar to the fast food chain, we queued up, ordered and paid while collecting our food. The process was pretty much quick and fuss-free, service was friendly prompt.
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Having my quick bite lunch, I ordered signature Malay cuisine. It was worth to mention about, savoury and hearty broth to soak up redly fried meehoon. Hardboiled egg was cut into pieces, beautifully well-arranged on top of the dish. Crispy Tau Pok absorbed the sweet tangy broth, spicy sambal was putting aside. I stirred it up and enjoyed the mix, Mee Siam looked tempting and taste even better. $4.00 was affordable enough, humble yet delicious meal.
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2014-02-21 34 views
Qi ji is my favorite place for nasi lemak.. I prefer the branch at funan centre, which is their flagship shop...I feel that their food is always hot and fresh and cooked perfectly. As for tiong bahru branch, is not bad too.. but chicken wing is nt hot. I love the chilli. The chicken wing though nt hot anymore but still crispy and taste good, rice is with coconut fragrance, the sunny side rgg is too cooked.
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Qi ji is my favorite place for nasi lemak.. I prefer the branch at funan centre, which is their flagship shop...I feel that their food is always hot and fresh and cooked perfectly.

As for tiong bahru branch, is not bad too.. but chicken wing is nt hot. I love the chilli. The chicken wing though nt hot anymore but still crispy and taste good, rice is with coconut fragrance, the sunny side rgg is too cooked.

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2013-07-29 37 views
qi ji nasi lemak is my number one choice if I am feeling to have some coconut rice and chicken wings for dinner or lunch. there are about six choices of the nasi lemak set meal to choose from and my choice will always be set 3, which comes with chicken wing, egg, otak otak and peanuts/ikan bilis. I like the chicken wing as it is juicy and well marinated. the rice is always very fragrant with coconut milk. you can change ur egg to omelette or sunny side up at no extra cost. the shop here in tion
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qi ji nasi lemak is my number one choice if I am feeling to have some coconut rice and chicken wings for dinner or lunch. there are about six choices of the nasi lemak set meal to choose from and my choice will always be set 3, which comes with chicken wing, egg, otak otak and peanuts/ikan bilis. I like the chicken wing as it is juicy and well marinated. the rice is always very fragrant with coconut milk. you can change ur egg to omelette or sunny side up at no extra cost. the shop here in tiong bahru plaza is quite small and packed so I will always order a takeaway home.
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2013-07-26 46 views
Shopping at Tiong Bahru Plaza and had a craving for Nasi Lemak.The Popiah at first didn’t look too appealing. popiah skin was obviously dry and hard, tried to cover by spreading a lot of sweet sauce and chilli to make it moist and soft.I know my popiahs. The filling was average.Came to the spotlight of the meal, the rice is fluffy and fragrant. The smell of coconut arouses and I was almost drooling my way through while queueing for it. The portion was generous too! Chicken was well cooked and cr
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Shopping at Tiong Bahru Plaza and had a craving for Nasi Lemak.
The Popiah at first didn’t look too appealing. popiah skin was obviously dry and hard, tried to cover by spreading a lot of sweet sauce and chilli to make it moist and soft.I know my popiahs. The filling was average.

Came to the spotlight of the meal, the rice is fluffy and fragrant. The smell of coconut arouses and I was almost drooling my way through while queueing for it. The portion was generous too! Chicken was well cooked and crispy. Otah is the soft/dry “style” , I wished it were more evenly lightly charred because it was kind of Al Dente at the other side. Ikan kuning is dry and tough. Didn’t like it. Breaded fish was a little cold, I think it’s been left there as demand is low. The best part is the Sambal chilli which was mild and tangy and made the perfect companion to all the food on the table.

The Nasi Lemak here was so nice that we ate 3 servings between the 2 of us. FATTTTTT!
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Qi Ji is one of my common go-to destinations for lunch, not only for the delicious food they serve, but also because I find that they serve one of the cheapest and most value for money food I can find inside shopping centres (since most of their outlets are located in shopping centres).If you are visiting the Tiong Bahru outlet during meal times, expect a queue!Their nasi lemak is a must-try!Set B, $4.00Comes with a slice of Egg Omelette, Otar and Fried Chicken WingI like everything about this d
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Qi Ji is one of my common go-to destinations for lunch, not only for the delicious food they serve, but also because I find that they serve one of the cheapest and most value for money food I can find inside shopping centres (since most of their outlets are located in shopping centres).

If you are visiting the Tiong Bahru outlet during meal times, expect a queue!

Their nasi lemak is a must-try!
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Set B, $4.00
Comes with a slice of Egg Omelette, Otar and Fried Chicken Wing

I like everything about this dish from the chicken wings to the chilli. The chicken wings never fail to disappoint; always crispy and juicy. A word of advice here, is to eat the chicken wings with your hands, or at least use your non-disposable cutlery. My plastic disposable cutlery always snaps when I attempt to eat the chicken wings with it.

You can smell the coconut fragrance in the rice even before you tuck in. For me, I love to add a large amount of chilli on the side. I have this obsession about eating every mouth of this meal with their chilli, because it is so good! Mixing in the chilli with the fragrant coconut rice really turns up the heat of this dish for me.
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2012-12-14 16 views
Whenever I got craving for Nasi Lemak, I will always drop by the branch at Tiong Bahru Plaza since it's the nearest to me.Qiji offers many different kind of nasi lemak set to cater to their customers. For me I am a big fan of their chicken wings, so Set B (consist of eggs, otah and chicken wing) will always be my top choice. The crispiness of the chicken wing skin is definitely a bomb and I have no complain to it. For $4 a set, it is definitely one of cheapest filling food you can find in a shop
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Whenever I got craving for Nasi Lemak, I will always drop by the branch at Tiong Bahru Plaza since it's the nearest to me.

Qiji offers many different kind of nasi lemak set to cater to their customers. For me I am a big fan of their chicken wings, so Set B (consist of eggs, otah and chicken wing) will always be my top choice. The crispiness of the chicken wing skin is definitely a bomb and I have no complain to it.

For $4 a set, it is definitely one of cheapest filling food you can find in a shopping mall. Peak hours can be annoying if you want to sit there and enjoy your food as the branch is quite small with limited seats.
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2012-07-13 9 views
Popiah is one of the signature items at Qi Ji and I will usually buy their popiahs when i visit their different outlets in Singapore. The one here at Tiong bahru Plaza may not be as big as the one from other outlets. Feel that the filling is abit too dry and not too fragrant. The popiah skin is quite dry as well. May not be my liking and would not try it from this stall in future.
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Popiah is one of the signature items at Qi Ji and I will usually buy their popiahs when i visit their different outlets in Singapore. The one here at Tiong bahru Plaza may not be as big as the one from other outlets. Feel that the filling is abit too dry and not too fragrant. The popiah skin is quite dry as well. May not be my liking and would not try it from this stall in future.
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2012-07-12 20 views
Qi Ji started with popiah but they have since expanded and included items like Nasi Lemak, Mee Siam and even Mee Rebus. I tried their Mee Rebus for the first time. It consists of the yellow noodle served in the savory gravy and accompanied with a hard-boiled egg and bits of fried tofu served with bean sprouts in the noodle. Then, green cut chillies, chopped coriander and dried shallots are added just before served. It is an enjoyable plate of mee rebus.
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Qi Ji started with popiah but they have since expanded and included items like Nasi Lemak, Mee Siam and even Mee Rebus. I tried their Mee Rebus for the first time. It consists of the yellow noodle served in the savory gravy and accompanied with a hard-boiled egg and bits of fried tofu served with bean sprouts in the noodle. Then, green cut chillies, chopped coriander and dried shallots are added just before served. It is an enjoyable plate of mee rebus.
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2012-06-12 8 views
Decided to order something else for a change since i have always been eating their mee rebus or mee siam whenever i am here. So i gave their nasi lemak a try and i like it! The rice was very fragrant and the chicken wing was crispy too! I like the chili that came along with it as well as it add a punch to the food too Can't really remember the price that i paid for it but it was more than $4. Do try it if you are planning to make a visit to qi ji.
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Decided to order something else for a change since i have always been eating their mee rebus or mee siam whenever i am here. So i gave their nasi lemak a try and i like it! The rice was very fragrant and the chicken wing was crispy too! I like the chili that came along with it as well as it add a punch to the food too Can't really remember the price that i paid for it but it was more than $4. Do try it if you are planning to make a visit to qi ji.
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2012-04-22 25 views
Lunch @ Tiong Bahru's Qi Ji - it is on the level 3 of Tiong Bahru Plaza...A small store with about 20 pax capacity... during lunch time can be very occupied... Qiji is quite well known for it's Local Malay dishes like Mee Siam, Nasi Lemak etc...Today, I felt like eating little.. so I ordered the Popiah instead of my usual Mee Siam. Nice nice, at only $2, the popiah is filled with ingredients...shared the fruit Rojak with my colleagues... it is quite nice. Fried dough is very crispy, and they add
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Lunch @ Tiong Bahru's Qi Ji - it is on the level 3 of Tiong Bahru Plaza...

A small store with about 20 pax capacity... during lunch time can be very occupied... Qiji is quite well known for it's Local Malay dishes like Mee Siam, Nasi Lemak etc...

Today, I felt like eating little.. so I ordered the Popiah instead of my usual Mee Siam. Nice nice, at only $2, the popiah is filled with ingredients...

shared the fruit Rojak with my colleagues... it is quite nice. Fried dough is very crispy, and they added the green apple slice in the rojak too.. made it very refreshing... and it is just for $3.50 with such big serving...

I went on having their Chee Cheong Fun (very smooth and nice)

From my past experience.... Qi ji's food has been quite consistent even though they appear to be franchised.
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2012-03-19 141 views
I always eat the mee rebus at qi ji as i find that it is filling enough for me. It costs $3.50 now for a bowl of mee rebus but it is worth it as the ingredients complement each other very well. I love their gravy although it is quite spicy for me too.
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I always eat the mee rebus at qi ji as i find that it is filling enough for me. It costs $3.50 now for a bowl of mee rebus but it is worth it as the ingredients complement each other very well. I love their gravy although it is quite spicy for me too.
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Every time i go to food courts, I always like to try laksa. I have developed a liking for laksa ever since i i first tried it at fong seng. The laksa at qiji, is just as delicious. It was a little spicy but the taste was so good. It had the right amount of coconut in the soup. There was a generous amount of fishcake and tofu. A dish worth trying. Two thumbs up!!
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Every time i go to food courts, I always like to try laksa. I have developed a liking for laksa ever since i i first tried it at fong seng. The laksa at qiji, is just as delicious. It was a little spicy but the taste was so good. It had the right amount of coconut in the soup. There was a generous amount of fishcake and tofu. A dish worth trying. Two thumbs up!!
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2011-09-12 11 views
Decided to have late lunch at Qiji. I was craving for nasi lemak so I ordered the set 1 which includes sausage, otah, egg, chicken and nuts. The rice was a bit dry, nevertheless, the food tasted great, The sambal was not too sweet and it was also spicy. The chicken was well cooked and it was very tasty. I also ordered ice milo. One of the best ice milo I have ever tasted in Singapore. It was not diluted unlike other shops and was very rich in flavour. Very affordable and the food is definitely v
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Decided to have late lunch at Qiji. I was craving for nasi lemak so I ordered the set 1 which includes sausage, otah, egg, chicken and nuts. The rice was a bit dry, nevertheless, the food tasted great, The sambal was not too sweet and it was also spicy. The chicken was well cooked and it was very tasty.

I also ordered ice milo. One of the best ice milo I have ever tasted in Singapore. It was not diluted unlike other shops and was very rich in flavour. Very affordable and the food is definitely value for money. Would definitly go back there for the ice milo.
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