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Introduction
Selera Rasa has its roots dating back to 1988. It is an acclaimed Muslim hawker stall famous for its Nasi Lemak, whipped up with a traditional family recipe. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
07:00 - 17:00
Mon - Thu
07:00 - 17:00
Fri
Closed
Sat - Sun
07:00 - 17:00
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Pork Free
Signature Dishes
Nasi Lemak
Review (17)
Level4 2014-08-04
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I went with son to his favourite nasi lemak at adam road food centre, selara rasa, on 4.8.2014. The sign proclaimed no.1 nasi lemak though the address was no.2 adam road.It’s a monday & stall no.1 was closed. At 11.30am the queue was the usual 10+ pax. the other day when i fetched son from airport on 18.7.2014, we came here slightly earlier just before 11am on a friday. no2 stall was closed then & no. 1 was open & there was no queue, but soon after us the queue grew to 10pax. my son said no.2 stall usually has the longer queue.Selara rasa has a few creative touches. there is a Led ticker that says “self service” & “closed on friday” etc. the menus shows like fish meal, chicken meal, full house, royal flush & royal rumble. full house include chicken wing & ikan kuning, royal flush add-on begedil & royal rumble add on otak. anyway today there’s no fish so we ordered a chicken meal each & added another chicken wing each & my son added otak. Having tried both stalls, my personal preference is for stall no.1. apart from what 1 reviewer identified – that stall no. 1 serves kacang, but not stall no.2, i discovered the reason i preferred stall no. 1 was (1) chicken wing batter for stall no.2 was too thick & crispy for my liking (2) stall no.2’s chilli was sweeter & less spicy than stall no. 2. those however were the reasons my son prefer stall no. 1, so this a very subjective personal preference. also for me, ikan kuning is a key item i want in my nasi lemak, so no fish, no thrill. lol.See my full reviews & photos at =http://chefquak.com/2014/08/04/nasi-lemak-selara-rasa-stall-no2-adam-road-on-4aug2014/ continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-04
83 views
There are a few Nasi Lemak stall in Adam Road Food Centre, but Selara Rasa’s queue is always the LONGEST. When the queue is long, it can take about half an hour before you can have your breakfast or lunch. My opinion is that both the rice and the sambal chilli are the main factors that would contribute to a good Nasi Lemak. The rice is cooked just right with light coconut fragrant and texture is not dry or too moist. The sambal chilli is DA-BOOM! It is spicy and little sweet and it taste great when eaten the rice. continue reading
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Level3 2013-08-30
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There are two famous nasi lemak stalls in Adam Road Food Centre, side by side. One of them is the first shop of the food centre, this one is the second. Ironically, I find that the better one is in second place.Most of the time when you're there you ought to be prepared to queue up for a good twenty minutes, because many people come in line not just to order one plate, or two boxes, but a party-load of it. That just shows how good it is. The rice is always at such a good texture, though I find that its taste can be quite a hit and miss sometimes, and lacks that bit of coconut flavour to it. But Selera Rasa more than makes up for whatever's lacking with such good sambal chilli, so the rice becomes a little matter.The gold is in the chicken. The colour is so wonderfully golden, you only have to look at it to tell that it will be such a crispy treat. Inside the chicken is still so juicy and so tender, though a little oily, and it makes you wish you had more than one on your plate - which is why I always ask for two. Overall, this place ranks as one of the best nasi lemak in Singapore. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-21
38 views
Was here for lunch on a Wednesday afternoon at 130pm, thank god there was no queue and only one other person ahead of me. First thing that catches the eye is the interesting menu, much depicting the different combination of poker game. I went ahead for the Royal Rumble which is supposed to include everything they have on menu. There are 2 prices indicated for all, i supposed its the take away price. One of the staff will be right at the stall front and will pass the nasi lemak set out to you. I had asked for more chilli but the amount given was still quite little. My RR set comes with one otah (the bigger one usually sold at $2 or $3 elsewhere), one deep fried chicken wing, one kuning fish, 1 slice of cucumber . one fried egg, a bit of anchovies and fishcake (there was no more potato). Ok so RR does not include all items . The rice tasted pretty normal to me but it was the chix wing, ikan bilis, kuning fish and chilli that impressed. The chix wing though looking a little overly fried was super crispy with nicely cooked meat inside. It doesn't feel oily as well. The ikan bilis was also crunchy, just like the kuning fish. Now i could understand the reason behind the long queue always. But at $5.50, it may not appeal to everybody i think. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-07
31 views
I eaten their nasi lemak for many times. I always ordered the the set that got everything for $5.00. This set got fried chicken wing, otak, fried egg and begedil . The rice got strong coconut taste. I did not like the chicken wing. I think the flour was quite thick and the taste quite plain but it was crispy. The sambal chilli is sweet and not spicy. Overall a good eat but expensive. continue reading
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