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Introduction
A locally acclaimed hawker stall that specializes in traditional Nasi Lemak, which is replete with the pungent aroma of pandan and chicken wings are served hot and crispy. Pair it up with the local favorite otak-otak. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 20:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 20:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Pork Free
Signature Dishes
Nasi Lemak
Review (6)
Full Review at http://lepakwithyaops.com/sri-sujana-nasi-lemak-at-changi-right-villageFollow Lepak With Yaops on Instagram and FacebookChangi Village, one of my favourite night spots and termed as the mecca of Nasi Lemak. With a few vendors within a small plot of land, it's all about survivor of the fittest! However, after years of stiff competition (still on going), these stalls have earned their strips and own followers.Rice had hints of pandan leaves fragrance wrapped with coconut milk. However, it was just a tad too moist. Chilli had a good punch of spiciness and traces of sweetness. Coupled the dish was their insanely crispy ikan billis and peanuts, and mouth-watering crispy chicken wings.Overall, not the sort of nasi lemak to die for, but still a decent one. Sitting at the top of my Nasi Lemak list and unchallenged will be Nasi Lemak Kukus along Thomson Road. continue reading
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Level4 2015-06-22
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Everyone was talking about the famous Nasi Lemak in Changi Village and when it's my turn to order, it was quite unfortunate that their rice quantity went low and we were advice to wait for another 15 minutes for the rice at Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak.It was quite a frustrating moment when one is hungry and after waited for sometime to being the first in queue, we were told to wait further unexpectedly.We took the alternative of having Nasi Lemak from neighbouring stall, their competitor, Sri Sujana Nasi Lemak as our stomach could not cooperate with us any further. Having ordered Chicken Set which costs $3.50, we added the set with Fish Fillet as well as a piece of otah.Lemak from the rice was adequate with hints of pandan leaves fragrance, coupled with their spicy chilli sauce, ikan billis and peanuts not forgetting the crispy and addictive chicken wings. However the fish fillet turned out to be soggy while Otah was still doing alright. Facing such a fierce competition with the Nasi Lemak, I would say their grains are excellently packed with aroma from the coconut milk which lifts the entire dish up another level.For more food reviews, visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2015/02/sri-sujana-nasi-lemak.html continue reading
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I wanted to try out the hawker food at changi village food centre on 21.9.2014. turned out to be a huge disappointment.there were 4 nasi lemak stalls. i decided not to queue at “mizzy corner” the one with longest queue. but my short queue (i was the 4th in the queue) at malay stall sri sujana turned out quite long as 2 before were buying 4packets & 5packets. The man was very naggy at every customer. service was poor & not cheerful. that would be ok if food was ok, but it was not! rice was poor and did not have the fragrant coconut flavours. & sambal chilli the most important ingredient was outright bad & odd tasting. it was salty & like having tau jeoh??? not sure can call it sambal?? to me rice & chilli were like the backbone of good nasi lemak, & both failed completely. oath was bad, the chicken was quite ok to good, the ikan tuning was ok. this was really poor c/w both stalls no.1 & no.2 nasi lemak at adam road food centre.i will never eat from this stall again.see my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/09/23/nasi-lemak-truly-sucks-changi-village-food-centre-on-21sep2014/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-12
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Changi Village food centre has a few famous Nasi Lemak stalls that have its own loyal fans and followers. One of them is the Sri Sujana Nasi Lemak stall. Despite the fierce competition, the Nasi Lemak has the capability to mimic it’s strongest competitive position in the food centre. We are truly impressed with the rice that each grain carries a very nice and irresistible fragrance of coconut milk and pandan aroma that distinct from the rest, the rice is cooked to the right texture coupled with the well-prepared sambal chili, eggs, ikan billis with peanut and the mouth watering chicken wings making the Nasi Lemak extraordinarily flavourful.Visit www.ieatandeat.com for more food reviews! continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-04
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I've tried before the popular Mizzy Corner nasi lemak and also International nasi lemak, so I decided to try this stall this time round, which also had quite a long queue - I queued for around 15 mins. Got their nasi lemak with chicken wings - crispy and well marinated, better than that from Mizzy Corner; also had an egg and ikan bilis. Rice was also fragrant. A cheap and satisfying meal. continue reading
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