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Their Nasi Lemak come in sets - one may choose between having chicken wings, fish fillet, ikan bilis etc, and is priced between SGD$4-$5.50 a set. For the portion and ingredients, it is very much value for money. The fragrant green rice (cooked with pandan and coconut) is tasty and the flavor is good; the ingredients taste good albeit their sinful nature as well. The chilli is good - there is enough punch but not too spicy.Besides that, their Popiah (spring roll) is fabulous well, especially the
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Their Nasi Lemak come in sets - one may choose between having chicken wings, fish fillet, ikan bilis etc, and is priced between SGD$4-$5.50 a set. For the portion and ingredients, it is very much value for money. The fragrant green rice (cooked with pandan and coconut) is tasty and the flavor is good; the ingredients taste good albeit their sinful nature as well. The chilli is good - there is enough punch but not too spicy.
Nasi Lemak
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Besides that, their Popiah (spring roll) is fabulous well, especially the ones with shrimps. There is a little hint of spiciness amongst the generous portion of chopped shrimps, egg and turnip. The Mee Siam (Malay spicy vermicelli) is delicious as well, filled with the right bursts of spicy and sour overtures.

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Dine In
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$8 (Lunch)
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Nasi Lemak
$ 5
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