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“Qiji” meant miracle in Mandarin, it was currently a famous brand which stand out in Singapore eatery chain. Fast food concept, customers were required to queue and buy the food in self service basis. Would recommend to Malay friends, it obtained Halal Cert as well.Ordered their Nasi Lemak, the basic rice tasted nice with fragrant of Pandan and Coconut milk. Two slices of yellowish eggs were laid on top, Chicken Wings, Otak-otak, Ikan bilis were well-accompanied entire. The portion given was hug
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“Qiji” meant miracle in Mandarin, it was currently a famous brand which stand out in Singapore eatery chain. Fast food concept, customers were required to queue and buy the food in self service basis. Would recommend to Malay friends, it obtained Halal Cert as well.
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Ordered their Nasi Lemak, the basic rice tasted nice with fragrant of Pandan and Coconut milk. Two slices of yellowish eggs were laid on top, Chicken Wings, Otak-otak, Ikan bilis were well-accompanied entire. The portion given was huge, sufficient and filling. Personally liked marinated-crisp chicken, the wing was salty yet not oily at all. Reasonably priced at $4.20, the plate was a succulent lunch.
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Date of Visit
2013-12-27
Spending Per Head
$4 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Nasi Lemak