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All Good Gourmet @ NEX Shopping Mall

23 Serangoon Central, Nex Shopping Mall, Singapore 556083 #B2-49

9029 1938

$4 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · Asian · Beverages · Chicken · Vegetarian · Singaporean · Indonesian

Monday: 6:30 AM – 9:00 PM Tuesday: 6:30 AM – 12:00 AM Wednesday: 6:30 AM – 9:00 PM Thursday: 6:30 AM – 9:00 PM Friday: 6:30 AM – 9:00 PM Saturday: 6:30 AM – 9:00 PM Sunday: 6:30 AM – 9:00 PM

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Baba Mahathirsha

Rated 1.0/5.0 a year ago

They are the so called Forex allgood gourmet because their food prices fluctuates every minute. As you see on the pictures the vege french beans and the meat beef cubes, i could count them and i was charged at $8 for those portions, 3 items i would have not been disappointed if the portion was reasonable and this is not the first time. You will be charged according to their mood as my colleague bought after me he was charged $8.60 for the same meat and a vege, 2 items only. i understand its located in the mall so its pricey but that's not the matter. The matter is they dont have a fixed priced and a reasonable portion. $8 u can have better food in the same mall.


Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

First time trying. Got the lemon chicken, gravy, two different veg dishes and one begedil with white rice. Total was $8. Slightly pricey but the auntie was generous with the portion sizing. Food was decent too, shop location is very convenient. Usually v hard to find these kind of food in a mall. Would rec trying

Kraken Productions

Rated 1.0/5.0 4 weeks ago

There have great catching cheap offers at the entrance's door, then you get in with confident, but when order rice, plus chicken curry, some green beans and a piece of omelette for two people you get a $15 overpriced bill. I would accept it if the food was great but on the other hand food was basic, tasteless, like jail food. Old hard chicken, poor cheap curry, etc.

Kiawoon Chua

Rated 1.0/5.0 3 months ago

Went past 8pm. Service was poor- there were 3 aunties behind the counter who ignored me and another lady queuing. Aunty who took my order was snappy and fierce. Ordered fried noodles, sambal egg and Ilan Billie with petai beans.. for $6.50. Shocked at the price. Didn’t dare to ask for price breakdown cos aunty too fierce. Taste wise it’s average and too salty. Definitely not worth $6.50 and getting snapped at. I ate it about 10 mins after I bought the food and it was already lukewarm. There’s lots of other better food options at Nex, don’t eat here.

Ju J

Rated 4.0/5.0 9 months ago

Tasty Sambal Sotong with TomYum leaves, tauhu tempeh is nice too. Good tasty muslim food however price is but steep. Insta ju.rine


Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago

It serves good, tasty Malay food. The prices are great if you order set meals. These are shown prominently on the wall but there are people who dont look. However, if you order alacarte, be prepared to pay a lot more. Also, the service standard varies from day to day. The ladies can get very clunky and quarrelsome. I go there almost weekly and have gotten used to it.

Glen Law

Rated 1.0/5.0 3 months ago

Their nasi lemak prices seems cheap but don't be deceived by it. Ordered bee hoon with brinjal, wing beans and chicken cutlet. It costs $9. Reasonable or not you judge for yourself.

Little Owl

Rated 3.0/5.0 a month ago

Food is nice, many choices. A small eatery in Nex for a quick meal. Prices are on the high side maybe it's because of labour and rental issue.

ms tanlm

Rated 4.0/5.0 a week ago

Food prices are stated above on a board. Quite reasonable and food is tasty. Portion is sufficient too. Is not a restaurant so don't expect great customer service. I like how they are fast - you order, you get your food, pay and go. The tea aunty makes good teh-c!

Mohamed Aslam

Rated 4.0/5.0 7 months ago

A very cheap and affordable price for the food they serve. It is very rarely seen outside due to inflation in the prices. $2.90 for a nasi lemak set, simply worth it, even if the chicken is a little smaller than outside, with no ikan bilis. The staff could be trained more, as they didn't understand my request much tho. The atmosphere is nice, but the slots available to eat in-stall are not large. You have to go outside to eat if u want to eat slowly without a stuffy atmosphere. All in all, 4/5 stars is worth it.

Doreen Luah

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

First visit on 12 Sept 2023. Bought the Mackerel Fish Set that includes nasi lemak rice, cabbage, egg and a piece of fried mackerel fish ($5.50) but I add on Ikan Bills with Petai (+$3) so total cost is $8.50. The staff serving me is quite impatient but I don’t mind. The atmosphere to dine-in is fine only if you don’t mind customers ordering from the stall assistant as they will be ordering their food behind your back whereby you’re seated down to eat your food. Overall, I find their food quite nice and worth the price.

Pak Soon Lau

Rated 3.0/5.0 4 months ago

If you are looking for a budget meal, this would be a good spot. The nasi lemak set here costs only SGD2.90. But if you select your food ala carte then it will cost you a lot more. Pretty crowded during lunch time and there are limited number of seats. Food wise, the taste is average. But in the hot season, this is one budget option in an air-conditioned mall.

chan kim fu

Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

Good place for fast bite, you can go for fried beehoon 1.5sgd, and other fried noodles/rice for 2.5 sgd, coffee drinks here is 1.5sgd for hot 2 sgd for ice. I take briyani with curry chicken drumstick and curry mutton 13.5sgd is fair price for me and the taste is good for me.


Rated 2.0/5.0 3 months ago

Cant believe this will cost me $6, thoughts theres typo. Food is nice to be honest but the price is killer. Unless you just buy normal sets then it still alright. Honestly, may not be back for it as there are other choices within the mall.

Pattern Screamer

Rated 1.0/5.0 3 months ago

the chicken is so raw even a vet student could still save him jokes aside, they didn't even bother to take a look when i told them it was uncooked. I asked for a refund but got refused and instead they offered me a new plate of food worthy of that one single chicken leg lol. perhaps they didn't know what food contamination is? i don't think so. tldr; dont eat here. you could get sick.


Rated 1.0/5.0 2 months ago

Fried rice with beef rendang $7.60. When asked how how much the fried rice, she say $2.50, cos hv fish cake, blablabla. There's none, they dont even know what they selling. With this price, might as well eat at an aunthentic nasi padang in Geylang. #rippedoff

Feliyx Yang

Rated 1.0/5.0 3 months ago

So… $10.10 for a beehoon + 3 sides (1 squid, 1 brinjal, 1 omelette) + didn’t give chilli (quoted 10 cents for chilli so I paid for nothing) in a standard cai png styrofoam packet in a Malay cai png place: worth it? You decide… but I’ll never go back again. :) Edit in response to the owner: Gee thanks for the (late) update! Would be astonishingly helpful (for both parties) if these prices were to be listed on your menu too! BTW the 10 cents was charged for the CHILLI, and that lady said it to me TWICE (10 cents for chilli) because I told her I wanted chilli. I did not hear anything about the box - again I asked for the receipt (which you can see in the photo that indicated nothing except for the price) specifically because I wanted to know how were the items charged then in-store, not after an unpleasant review on your eatery. And no thanks for your suggestion - because there’s no next time. Glad to know you are seeing this though!