11 & 15 Jalan Pisang Singapore 199078
$5 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · Malay · Seafood · Chicken · Beverages · Indonesian
Monday: 7:30 am – 6:30 pm Tuesday: 7:30 am – 6:30 pm Wednesday: 7:30 am – 6:30 pm Thursday: 7:30 am – 6:30 pm Friday: 7:30 am – 6:30 pm Saturday: 7:30 am – 6:30 pm Sunday: Closed
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Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago
Most Singaporeans would be familiar with the famed @hjhmaimunahrestaurant so it's a wonder it took me so long to come and try. And we were not disappointed by the sweet, spicy, savoury goodness in each plate. The rice served was dry by choice because you'll need a very dry vessel to soak up all the sauces for maximum flavour
Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago
Came here because of Michelin star. Chicken and prawn are very tasty. Black sauce on the chicken flavor and make the meat not too dry. If rice is softer it will be perfect. Price is acceptable, with drink is S$11 in total. Not too many seats, but turn quite fast, then it is not a problem eating there.
Rated 3.0/5.0 11 months ago
Over in the Jalan Sultan area and just a short distance from the Sultan Mosque is the well-known Nasi Padang Restaurant, Hjh Maimunah Restaurant and Catering. This restaurant is also a multi year winner of the Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore Award. Having heard great things from a friend about this restaurant, a decision was made to visit on a Saturday morning to sample the food offerings. On arrival, one should first find a seat at the ground floor or second floor. After that one joins the queue and it took a while before one finally entered the restaurant to order one's dishes. Both Dine In and Takeaway uses the same queue, so please don't think of jumping ahead if getting takeaway only. The food are all displayed on shelves behind a hygiene partition. The prices for the food options are on the display panel on the wall behind the food shelves. One first informs the staff if they are dining in (eating here) or taking away (Dabao/Bungkus/Packet). Then one points to the items one wants and the staff will place the food onto the plate or into the takeaway box. The staff will then hand over one's order where one then proceeded to make payment. If one is in need of assistance, a staff will help to carry the food to one's table. Found the food mostly acceptable, not fantastic but not bad either. The rice was a little too dry and didn't absorb the sauces or gravy from the food well as most of the food had little to no gravy. The best food option is the Tahu Telor with its nicely Fried egg with Tofu and the sauce was really yummy with a good mix of savoury and sweet. This paired really well with the rice as the rice helped to balance out the sauce flavour. Ordered some desserts but the Rainbow Kueh Lapis had layers that crumbled instead of being stretchy and not easily peeled, while the Pandan Kueh Salat had a really yummy pandan custard but the glutinous rice still had some uncooked grains within. The meal was overall acceptable and it is great to see a Nasi Padang stall get on the Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore Award. However, it is good for a visit to try but unlikely for a return visit General Verdict: A good Nasi Padang restaurant with yummy ingredients that is a little pricier than most but avoid the dessert items Opening Hours: Daily 7:30am-7:30pm (Closed on Sundays) Queue Situation: About 15 mins to 30 mins Price: SG$6 upwards Payment Mode: Cash and Visa/Mastercard/AMEX Credit Cards (Physical and Paywave) Is this worth a try? Probably Is it worth making a trip just to try it? Only if you are in the vicinity Is this worthy of the Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore Award? Unsure Items Ordered: 1) Item: Nasi Padang (Mixed Rice) - Rice with Mixed Vegetables and Ingredients Description: The different ingredients were acceptable without being too savoury. The rice was a little dry as the ingredients didn't have much sauce. The chilli was spicy and yummy at the same time Verdict: Good, Can Order Price: SG$6.80 (Varies according to food selection) 2) Item: Tahu Telor Jakarta - Fried tofu with egg, Jakarta style Description: Great tasting tofu and Egg dish that had a savoury and yummy sauce, which may need some rice to balance the flavour as some may find the sauce a little string Verdict: Very Good, Must Order Price: SG$7 3) Item: Rainbow Kueh Lapis - Rainbow coloured layered cake Description: The Rainbow Kueh Lapis didn't have much flavour and the layers were too stiff, crumbling while being separated Verdict: Rainbow Kueh Lapis - Fail, Don't Waste Time Price: SG$0.90 4) Item: Pandan Kueh Salat - Pandan Custard on Glutinous Rice Cake Description: The Pandan Kueh Salat had a really yummy custard top but the Glutinous Rice was not cooked thoroughly resulting in some hard grains in the rice layer Verdict: Pandan Kueh Salat - Acceptable, Order only if you want to try Price: SG$0.90
Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago
My husband's first visit here and he had only good things to say about the taste of the food. He is not a local, so not used to eating Malay dishes but he totally enjoyed savouring all of these dishes. From the ayam bakar, Asam pedas, gulai ayam curry and bagedil, he gave them the thumbs up. I felt the rendang and sambal goreng used to taste much much flavourful until 3 years ago. The kangkong stir fry was served cold but otherwise their food is delicious. The rice was a little undercooked though.
Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago
Needless to say, when you want to eat Nasi Padang here is the place I would recommend. Bring friends so you can try more dishes. Ordered 2 sets of each dish for 8pax with lime juice, roughly around $120. Didn’t order the tahu telor today, which is a must try.
20 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427357 #01-02