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Nurul Delight @ Bukit Batok Street 21

217 Bukit Batok Street 21, Singapore 650217 #01-365

$5 · Muslim Owned · Mixed Food Court · BBQ · Seafood · Singaporean · Chicken · Asian · Malay · Vegetarian · Lamb · Beef · Indonesian

Monday: Closed Tuesday: Closed Wednesday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM Thursday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM Friday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM Saturday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM Sunday: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM

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RY Tan

Rated 5.0/5.0 5 months ago

Cheap nasi lemak, tasty too. The aunties were friendly to everyone in the queue when I was there. Note, there is no ikan bilis or groundnuts added to keep costs low I guess. Do not expect perfection from a plate of nasi lemak that costs $2.50 and you won't be disappointed. That being said, to the picky lot, make your own nasi lemak. 🤣

Dean Loh

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago

Always enjoyed their signature $2.50 Nasi Lemak. The portion no doubt smaller than the others, but frankly, I don't need a lot to fill my stomach especially in the morning, so the affordable price strategy works like a charm!

Chongy Lin

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

Definitely 1 of the food to buy.. The never ending queues on a weekend proves its delicious-ness.. Price of the nasi lemak is also very attractive.. where to get $2.50 chicken wing with slices of egg omelette nasi lemak nowadays. Do note they are closed on Tues... Go try..

Putri Dian (Yuslan&Dian_family)

Rated 1.0/5.0 5 months ago

Very bad experience, que this morning for 10 mins, reach to order for nasi lemak , only then inform by the old makcik , nasi lemak not ready ,guessing must be really hard to put a simple sign on counter so people dont que. Worst of all , i went to order coffee, another guy came behind me with Nasi lemak. What the hell!!!! And it was 750 am. Operating hours ,7 am to 8 pm

L L

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 years ago

Cheap and good nasi lemak that only cost $2.50! Chicken is very crispy, sambal is awesome and rice is very lemak. Remember to ask for extra fried crumbs!

umake mehungry

Rated 4.0/5.0 6 months ago

I first know of Nurul Delights Nasi Lemak when i friend introduce their stall at Blk 413 Bukit Batok. After knowing that they have opened up another stall at Blk 217 Bukit Batok, I was quite happy to grab my meal here as I prefer their friendliness rendered here. The Nasi Lemak is one of the popular dishes that many of us in the queue would order. The standard plate comes with egg and fried chicken wings topped with a slice of a cucumber and some chilli with their fragrant white rice. To be honest, the chilli was addictive with its sweet spicy tasting and usually, we will order more items on our plate. Nasi Lemak - $3 Here's the topping up of the regular plate of Nasi Lemak with 2 Nuggets. Nasi Lemak with Nuggets - $3.50 Before it gets sold out, I have to order their Fish Fillet, Bagedil and chicken wings, topping up my meal! Not the best in the Western Part of Singapore that I have eaten but it's considered decent. The chicken stock and shredded chicken were tasty with fried shallots lifting its taste. Mee Soto - $3 Another standard item to order will be none other than the Mee Rebus dish. The taste was decent with simple ingredients like fried onions, cut Tau Pok and Beansprouts. We are not used to the use of raw beansprouts so will like to skip that if possible. The staples of the neighbourhood Muslim Food Stall besides Mee Soto and Mee Rebus will be none other than their Lontong. The Lontong was fragrant and the portion was generous. The gravy was light but flavourful. Vegetables, Tau Gua and Rice Cake were part of the ingredients. Although this stall was located at an obscure corner of the coffee shop, Nurl Delight does have its regular flow of customers. Do prepare to join the queue too.

Razak Yusoff

Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago

One of the best nasi lemak in the business. Unbeatable price of $3 (used to be $2.50). Highly recommended. Please open another stall in west coast!! 😋

Erika Narumi

Rated 5.0/5.0 8 months ago

Ordered the nasi lemak and the rice was light, fluffy, and very lemak! Definitely one of the best nasi lemak rice out there. At $2.50 for the chicken set, it came with rice, 1 chicken wing, 1 omelette and sambal. The meal was DELICIOUS!!! Do come by 12pm as the stall closes at 2pm.

Bryan Wang

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

Tasty nasi lemak, rice is fragrant but not too heavy. The chicken wings were superb.

Fernando Zrzr

Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago

Rice is lemak! Chicken wing crispy and juicy! And only for $3, its really worth it 👍 chili also good spice 🔥

Ong Kianpeng

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

I try two times of the nasi lemak blk 217 food was nice and chicken wing crspiy 3 dollar i can get a meal hope to try more on the menu marks give 5 star Strongly recommend to friends

Ong Kianpeng

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

I try two times of the nasi lemak blk 217 food was nice and chicken wing crspiy 3 dollar i can get a meal hope to try more on the menu marks give 5 star Strongly recommend to friends

Kn TT

Rated 3.0/5.0 3 months ago

Cheap and good nasi lemak and fried chicken if u are willing to wait, as in really WAIT. The queue can get rather long and the service is super duper slow. Again, food is good though. :)

Zul Zul

Rated 1.0/5.0 3 months ago

Today has been the 4th time I patronized the stall. Twice served by a shorter Malay lady and twice (including today) served by a taller Malay lady. Experience in short, they (especially the taller Malay lady) are unfriendly bordering hostile and seem to be forced to work. Essentially customer EQ is a big zero. If you feel like you want to be talked down by stall workers/sellers, this is one place you are guaranteed to get that. Another thing that I like to comment regarding these hijab-wearing ladies (including a thin Malay lady who is always seen cooking and washing at the rear of the stall) is that (from today's observation) they tend to mock their customers after the customers left. It doesn't sit well with my impression of Muslimah, but hey, they are living up to their makcik-bawang stereotype. It is a reflection of their upbringing, family background and their life values. Best of luck to them and the owner of the stall. I don't wish for anyone else to experience the hostility that I had experienced. I made repeat visits to the stall to give them the benefit of the doubt with the thought that they were having a bad day or were too tired on each of the past visit. But today's experience seals the conclusion.