Blk 539 Bedok North Street 3, Singapore 460539 #01-619
$4 · Muslim Owned · Mixed Food Court · Beef · Lamb · Indonesian · Malay · Chicken · Seafood · Singaporean · Asian · Vegetarian
Monday: Closed Tuesday: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Wednesday: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Thursday: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Friday: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Saturday: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Sunday: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PMReport an error
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Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago
Passed by this Malay stall because the hawker centre is under renovation. Waited about 15 mins with 4 people in front of me. Ordered the nasi padang set, overall taste really authentic and serving is good for 2 small eaters
Rated 5.0/5.0 7 months ago
Introduced by the OG foodie in the family, my mum, I got to know about this stall. Both their Lontong and Nasi Rawon are really enjoyable. The sayur lodeh (spicy coconut-based gravy) of the former is aromatic and full of vegetables, plus it’s not too thick which can be “jelak”. It pairs really well with the compressed rice cakes. I consider their Nasi Rawon one of the best around. Besides being large in portion, the all-important beef and “buah keluak” gravy splashed over the rice is fragrant and generous with pieces of beautifully tender meat. So is the paru (beef lungs) which surprises me greatly because rarely if ever, does this organ come in such a cushiony-soft state. Equally eager to yield to the bite is thinly-sliced cuttlefish cooked in slightly sweet sambal. While chopped long beans provide some fresh crunch, the begedil (spiced mashed potato patty) scores above average in size and tastiness. Automatically included with the Nasi Rawon is a sambal belachan which is of sweat-will-break-out standard. If you love Malay food like I do, this stall is a must-visit.
Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago
The nasi rawon was really authentic and delicious! The queue is pretty long during peak periods so be prepared to wait!
Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago
Tried the nasi padang from this stall in a coffeeshop from Bedok North street 3 blk 539. Heard about this stall and have always wanted to give it a try. Went there to there to takeaway for lunch last Sunday. I was there around 1.30pm and there was already a long queue. There was at least 10 people Infront of me and I waited for almost 20mins before It was my turn to order. There was limited dishes by the time it was my turn to order. Selected a total of 4 dishes, stir fry cabbage, dadar telur, sambal fishcake with hotdog as well as the beef rendang and it cost me SGD$5.80 if I didn’t remember wrongly. For the portion and number of dishes, I think it was really very value for money. It would have easily cost more elsewhere. Food was hearty and delicious. I would recommend to go earlier as the popular dishes were snapped up pretty fast!
Rated 3.0/5.0 a year ago
I queued for around 20 minutes for food. The service speed could be improved, ie a better and faster system. There's quite a few varieties but food actually only taste slightly above average. Price is quite friendly and portion is quite big. Not worth queueing again IMO.
Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago
Went on a Sunday morning. Got myself Nasi Jenganan. Although the queue is like short, but per pax that was in the line was like ordering a few packets and that why the wait was quite long. I'm ok with the 30 minutes wait, cuz i really wanna know wats the hype. N truly i might say, its worth waiting... the portion they serve is so generous. The taste was superb. Its really a MUST try !!
Rated 2.0/5.0 4 months ago
I was looking for a good Nasi Rawan or a Nasi Padang place, and with the web, this place popped up. Good reviews all around, so I gave it a shot. I guess food is subjective at best, and one man’s meat can easily be another man’s poison. I say this because I joined a long queue of some 40mins before I got to place an order. That’s ok, and to be expected. I had plain white rice, with 4 items. Sayur lodeh, Bergedil, omelette, and sambal goreng. Ok. The Bergedil did it for me. It was crispy and flavourful. However, the omelette was bland and had eggshells in it. The sambal goreng was at best passable, and the lodeh broth was watery and flat. The rice clumped together, and looked like pudding in some places. To add insult to injury, I bit into something sharp and hard, when I ate the sambal goreng. Thank God I pulled it out while it was all mixed up with rice and the sambal in my mouth. It turned out to be a 2” metal wire. I was flabbergasted and wondered what would have happened had I swallowed it. Ok. Let’s be fair! The food ain’t half bad; it just wasn’t what I expected, especially with all the rave reviews it got. Afterall, you can’t blame a guy for raising his expectations when he reads such accolades about a makan place right? In all fairness, the man and the Makcik inside are really sweet and nice, and I’d give them 5 stars just for this, but the food was at best meh for me, and marred by that metal wire I found. I stopped there and then and put the rest of my meal away after the wire thingie. I gave the wire to the nice man serving, and he apologised and continued with his work. Will I be back here? Probably not:(
Rated 5.0/5.0 7 months ago
They sell Nasi Padang and Malay kuehs. If you miss your mom's delicious cooking you can come here! The food is on par as hajjah Maimunah. Downside is the queue can be annoying. At times I waited for 10mins but the longest is 1hr of queuing.
Rated 5.0/5.0 a week ago
Fantastic food! It felt so homely and the food rung with indulging nostalgia, not forgetting the amazing customer service too!🏽 Would definitely come back here again!