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Post by Cuchu » Thu, 20 Apr 2006 9:05 am

Know a good one here by any chance?

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Post by Di_choc » Thu, 20 Apr 2006 1:36 pm

Hi,

U can chk out Gurame @ Marine Cove & Pagi Sore @ Far East Sq.

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Post by Rose_YG » Thu, 20 Apr 2006 4:08 pm

The ones that are reasonably nice would be : Tambuah Mas Indonesian Restaurant and The Rice Table.

However if you have the chance and want to try 'The best nasi padang' (malay cuisine) go to the shop at Zion road.It is situated beside the hawker centre and opposite Great World City.They have variety of dishes and their food is just fantastic.

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Post by dot dot dot » Thu, 20 Apr 2006 8:01 pm

It's called Nasi Padang River Valley, it's on 55 Zion Rd. 8-)

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Post by Di_choc » Fri, 21 Apr 2006 3:22 pm

the one at Zion Rd is good. Juz went there flor lunch tis afternoon.. yummy yummy...

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Post by babykasim » Fri, 21 Apr 2006 3:50 pm

if you love nasi padang, then you guys should try Sinar Pagi at Circular Road - simply yummy!

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Post by Wham » Sat, 22 Apr 2006 8:31 pm

ERIC - Agree 100% - River Valley Nasi Padang is THE place to go. There may be others out there - but this place is always good, the price is right, and you are one small notch above a hawker stall.
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Post by earthfriendly » Fri, 28 Apr 2006 3:32 am

I second The Rice Table. You get to sample 20 dishes for one price. Food is quite yum-yum.

Many Malay hawker stalls where you get to pick and choose the items to go the rice have been good in my experience.

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Post by ping_timeout » Fri, 05 May 2006 7:43 pm

My favourite has been "Warong Nasi Pariaman" at corner of Kandahar Street and North Bridge. YUMMY. Try their curry gravy, ayam panggang.

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Post by Global Citizen » Sat, 06 May 2006 9:05 am

ping_timeout wrote:My favourite has been "Warong Nasi Pariaman" at corner of Kandahar Street and North Bridge. YUMMY. Try their curry gravy, ayam panggang.
God I can hardly wait to tuck into all this wonderful food as I've read of this place several times. I am salivating at the thought as I write this.
If I were to take the MRT which stop would I alight at?


I was also wondering if anyone knows if Scan Nasi Janggot is still in existence. I read that it used to be located somwhere along the East Coat. Anyone?

Thanks.
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Post by tiki » Sat, 06 May 2006 11:23 am

Sometimes gems can be found not as a stand alone restaurant but tucked in coffeeshops.

Lorong2 Toa Payoh Blk125, there is a coffeeshop and within it's confines, a stall named Rose Nasi Padang. No frills...just fills.

Situated approximately right dead centre between the Toa Payoh MRT and Braddell MRT stations, it's convenient location is a plus. Queues are knwon to form just before lunch time and most of the good stuff run out by end of lunch. Give it a shot...

Die die must try!

PS The post(er) will not bear any liability nor be responsible in the case of choking whilst trying to gorge down all the delicious dishes. Neither is he employed nor paid by any individuals or organisations associated with the mentioned stall. This is not a paid advertisement.


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Post by Rose_YG » Sun, 07 May 2006 8:25 pm

tiki wrote:Sometimes gems can be found not as a stand alone restaurant but tucked in coffeeshops.

Lorong2 Toa Payoh Blk125, there is a coffeeshop and within it's confines, a stall named Rose Nasi Padang. No frills...just fills.

Situated approximately right dead centre between the Toa Payoh MRT and Braddell MRT stations, it's convenient location is a plus. Queues are knwon to form just before lunch time and most of the good stuff run out by end of lunch. Give it a shot...

Die die must try!

PS The post(er) will not bear any liability nor be responsible in the case of choking whilst trying to gorge down all the delicious dishes. Neither is he employed nor paid by any individuals or organisations associated with the mentioned stall. This is not a paid advertisement.


..or you could hop on down to Kandahar Street and the like.

Wish that i have a stall too.... Unfortunately that name has been taken up!


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