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Nasi Padang

Post by Gone Asiatic » Wed, 09 Aug 2006 10:21 am

It`s been a few years since I was last in Singapore, but I may get an opportunity to visit soon. I remember there was an excellent Nasi Padang restaurant on Jalan Pisang (near Sultan Mosque) called the Hjh Mainumah. Is it still there? Their website is no longer up.

Near Tanjong Pagar station was another Nasi Padang restaurant called Lake Toba.

Does anyone like Nasi Padang cuisine? What`s your favorite restaurant/warung?

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Post by Mr Q » Thu, 10 Aug 2006 9:14 am

If you want the real deal, i.e. good Indonesian food, have a look at the

Calling for Indonesian Members thread

Most of them are listed there

http://www.singaporeexpats.com/forum/ft ... c-450.html

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Post by babykasim » Thu, 10 Aug 2006 9:34 am

i believe nasi padang hj. maimunah is still there.
you should try nasi padang sinar pagi @circular road though, better ;)

yeah - the IGC likes eating a lot and have events in search of Indonesian food in Singapore, feel free to join as the I also stands for International :cool:

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Post by Alfalfa » Thu, 10 Aug 2006 10:25 am

Hi folks..

Go to Eunos Cresent hawker center..."asam paya" is the shop name.. good decent malay nasi padang at reasonable prices too..

The rendang is the best..and you can get nasi rawon and nasi jeganan as well....if you know what I am talking about that is... :roll:
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Post by Mr Q » Fri, 11 Aug 2006 9:08 am

Alfalfa wrote:Go to Eunos Cresent hawker center..."asam paya" is the shop name
Was having a look at the directory
http://./asia_tra ... vel_site=1

Since I'm not familiar with the place, would appreciate it if you'll let us know at which block is the "asam paya" shop located.

Thanks

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