Recommended nasi lemak in Yishun, we headed down and gave Madas Nasi Lemak a taste. Let’s find out how it faired on our non fussy taste buds.
Let’s break them down by each item.
Chili was slightly dilute and quite sweet, not spicy at all but goes really well with the rice. Rice was extremely lacking in terms of coconut taste, and was slightly on the mushy side.
Despite the lack of coconut flavour, their secret lies in their hae bee hiam (spicy dried shrimp) powder. It elevated the fragrance of the rice and provided the flavour that was lacking. Unique and tasty.
Chicken wing was crispy on the outside with subtle taste of turmeric, tender and juicy on the inside.
Ikan bilis and roasted peanuts were crunchy and salty, providing the next elevated taste to the whole dish.
Otah was creamy and had bits of fish, fulfilling the needed texture and taste any otah should have.
$3.50 for the set we got and $1.20 for the delicious otah, Madas Nasi Lemak is definitely one nasi lemak in Yishun we will recommend. ^^
|Monday||8am – 2pm|
|Wednesday||8am – 2pm|
|Thursday||8am – 2pm|
|Friday||8am – 2pm|
|Saturday||8am – 2pm|
|Sunday||8am – 2pm|
233 Yishun Street 21, Choh Dee Place Coffeeshop, Singapore 760233