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Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak (Boon Lay)

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Located in Boon Lay Place Market and Food Centre on Boon Lay Place, this stall is famous for their nasi lemak.

Daily: 17:00 - 02:00

$4 based on 63 submissions
Supper (8 votes), After Work (7 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (7 votes)
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Best When Served Hot!

And very much so because of the high traffic and crowd. It's a chicken and egg thingy. You have your huge following, the food turn over is fast, you sell off the nice hot chicken wings in a flash together with other munchies. Of course, the pre-requisite is a must, that the food quality is reasonable. It may not be the best Nasi Lemak that I have had, but it's a decently good choice, coupled by the fact that it's an integral part of the supper culture in the West.

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06 Feb 2015 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

Best When Served Hot!

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And very much so because of the high traffic and crowd. It's a chicken and egg thingy. You have your huge following, the food turn over is fast, you sell off the nice hot chicken wings in a flash together with other munchies. Of course, the pre-requisite is a must, that the food quality is reasonable. It may not be the best Nasi Lemak that I have had, but it's a decently good choice, coupled by the fact that it's an integral part of the supper culture in the West.
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31 Jan 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Long Queue

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If you're not living in the West, don't bother. It's not worth all the journey there as there are good nasi lemak everywhere in Singapore. I was here on a weekend evening. At around 6 pm, there was already a rather long queue (compared to the other stalls). It is pretty cheap and affordable with the chicken set priced at $3. $1 for the otah which I felt was good. Many people raved about the chilli, but I didn't like it. I found it more sweet than spicy.
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28 Jan 2015 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

On a budget for lunch?

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For $7, you could practically gorge yourself crazy here with GOOD food!
The Nasi Lemak is amazing! Brought here by a colleague during lunch (everyone was one a tight budget cos it was month end!), and we have branded it our place now.

For a full plate laden with meats, egg, ikan bilis and rice, top off with drinks. It only cost us on average a $7 per person! How is that for value!!!
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21 Jan 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Nasi Lemak not to be missed!

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At $2.50, it is definitely cheap and good! Traditional nasi lemak flavour and ingredients. Chilli sambal is also very good and isn't too sweet. Service is ok considering the long queue. Overall worth going back again!
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10 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Over priced and lousy

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Over priced and over hyped,nothing special. Not an honest person my fren when there and overcharged him e.g. chicken wing, eggs and fish cake= $4.00? eat gold?
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