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Ponggol Nasi Lemak (Jalan Besar)

Asian, Chinese, Local

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5 votes

Daily: 17:00 - 02:00

$6 based on 4 reviews
One of the most popular nasi lemak stalls in Singapore, Ponggol Nasi Lemak is famous for the large variety of side dishes it serves. Now serving everyone here at Jalan Besar, Ponggol Nasi Lemak strives to fulfill everyone's craving for the city's most favourite food, Nasi Lemak. See what foodies like this place for
Dansen Teow • 08 Sep 20146 reviews 0 followers

I've been a regular at Kovan outlet for years and I must say they certainly did a great job maintaining their standard across every outlets. My 6yrs old love it and when I tried to con him into believing a pkt I tapao frm another stall is Ponggol, he freaked out and said thats not the Nasi Lemak he wants! Faint!!!
 
In fact I somehow finds that this new outlet did better in some areas. For whatever reason the...

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Dansen Teow • 08 Sep 20146 reviews 0 followers

I've been a regular at Kovan outlet for years and I must say they certainly did a great job maintaining their standard across every outlets. My 6yrs old love it and when I tried to con him into believing a pkt I tapao frm another stall is Ponggol, he freaked out and said thats not the Nasi Lemak he wants! Faint!!!
 
In fact I somehow finds that this new outlet did better in some areas. For whatever reason the...

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YellowHorse • 05 Sep 201415 reviews 0 followers

IT IS LOUSY!
After reading the first review on this place, i paid a visit last week and it was a big mistake. To make matter worse, parking is scarce, i paid $11.80 for 2 packets of lousy Nasi Lemak.
RICE is dry. EGG is hard and tasteless. CHICKEN WING far from normal standard. Otah and Luncheon meat is so so abit on the thin side.

Please, if u love your food and crave for Nasi Lemak, do not waste your calories intake and money on this expensive and lack standard restaurant.

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Celine Asril • 07 May 2014288 reviews 10 followers

Despite being taken aback by its fast food-style set-up - reminded us of KFC - we couldn't just have set 2 (crisp chicken wing, runny-centred egg and sweet, crunchy ikan bilis, $4.80) - we added on the slightly spicy otah ($1.50), fish ($1.50), plump lady's fingers ($1.10), brinjal with dried shrimp ($1.10) and long beans ($1.10). The vegetables were very well done, though we wish the sambal was less sweet. If the first floor is filled up, there are more seats on the second floor.

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