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Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak

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Located at Adam Road Food Centre, Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak specialises in halal rice dishes and fried chicken wings.

Daily: 07:00 - 22:00

+65 98434509
$20 based on 59 submissions
Lunch (18 votes), Breakfast (17 votes), After Work (14 votes)
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Now you don't have to queue up for your favorite Adam Road Nasi Lemak. Check out it's website - www.selerarasa.com and get FREE delivery when you order thru the website. Easy and reliable booking. You can pick it up or delivered to your location.

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• 07 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Nasi Lemak website to order online

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Now you don't have to queue up for your favorite Adam Road Nasi Lemak. Check out it's website - www.selerarasa.com and get FREE delivery when you order thru the website. Easy and reliable booking. You can pick it up or delivered to your location.
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• 16 Apr 2015 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

Good Nasi Lemak at Adam Road Food Centre!

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This stall is an institution at the Adam Road Food Centre. I came here for breakfast and it had a long queue of people waiting to place their order. It took about 10 mins to get to the front of the queue and then I realised that the people in front had placed many orders to go.   They are open from daily, from 7am – 5pm, except for Fridays.   Parking is convenient with many open air carpark lots around the food centre.   This stall has a long list of awards garnered over the years.   The stall gives their nasi lemak sets interesting names, such as: - Flash meal: Most basic meal, with ikan bilis, sunny side up egg, rice, cucumber and sambal belachan. - Fish meal: Fish meat with and 2 fried pieces of fried tamban fish - Otak Meal: Fish meal with a piece of otah - Chicken Wing Meal: Fish meal with a fried chicken wing - Full House: Chicken Wing Meal with a piece of otah - Royal Flush: Fish meal with fried chicken wing, a piece of otah and a potato bergedil (potato patty) - Royal Rumble: Royal flush with fried tamban fish   I ordered the Full House meal, which came with ikan bilis, sunny side up egg, rice, cucumber and sambal belachan, fried chicken wing and a piece of otah.   The stall uses Basmati rice for their nasi lemak. The rice is nice and fragrant. It pairs well with the sambal belachan. The sambal belachan taste sweet in the beginning and the spiciness came after.   The chicken wing’s batter is a little thick, and I would prefer it to be thinner. The chicken wing is alright. Ikan bilis portion is sufficient for my whole meal. Cucumber is a little bitter.   I also ordered two packets for my colleagues and they enjoyed their meals.   Overall, an OK meal.   Try it!
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• 18 Oct 2014 • 216 reviews • 5 followers

Friendly service and good food

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Definitely one of the places for Nasi Lemak if you are around the corner!

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/selera-rasa-nasi-lemak-award-winning-food-at-adam-food-centre/
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