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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
$5 based on 56 submissions
Lunch (17 votes), Breakfast (15 votes), Dinner (13 votes)
Lepak With Yaops

Friendly service and good food

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/

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Nasi Lemak16 votes
  • chicken wings8 votes
  • Otah6 votes
  • basmati rice6 votes
  • chilli5 votes
  • Basmati Rice & Super Yummy Sambal Chilli3 votes
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18 Oct 2014 • 159 reviews • 6 followers

Friendly service and good food

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/
04 Aug 2014 • 224 reviews • 1 follower

Nice Nasi Lemak on 4Aug2014

See my full reviews & photos at =http://chefquak.com/2014/08/04/nasi-lemak-selara-rasa-stall-no2-adam-road-on-4aug2014/
went with son to his favourite nasi lemak at adam road food centre, selara rasa, on 4.8.2014. the sign proclaimed no.1 nasi lemak though the address was no.2 adam road. it’s a monday & stall no.1 was closed. at 11.30am the queue was the usual 10+ pax. the other day when i fetched son from airport on 18.7.2014, we came here slightly earlier just before 11am on a friday. no2 stall was closed then & no. 1 was open & there was no queue, but soon after us the queue grew to 10pax. my son said no.2 stall usually has the longer queue. selara rasa has a few creative touches. there is a Led ticker that says “self service” & “closed on friday” etc. the menus shows like fish meal, chicken meal, full house, royal flush & royal rumble. full house include chicken wing & ikan kuning, royal flush add-on begedil & royal rumble add on otak. anyway today there’s no fish so we ordered a chicken meal each & added another chicken wing each & my son added otak. having tried both stalls, my personal preference is for stall no.1. apart from what 1 reviewer identified – that stall no. 1 serves kacang, but not stall no.2, i discovered the reason i preferred stall no. 1 was (1) chicken wing batter for stall no.2 was too thick & crispy for my liking (2) stall no.2’s chilli was sweeter & less spicy than stall no. 2. those however were the reasons my son prefer stall no. 1, so this a very subjective personal preference. also for me, ikan kuning is a key item i want in my nasi lemak, so no fish, no thrill. lol.
09 Jun 2014 • 20 reviews • 1 follower

Simply shiok!!!

Being nasi lemak lovers, we had to give this a try and loved it! Everything was fried nicely, with a crispy chicken wing, runny yolk and thick otah. The rice was long grained and fragrant, coupled with a spicy sambal and crispy ikan bilis. All for $5. Very good value for money and we will be going back very soon. For more details and pictures, pls visit: http://weelovefood.blogspot.sg/2014/06/adam-road-nasi-lemak-simply-shiok.html :)
03 Jul 2013 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

not bad

this is my go to stall for nasi lemak. standard has been quite reliable over the years, rice is fragrant and chicken wing/fish/otah etc are good.
02 Jul 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Head and Shoulders

Amisdt the hundreds of Nasi Lemak stall in Singapore, Selara Rasa stands head and shoulders amongst the best of them. There are many factors that would contribute to a good nasi lemak and Selara fulfils them all. - The rice is cooked just nice with the coconut milk not overpowering or clumping the rice together.
- The ikan bilis is cripsy and not too salty or flaky.
- The chicken wing (when freshly fried) is crisp on the outside and succulent inside. 
- Most important would be the sambal chilly sauce which taste just excellent when eaten with the rice alone or when applied so sparingly onto the chicken wings. 

Taste is a subjective matter and there are certainly a few other wonderful nasi lemak stalls in Singapore that taste really good as well. In my humble opinion, Selara just manage to impress just that bit better than them.