Mon - Sat: 07:30 - 15:00
Closed: Sun & PH
Warong Nasi Pariaman serves a range of authentic padang dishes hailing from West Sumatra and is probably the oldest surviving nasi padang stall here in SIngapore.
Well stumbled upon this place during my visit to Singapore in all my earlier visits over 7 in last 10 years, this is the best place i have stumbled upon. I am a lover of food courts and always land up at different food courts searching for Halal options.
Nevertheless to cut the story short or may be long, I finished my Friday prayers at Sultan Mosque and was loitering around looking for food and asked someone outside the mosque which is the best place he recommends and he guided me there with a caveat the food will be sold out and to my bad luck most of the stuff was sold out so i just ended up having rice with mutton curry.
Then a lady by the name of Siti gave me her card and asked me to call her up and confirm my order before coming and the very next day, i called her up and ordered, Fish, Lamb, Beef and Chicken dishes and went there by 11.30 AM and that was the best meal i had during my visit in Singapore.
I would definitely recommend this place to anyone who wants to treat himself with a scrumptous local meal.
I have been eating there for almost 18 years and today was my 1st visit after they moved back to their original place. Food are not placed in a big metal bowl anymore, it has become so commercial....
The food are ok... last time much better... and the sambal suddenly become so sweet... is it because of Ramadan? I do not know.
Staffs are listless, no smile, even to an old customer like me. It is sad that it has succumbed to $$$$ 1st rather than good food and services.
I have been patronising this stall for many years and its always the place for me to get my nasi padang fix.
I had a craving recently and got my colleague interested, so we headed down for a meal.
We ordered the following items:
- Beef Rendang: This came 5 minutes after the rest of our food arrived, as it was just cooked! Nice thick chunks of beef. The rendang sauce is really god, perfect with plain rice!
- Eggplant with Sambal: Eggplant cut into chunks and fried. Its then laden with their special sambal chilli sauce. Spicy but yummy!
- Sambal Goreng: A quintessential dish to have when having nasi padang. Beancurd, long beans and tempeh stir-fried together.
- Toufu with Long Beans: This is similar to lontong. But done a little differently here. The gravy is whitish and watery. A simple dish that completes the meal.
Also ordered a Teh Tarik for myself, which was good. My friend had an Iced Teh-O.
The meal costs $16.60 for 2.