Minang House Traditional Nasi Padang Opening Status

Minang House Traditional Nasi Padang
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Suitable For: info Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
Hygiene Grading Scheme A Halal
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Tags: Nasi Padang, ナシパダン
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The stall has been at Lucky Plaza for around 14 years and was started by a Singaporean man and his Indonesian wife. At the front of their stall, they display their myriad of dishes in a glass case and you can point at and choose. For the uninitiated, nasi padang is essentially like a Malay mixed rice where you can customise your plate of rice with traditional dishes. It’s a great way to try out a little bit of everything! The prices here are a little steep but that is also because they are located in Town, which is understandable.

The stall has been at Lucky Plaza for around 14 years and was started by a Singaporean man and his Indonesian wife. At the front of their stall, they display their myriad of dishes in a glass case and you can point at and choose. For the uninitiated, nasi padang is essentially like a Malay mixed rice where you can customise your plate of rice with traditional dishes. It’s a great way to try out a little bit of everything! The prices here are a little steep but that is also because they are located in Town, which is understandable.

I ordered a plate of rice paired with Assam Pedas (fish), Ayam Penyet (chicken), Sambal kang Kong and a Fried Boiled Egg. I really liked the Ayam Pedas had a nice spicy zest to it and I was pleased to find that the fish was fresh and fleshy as some places tend to serve fishy, strong-smelling fish. The Ayam Penyet, which translates to smashed fried chicken, had a crispy skin and was well cooked. Vegetable-wise, Sambal Kang Kong added a nice crunch to the dish and the sambal provided a pretty good kick. I also quite like the fried boiled egg which is a nice change from your usual boiled egg. They also provided two other chillies on the side for each plate of nasi padang ordered and these were fiery, tart and packed a mighty punch.

I ordered a plate of rice paired with Assam Pedas (fish), Ayam Penyet (chicken), Sambal kang Kong and a Fried Boiled Egg. I really liked the Ayam Pedas had a nice spicy zest to it and I was pleased to find that the fish was fresh and fleshy as some places tend to serve fishy, strong-smelling fish. The Ayam Penyet, which translates to smashed fried chicken, had a crispy skin and was well cooked. Vegetable-wise, Sambal Kang Kong added a nice crunch to the dish and the sambal provided a pretty good kick. I also quite like the fried boiled egg which is a nice change from your usual boiled egg. They also provided two other chillies on the side for each plate of nasi padang ordered and these were fiery, tart and packed a mighty punch.

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Minang House Traditional Nasi Padang


OPENING HOURS

※The shop's opening hours may vary due to COVID-19.

Open 10:00~20:30

Address

#02-04/06, Lucky Plaza, 304 ORCHARD ROAD, 238863

Phone

+65 6887 4702

Modes of Payment

Cash only

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LAST UPDATE: 29/Nov/2020






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