Nasi lemak delivery in Singapore
Nasi lemak is easily my favourite rice dish, with its coconutty fragrance, and customisability, as you can top this dish with an endless variety of toppings. With that, here are 20 nasi lemak stalls with delivery, so you can satisfy your nasi lemak cravings in the comfort of your home.
1. Spice & Rice
Those working in the CBD may be familiar with Spice & Rice, a nasi lemak stall located in Amoy Street Food Centre. Their Basmati Coconut Rice (from $7.90) comes with homemade sambal, cucumber, anchovies, peanuts, a fried egg, and your choice of protein—their Beef Rendang Stew, or the Butter Chicken Croquettes. Apart from their online store, you can also order from Spice And Rice using the Makan Guru app.
Read our Spice & Rice review!
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Known as The Original Adam Road Nasi Lemak by Selera Rasa, Crave is a household name for nasi lemak in Singapore, with numerous outlets peppered across the island. Their direct delivery option is still in the works, but you can order from your nearest Crave stall using GrabFood, Deliveroo, or Foodpanda.
Go all out with the Nasi Lemak Royale ($8.70), which comes topped with a slew of ingredients, such as fish fillet, begedil, and chicken wing. There’s also the Nasi Lemak With Chicken Otah Meatloaf ($6.10), if otah is a must-have ingredient in your nasi lemak.
3. Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak
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Situated in Boon Lay Food Village, the award-winning Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak is one nasi lemak stall that West-siders are especially proud of. Their nasi lemak is available for delivery during this stay-home period, with various selections such as the Nasi Lemak Chicken Wing Set ($4.95+) and Nasi Lemak Otah Otah Set ($4.40+). For those acquainted with the beef lung dish, paru, there’s also a Nasi Lemak Paru Set ($4.40+). Do note that there’s a minimum order of $30.
Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak order form
4. The Coconut Club
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For some atas nasi lemak delivered to your doorstep, consider The Coconut Club, a famous joint for Southeast Asian food along Ann Siang Hill. Prices here lean towards the steeper end, but the portion and quality of their ingredients more than make up for it.
The Coconut Club is currently offering bundles that make for great family sharing meals. Their Feast For 2 ($42+) comes with two portions of French poulet leg nasi lemak, a Tauhu Tempeh Sambal Belado, an otah, and two desserts of your choice.
5. Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak
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If Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak is the pride of the West, then Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak is the jewel of the East, recognised as the “famous Changi Village nasi lemak”. This humble stall has been dishing out tasty and affordable plates of nasi lemak since 1997, and has managed to maintain a steady stream of customers over the years.
Their Standard Dulang ($19.90) is good for two people, with its generous amount of ingredients such as fried chicken wings, kembong fish, begedil and eggs—all on a heaping portion of basmati rice. Here, there’s a minimum order of $20 with a flat $7 islandwide delivery fee.
Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak order form
6. Uptown Nasi Lemak
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Uptown Nasi Lemak serves up generous portions of nasi lemak at relatively affordable prices. Their delivery options include Nasi Lemak W/ Beef Rendang ($8.50) and Nasi Lemak W/ Sambal Petai Prawn ($8), which also come with a side of pickled achar on top of the usual ingredients. Simply Whatsapp 8751 8927 to place your orders!
7. Ponggol Nasi Lemak
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Many Singaporeans love Ponggol Nasi Lemak, and the constant snaking queues outside their stalls attest to this. Have your nasi lemak zi char style, to share with family. This starts with a base of Coconut Rice ($1.50), and an array of ingredients to choose from, such as Crispy Anchovies (from $4.70) and Premium Cuttlefish Balls (from $6). Do note that there’s a minimum order of $40. The delivery fee depends on the distance from the stall, and this fee is waived for orders above $200.
Simple.簡 dishes out tantalising plates of nasi lemak that come with distinctive butterfly pea flower rice. Their Blue Nasi Lemak With Fried Har Cheong Chicken Set ($6.50) is a crowd favourite, served with a deep-fried, prawn paste-infused chicken chop. There are also selections with rendang chicken and Nyonya assam fish. Delivery here is charged at a flat rate of $10 islandwide, except for locations in Tuas and Sentosa. All you have to do is Whatsapp 9639 2486 to order!
Read our Simple.簡 review!
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9. Soulfood Catering
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Soulfood Catering serves Aussie-inspired nasi lemak that surprisingly works! Their Surf & Turf Nasi Lemak ($22.50) comes packed with ingredients such as ribeye steak, prawns, and scallops that take your nasi lemak up a notch. There’s also BBQ Salmon + Mackerel Otah Nasi Lemak ($14.50), for those who love their fish. Minimum orders and delivery fee vary depending on the distance from their stall at Pahang Street.
10. Mount Faber Nasi Lemak
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Mount Faber Nasi Lemak has been around since the ‘70s, dishing up quality nasi lemak for over four decades. Start with a base of Nasi Lemak ($1.40), then customise with whatever toppings you like, be it an oozy Sunny Side Up Egg ($1) or indulgent Rendang Mutton ($4.20). Their nasi lemak is available for delivery on GrabFood and Foodpanda.
11. Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang
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The plates of nasi lemak at Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang have a slight Indonesian twist to them. Their signature Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang Set ($7.80) takes inspiration from a spicy grilled chicken dish that originated from Lombok, Indonesia. It features a meaty grilled quarter chicken leg, marinated in chilli padi and house-made Taliwang red chilli. Their sambal contains gula melaka, dried shrimps, and belachan, and is slow-cooked for over five hours.
Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang order form
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PappaRich dishes out comforting plates of Malaysian-style nasi lemak. Their Nasi Lemak Classic With Curry Chicken ($14.90+) comes with a full-bodied chicken curry, which pairs well with their fragrant coconut rice. For something different but no less flavourful, consider the Nasi Lemak Classic With Ayam Masak Merah ($15.90+), which is served with chicken slathered in spicy tomato sauce.
13. Tree Coconut Nasi Lemak
Helmed by two young women in their twenties, Tree Coconut Nasi Lemak serves up comforting plates of nasi lemak at affordable prices. Their nasi lemak sets average around $5, and come with your choice of protein, fried anchovies, an egg, and a dollop of spicy-sweet sambal. Delivery for their nasi lemak is applicable within a 20km radius of their store, charged at a flat fee of $4.50, for a minimum order of $18. This fee is waived for orders above $50. Simply Whatsapp 8181 9545 to order!
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14. Nasi Lemak Indulgence
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If you haven’t heard of nasi lemak cake, you’ve got to check out Nasi Lemak Indulgence. Celebrate with the Anchovies and Peanuts ($54) cake, a sinful indulgence that features generous amounts of crunchy anchovies, peanuts, and refreshing cucumber pieces. If you’re feeling more atas, get their Sambal Cuttlefish & Sambal Prawns ($84) cake, which comes studded with succulent cuttlefish and prawns. Do remember to pre-order your cakes at least two days in advance.
Nasi lemak Indulgence order form
15. Changi Nasi Lemak
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Changi Nasi Lemak originated in the ‘70s, famed for their Chinese-style nasi lemak. Apart from the usual offerings, you can expect interesting mains to go along with your coconut rice. There’s the Braised Pork Set ($7.90), served with melt-in-the-mouth lu rou. Meanwhile, spice-loving readers can opt for the Mala Deep Fried Fish Slabs Set ($7.70). Do note that a minimum order of $40 is required.
16. Colonial Club
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The Colonial Club Signature Nasi Lemak Tower ($16.90+) at Colonial Club is seriously a sight to behold, stacked with blue pea coconut rice, rendang, sambal, ikan bilis, and a fried egg. If you’re a curry lover, there’s also a Nasi Lemak Chicken Curry ($13.90+) which comes with a giant slab of curried drumstick. For this restaurant, do note that a minimum order of $50 is required. Delivery charges are also waived for orders over $100!
17. Warung Ijo
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Warung Ijo specialises in vegetarian Indonesian food, with their Nasi Lemak Rendang (from $11.90) being a hot favourite. This dish is served with lion mane mushroom rendang, alongside long beans, egg, veggie fritters, and chilli. There are also variations with plant-based fish and chicken, making an inclusive meal option if you have vegetarian family remembers.
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Grandma’s prides itself on the home cooked flavour and quality of their dishes. A must-order is their Signature Grandma’s Nasi Lemak ($13.80), served alongside pickled achar, ikan bilis, and a thin omelette. There’s also the Grandma’s Fried Chicken Nasi Lemak ($13.80), which features a deep-fried chicken leg that’s crispy on the outside, and juicy on the inside.
19. Hoyeah Nasi Lemak
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Hoyeah Nasi Lemak is best known for its Nasi Lemak + Fried Chicken Thigh ($6.80). Here, the bird here is well-marinated and fried until it’s delightfully crisp. If you prefer the drumstick cut, there’s also a Nasi Lemak + Fried Chicken Drumstick ($6.80) and Nasi Lemak + Curry Chicken ($6.80) available. They have three outlets in Ang Mo Kio, Bedok, and Bukit Merah. You can find the nearest one for delivery on GrabFood or Foodpanda.
20. Penang Culture
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As its name suggests, Penang Culture is a restaurant chain specialising in Malaysian delights. Their Premium Nasi Lemak ($20+) is on the pricier side, but comes chock full of ingredients, such as a large chicken drumstick penyet, sambal prawns, hard-boiled egg, veggies, and chilli. While you’re here, be sure to give their other signature dishes a shot, including the Penang Hokkien Prawn Noodles ($12+) and Penang Assam Laksa ($11+).
Nasi lemak stalls with delivery
We’ve curated a list of 20 nasi lemak stalls with delivery so you can satisfy your cravings at home. If you’re looking to save on delivery charges, check out Grab’s $5.99 subscription plan, with over $171 savings on GrabFood, GrabMart, and GrabExpress. Meanwhile, if you’re looking for other food options during this stay-home period, check out our guide for dim sum places with delivery.
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This article was originally written on 6 May 2020.
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