Friday, November 9, 2007

Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak

This must be one of the best nasi lemak in Singapore. Even when its side dishes eg otak otak (grilled fish paste) and begedil (potato patties) are sold out, the queue is still so long. Even though the nasi lemak is slightly overpriced, its customers are not deterred at all.

A plate of nasi lemak which costs $3, comes with ikan bilis, fried egg and fried chicken wing. What distinguishes Selera Rasa from the other nasi lemak is the use of basmati rice, a superior grade rice which has a significantly finer consistency and whose grains do not stick together. In addition, the special rice has the distinctive fragrance and irresistable flavour of coconut milk and pandan leaves and is well complemented by the savory sambal tumis. The fried chicken wing is tasty and crispy.

This is indeed one impressive nasi lemak that I will not hesitate coming back for more.


Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak
No 2 Adam Road Food Centre
7am to 10pm


Anonymous said...

Which one is better? The International Nasi Lemak at Changi Village or Selera Rasa?

travelphilippines said...

this blog makes me hungry.

kensongs said...

I personally prefer the International Nasi Lemak at Changi Village because the rice is tougher and sticker. Selera Rasa uses Basmati rice that is finer and more delicate.

Anonymous said...

well i think selera rasa is the best

Anonymous said...

I dont think for $3 its overpriced,if you look at the cost of dried ikan bilis and their healty size chicken wings....

raish sam said...

1)International nasi lemak is not facinating in taste at is a place where people whom do not khow how to eat nasi lemak will go to.i dont find it great there.

2)Selera rasa at adam road,also same,basmati rice is used to make beriyani,not nasi lemak.the taste is normal also,nothing special.

3)Fong seng nasi lemak at clementi road the taste is ok but every day different price by the counter times the additional items are cold.maybe overnite one.