Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Mizzy's Corner Nasi Lemak

Changi Village has the famous International Nasi Lemak that needs no introduction. Today I'm going to blog about another nasi lemak stall opposite International called Mizzy's Corner. Despite fierce competition from International, Mizzy's Corner has its own supporters who feel the nasi lemak at International is overrated and the queue is too long.

A plate of nasi lemak which costs $2.50 comes with ikan bilis, a fried egg and a fried chicken wing. Strongly scented with the irresistable fragrance of coconut milk, every grain of rice is extraordinarily flavorful and combines impressively with the savory sambal tumis chilli paste. The fried chicken is crispy and tasty.

This is indeed one of the best nasi lemak in Singapore. Compared with Selera Rasa which uses the delicate basmati rice, the rice from Mizzy's Corner is more robust and much to my liking. Unlike the majority of the crowd at Changi Village, I was not thrilled by International's nasi lemak. After all if I can get nasi lemak so fantastic from Mizzy's Corner, why do I bother to queue for International's?


Mizzy's Corner Nasi Lemak
Changi Village Food Centre
Blk 2 Changi Village Road
Singapore 500002


Anonymous said...

yes you are right about International at CV. The stall is over-rated. If you observe, the queue is actually caused by their serving speed. But Singaporeans love to queue! :P

Anonymous said...

I prefer to eat here if the queue at International is long. Standard about the same. Price at Mizzy now at $3.00 when I went there this month of Sept 09