Changi Village is well-known for its nasi lemak, not one but three stalls. Besides the famous International nasi lemak, two other stalls Mizzy's Corner and Sri Sujana have found their way into the Makansutra forums and stolen some customers from the long queue of International.
I have intended to have International nasi lemak but it was closed on a Saturday night, so I settled on Sri Sujana instead.
The standard chicken nasi lemak set which costs $3, comes with a fried chicken wing, a fried egg and ikan bilis. Adequately coated with a layer of coconut milk, every grain of rice has a distinctive aroma and flavour and goes very well with the sweet sambal chilli. The fried chicken wing is delightfully crispy and tasty with a spicy coating.
In terms of standard, Sri Sujana is definitely comparable to International and Mizzy's Corner. I certainly find it difficult to pick up the subtle differences among the three. Come down to Changi Village, try for yourself and decide which one you prefer.
Sri Sujana Nasi Lemak
Changi Village Hawker Centre
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays