Nasi lemak delivery in Singapore
Since young, I’ve always been mesmerised by the beauty of a plate of nasi lemak. From the fragrant coconut rice to tender chicken meat, it’s amazing that such simple and comforting ingredients can come together to create such a tasty dish. This traditional Malay dish has been elevated in many ways in Singapore, with stalls incorporating unique ingredients such as blue pea flower rice and even premium lobsters. As Singaporeans are staying home during this period, we have compiled these 15 nasi lemak stalls with delivery.
Known as The Original Adam Road Nasi Lemak by Selera Rasa, Crave is a household name among many Singaporeans, with a whopping 30 stalls to its name. If walking to your nearest shopping mall to takeaway food is not an option, Crave also sends their delicious nasi lemak right to your doorstep. Their Nasi Lemak Royale ($7.90) is a tasty and filling meal. Each packet features mouth-watering items such as a crispy chicken wing, a rich begedil, and a succulent fish fillet—all on a warm bed of aromatic basmati rice. Slather each spoonful of rice with their delicious chilli, and you’re good to go. There’s a minimum order of $30, with a flat $5 islandwide delivery fee. This fee is waived for orders above $50. Delivery is only available from Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays.
2. Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak
Situated in Boon Lay Food Village, the award-winning Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak is known for serving up delicious plates of nasi lemak. You can now feast on this famous delicacy in the comfort of your own home as they now offer delivery. Their Nasi Lemak Chicken Set ($4.95+) is solid, featuring a crispy fried chicken wing, fragrant coconut rice, and heaps of piquant sambal chilli that pack a punch. There’s a minimum order of $30 with a flat $8 islandwide delivery fee.
3. The Coconut Club
The famous atas nasi lemak restaurant The Coconut Club now offers delivery! Combining elements of the past and present, this hip Ann Siang Hill joint dishes out tantalising plates of nasi lemak that are a notch above the rest. Though their dishes come at a premium price, rest assured that they do not skimp out on the portion and quality of their ingredients. Their Chicken Leg Set ($16.30+) is a must-try. This upsized nasi lemak dish comes with a huge, tender chicken leg. The rice has just the right balance of coconut flavour to it, and pairs beautifully with the delightfully sweet and spicy sambal. The restaurant has a minimum order of $60, with a flat $9 islandwide delivery fee.
4. Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak
Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak is recognised as “The famous Changi Village nasi lemak”. This humble stall has been dishing out tasty and affordable nasi lemak plates since 1997, and has managed to maintain a steady stream of customers over the years. Their Standard Dulang ($15.90) is good for two people, with its generous portion of ingredients such as two beautifully fried chicken wings, kembong fish, begedil and eggs—all on a heaping portion of basmati rice. There’s a minimum order of $20 with a flat $7 islandwide delivery fee.
5. Uptown Nasi Lemak
Uptown Nasi Lemak serves up generous portions of nasi lemak at relatively affordable prices. Their Circuit Breaker delivery combos come with Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng Berempah, which includes a whole chicken leg. The combo also comes with your choice of sides, which consist of sambal sotong, sambal prawn, and beef rendang. If you have to feed a family of four, do consider the Combo 3 ($46), which comes with four plates of nasi lemak and two side choices. The price of the combos include delivery fees, and is subjected to a surcharge that depends on how far your home is from the stall.
WhatsApp 8751 8927 to order
6. Ponggol Nasi Lemak
Many Singaporeans love Ponggol Nasi Lemak, and the constant snaking queues at their three outlets attest to it. Get a taste of their Set Menu 2 ($4.70+), which consist of a piece of their highly raved fried chicken wings, ikan bilis, and a sunny-side-up egg. Fried chicken lovers have to get the Set Menu 3 ($5.70+), which has an extra piece of chicken wing as compared to Set Menu 2. There’s a minimum order of $40, with an islandwide delivery fee ranging from $15 to $20 depending on the day of delivery. 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 Chop Set ($6.50) is a favourite among many of their patrons. It features fragrant blue pea rice and succulent chicken meat that’s encapsulated by a crispy prawn paste laden exterior. There’s a minimum order of $35 with an islandwide delivery fee that ranges from $6 to $12, depending on your delivery location. Orders must follow a standard message template to expedite the ordering process.
WhatsApp 9639 2486 or 8188 6325 to order
Check on the full menu on their Facebook page
8. Soulfood Catering
Soulfood Catering serves Aussie-inspired nasi lemak that surprisingly works! Get a taste of their Bangers & Hash Nasi Lemak ($10.30), which consists of barbecued cheesy chicken sausages,hash browns, and a side of sweet caramelised onions that are all slathered in the restaurant’s creamy house-made garlic sauce. These Western ingredients go really well with the fluffy coconut rice, and make for a tasty and unique meal. There’s no minimum order, but there’s a delivery fee of $5 and $10 for homes within a 5km or 10km radius from the stall in Pahang Street respectively. This fee is waived for orders above $100.
9. Mount Faber Nasi Lemak
The quality of nasi lemak served at Mount Faber Nasi Lemak can be put into two words: “comforting” and “tasty”. Start from a base price of $1.30 for a plate of Nasi Lemak, then customise it with delicious items such as Fried Cabbage ($1.20), Lemon Fish ($4), and Curry Chicken Wing ($2.30). There’s a minimum order of $20, with a delivery fee of ranging from $3.50 to $7 depending on location. The delivery fee varies according to location.
WhatsApp 9788 9899 to order
10. Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang
The plates of nasi lemak at Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang have a slight Indonesian twist to them. Their signature Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang Set ($7.50) 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 traditional house-made Taliwang red chilli, which is then placed on top of a warm bed of coconut rice. Their sambal contains gula melaka, dried shrimps, and belachan, and is slow-cooked for over five hours. There’s a minimum order of $25, with a flat $9 islandwide delivery fee.
PappaRich dishes out comforting plates of Malaysian-style nasi lemak. Their Nasi Lemak with Curry Chicken ($11.90+) is a good example of a rich rice dish. Tender chicken is simmered in a luxurious, full-bodied curry. It’s then served with fragrant coconut rice, crunchy ikan bilis and peanuts, and a dollop of their sweet and spicy sambal There’s a minimum order of $35, with a flat $5 islandwide delivery fee. There is also an additional $3 surcharge on the eve of/and public holidays.
Adimann’s selling point has got to be their unique nasi lemak plates. Try their Nasi Lemak Lobster ($16 for half/$25 for full lobster), where the classic nasi lemak dish is zhnged with sweet and tender lobster meat. The lobster is slathered with your choice of salted egg, black pepper, or sambal sauce. There’s no minimum order, and an islandwide delivery fee ranging from $8 to $12 applies. Do note that orders have to be placed a day in advance.
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 Set ($2.50) consists of a decently sized fried chicken wing, an egg, and a dollop of sambal that has an intense, spicy kick. There’s no minimum order, and an islandwide delivery fee of $6 and $8 for places within and outside a 15km radius of their stall respectively. This fee is waived for orders above $50. Orders must be placed a day in advance.
WhatsApp 9778 0130 to order.
14. Nasi Lemak Indulgence
Image credit: Nasi Lemak Indulgence Facebook page
If you haven’t heard of a nasi lemak cake, you’ve gotta check out Nasi Lemak Indulgence. Their unique cakes are rich in flavour and are suitable for any occasion. Their Anchovies and Peanuts ($49) cake is a sinful indulgence, featuring generous amounts of crunchy anchovies, peanuts, and refreshing cucumbers. Chow them down together with fragrant coconut rice for a satisfying meal. If you’re feeling more atas, get their Sambal Cuttlefish & Sambal Prawn ($79) cake, which promises to be a special decadent treat. There’s a minimum order of $49, with a $13.90 islandwide delivery fee. This fee is waived for orders above $300. Do remember to pre-order your cakes at least two days in advance.
15. Chong Pang Nasi Lemak
Chong Pang Nasi Lemak is another famous nasi lemak stall on this list. They currently offer five different nasi lemak sets in their Circuit Breaker delivery menu. Their Set D ($5) is rather unique, consisting of sweet and sour chicken that’s not a typical sight on a plate of nasi lemak. It’s accompanied by an omelette, fish fillet, and mackerel otah. They only deliver to homes in Punggol, Bukit Panjang, Choa Chu Kang, Woodlands, Admiralty, Bishan, Toa Payoh, and Tampines. There’s no minimum order, but there’s a maximum order of eight packets. An islandwide delivery fee ranging from $5 to $7, depending on your location, will be charged.
WhatsApp 9426 6755 to order
Check out the full menu on their Facebook page