Famous Singaporean Food – Adam Road NASI LEMAK in Singapore!

Famous Singaporean Food - Adam Road NASI LEMAK in Singapore!
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One of the most famous food stalls in Singapore that serves nasi lemak is Adam Road Nasi Lemak – the official name being Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak. So one day, it was my goal to go there.

But before going to Adam Road food centre, I first met up with Tuah who I met in Singapore, and he offered to take us to the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark. Marina Bay Sands is one of the most iconic hotels in Singapore, home to a massive boat shaped structure at the top of three towers. At the top is the iconic infinity edge swimming pool on one side, which is only open to guests, but on the other side, it’s open and called the Skypark where visitors can pay an entrance fee and go to the top for a view over Singapore. The view over Singapore was pretty amazing, and although an expensive attraction, it was a great view of the city and harbor.

After finishing at Marina Bay Sands, we headed over to the Botanic Gardens MRT station and walked to Adam Road food centre, where the famous nasi lemak stall is located. I could immediately see the long line of people waiting in line – there were about 50 or so people ahead of us, and we jumped in line and decided to wait it out – luckily I didn’t have anything else to do that day.

We finally got our plates of nasi lemak, and I ordered the Royal Rumble, the plate of nasi lemak including a bit of everything they had. The rice, which was basmati long grain, was cooked with coconut milk so it had a rich and very fluffy texture to it. The rice was very fragrant. The other parts of the Adam Road Nasi Lemak included otak otak, a fried chicken wing, an egg, and fried mackerel and the sambal. Everything else was pretty standard tasting to me, but it was the rice that was the best thing on the place. Adam Road food centre in Singapore is a very nice and calm hawker centre that has lots of good food. So even if you don’t go for the nasi lemak, there are still some other delicious Malay foods to try when you go.

Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak (better known as Adam Road Nasi Lemak)
Address: 2 Adam Rd, #01-02, Adam Road Food Centre, Singapore
Open hours: 7 am – 5 pm (closed on Friday)
Prices: The plate I ate was $5.50 SGD
How to get there: Take the MRT to Botanic Gardens, and Adam Road Food Centre is just a 5 minute walk away.


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  1. Mark the reason for the long que is for the sambal and it takes a long time to cook. If you dont get it right the nasi lemak is screwed lol.

  2. I like toast box in Singapore and bodhi house restaurant from upper serangoon road, that has either closed or moved. I dream about their food.?

  3. Though it is not completely out of the question to find good street food with soul and flavour somewhere in Singapore, it has yet to be proven. Malaysia is MUCH better!

  4. Two handed satay, you keep creating new experiences a local cannot fathom. The royal rumble nasi lemak is the nasi lemak served to the sultan of brunei. I've been blessed to eat where you sat and ate, but could never come to the same food expressions you make!

  5. Nasi lemak used to be a humble breakfast food with only rice, sambal, either anchovy or the small fish and little bit of fried omelette. It used to cost only 20c in the 70s.

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