Ever since young, a lot of us grew up with nasi lemak as our all-time comfort food. With coconut milk-infused rice, crispy ikan bilis, chicken wings fried to perfection, a delectable fried egg, and sweet and spicy sambal, you cannot go wrong with this local Malay dish. Over time, many variations have popped up, including Chinese and Indonesian variations.
Here are 10 nasi lemak eateries offering delivery services in Singapore. It’s time to #supportlocal and satisfy those nasi lemak cravings of yours.
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BOON LAY POWER NASI LEMAK
Famous for selling their authentic Malay-style nasi lemak, and some even claim the nasi lemak they serve is among the best in Singapore. If you’re craving nasi lemak as a supper treat late at night, Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak is your best bet as they’re open till 3.30am. Indulge in their nasi lemak set that consists of spicy sambal chilli, crispy fried chicken, and fragrant coconut rice.
Nasi lemak islandwide delivery is offered on their website here. A minimum order of S$30 is required, with a delivery fee of S$8.
Established in 1979, Punggol Nasi Lemak is one of the most popular nasi lemak in Singapore and the fact that people are still raving about this brand and queueing for their nasi lemak sets at their 3 outlets just prove our point.
They offer islandwide delivery on this website. You have to spend a minimum order of S$40, and a delivery fee of S$15++ is applicable. If your nasi lemak order exceeds S$200, you are entitled to free nasi lemak delivery.
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LEE WEE & BROTHERS
Prepared using an authentic family recipe since they started, Lee Wee & Brothers has distinctive local flavours that are always preserved in their nasi lemak sets. Their coconutty rice, juicy fried chicken, and flavourful otah are freshly prepared daily. Their banana leaf prawn otah is moist, tasty and so deliciously yummy, making it stand out from the other nasi lemak stalls.
Call +65 6535 6535 or WhatsApp +65 8522 3800 to place your order. Nasi lemak islandwide delivery is available. Free delivery for nasi lemak is offered to those whose orders exceed S$40.
One of Changi Village’s most famous nasi lemak stalls, Mizzy Corner is also one of the best we’ve had. What we love about their nasi lemak is the fact that they use basmati rice instead of the regular jasmine rice, making it softer and fluffier, with hints of pandan and coconut, just the way we like it! The sambal is also super delicious, with a harmonious blend of sweet, savoury, and spicy elements.
Islandwide nasi lemak delivery is offered with a minimum spend of S$20. A delivery fee of S$7 is applicable. Use the code “Super5” at checkout for 5% off your nasi lemak order if it exceeds S$40. A delivery surcharge of S$3 applies if you order on eve of and on public holidays. Order here.
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Qiji is well-known for serving local Singaporean delights that include their nasi lemak sets. Their nasi lemak variation is more Chinese than Malay, so if you’re a fan of Singaporean Chinese nasi lemak that comes with green-coloured rice infused with coconut milk and pandan leaves, fish cakes, and a tasty deep-fried chicken wing, Qiji will hit the right notes for you.
Islandwide delivery for nasi lemak is offered if you spend a minimum of S$40. A delivery fee of S$28 is applicable. You can find more information on their website here, where they answer FAQs.
This restaurant is famous for selling super atas gluten-free (and MSG-free!) nasi lemak that costs a whopping S$16.30 for their regular chicken leg set. But don’t be deterred by the sky-high prices, their high-quality ingredients definitely make up for it. The owners spent 2 years sourcing for the best coconuts and refining their nasi lemak recipe before they opened The Coconut Club.
On this website, nasi lemak islandwide delivery is offered with a minimum spend of S$60. A delivery fee of S$9 applies too.
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Crave houses the widely famous Original Adam Road Nasi Lemak by Selera Rasa. There are over 30+ stores scattered across the island, so you are bound to find one at a nearby mall. We recommend ordering the Nasi Lemak Royale set that consists of fragrant basmati rice, crispy chicken wing, crunchy fish fillet, and deep-fried bergedil.
If you still want to opt for nasi lemak islandwide delivery, you may order here. A minimum order of S$30 is required, with a delivery fee of S$5.
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NASI LEMAK AYAM TALIWANG
If you’re a fan of the Indonesian variation of nasi lemak, Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang is the ideal eatery to order from. Their signature dish is, of course, the Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang Set, featuring a spicy, flavourful grilled chicken originating from Lombok, Indonesia. The set also includes tempeh, ikan bilis, kang kong, and sweet Taliwang sambal chilli that is made in-house.
Islandwide delivery is offered on https://nasilemakayamtaliwang.oddle.me/en_SG/. You have to make a minimum order of S$25. A delivery fee of S$9 is also applicable when you order their nasi lemak.
Established in 1973 as a humble hawker stall in Chong Pang Village Hawker Centre, Chong Pang Nasi Lemak is a household name that sees crowds flocking to this stall, eager to get their hands on a nasi lemak plate on the daily. Even during this Circuit Breaker period, delivery slots are filling up fast. Be sure to get their Set D, which is a standout set as it includes sweet and sour chicken that’s not usually seen in nasi lemak sets.
As of now, they deliver to areas such as Punggol, Sengkang, Bukit Batok, Bukit Panjang, Choa Chu Kang, Woodlands, Admiralty, Sembawang, Ang Mo Kio, Bishan, Toa Payoh, and Tampines. WhatsApp your orders to +65 9426 6755. You are only allowed to order a maximum of 8 nasi lemak packets. Visit their Facebook page for more information.
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KAMPUNG KIA NASI LEMAK
Butterfly pea-infused Malaysian-style nasi lemak. Need we say more? This nasi lemak set is so eye-catching that we just had to order a plate for ourselves. Their Rendang Chicken Nasi Lemak set is a must-try, the rendang being delectable with a great texture. Their sambal chilli is on the sweeter side and not so spicy, so if you’re a fan of sweeter sambal, this might just do it for you.
Do check their Facebook page for a full list of the areas they deliver to. A minimum order of S$20 is required, with a S$5 delivery fee. If your order exceeds S$35, you are entitled to free nasi lemak delivery. Alternatively, they are available on GrabFood, Foodpanda, and Deliveroo.