While hubby had fried chicken briyani, I had nasi padang from the same row of stalls 4 units away.
Clockwise from 11 o’clock: Potato bergedil (croquette); stir-fried okra/lady’s fingers; beef rendang; and sotong hitam (squid in black ink). Total cost: S$4.80
If you’re expecting totally soft and tender beef, you’ll be disappointed. But I liked the beef rendang, precisely because the meat was chewy with some bite (in a good way). The meat was thoroughly infused with fragrant rendang spices, hence every bite was full of aroma and and flavor.
The rest of the dishes were decently executed.
This stall has been here for some years now, and it gets very crowded at peak lunch hours. I heard that their ayam penyet is also pretty good. Will have to try that another time.
Not sure of their opening times, but they should be open for lunch on weekdays.
Selera Kampung Malay-Indo Cuisine
7 Maxwell Road
#01-74 Amoy Street Food Centre
Images in this post were captured with Sony Alpha SLT-A58 with 1855 lens (review unit from Sony Singapore).