At the far end of Singapore, which I have only passed by once in my whole 21 yrs of life. According to my street directory, it's on Netheravon Road and it's next to the Changi Point Ferry Terminal. I supposed it's near some army thing (is it Pulau Tekong??) so there's alot of army ppl walking about.
This Nasi Lemak can rival the Sultan of Brunei's one in Adam road - the chilli sauce is fried with ikan billis, very sweet and not spicy at all. The egg is fried on the spot, and the chicken wing is delightfully crispy, as crispy as cornflakes for that matter.
The best part about this is the rice, which has fragrant coconut - the rice is done just right, the grains don't stick together, yet there is enough coconut to taste.
I guess for everything we have in the central (it's not really west but then the east is so far from everything else) has an equivalent in the east, and this will be the Sultan of Brunei's Nasi Lemak counterpart.
*The Sultan of Brunei nasi lemak I'm talking about is in Adam Road Food Center, and the name of the stall isn't Sultan of Brunei - it's just tha the Sultan of Brunei gets his nasi lemak from there.
Changi Village Nasi Lemak
International Food Stall 57 (GENUINE)