Mizzy Corner is situated at the end of Singapore where all the locals and tourists will pass by to have a meal or a drink before embarking themselves to another destination. The place is called Changi Village Food Centre. It specializes in Nasi Lemak and it has been rated as one of the best Nasi Lemak.
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What's the big deal about the other stalls?
For many years, when going to Changi Village to enjoy nasi lemak, I have always patronised Mizzy. True, as what others have said, there is no snaking queue. That led me to think what is the big deal about the other stalls.
I tried their nasi lemak and to me it tasted just like how I would expect nasi lemak to taste. I will always enjoy my nasi lemak with just an omelette, no chicken, no ikan bilis, no groundnuts but I will always insist on having begedil with my rice plus the sambal.
Speaking of sambal, I think the reason why I am so hooked on Mizzy's is because their sambal just agrees with me unlike the other popular stalls.
Of course, getting to enjoy my nasi lemak first while others are still queuing up is a huge bonus!
Good but not spectacular
This store definitely offers a quicker more speedy alternative to it's more popular counterpart that often has a long snaking queue. However, it is no where near as good as the latter store.
The nasi lemak offered here is definitely above average as compared to the other nasi lemak stores across the island. The rice is fragrant, the fried chicken wing is not too oily or dry and the chilli is appetizing. But it simply lacks the oomph factor which makes it pale in comparison to its neighbour. So unless you are rushing for time, walk over and queue for the other store.
Decent Nasi Lemak, Decent price
To clarify, this is NOT the Nasi Lemak stall with the ridiculously long queue. But in my eyes, it is still just as good. The rice is not over nor undercooked, and there are plenty of different side dishes to choose from. Lazy to peel your chicken wing? Choose a fish cake, or otah. Most importantly of course, the sambal is done just right, thick,savoury and spicy, with just a hint of sweetness.
I've had the Nasi Lemak from both stalls, the one with the long queue and this one. I honestly can't tell the difference, but I am sure there are people who can swear by the difference. I usually just get the Nasi Lemak from here simply because its faster and more convenient. I'd recommend the less picky of you to do the same as well.
One of the best Nasi Lemak in Changi Village!
Whenever i come down with my bicycle for a cycle along Changi Beach or to explore Pulau Ubin (which is just a ferry away), i will never fail to have my stomach filled with this specialty. If you were to find this particular stall, it is situated just near another Nasi Lemak where you will notice a very long queue waiting. Not that i have not tried the other, in fact i did. However, this is one of the best Nasi Lemak that i have ever tasted on the eastern side of Singapore.
The queue is not as bad but i do come across long queue with this stall. Nevertheless, the service is prompt and the staffs are very friendly and well organized. There are about three staffs inside; one will be taking the orders, the other will be making the food and another will be cooking. That makes a very prompt service that i only had to wait for about 15 minutes after a person ordered 10 packets of Nasi Lemak. Speedy service isn't it!
While waiting for my turn, i will never fail to analyse the menu. I will always do this with other stalls too as i like to try something different. They have different sets and their prices range from $3 to $4, depending on what you choose. A normal Nasi Lemak will consist of coconut rice, chicken or fish, ikan bilis (friend anchovies) and sambal.
Yes! The sambal is what that makes me come back for more! It is totally different from other sambals that i have ever tasted. It is spicy of course but it has a unique taste, a well combination of sweet and spicy with a tinge of lime. I will always keep asking for more when i order.
Overall, i will give 3.5 out of 5, reason being that is lacking is the poor ventilation of Changi Village Food Centre itself. However, not to worry, because the stall is situated near to the opening of the centre so there is still breeze and if you happen to sit around those areas.