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3 Best Malay Restaurants in Geylang

Expert recommended Top 3 Malay Restaurants in Geylang, Singapore. All of our malay restaurants actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and price to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

BALI NASI LEMAK

2 Lorong 15 Geylang, Singapore 388596 DIRECTIONS

Since 1985

What our experts say?
Bali Nasi Lemak was established in Geylang in 1985. It is a casual and simple Nasi Lemak speciality store. Their mission is to create the best dining experience with your families and relatives. Bali Nasi Lemak offers a variety of dishes at value prices. They are featured in many food reviews and guides. Finish your meals with their yummy Pokka oolong tea, Pokka green tea, Kickapoo, yeo's soybean milk, and yeo's chrysanthemum tea. Their Bali set meals are available exclusively for delivery orders. Dine-in and takeaway services are available at Bali Nasi Lemak.

SPECIALITY:
MENU: Nasi Lemak Rice, Sambal Petal, Long Beans, Fried Eggs, Sayur Lodeh, Coconutty Thai Basmati Rice, Luncheon Meat, Brinjal and Dried Shrimp Sambal, Long Beans with Sambal Belacan, Crispy Golden Chicken Drumstick, Hae Bee Hiam, Otah and Curry Chicken, Bali Original Set, Nyonya Otah Set, Fish Cake, Famous Chicken Wing Set & Delight Set

SPrice: Bali Set Meals Starts from S$5.70
Signature Dishes Starts from S$2
A La Carte Starts from S$1.20
Beverages Starts from S$1.80

Registration 42883500K

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ilovebali.sg

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Mon-Sat: 5:30pm - 4am
Sun: Closed

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MALAYSIA CHIAK

10 Eunos Road 8, #B1-151/152 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600 DIRECTIONS

What our experts say?
Malaysia Chiak is a scaled-down version of the popular food spot located in SingPost Centre. It offers all the hearty flavours of Malaysian street hawker meals in an equally passionate setting. The decor is reminiscent of the 1960s golden era and will instantly transport diners to the streets of Malaysia. Malaysia Chiak aims to help Singaporean’s craving for authentic Malaysian street hawker food by gathering some of the best street hawker meals in the whole of Malaysia under one roof. Their menu features prawn noodles soup, Petaling street famous clay pot rice and Klang bak kut teh. You can enjoy their authentic Malaysian street hawker fare without crossing the Causeway. Their dishes are original and traditional from top Malaysian hawkers. Dine-in, takeaway and delivery services are available.

SPECIALITY:
MENU: Penang Style Char Kuey Teow, Penang Prawn Mee Soup and Penang Asam Laksa, Curry Mee and Prawn Mee, Char Kway Teow, Cendol, Dry Chilli Ban Mian & Claypot Chicken Rice

SPrice: Char Kway Teow Starts from S$5

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Mon-Sun: 10am - 10pm

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ANAK BAPAK HALAL MUSLIM RESTAURANT

4A Eunos Cresent, #01-16, Singapore 402004 DIRECTIONS

What our experts say?
Anak Bapak Halal Muslim Restaurant is one of the famous Muslim restaurants located in Eunos Crescent Market and Food Centre. Their restaurant invites you to experience its dishes with your family and friends. At Anak Bapak Halal Muslim Restaurant, you'll find a variety of dishes on their menu, such as beef bak kut teh, char kway teow, mee Bandung, soya sauce, chicken noodles, and more. If you are feeling hungry, no worries, this small hawker centre has a good choice of your hawker favourites. Dine-in and takeaway services are available.

SPECIALITY:
MENU: MALAY: Xiang Xiang Nasi Lemak, Isha Curry Puff, La Porpo, Nurul Delights, Spice and Rice, Kedai Makan Muhajirin, Rosy and Nora, Nusa and Tara, Luscious Lontongs, HAWKER: Shi Wei Da, Joo Chiat Place Fried Kway Teow, CHICKEN RICE: Sing Swee Kee, Yuan Lang Soy Sauce & Green Chilli Rice

SPrice: Fried Carrot Cake Starts from S$4
Wonton Mee Soup Starts from S$4
Char Kway Teow Starts from S$4.50
Seafood Hor Fun Starts from S$5

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Mon: 9:30am - 7pm
Tue-Sun: 10am - 7pm

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