The queues form early and the tables upstairs are difficult to secure, but it’s all worth the effort. The spicy flavours are intense and vibrant. Seriously impressive is the tender barbecued chicken that is dropped into a sunny, coconut curry sauce, while the towering stack of tahu goreng is sweet, crunchy and peanuty, and the braised brinjal – coated with ruby-red sambal – deserves a plate of rice all to itself. Either show up really early or draw straws in the office for queuing duty.
|Venue name:||Sinar Pagi Nasi Padang|
13 Circular Road
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 9am-10.30pm; Fri 9am-11pm; Sat noon-2am.|
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