One saturday morning…
We are not sure where to head for breakfast.We are early birds.As we cracked our heads for places that serves early breakfast,someone shouted-Let’s go to Changi beach!”
So here we are….in the breezy lazy morning in our flip flops….with grumbling tummy,we went to Changi Village.
MB already had nasi lemak in mind and since international nasi lemak is not yet opened, we tried Mizzy’s corner. For $3 ,u can get the above set.
Looking at his happy smiles as he devoured the hot piping nasi lemak and crunchy chicken wings, I too want to find my HAPPY meal….I noticed a queue has been formed since we sat down at this stall (below)…I wonder what are they ordering?
Fried chicken gizzard and liver with a dash of soya sauce.Yummy!! But I think I rushed the owner that he gave me some uncooked gizzard…weird taste of rawness…but the chicken rice look yummy from afar….
*We had this Indonesian satay during the lunch hour.It’s kinda disappointing,some parts are not well-done, more like medium rare…tastewise, nothing unsual.We were expecting different flavours..cos its Indonesian,its supposed to be EXCELLENT! If u never try Indonesian satay, do try..in INDONESIA, u will be blown away. Anyway the verdict for this stall:Its edible (if u really need ur dosage of satay at that place,at that moment..)
Ramiza Briyani is good too!The briyani is like those yummy briyani in big pots in weddings slowly cooked in charcoaled fire ….and their suji ran out when I wanted to order..so it must be good!
Windy, beautiful weather and scenery……. *Zzzzzz
previous posts on changi beach:
Changi Village Food Centre and Market
Blk 2 Changi Village Road
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