Review: Hussain Muslim Food (Singapore)

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Kovan 209 Food Centre Singapore

Hussain Muslim Food

is a malay muslim stall serving the usual mee rebus, gado gado, nasi lemak, etc. Quite decent.

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Mee Rebus

This mee rebus has a nicely flavoured sauce that is slightly spicy and nutty with grated bits of peanuts. It comes with fairly firm and springy yellow noodles and some bean sprouts. A boiled egg, a piece of green lime, chopped green chilli, spring onions and crispy shallots are added to it. The begedil is an extra. Quite likeable.

Gado Gado

This gado gado comes with quite a load of stuff. There are pieces of potato, bean curd, tempeh, rice cake, crackers, long beans, some bean sprouts and a boiled egg topped with a nicely flavoured peanut sauce. The sauce is spicy with grated peanut bits, with a savoury taste containing a note of sweet.

The potato is soft, the fried bean curd is soft inside with a chewy skin outside, and the tempeh is firm with nice flavours. The cubes of rice cake is firm and yet fairly soft, and the crackers are crispy and airy. The begedil is an extra add-on.

The gado gado is available only on weekends and is rather enjoyable.

Mee Goreng

This mee goreng comes with slices of fish cake and a fried egg. The begedil is an extra. It has a soft potato filling that is nicely flavoured and deep fried with an egg coating that is very mildly crispy but mostly soft. The mee goreng has spicy flavours. Its yellow noodles is kind of soft though. A dollop of sweet tasting sambal chilli is provided on the side. This mee goreng is quite ordinary.

Nasi Lemak

Hussain Muslim Food serves nasi lemak as well. This nasi lemak comes with a fried chicken wing, an omelette, ikan bilis and peanuts. The begedil is an extra.

The fried chicken wing has a crispy skin and moist meat with nice seasoning flavours. The omelette is soft and contains some onion bits. The ikan bilis is savoury and crispy, and the peanuts is crunchy. The rice is quite fragrant and flavourful. Comes with a thick slice of cucumber and a sweet tasting sambal chilli on the side.

This plate of nasi lemak is a decent one for sure. I like it.


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