Nasi Padang Lady, Ayer Rajah


Nasi Padang is rice served with various choices of pre-cooked dishes. It is originally from Padang city (West Sumatra, Indonesia), hence the name. In Singapore, it’s used rather loosely for any Malay/Indonesian stall selling rice with a variety. I took this when I ordered to bungkus (takeaway).

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