Famous nasi padang restaurant Chopstix & Rice relocates to Suntec City with vibrant Indonesian fare

The popular Indonesian restaurant, Chopstix & Rice, has relocated from Orchard Towers to the bustling Suntec City, making its hearty nasi padang dishes even more accessible.

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Chopstix & Rice had humble beginnings, starting out as a modest stall within Orchard Towers in 2002, before being acquired by local caterer Neo Group in 2022 and moving to Tower 4 of Suntec City in 2023. Helmed by Madam Loij, who has over 2 decades of culinary expertise, this restaurant presents dishes rich in colour and flavour, with each creation being carefully curated by Madam Loij and her son, Wilson Tan.

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Madam Loij’s passion for excellence has earned her the title of ‘Master of Rendang‘, and the restaurant has even been visited by several local celebrities, including Chen Han Wei, Fiona Xie, Romeo Tan, Christopher Lee and Fann Wong!

Sinar Pagi Nasi Padang: Traditional Kapau-style nasi padang with over 40 ingredients since 1960s

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Wondering what delectable dishes await you at Chopstix & Rice? Dig into their signature dishes, such as Ayam Lemak (S$8.90), featuring chicken simmered in golden curry, bird’s eye chilli, kaffir lime leaf and lemongrass, or go for the stunning Ayam Goreng Belado (S$8.90), containing fried chicken, home-made Belado sauce, a variety of chillis, lime and spices.

You absolutely must try the award-winning Beef Rendang (S$14.90), which is made with lob-cut beef and a signature secret chilli paste that has been passed down from generation to generation. For something a little different, go for Paru Goreng (S$8.90), which are parboiled beef lungs that are seasoned with a blend of spices and fried.

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Credit – Chopstix & Rice

Seafood lovers should try the Assam Fish Head (S$25.90), yet another award-winning dish made with a fresh red grouper fish head stewed in tamarind, laksa leaves and home-made chilli paste, or the signature Fried Seabass with Belado (S$21.90), containing a fried seabass glazed with home-made Belado sauce.

Give yourself a fibre boost with Chopstix & Rice’s vegetable dishes, like the must-try Sayur Lodeh (S$7.90), Chap Chye (S$7.90) or Sambal Goreng (S$7.90).

There’s no better way to end of a meal than with a sweet dessert. Why not go for Chopstix & Rice’s Cendol (S$3.90), made with pandan jelly, coconut milk and home-made gula melaka?

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Chopstix & Rice

3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall Tower 4, East Wing, #B1-100/101 , Singapore 038983

Chopstix & Rice

3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall Tower 4, East Wing, #B1-100/101 , Singapore 038983

Telephone: +65 8613 3765
Operating Hours: 11am - 9pm (Daily)
Telephone: +65 8613 3765

Operating Hours: 11am - 9pm (Daily)
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