Warung Kampung has been selling Indonesian nasi padang at the basement of Clark Quay Central since October 2014.
Warung Kampung emphasizes on serving authentic Indonesian cuisine, following recipes that originated from Indonesia. The spices and ingredients used in the dishes are prepared fresh daily. Warung Kampung does not use Monosodium glutamate (MSG), preservatives or artificial colouring in any of their dishes.
Warung Kampung now has a total of 3 outlets in Singapore. Unfortunately, this outlet at the basement of Square 2 @ Novena does not sell ala carte nasi padang. The dishes come in sets, with both Indonesian and Thai dishes to choose from.
Warung Kampung’s Rendang Beef Set [S$6.90] is definitely the best beef rendang I have had in a long while. The beef cubes are extremely tender and well-marinated with spices. You have a choice of white or brown rice and the set comes with a fried egg.
The only downside is the portion size. The rice, fried egg and beef rendang only filled a third of the takeaway box. It somehow makes the $6.90 feel a little expensive.
I am not sure if asking for a less spicy version has this effect, but Warung Kampung’s Green Curry Chicken Noodle/Rice [S$7.50] is sweeter than any other green curries I have had. Other than the sweetness, the curry itself is slightly bland but there are lots of vegetables and pieces of chicken.
Foodpanda offers 15% off for pick-up orders but this is only available for the Indonesian sets.
Warung Kampung does not use pork or lard in any of their dishes but I am not sure if this stall in Novena is halal-certified.
Warung Kampung (Novena)
Address: 10 Sinaran Drive, Square 2 @ Novena #B1-123, Singapore 307506
Opening Hours: Daily 10.30am – 8.30pm
Warung Kampung (Clark Quay)
Address: 6 En Tong Sen Street, Clark Quay Central #01-56, Singapore 059817
Warung Kampung (China Square)
Address: 51 Telok Ayer Street, China Square Food Centre #01-03, Singapore 048441
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 11am – 8.30pm; Saturday – Sunday 11.30am – 8.30pm