New Jollibee menu item – $5 Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy

Nasi lemak continues to be one the hottest dishes in town. Even the Philippines-grown restaurant brand Jollibee has decided to spice up its Singapore menu by introducing a new $5 Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy Meal.

New Jollibee menu item - $5 Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy

Nasi Lemak in Singapore

Nasi lemak is a popular Malay dish of coconut milk rice served with sambal and various ingredients. In Singapore we get a wide variety of nasi lemak at different price points – from the simple nasi lemak wrapped in banana leaf available in hawker centres to premium nasi lemak at Les Amis’ Lemak Boys.

The taste of the humble dish is so well-received that there have been contemporary twists given to the traditional nasi lemak. There was the McDonald’s nasi lemak burger; and there were also Maki-San’s maki lemak, Old Chang Kee’s nasi lemak curry puff and even Swensen’s nasi lemak sundae.

New Jollibee Menu Item

Jollibee Menu
Jollibee Menu

One of the most popular items eaten with nasi lemak in Singapore is fried chicken. Jollibee has been serving spaghetti and rice to go with its fried chicken. So someone in Jollibee Singapore should get a big bonus for coming up with the simple idea of combining Jollibee fried chicken with coconut milk rice. The new Jollibee menu item – $5 Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy – is certainly generating a fair bit of interest.

Jollibee Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy

The newly launched Jollibee Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy is available in Jollibee outlets in Singapore as well as on food delivery platforms. You can also order ahead online for take-away.

We decided to join the long queue at Jollibee Paya Lebar Square to try out the new item on Jollibee menu.

The a la carte Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy is $5. The set, which includes a drink, is $6. Jollibee Nasi Lemak comprises a piece of fried chicken (either original or spicy flavour), sambal, ikan bilis, hard-boiled egg, cucumber and coconut milk rice.

The signature Jollibee fried chicken did not disappoint. It was succulent and the batter was perfectly crispy. Very delicious. The ikan bilis was very crunchy and tasty. The sambal was good – tasted like legitimate nasi lemak sambal. It was not too sweet and not too spicy but packed a sufficient kick. The weakest component of the dish was the coconut milk rice. It was a tad too soft for us and not lemak enough.

Not bad but not lemak enough

Overall, the Jollibee Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy is not bad at all. The only disappointment is with the rice. There are definitely better coconut milk rice in other places. However, the sambal and ikan bilis will make the nasi lemak at Jollibee quite enjoyable. If you like fried chicken with your nasi lemak, Jollibee’s Chickenjoy is probably one of the best versions of fried chicken you can find in nasi lemak stalls in Singapore. Jollibee Nasi Lemak Chickenjoy is a decent nasi lemak meal at a very reasonable price.

Food: 3
Service: NA
Value: 4
Atmosphere: 3
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs 3 Tops

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Jollibee Singapore Outlets

Changi City Point
5 Changi Business Park Central 1, #01-37/38, Changi City Point, Singapore 486038

Jurong East MRT Station
10 Jurong East Street 12, #01-0, Singapore 609690

Jurong Point
1 Jurong West Central 2, #01-32, Jurong Point Shopping Centre, Singapore 648886

Lucky Plaza Basement 1
304 Orchard Rd, Basement 1, #B1-038, Stall 14, Asian Foodmall, Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863

Lucky Plaza Level 6
304 Orchard Rd, Level 6, #06-48A, Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863

Paya Lebar Square
60 Paya Lebar Road, #01-05/06/07, Paya Lebar Square,Singapore 409051

Square 2
10 Sinaran Drive, #01-07/12/160/161/165/166, Square 2, Singapore 307506

Suntec City
3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-123/124, Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983

Tampines Smart City Kitchens
10 Tampines North Drive 4 JTC Space #01-05, Singapore 528553

Waterway Point
83 Punggol Central, #B2-06, Waterway Point,Singapore 828761

Woodlands MRT
30 Woodlands Avenue 2, #01-19/20/21/24/25, Woodlands MRT, Singapore 738343

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