"This is regarded as a Muslim dish created in Singapore, its own nasi tumpeng if you must. It was first served in Singapore in a restaurant back in the 80s. A mount of rice is surrounded by a plethora of spicy meats like rendang and chicken, seafood, nuts, fish crackers, potato cutlets, spicy dried beef lungs, bean sprouts and even eggplants and rain upon with a generous splash of sambal. A regal meal for at least 2 people."
— Ranked #48 at the World Street Food Top 50 2017