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Famous Islamic Restaurant (North Bridge Rd)

Asian, Indonesian, Malay, Malaysian

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10 votes

62987563

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

North Bridge Rd
$16 based on 7 reviews
Located at North Bridge Road, Famous Islamic Restaurant is one of the oldiest Muslim eateries which serves Malay Food. See what foodies like this place for
geetesh • 17 Feb 20131 reviews 0 followers

Guys the lady boss at this place needs a course in customer service(Relationship Management)...she came across as cold and rude.
We ordered a mutton biryani, seekh kebab and naan..Was Disappointed!
This restaurant is a north indian muslim restaurant. Apparently it does not do justice to the north indian muslim food we are used to in Delhi and Lucknow back in India.
Moreover, these restaurant guide publications, visit singapore guide etc all seem to be a sham to me! Either they get bribed to give good reviews or they do not understand a cuisine well.

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  • Dinner3 votes
  • Lunch3 votes
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geetesh • 17 Feb 20131 reviews 0 followers

Guys the lady boss at this place needs a course in customer service(Relationship Management)...she came across as cold and rude.
We ordered a mutton biryani, seekh kebab and naan..Was Disappointed!
This restaurant is a north indian muslim restaurant. Apparently it does not do justice to the north indian muslim food we are used to in Delhi and Lucknow back in India.
Moreover, these restaurant guide publications, visit singapore guide etc all seem to be a sham to me! Either they get bribed to give good reviews or they do not understand a cuisine well.

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Ming Ean Chew • 05 Aug 20121 reviews 11 followers

Mutton was better for me

Chicken was dry and seasoning/rempah did not permeate into the meat.

The rice was healthy - i.e. dry. One of the longest basmati grains i have ever seen.

Something was missing in the meal that did not make this satisfying

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The Hungry Bunny • 24 Feb 2012540 reviews 19 followers

For pictures, please go to http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com/2012/01/islamic-restaurant-north-bridge-road.html 
 
Please note that it's best to dine during the off-peak hours because the place is so tiny. All the tables are crammed pretty tightly so you inadvertently end up hearing the next table's conversation. While the restaurant is air-conditioned, a (slight) downside of the cool surroundings is that your hair does end up smelling of Indian spices by the time you leave the restaurant
 
We ordered:
 
1) Aloo Gobi ($5) -...

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