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Singapore Zam Zam Restaurant

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This landmark Indian-Muslim restaurant opposite Sultan Mosque has been serving nasi biryani, murtabak, roti prata and other dishes for over 100 years.

Daily: 08:00 - 23:00

+65 62986320
$7 based on 43 submissions
Vibrant/Noisy (18 votes), Lunch (16 votes), Dinner (15 votes)
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No Regrets Murtabak & Briyani!!! Worth The Money!!!

If you can wait patiently for the waiters to take order and for the food to arrive, you can go over Weekend - Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Surely a treat for your hunger pangs. But if you can't wait patiently and if you are very hungry, go on the Weekdays, Monday, Tues, Wed and Thurs. I bet you, your HUNGER WILL BE SATISFIED!!!
 
 ZAM ZAM!!! YUM YUM!!!

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Chicken murtabak8 votes
  • briyani3 votes
  • Murtabak2 votes
  • Chicken or Mutton Murtabak - double portion dough. Eat till drop.1 vote
  • Nasi Briyani Beef1 vote
  • Sardine Murtabak1 vote
  • any prata is good1 vote
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• 03 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

No Regrets Murtabak & Briyani!!! Worth The Money!!!

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If you can wait patiently for the waiters to take order and for the food to arrive, you can go over Weekend - Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Surely a treat for your hunger pangs. But if you can't wait patiently and if you are very hungry, go on the Weekdays, Monday, Tues, Wed and Thurs. I bet you, your HUNGER WILL BE SATISFIED!!!
 
 ZAM ZAM!!! YUM YUM!!!
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• 03 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

The Best Murtabak & Briyani In Singapore!!!

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Patronised ZamZam over the weekend to have dinner. The restaurant was brimming with crowd. The waiters were preoccupied with existing and new orders. Having several orders in hand and assuring proper service is definitely a feat. Despite that, I waited patiently for them to take our order. A apology was made prior to taking our order. The food arrived shortly. My personal favourite is the "Chicken Murtabak" which was finger licking good; crispy Murtabak stuffed with a considerable amount of shredded chicken. I savoured every morsel of the murtabak. However my cravings were not satisfied. As such I had a second round of serving. My Parents tried the "Chicken Briyani" and complimented on the unique flavour it left on their tastebuds!!! I will recommend everyone to try the "Chicken Murtabak & Briyani" As I personally guarantee to be the best in Singapore
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• 01 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst dining experience ever

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The food sucks & the prices are unreasonable. I wouldn't even recommend this place to my enemy!  I order beryani dam and what came was essentially the mutton with some rice covering it. I had to order another plate of just rice to have a proper beryani. 
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