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7 Best Biryani Food Stalls in Singapore Worth Queuing For

Looking for the best biryani Singapore has to offer to satisfy your craving for your favourite biryani dishes with good chicken and mutton meat and that flavourful bismati rice? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of biryani eateries below.


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A nasi briyani food stall in the CBD area of Singapore is considered rare. But you can find one here at Thambi’s in Amoy Street Food Centre. The food is not only authentic, but also a healthy dish, that is healthier than many others. What is so special about Thambi’s nasi briyani is that it is cooked with peanut oil. It is so hard to find indeed!

Hanifa’s Briyani Specialist

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Do you love fish briyani instead of the usual chicken or mutton one? An average briyani dish here costs $5 and it is worth the eat with buttery rice and fried mackerel slice which has a good dry texture. When you bite them, you will feel the good blend of flavours together. Though the mackerel slice looks hard at the outside, once you bite into the inside, you will realise how soft the bite can give you, especially feeling the greatness together with the rice.

Skeikh Indian Pakistani Food

This nasi briyani food stall is located at ABC Brickworks Food Centre near Queenstown area. With a good Tandoori Chicken meat, this Tandoori Chicken Nasi Briyani melts well in your mouth. With the spicy gravy which is rich with mutton, and the yellow fluffy rice, this whole dish really emanates a good Indian Pakistani flavour all in your own mouth when you bite onto the food.

IJ’s Yummy Punjaby

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This briyani is the Hyderababdi Dum Briyani. It comes with a few white egg slices. The dish is full of spices mixed together. Read more about this North Indian food.

IMAM Banana Leaf Restaurant

This briyani stall is just a few walks away from Kallang MRT Station. Not only is it good for its convenience and central location, it is also good for being open 24 hours 7 days a week long. But the nasi briyani is only served from 11am onwards and it lasts till the last one is purchased for the day. The Mutton Briyani has a succulent mutton piece with its gravy on the side. Blending it together with the dry rice does give a good taste to make your day well.

Al Habib

Punggol has good Muslim food stalls and one of them serves good mutton briyani. Al Habib stall ticks with such irresistible briyani which Muslim eaters do rejoice with. As this is one of the best food in Punggol, read more about this.

Mami Midah Briyani

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This nasi briyani is one of the best ones influenced by Malay rather than Indian Muslim cuisine. The chicken is doused in curry that is thicker than usual and the rice has a strong masala scent. With the fragrant rice and acar acar, there is a good balance between sweetness, sourness and spiciness altogether in this dish.

Have you tried any of the briyani food establishments listed above? What do you think of their food quality, ambience and customer service? Or do your choices differ from ours? 

Whatever your thoughts are on our list of the best biryani Singapore has to offer, let us know what you think and comment below!

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