First came to Islamic in 1960 with my family and have periodically come back over the past 60 years. The briyani was always the best but it just isn't as taste as it used to.
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Food taste 9/10 (best i ever tasted) Food portion/size 8.5/10 (maybe i am a big eater) Food price 7/10 a little expensive cause of service charge. Too many service pple and 1 dont understand english.bandung for 3 bucks is costly .Nice art in the restaraunt...More
I had an appointment after lunch at the nearby hospital l and was brought here by two of my colleagues. While the restaurant's decor was some what dated, it was comforting and exuded a slight air of dignity. The tables were all covered in individual,...More
We went to Masjid sultan during lunch hours. Spotted the restaurant and immediately wanted to give it a try. Order a mutton and a chicken biryani. Loved the service, awesome taste. Worth if you are in the area. Not worth a special trip. Cheers.
In my search for the best nasi briyani, someone recommended this restaurant. The place is somewhat unique and vintage, I like those wall potraits though. We had mutton and chicken briyani. Both Briyani dishes are superb..!! The differences from the indian style I had in...More
Our trip to Singapore wouldn't have been complete without coming here. Came here about 20 years ago with my family (different location) and my father used to come here with his father in the 1950's. My children are the fourth generation to eat here. We...More
Love the nasi briyani and it is delicious. Portion is generous. I recommend you go for the set menu, including some veggies and coffee or tea. Remember to add $1 to upgrade to masala tea, nice.
So in my quest for the best nasi biryani in SGP I visited Islamic over the weekend. The place has a lot of history and the restaurant was packed, thankfully I found a table for one but bigger groups had to wait much longer. I...More
Great place for a traditional Halal meal, which carries a lot of history. The founder cooked for the nobles and powerful people during the colonial era, and ambiance still carries that essence.