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等級4 2014-09-08
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Visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2014/06/zam-zam-singapore.html for more reviewsWhen we were talking about Nasi Bryani and Murtabak, a number of my friends had suggested that I should give Zam Zam a try. Zam Zam, probably being one of the best known Muslim Restaurant in Singapore is located in North Bridge Road just opposite Sultan Mosque.This institution has stood more than a century serving legendary Indian-Muslim Dishes in the 2 Storey High Shop house.As it was a hot Saturday afternoon and we were directed to the 2nd Floor of Zam Zam via the narrow aisles of the stairs to enjoy its air-conditioned environment. There were no physical Menu that served right in front of our eyes but rather all the availabilities were well advertised by the side of the walls.Environment was cooling with few units of Air Con mounted on the wall blowing constantly towards our direction. To start off, we had our cups of Teh O Limau and Ice Limau while settling down and waiting for the mains to come.Personally, I find that the level of sweetness was abit over for me.Just like most Muslim / Indian Eateries, a slip is given for the total dishes ordered.With a long history and recommendations by word of mouth, high expectations for Zam Zam are inevitable. I had ordered their Mutton Murtabak and indeed there were slight differences from the usual ones I had. The layer was crispy with minced mutton stuffed in between, mixed with chopped onions.Personally, I find that the Murtabak I had was ordinary and nothing to rave about. They were of course not too chewy and not too doughy type, carrying the main characteristics of what should be from their cuisine.For those who are more adventurous, they have Bambi (Deer) Murtabak and you may want to try them out.The other must tried recommended by the menu was their Briyani. Basmati rice was soft and fluffy with not much of dryness. They are perfect on the go with the fish curry to accompanied with and I'm enjoying every grain of it.Beside enjoying the long grains on the plate, I'm quite please with the big size chicken coated in orange red curry sauce. The meat was tender and fresh. If you are a small eater, it is best to share the dish.Though I find that they may not be the best in Singapore, I still think that for such long history in the food heritage of Singapore, this is a Must Go for foodies. Or if you have some calories to spare, do try them out.For service rendered, the servers were rather friendly and food were all served efficiently. 繼續閱讀
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Don’t be surprised, I was having my supper again. Zam Zam was an eye-catching Mamak restaurant along North Bridge Road, consisting of two floors. Diners may have air-conditioned space upstairs or alfresco downstairs. Menu was pasted on wall, extensive with some the choices in valuable set. I ordered only the basic Prata, an utterly crisp. Buttery fluffy inside, the dough was slightly burnt. Curry was heavy-flavoured, thickly mushy. I could not stop eating it, every bite was so delicious. Pipping hot when it served, all their Prata were freshly done on the spot. Teh-O in hot was fragrant, not overly sweet. $1.00 for mine, the price remained unchanged. Another great place for supper, best flipping Prata was sold here. 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2013-08-27
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Let me be the first one to give a negative review.... We were slightly peckish and what we want is just some drinks and something simple to eat. At 10.30pm there was nothing much to eat around arab street except for those 'western, middle eastern eats . So we decided to cross the road to Zam Zam . We procceded up the stairs to the 2nd aircon level. Prata would be a good supper choice no? But guess what! They do not have prata! What they have are bryanii and mutabak and mee goreng. So since we are there already might as well order a plate of mee goreng. It was really by far one of the worst plate of mee goreng ever eaten. It cost $4. Veggie tasted uncook, meat was tough, noodles were clammy and slightly oily. We just couldn't finish it..Trust me i wouldn't be going back again. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-07-30
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One night, I was hanging out with my friends around Bugis area and as it was getting late, most restaurants were close except for some steamboat restaurant. Not being able to stomach a buffet of food late at night, we decided to head over to Zam Zam for some affordable soul food that not only fills our stomach but must be good too.Located just opposite Sultan Mosque, there was a huge sign outside that says Zam Zam that is impossible to miss. We stepped into the eatery and went upstairs to be seated as it was warm and stuffy on the ground floor where all the kitchen action was taking place. No surprise it was crowded as this is one of the popular eateries around.Being hungry, I couldn't resist ordering a glass of Teh Tarik ($1) to warm my stomach up for delicious food to come. It was frothy with a good layer of foam at the top. It tasted smooth with a nice aroma of tea without being too overpowering with the sweet condense milk.I waited awhile for the Egg Prata ($2) to be served and it does look interesting, I must say. The egg yolk was concentrated on 1 side of the prata and the other side doesn't have a bit of egg. It does seem weird but well, I get to taste the original and with egg by paying for the price of 1 egg prata. No complaints as the portion was huge! However, the Mee Goreng ($3.50) looks better in presentation as the colour looks appetizing. With the chilli paste and aroma mixed nicely with bits of egg around the noodles, it tasted delicious too. The Mee Goreng may seem good but could be a little oily for some. There goes a saying, “good things comes with a price!" My friend had the Chicken Brayani ($4.50) which I felt that the standard has dropped over time. Previously, the chicken was bigger and meat of it was tender and moist. This round the chicken was tough and dry and the brayani rice wasn't that fragrant at all.Despite some hits and misses, I felt that the service at Zam Zam can be further improved too with the wait staffs being more attentive to customers who wants to make orders and the time for food to be served can be cut down.However, the price of the food is affordable and is one of the cosy and homely spot for late night supper! 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2013-06-08
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I'm not a fan of Indian food, but my friend brought me here to try anyway. She told me their signature dish was Murtabak, so we tried that.The portion was really huge, with beef and chicken. The chicken one inside was very spicy, the outer layer was fried till very crispy but after few bites, I find that it is a bit too oily. Also must try their teh tarik. It is very nice, thick but not too sweet. Recommended for those who like greasy and heavy portions of food. 繼續閱讀
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