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Singapore 068725

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm


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Beef Ragout and Eggplant melting into each other. Tahini, Pickles, Chili and Parsley. Beef ragout was alright, flavour was good but I am not a fan of minced beef which was used. But the eggplant!!! Super delicious. Some were charred so it had that smoky flavour, all were soft and tender and literally melting into the beef ragout, vv tasty! There was a rly yummy creamy buttery thing in there too, think it was bechamel? Tahini added another dimension of flavour, while the pickles, chili and parsley provided a much needed refreshing element to cut through the heavier flavours. Pita was as usual, super fluffy and wonderful. It’s super saucy so it’s v moist, and I think they added olive oil too. Downside is that it can get pretty messy, and the pita becomes soggy at the very end. Nonetheless, yet another flavour they have done well and I will be back to eat my way through the flavours!


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📍Miznon, Telok Ayer📍
💸 Falafel Burger: $14
💸 Pita Candy Brisket: $24
💸 Rotisserie Broken Chicken: $18
💸 Fish and Chips Pita: $21
💸 Tatami Biscuit Cake: $14
*Prices not inclusive of GST
Had a great pitas night at Miznon😀! We loved their pita bread, super soft and fluffy. It's nice to have it on it's own with the nutty and savoury tahini, and also with different fillings in it🥙. They were all pretty good, but what surprised us was the Falafel Burger. The falafel patty was soft and moist on the inside and crunchy on the outside, super good and unlike what we've had before🤩!! Ended on a sweet note with the Tatami Biscuit Cake🍰, an Israeli tiramisu, and whew, we were stuffed at the end😗!

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For a sucker punch to the senses, head down to this smoky, casual open-air pita joint along Telok Ayer, where they blare loud music and ring a bell by the countertop every time food is ready to serve. I've been told this is not "authentic" Israeli food and it's catered to local tastes, but it's not like I know the difference.

Pita Candy Brisket ($24+) -- a very prominently charred strip of brisket alongside tahini and a couple pickle strips that you might hesitate on at first but they actually complement the meat really well?! So much oomp and so much depth.

Fish 'n Chips Pita -- kind of flops compared to the ostentatious brisket but it'll do. The barramundi is nice and fresh but otherwise not memorable.

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guys i tell you, their pita bread is SOOO soft. softer than your pillow. and best news is that it’s FREE FLOW. good for those with huge appetites. green chill and the tahini sauce also free flow. tahini sauce is a Middle Eastern condiment made from toasted ground hulled sesame.

highly raved by my colleagues, i decided to go for the falafel burger this time round. tbh it’s my first time eating chickpeas so it was surprising that i could accept the taste. actually taste similar to mashed peas??? the patty had a thin layer of crisp and was rather thick that i couldn’t finish it.

previously had the candy brisket burger which was good too.


Great for Meatless Mondays, the Falafel Burger Pita ($14) was more light-handed on the seasoning in my opinion. Loaded in the pita were a falafel patty, tomato steak, sour cream, chili, onion, pickles, and aioli. The combination had nice contrasting textures as the tomato was juicy, the pickles were crunchy, and the tender patty had a bit of crisp on the outside. Thankfully, the fried patty wasn’t as herbaceous as I thought but I would have enjoyed more oomph.

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