697 North Bridge Road
Singapore 198675

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Tuesday:
08:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 11:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 11:00pm

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Zam Zam used to be one of the places to go to for murtabak. However, the clout surrounding the brand for its negative publicity and aggressive touting have led to many unpleasant experiences. In spite of all these, if the food remains good, it is still a place to visit. But, how the mighty have fallen, and fallen hard. The murtabak had a very thick doughy texture while the minced beef filling was tasteless, not even the curry was able to rescue it. Probably give this a miss the next time you think of visiting this institution.

Known for their murtabak, I've had their rendition since young and their quality really stayed roughly the same over the years!

The Mutton Murtabak ($7) was my favourition, with heavily seasoned minced mutton sandwiched between prata dough. The dough is slightly crispy on the outside and chewy within. Paired with their curry, this is one comforting dish I will crave from time to time!

Their Chicken Mee Goreng ($10) also came in huge portions. The noodles were well fried, as they were al dente while being very flavourful! The spice level can be quite high for this one, and it got me ordering drinks together with this 😂 the chicken may be a little dry, but the marination was what got me going for more.

Definitely a place I will come once in a while to get some quality supper fare. Can't wait to be back!

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Established since 1908, this popular eatery is known for specialising in murtabak and biryani, serving well-regarded renditions.
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Uniquely, they offer this beef biryani version of the dish, which is tender with a slight chew, and bold meaty savoury spice flavour from the marinade. Rather satisfying.
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The rice carries a medium grainy spice sweet note, infused with spices such as cardamom, cloves, turmeric, and black pepper; fluffy in parts and clumpy in others, tasty but could do with more stirring.
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Some crunchy spiced cucumbers round this out with bright vegetal sweet spicy flavour.
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Biryani
Singapore Zam Zam Restaurant
@ 697 North Bridge Road
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More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2022/04/best-of-singapore-hawkers-biryani.html

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This has cubes of chewy mutton tossed with crunchy cabbage, juicy peas, and tender potatoes in a vibrant gravy.
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This has deep meaty salty savoury vegetal flavours, and is particularly greasy.
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Zam Zam Restaurant
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This is unique, with chewy minced venison folded into the layers of soft folded egg and dough. This has a delicate savoury spice eggy flavour.
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Zam Zam Restaurant
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This is decent, with the chicken being super tender, bordering moist and dry, and having decent sweet savoury spice notes.
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However, the briyani rice was rather muted in taste, and lacks the side of egg.
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Zam Zam Restaurant
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