Reviews

Singapore Zam Zam Restaurant
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4.2 out of 5 stars

Lewis Liew
Lewis Liew

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I came with great expectations as this is a highly rated tourist to go place for good Indian food.
We ordered the lamb shank briyani, chicken dum briyani, mutton murtabak & and side of fish.
Really disappointed with both briyani. The rice was wet, lumpy & lack of flavour. Have to say chicken and lamb were good and tender.
Murtabak was rather wet and not cooked properly.
Service was not on as well. Our lamb shank briyani came as deer meat briyani instead. When we enquired, the wait staff said we order wrongly. We finally sort it out when they checked their orders again. We asked for an additional side plate which never appeared. So we gave up and did not bother to ask again.
Will I return? …… hahahaha

Salman Al-Farisi
Salman Al-Farisi

3 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Food is ok, nothing wow about it like last time. Even though I ate here before, I strongly believe the quality of the food has dropped quite a bit. The price for the food is still affordable considering the location. The murtabak tastes not that bad but average for me and oily too. The ice teh had too much milk on it so it was more of a milk tea than an ice teh. Overall for the murtabak, I would rate 6.5/10. For the drinks would be 5.5/10. Service will be 7/10.

Tyler West
Tyler West

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Finally a murtabak that impresses. After being disappointed with the murtabak offered elsewhere, I had almost written off this dish as a fanciful affair. This dish found redemption at Zam Zam. In the company of Indian food restaurants in Singapore, Zam Zam stands out for its flavorful food and lovely atmosphere. Menu items strike me as an excellent value and travelers should not leave this dining experience hungry. Bring lots of hand wipes and mind your white clothing!

Razlan Omar
Razlan Omar

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

This is not just a makan place, it is an icon of Singapore! Established in 1908....they maintain their flavours for their dishes impeccably. We tried the nasi goreng ikan bilis, turned out to be delish! Also had their murtabak ayam, Briyani Kambing. All really good as ever!

KIMI CHONG
KIMI CHONG

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Recommended to try the mutton soup and murtabak. It is definitely a must try Indian- Muslim food to taste in Singapore with more than 100 years of experience and history.