11 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599736

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This is the place for the best Malay's soto ayam in the continent. The soup is thick and very flavorful. The amount of shreded chicken is very generous. And it is only $3.50 includes bagedil. It has been my go to place for soto ayam.

Every time I come to Al Azhar, I would have Kway Teow Goreng Kerang (cockles) here. Some days I would travel to Al Azhar just to have it. This is my order of *upsized* kway teow with *extra* kerang. And it only cost $7.50! This oily goodness is not too salty, with a tinge of spiciness to it. Made my evening :’)

It's Maggi goreng (double tambah ayam goreng) time! Ok, that's all.

One of the best places for Halal Northern Indian Food, we spent about $50 in all here for: Naan (Kashmiri, Butter and Garlic) [enjoyed the Kashmiri the most]; Cottage Cheese Spinach [Palak Paneer, reminds me of Nepal somehow]; Butter Chicken Masala [tandoori chicken was used]; Mutton Do Piazza [my fav out of the 3, sweet and flavourful, need more mini green chili!]; Aloo Gobi [curry cauliflower done to perfection] and Iced Neslo [Nescafe+Milo]! Definitely must try stuff other than satay and roti if you are there!

I seriously still always feel that al azhar’s standard is inconsistent but it no doubt provides very fuss free and quick service.

One of my all time favs is the Tom yam soup and I always order it with fish. It is very spicy and I will ask for the chili padi to be removed. It’s the sour spicy shiok kind that’s potent but will always draw you to order.

Decided to go with the satay, chicken was a little dry but I enjoyed the mutton which was quite succulent.


I loved ordering Naan when I had a chance to, preferring them over Roti Prata. And every time I visit Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant, I would not fail to order a Kashmiri Naan (S$4.50), which contained candied fruit and chopped almonds.

The uniqueness of this dish was that the Naan bread were usually doughy and dry, and the ingredients added surprises of sweetness and crunch. Not sure if anyone else would eat this with curry or butter chicken, but kids and people with sweet tooth should give this a try.

Anyone knows where else would sell Kashmiri Naan in Singapore?