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60 Bussorah Street
Singapore 199476

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Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Turn to this restaurant along Bussorah Street for a Turkish feast with the gang! To start, go for the Saksuka ($8), consisting of eggplant, paprika and red tomato sauce lightly seasoned with herbs. For mains, the community can't stop raving about the Patlican Musakka ($24) – think lamb, eggplant, potato, green pepper, tomato and cheese – a super rich dish not to miss out on.
Photo by Burppler Jonathan Lim Jia Jun

Slow-cooked in a sealed claypot, the testi kebab here comes with lamb cubes, potato, onions, eggplant, and tomatoes. The theaterical aspect of this dish is really interesting because the claypot is broken once the fire dies off. It was done carefully so as to prevent the bits of claypot from getting into our food. It's rather wasteful that they can't re-use the claypot, but oh wells. The lamb was really tender as expected with sweet sourish sauce. The taste was kinda similar to patlican musakka without cheese, which is something I enjoy but maybe not when served one after another.

5 Likes

Lamb stew with eggplants and potato and topped with cheese, before getting baked in a claypot. Love how tender and smell-free the lamb was, and didn't know that it would go really well with tomato paste. It feels like eating lasagna without the lasagna sheets! The eggplant and potato added some healthy touch to the dish although I still dipped them in more cheese and tomato paste!

4 Likes

Communal Dining at Kampong Glam is a group dining experience where diners can prebook their table and preorder their meals from a variety of participating merchants via the facebook messenger chatbot called “Communal Dining At Kampong Glam”.

Be it Middle Eastern, Mediterranean or Malay, there are plenty of choices for everyone on the curated menu and food prices are discounted if you order via the application.

The Patlican Musakka is a dish made with lamb, eggplant, potato, green pepper, tomato & cheese. I enjoyed this dish with the richness of the cheese playing a big factor in that. This is a dish that is good for sharing between 2-3 pax; also comes with rice and flatbread.

[Burpple Eatup]

Our eatup completed with this surprise dish. It comes with pot and the chef will light the flame to heat it.

After awhile, the chef will open the pot and pour the dish onto the plate. It was lamb cubs with chopped aubergine, onions, tomatoes, potatoes and herbs.

You order for 1 pax ($29) or 2 pax ($48).

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[Burpple Eatup]

What’s good about Communal Dining at Kampong Glam is that you can order foods from different restaurants, not only one. So the app will assign the table for you based on your order. You don’t need to worry you have to order only from the restaurant that you seated but also try the others, as they will deliver the food to you.

Beside this, Derwish also one of the Burpple Beyond partner so you could enjoy 1 for 1 deal here (Not part of the Communal Dining at Kampong Glam).

If you love to have cheese on your food, then you shouldn’t miss this dish. A special Mediterranean stew (with choice of either lamb or chicken) comes with eggplant and potato; topped with cheese and baked in claypot. They also can serve in vegetarian version. $24+

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