6 Stanley Street
#01-01
Singapore 068725

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Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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📍 @miznonsg 🥙
⭐️first Israeli casual eatery by chef Eyal Shani ( judge at #masterchefisrael ) 👨🏻‍🍳
💰 ~ $20-30
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Finally visited the raved @miznonsg first opened in Tel Aviv – and an 11th now in Singapore, first in Asia 🇸🇬🥰 i tried their mushroom pita ($18) 🥙 which is my favorite! A array of mushroom used in the stuffing is deliciously seasoned and grilled charred yet juicy! The erotisserie ($18) is filled with pulled roasted chicken and baba ganoush is spiced well✨tad bit dry for my liking though. Then to this interesting dish: Hraime ($26) which is a spicy Moroccan barramundi steak serve hot in a pan 🔥done flavorfully with a fresh fish 🐟💕 overall, there is many places to get Mediterranean/Israeli food in Singapore and I would say this is one of the recommended ones to have a taste of Israel 🇮🇱

Partner and I visited at about 645pm on a weekday. Ordered two Pitas and both were great (chicken liver and cauliflower) but cannot in good conscience recommend anyone else visit as we later noticed that most if not all the chefs were not wearing masks properly and were handling food with their bare hands. A quick check on other platforms indicates this is a recurring and chronic issue that goes back months and so I can only assume the owners do not prioritise safe practices in times like these. It is a shame as the food itself was very good, but their utter disregard for hygiene is shocking.

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@miznon_tlv was featured by @thehungryfatty back in November 2016 when I visited their main store in Tel Aviv, Israel.

I really enjoyed their minute steak pita sandwich which featured juicy and tender cuts of
minute steak with radish, coriander and tahini, stuffed to the brim in a warm, soft and fluffy pita bread. The flavours are rich and striking yet blended harmoniously well together.

I was therefore excited to discover that Chef Eyal Shani has brought @miznonsg to town! I don't usually fancy lamb but their Abu Kebab just blew my mind. Imagine taking a bite out of the fluffiest pita bread, stuffed with the most juicy and flavourful lamb meatballs, and creamy tahini.

Simply divine.

Managed to secure a table at the eleventh hour at the highly coveted @miznonsg - Singapore’s first Israeli restaurant. Hailing from Tel Aviv, the pita bread that’s based on a secret recipe is air flown frozen from Israel.

If you totally aren’t a fan of bread, then the Hraime ($26) is one main you can order. A spicy Moroccan barramundi stew with tahini, chilli and cilantro. I enjoyed the comforting, tangy tomato stew (lots of tomatoes in it) and it’s wonderful when you dip the pita bread in it. The barramundi was lightly seasoned although the serving was a tad small.

Was it spicy? Not really. Perhaps it can do with a little more harissa.

Almost every item on the menu has vegetables and tahini made from ground sesame seeds sourced from Israel and then mixed with olive oil, lemon juice and salt.

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A flattened baked potato and served on baking sheets. It’s topped with sour cream. A bit too bland for my liking.

Managed to secure a table at the eleventh hour at the highly coveted @miznonsg - Singapore’s first Israeli restaurant. Hailing from Tel Aviv, the pita bread that’s based on a secret recipe is air flown frozen from Israel.

The Hot Chickpeas with melted tahini, hard boiled egg, onion, chilli and pita. The chickpeas were soft and if you want some flavour, eat it with the tahini and chilli. P.S. Thanks chef for giving this to us.

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