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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Reviews

From the Burpple community

[Miznon]
Had been hearing about people rave about Singapore's first Israeli restaurant for the longest of time, and so I was pretty excited to finally get to try their food.

Falafel Burger ($17)
This pita comes with a huge slice of tomato, sour cream, chilli, onion, pickles, and aioli. The falafel patty came crispy on the outside, and was decent in flavour, although I'd pick the Abu Kebab over this for stronger flavours. Pretty much loved how the pickles are so fresh and juicy for both pitas, which elevates the experience for sure.

There's also free flow Pita bread and Tahini at the counter, but do save your stomach for the mains 🤭😉.

Overall Rating: 7.5/10

[Miznon]
Had been hearing about people rave about Singapore's first Israeli restaurant for the longest of time, and so I was pretty excited to finally get to try their food.

Abu Kebab ($24)
This pita came loaded - stuffed generously with beef and lamb meatballs, tahini, salsa, chilli, pickles, onion and parsley. No idea how they did it but there were definitely min. 5 of these meatballs that were pretty juicy and flavourful. The gamey taste isn't too overpowering here, so even for someone who isn't a fan of lamb, I'd gladly gobble these up. I pretty much enjoyed the flavours here, and I'd have to say this pita is crazy filling.

There's also free flow Pita bread and Tahini at the counter, but do save your stomach for the mains 🤭😉.

Overall Rating: 7.5/10

🍴DINE OUT🍴
📍Miznon, Telok Ayer📍
💸 Candy brisket: $24
💸 Abu khebab: $24
💸 Tatami: $12
...
Since its opening last year, it's been tough trying to get a reservation at miznon's but we finally snagged one during weekday dinner!🎉 Super excited and glad to say that we were not disappointed at all. The pitas were all overflowing with sauce and ingredients, really a beautiful mess and flavour party in your mouth!🤤 We love their pita bread which was super soft and fluffy. The bread itself was so good that we couldnt help ourselves but to order a few rounds of their free flow pita bread😅😅. Also, we definitely recommend their candy brisket for the pita as the brisket literally melts in your mouth!!🥙

Lastly, round up the meal with a sweet treat of israeli tiramisu.🍰 At first, we were skeptical as most of it was cream with very thin layers of cake. However, we were pleasantly surprised as the cream had cheese in it instead of being plain cream! So good that we scrapped every last bit off the plate🍽️~

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
📍 Miznon, Singapore
🍴: Abu Kebab ($24)

SO EXCITED to be sharing about @miznonsg here, considering I’ve been wanting to pay them a visit since 2018 when I was still in Melbourne but missed my chance 😭 I think they opened in late 2020 here but I waited till last month for the initial hype to die down a little.

FIRST OF ALL, keyword above is “a little” because they’re still swamped. Not surprising since this is Singapore’s first Israeli eatery!

Despite being hella packed on a Friday night, service was still top notch 👏🏻 their servers were super friendly & checked in on us regularly. Diners are offered a free side of pita ends with tahini sauce when seated too!

I got the Abu Kebab, which is a pita stuffed to the brim with lamb & beef meatballs, tahini, chilli, salsa, pickles, onion and parsley.

1) The entire pita was literally the size of my head.

2) THE PITA BREAD ITSELF WAS SO SOFT, like a fluffy cloud. Life-changing, never gonna buy those stale pitas from the grocer again 😟

3) IIRC I think I counted like 5 MASSIVE meatballs?? How did they even manage to cram all of that into the pita without it falling apart? 🤔 impressed.

4) The meatballs were PERFECTLY cooked as well. I’m talking charred on the outside, pinky on the inside 🤤

5) Wow they’re generous with the other fillings.

6) My only complaint is that my pita bread wasn’t served warm, but I enjoyed it so much that it didn’t even matter much since the taste more than made up for it.

By the end of our meal, they were giving out free liquorice shots to all their diners.

I was really looking forward to trying their Baby Cauliflower Flower as well, but they haven’t been able to serve it for a while due to something about supply? 🥺 all the more reason for me to pay a second visit though!!

Fluffy soft homemade pitas that were were a tad bit pricey definitely, but super generously filled from top to bottom. Had their Ratatouille & Chicken Liver pitas and liked the latter more for the very well seasoned and seared chicken livers. Addition of tahini, spring onions and salsa also enhanced the complexity of the flavours which otherwise would have been too heavy. Portion was huge and I’d personally prefer to order these for sharing to change it up a bit. They also serve free flow pita with very creamy and nutty tahini, so you’ll sure to leave absolutely stuffed!

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Best authentic Israeli pitas you can get in SG. Reminded me of what I ate in Israel. Slightly pricey but totally worth it. The special brisket was so well charred yet still melts in your mouth. Love the generous, smooth and creamy tahini with free flow pita bread that you can help yourself with while waiting. Definitely worth a try!

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