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Mr Biryani (Little India)

62 Wishlisted
~$10/pax
Serving Authentic Hyderabad Dhum Biryani

32 Norris Road
Singapore 208272

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Fresh chicken marinated in ginger garlic, spices, fresh mint & coriander, fried onion, yogurt & cooked with fine basmati rice

Great to taste, portion size fair. Absolutely authentic Biryani.

Initially this Biryani was $15 and even bigger portion size. Lately they have increased prices and also reduced quantities.

Luckily taste and quality is still the same and is really good.

4 stars

Are you a fan of Indian BRIyani? 🇮🇳 If yes, do check out @mrbriyanisg! I enjoyed their Family Pack ($68nett incl delivery) - feeds 2-4pax! 😍
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🔹️1 Starter: Chicken Tikka
🔹️2 Biryani: Hyderabad Chicken Dhum Biryani & Boneless Mutton Biryani
🔹️2 Dishes: Butter Chicken Malasa & Goan Fish Curry
🔹️2 Naans: Plain & Butter
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Featuring fluffy basmati rice & well-marinated chicken 🐔 slowcooked to tenderness, their signature Hyderabad Chicken Dhum Biryani is bound to delight you! 🤤 The mutton biryani was equally yummy, cooked with succulent pieces of lamb 🐑 & hand-grounded spices. 😋
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Can't go wrong with their flavourful Chicken Tikka for starters! 👍🏻 Their creamy butter chicken masala & goan fish curry 🐟 with a slightly tangy flavour both paired well with their pliable naans! 🌟

For every Hyderabad Chicken Dhum Biryani ordered in the month of August, Mr Biryani will be matching and donating an equal amount of up to 1,000 biryani sets to feed families in need.

Feature Famiy Pack (2-4 pax).
1.Chicken Tikka for starter.
Very tender and aromatic.
2.Hyderabad Chicken Dum Biryani.
Flavourful chicken served in tasty Biryani. A bit spicy the gravy.
3.Boneless Mutton Biryani.
The mutton very tender and don't have smell at all.
4.Butter Chicken Malasa.
Tender chicken in buttery gravy with a smooth rich texture.
5.Dal Tadka.
6.Garlic Naan.
7.Butter Naan.

💰$68 nett and inclusive of islandwide delivery.

For order, can check this link https://order.mrbiryanisg.com/#/

Lets Eat yummy food and do good things at the same time 😊
📍Mr Biryani.
32 Norris Road.

I have been to the restaurant many times, and even ordered during the circuit breaker, and now during the Phase 2 period, we are finally back to dine in again. Consistency is key, while quality goes hand in hand for a place to survive, and that’s what Mr. Biryani has managed to achieve then and now. The instant the lid of this biryani is off, you can immediately smell the aromatics from the spices and as you take your first bite of rice and chicken, you truly can taste what a good biryani is and what sets it apart from the rest.
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✨ Mr. Biryani
📍 32 Norris Road, Singapore 208274
🛵 https://order.mrbiryanisg.com
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Influenced by both @veronicaphua & @juliuslim, I paid @mrbiryanisg a visit after a two month overdue visit to the barber since it was in the same ‘hood and all. Of course, they only do takeaways & deliveries for now, so I was sat on the train back home with everyone looking at the delicious package dangling between my legs. I’m talking about the package containing my order of Rack of Lamb Biryani ($16) and a side order of Veg Kurma ($7), you filth.⠀

The Rack of Lamb Biryani was crafted from a gargantuan lamb rack which was ravishingly redolent, and only very mildly gamey. I’ve had lamb biryani at other brilliant biryani merchants, and I must say that Mr Biryani’s is the probably most luscious lamb I’ve had out of the trio. It’s stunningly seasoned, mildly gamey, and it’s the most juicy & tender lamb that ever came with a biryani. It’s cooked with a masala mix, but the meat itself was pretty mild.⠀

Well, I later found out where all that masala had gone to. It was fully absorbed by fluffiest, most competently cooked dhum basmati rice at the bottom. The rice was dhummy good, I tell ya hwat. Better yet, there was so much of it I left half of it for another meal and still had more than enough for both meals. Oh, that masala was savagely spicy, and I became a dragon the next morning. Well, I wasn’t spewing fire out my mouth, it was coming out the other end of the digestive tract.⠀

Despite that, the biryani hurts so good. I’ll just have to remember to keep a pint of milk on deck so I don’t spit fire from the wrong end.

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