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For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$25) 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) 鈥 think lamb, eggplant, potato, green pepper, tomato and cheese 鈥 a super rich dish not to miss out on. Photo by Burppler Jonathan Lim Jia Jun
Burpple
7w
Testi Kebab ($29 for 1, $48 for 2) 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.
Irene
17w
Patlican Musakka ($24) [or $15 via the Communal Dining at Kampong Glam App or FB Messenger] 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!
Irene
17w
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Mixed Kebab Platter ($49.90++ for 2 Pax) Must say that this has been one of the better (if not best) kebab platters I鈥檝e tried in Singapore?? 馃槏馃槏 Meat was far from dry and very very tasty, albeit a little too salty towards the end of the meal. Loved the generous portions and great variety of 5 different kebabs (chicken, beef, lamb chops), all of which were done fantastically (yes even the chicken). Bonus of salad at the side was refreshing and a blanket of Arabic rice was really really flavourful and helped to balance out the meal. Lovely attentive service with water provided and nice outdoor al fresco ambience, definitely do give this platter a try! (Especially since it鈥檚 available on eatigo 50% as well!) 馃憤馃徎馃憤馃徎
Ade
22h
Mezze Platter ($25.90++) Served cold with two slices of pita bread, this was quite a nice starter with 5 different mezze - Hummus, Mutabbal, Babaganush, warq Anab and Fattoush salad. However, dips were average and nothing spectacular in its flavour profile so not quite sure if it鈥檚 worth this price tag (even with eatigo鈥檚 50% off). Great service with nice al fresco Aladdin vibes, but prefer my pita bread thick and fluffy rather than thin and flat 馃ズ馃ズ All in all, interesting place to try, but can definitely find better hummus and other dips elsewhere!
Ade
23h
Mixed Kebab Platter ($49.90/2 Pax, $74.90/3 Pax, $93.90/4 Pax) We struggled to finish the mixed platter of 4 different kebabs and lamb chops. While the minced chicken and lamb kebabs that were marinated with Arabic spices and chili had a good chewy texture, the cubed versions were a tad too dry, gamey and hard for chewing that we eventually gave up eating. The lamb chops were succulent, and excellently executed especially with the earthiness from cumin in the rub. Pair the meats with the subtly spiced Arabic rice for a balanced overall taste. Fortunately there was a salad and their special sauce made from peppermint, somewhat like a mint chutney, to neutralize the strong meatiness.
Miss Ha
15w
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