90 Hougang Ave 10, Singapore 538766 #04-11
Halal Certified · Mixed Food Court · Indian · Chicken · Beef · Lamb
Monday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM Tuesday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM Wednesday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM Thursday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM Friday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM Saturday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM Sunday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PMReport an error
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Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago
Recently, I went to Biryani 47, a biryani store featured on Sethlui and mothership. My family and I decided to try their Devil's Curry, Chicken and Mutton Biryani. One of the first things that struck me about the biryani was the prominent taste of spices in their dishes. The rempah paste was expertly prepared, as the flavours of the spices were very evident. In my personal opinion, some may mistake the robust taste of the spices to be salty. The combination of aromatic spices also created a tantalising aroma. I hate mushy, clumpy rice, so the rice was next up for the test. Thankfully, the basmati rice was well-cooked and fragrant, each grain separate and fluffy. The small details, such as the addition of crispy fried onions, added a delightful crunch and a hint of that smoky "oniony" aroma to each mouthful, elevating the dish. What impressed me was how well all the dish's components complemented one another. The tender chicken and succulent mutton were perfectly cooked, melded seamlessly with the fragrant rice and robust flavours of the spices. Each bite was a harmonious blend of textures and tastes. While I thoroughly enjoyed the dish's spiciness, the chilli might be too spicy for those with a milder palate. However, for spice lovers like myself, it was pretty shiok. Regarding pricing, Biryani 47 is slightly pricier than typical food court options. However, considering the rising costs of quality ingredients, it is understandable and acceptable. The flavours and attention to detail make it worth the slightly higher price point. Lastly, the old-school plates and banana leaves are worth mentioning, which gave me a nostalgic feeling of the good old days. Those added a touch of charm to the dining experience and served as a reminder of the rich culinary heritage the store embodies.
Rated 1.0/5.0 4 months ago
Saw many rave about their Briyani on different social media channels. Looked impressive, so i decided to give it a try. Together with my wife, we went down to their stall inside hougang mall's newly renovated food court. The food court is nicely renovated. Cosy and welcoming. First impression of Briyani 47, it is incredibly expensive. My wife had a chicken Briyani ($9.90) and i had a mutton Briyani ($11.90). To be honest, I feel that the portion is quite small for this price point. The chicken is ok but the mutton is very salty. It doesn't come with egg or the papadum cracker. It came with a piece of under cooked potato. The potato is hardly cooked through in the middle. Very disappointed with it.
Rated 4.0/5.0 2 months ago
This place is famous for chicken biryani. But I have tried nasi lemak there. And if I have to rate the presentation of nasi lemak is up to the mark 5 start for it. The taste is good but not best 4 star for the taste. Service is awesome took only 1 minute . I would love to try other food here as well
Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago
Chance upon this Biryani at the food court of Hougang Mall , surprisingly good. Ordered the devils chicken n mutton. Devils really spicy, chicken r tender gravy damn shiok. Mutton r cooked to perfection except not much gravy given. Overall food is a 4/5. Just that is a little expensive but still worth eating comparing with most common Indian stall charging $7 a portion, their standard is quite close to restaurant standard imo. Would definitely go back again.
Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago
Been wanting to try this for a while. Food is excellent. I got the mutton Briyani, the mutton was so soft and fell apart and melted in my mouth. Definitely recommend if you like mutton briyani. Prices are a tad bit higher but that’s to be expected since they are in a mall. Stall rental is also higher for them too. Happy to pay for delicious food 😊 Also got the Beef rendang Nasi Lemak. The sambal chilli was sweet and spicy 🌶️ but I loved it. Will be back for more when I can.
Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago
Ordered the $9.50 mutton biriyani for dinner..Nicely plated but the mutton piece was the smallest I hv ever eaten in my life. The piece I had, while flavourful was slightly tough to eat. The portion was also small so I wasn't full compared to my usual biriyani meals. The rice was al dented and not mushy. For its price, it was pricely. I didn't see a halal cert except a 100% Muslim owned so had to confirm with the staff if I should place the crockery in halal or non halal. He told me halal tray return.