701 North Bridge Road (Arab Street), Singapore 198677
$6 · Muslim Owned · Restaurant · Indian · Beverages · Chicken · Mutton · Fish · Murtabak, Briyani
Monday: 7:00 am – 11:00 pm Tuesday: 7:00 am – 11:00 pm Wednesday: 7:00 am – 11:00 pm Thursday: 7:00 am – 11:00 pm Friday: 7:00 am – 11:00 pm Saturday: 7:00 am – 11:00 pm Sunday: 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Rated 4.0/5.0 3 months ago
Briyani rice is different anywhere you go but will always have some sort of consistency. The briyani rice in Victory Restaurant is similar to most out there, the acar that comes with it is not your typical vinegar or fruit Malaysian acar, whilst the murtabak is similar but not 😁 Prices range between SGD6 for the Murtabak depending on the price whilst the nasi briyani starts at SGD8 a plate. I was so hungry because I skipped lunch that I bought a plate of nasi briyani for myself but I didn’t finish it so I’d suggest one plate for two is enough. Different but tasty all the same. Portion is big and filling.
Rated 5.0/5.0 9 months ago
First time here as I like to go Zam Zam next door. Pleasantly surprised. The place was rather crowded but they managed to find me a seat. The young man at the counter was nice and friendly to take my order. The mutton Biryani I ordered was not heavy. I find it less rich than Zam Zam but was still unique in its ow way. The teh tarik was rather good too. I did not have the opportunity to try the others but will look forward to the murtabaks and other stuff.
Rated 2.0/5.0 2 months ago
I was craving for my favorite Chicken Murtabak from Sin Ming Prata after being away from Singapore for a while. They are closed until Nov 7 because of the coffee shop renovation. To satisfy my cravings, I googled and found some good reviews about Victory and Al Tasneem. I decided to try them both and made a comparison. They were both takeouts. I got to Victory first. The small chicken Murtabak was $8. I was shocked when they brought it out instantly after payment. It was precooked. Anyway, I kept an open mind since I was making a comparison. Next stop was Al Tasneem a couple of shops away. Their small was reasonably priced at $6. And freshly made. See pictures. I requested for Chicken curry gravy from both restaurants. Brought them home and you can see from the pictures, left is Al Tasneem and right is Victory and their curries. Al Tasneem is wrapped with banana leaf while Victory is wrapped in paper. To be honest, they tasted very similar. I was all hyped up by previous reviews but was very disappointed with both the taste and texture. The dipping curries from both were even more sad with hardly any chicken taste other than curry powder. My final verdict: Wait for Sin Ming Roti Prata to reopen. I guessed none of the various online reviewers have tried Sin Ming yet. But to get really good food, you got to get in line and be extremely patient. Good luck!
Rated 4.0/5.0 8 months ago
Two story shop house selling amazing murtabaks and Briyani. The portion size was quite generous for the price you pay.
Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago
1st visit. Like d food especially when d restaurant is not crowded (yet). Prata n maggi goreng r both not greasy. Drinks r mildly sweet, unlike d other prata places. Wait staff is well-mannered n organised. I enjoy d visit v much!