Posted on December 4, 2010
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19 responses to “Nihari in Singapore”

  1. Zia Haider says:

    Another good place for authentic Nihari is Mehfil Mughlai at North Bridge Road Food Centre.

  2. Aasim says:

    Usman has got 2 branches; the one you’ve mentioned is in Arab Street / Bussorah Street; it is a bit high end one; to me their food is not as good as their other branch on Desker Road / Off-Serangoon Road, Near Angolia Mosque/Mustafa – You have to alight at Farrer Park and walk to the restaurant.

    Their Nihari so far is the best you’ll get in Singapore; at times it often beats the better ones back home.

  3. Umar says:

    Just in case if anyone want to try a Pakistani restaurant other than Usman, one is located at Tempines Street 29 or 23 i guess called Afghan Restaurant. I like Usman restaurant more though.

  4. Zubair Khan says:

    I was craving something authentic Pakistani and thanks for posting this article. Upon your recommendation, I found the Uthman restaurant very close to Sultan Mosque. I asked the person upon entering the restaurant if there are other locations and they said they have 3 all together. I went to the one on Arab street right near the Sultan Mosque and I ordered Chiken TIkka, Chapli Kabob, Tandoori Roti, Daal and it was AMAZING! I could not have found it any better….I have had excellent Pakistani food in Barcelona as well and this place was just as good. Amazing find!