Helmed by a Bangladeshi migrant worker turned chef-owner of Briyani 47, their rice dishes are so delicious it drew long queues from briyani lovers across Singapore.
Their first outlet is located at 343 Yishun Ave 11.
Not your typical briyani
According to reviews online, their briyani dishes has a unique yet authentic taste and is different from the usual briyani found in Singapore. It also has flavourful basmati rice, tasty curry that is not too rich.
Here are some photos of their dishes IRL.
Briyani 47 also has Tofu Briyani which is a meat-free alternative we don’t normally find in stores here.
Now in Hougang
If Yishun is out of the way, you can now find Briyani 47 at their new outlet in Hougang (also near Serangoon).
According to the signboard, there’s also a new Fried Chicken Briyani on the menu at $6.50.
The stall is located inside Foodhub 159 coffeeshop.
They are open for business starting today (30 May) which likely has the same operating hours which opens from 11.30am to 3.30pm daily except Tuesday.
Only takeaway orders are allowed since there’s no dining in due to the Phase 2 restrictions.
Briyani 47 (Hougang)
- Address: 159A Hougang Street 11, Singapore 531159
- Opening Hours: 11.30am – 3.30pm daily (closed on Tue)
- Nearest MRT Station: Serangoon (10min walk)