Monday, August 29, 2005


805 Bukit Timah Road
#01-03, Sixth Avenue Center,
Singapore 279883
Tel: 68750433

Just down the road from the newly re-vitalised strip where Corduroy and Finch is now situated we move from Western cuisine to Eastern and more specifically, Nothern Indian. Here at Heritage, Biryanis are the house specialty. It might seem a little excessive to pay about S$15 for a biryani that comes in a claypot, but it is really fragrant, sumptious and the meat is tender.

Heritage Special Hyderabadi Kachhe Gosht Ki Biryani

Nosh: There is wide and varied selection in this menu and a slightly small for the more health conscious that would like a lighter and healthier alternative. If I tasted everything I might have had to roll myself out, and since expenses didn’t allow it and the reason ruled over greedy, this are the items that I had – Tandoori Chicken, Kathal Ki Subzi (Tender Jackfruit cooked in Indian spices), Amvitsan Fish curry, chaphatti and of course their stellar – Heritage Special Hyderabadi Kachhe Gosht Ki Biryani (goats meat and the finest basmati rice cooked in a traditional vessel).

The biryani was exceptionally outstanding. The saffron, butter/ghee made the rice so flavourful and brightly coloured and goat meat was extremely succulent and close to melt in your mouth. It was exceptional and easily the best and most expensive biryani I have ever had in Singpaore. The food here is good because of the little nuances that it has. The tandoori chicken was flavoured with a punch and was oven baked with nice charred bits, serves with a double punch mustard sauce that I would advise against putting on your chicken before tasting. The food is good, the curries are rich and smooth and the biryani, well, that has already been established - it is good. And if you fancy something a little more luxurious, they serve lobster/crab tandoori and a crab biryani.

Pay: S$20-S$30 a person.

Efficient and nothing to complain about.


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