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When our foodie friend & resident hot dog man Kelly Koh isn’t serving up dangerously delicious dogs at The Rockin’ Diner, he’s out venturing beyond his beloved home turf of Katong for more yummy makan places to try. Surprisingly, his favourite place to chow down on biryani isn’t in Katong and this week, he reveals where to find what, in his opinion, is the best Mutton Dum Biryani in Singapore.
The meat is cooked together with the rice in the same sealed pot till it’s fork-tender – dry, but super-soft. This Dum Biryani is all about texture and how tender mutton can be. And you don’t have to worry about the pungency of the meat – the mutton is decidedly un-gamey after being so skillfully good for hours with the rice & spice. In fact, you get a lovely fragrance from the spices, but it’s not so spicy that it blows your head off. You can get a little extra kick from the curry gravy if you ask for it, but really, all you need is an unadulterated plate of the mutton and rice, with a little fresh salad of cucumber, onion & carrot on the side.
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