Review: Golden Nur Nasi Briyani (Singapore)



Market Street Hawker Centre Singapore

Golden Nur Nasi Briyani

is well known for its crispy chicken briyani. Roti prata, mee rebus, etc are available as well. Briyani and roti prata are good.

Support :

Crispy Chicken Briyani

Golden Nur Nasi Briyani is well known for its crispy chicken briyani. A piece of crispy fried chicken is served with a serving of rice, achar and curry.

The crispy chicken is crispy outside and meaty inside with very nice seasoning flavours. Its skin is crispy and very flavourful. Comes served with crispy bits of fried flavoured flour. The briyani rice has a nice firm texture, and has fragrant and flavourful taste of added spices. The side serving of achar tastes fresh and limey. As for the curry, it is spicy with nice curry flavours. The curry goes really well with the crispy chicken and rice.

This plate of crispy chicken briyani is good! Truly enjoyable.

Roti Prata

During breakfast and tea time, roti prata is available with choice of mutton or fish curries. Above is their regular plain prata and egg prata.

The plain prata is crispy outside, fairly firm and chewy inside and has nice buttery flavours. The egg prata has a soft egg filling inside, slightly chewy dough and slightly crispy outsides. Personally I like their plain prata. It is good.

The mutton curry is slightly spicy with nice flavourings and tiny bits of chicken meat. Likewise for the fish curry, slightly spicy with a hint of fish flavours. Both curries are nice.

Mee Rebus

At an adjacent stall, mee rebus and mee soto are sold. Above is their mee rebus with a begedil added.

The mee rebus comes with yellow noodles and bean sprouts with boiled egg and tau pok pieces added into a bowl of flavourful sauce. Chopped green chilli, spring onions and a piece of green lime completes it. The yellow noodles is fairly springy and the mee rebus sauce is tasty. As for the begedil, its potato filling is soft and nicely flavoured. However its egg coating is no longer crispy. Still likeable though.

This mee rebus is a rather nice one. I like it.


It costs $14.80 SGD in direct product costs to create this post, done over 4 anonymous visits. All expenses involved in this post are fully paid for by

Help Us to Keep Things REAL.

We are a fully independent publisher dedicated to bringing you 100% REAL & Authentic human-created content about food and travel, places and more. We are free from advertiser control, telling it like it is without bias. But we need your help! As a self-funded organisation, your donations power us to keep creating high-quality content and stay independent. Every contribution, big or small, makes a difference. Help Us with a donation today to Keep Things REAL!

Support :

Disclaimer. As unique individuals, we have our own personal preferences and likings. Your experiences and perspectives may vary from mine.

▴ Affiliate Link

| | | | | | | |


Golden Nur Nasi Briyani


Han's: Chicken Superburger with Egg

Review: Han’s Cafe (Singapore)

Review: Market Street Fried Kway Teow (Singapore)

Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodles: Prawn Mee Soup

Review: Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodles (Singapore)

Parkroyal Collection Pickering: Urban Junior Suite Bedroom

Review: Parkroyal Collection Pickering (Singapore)

Hong Lim Prawn Noodles: Tossed Yellow Noodles & Prawn Soup

Review: Hong Lim Prawn Noodles (Singapore)

Review: Barcook Bakery (Singapore)

Wing Liao Lor: Nasi Lemak

Review: Wing Liao Lor (Singapore)

Review: Rice Garden (Singapore)

Chuan Bee Lor Mee: Lor Mee

Review: Chuan Bee Lor Mee (Singapore)

Review: Min Hiang Soya Bean (Singapore)

Prata Wala: Plain Prata & Curry

Review: Prata Wala (Singapore)

Review: Heng’s Authentic Teochew Mee Pok (Singapore)


affiliate links