I know the plate may look messy but this is a perfect example of the saying : "Do not judge a dish by it's presentation.". As soon as you have your first bite and you'll totally forgive the cook for the quite sloppy look of your briyani plate. I really enjoyed the long grain briyani rice which was fluffy and flavourful. For additional omph, I would add some yellow curry which they call gravy over my rice.
You can choose your chicken part and sadly for my first meal, I got the breast part. For my succeeding visits though, I knew better and happily got the thigh and leg combination. The chicken was very tender and it was surprisingly not so oily. While it may be red in colour, it's not spicy at all.
I brought Paul and Pan for lunch here a month ago and they both loved it! The best way to enjoy your Fried Chicken Briyani is to have it with a pack of papadums. I tell you, I'm crazy about these papadums! Dip it into the yellow curry and I'm pretty sure you'll truly understand why I'm so addicted to it..that is if you're into spices, herbs and Indian flavours too.
When in Singapore, visit Kamal Restaurant at 7A Stanley Street near the Tanjong Pagar MRT Station. They're open from Mondays to Saturdays only.