Time Out says
Dig into Singapore’s only true kosher restaurant with rich flavours drawn from diverse Middle-Eastern cultures. Still not sure what that means? Well, most of the local Jewish community shares a common Iraqi heritage, so their local cuisine is similar to Indian food sans curry. Like Singaporean culture, food is a central part of Jewish community life as most of their religious holidays revolve around traditional meals and special dishes (like matzo for Passover, or apples and honey for Rosh Hashanah). Enjoy the lavish spread at Awalfi and after your meal, drop by Maghain Aboth Synagogue to check out kosher produce or the Coffee Bean around the corner, which is – yup, you guessed it – totally kosher.
Awafi was featured in our Keeping the faith article.
24 Waterloo Street
|Opening hours:||Daily lunch 12-2.30pm, dinner 6.30-9.30pm except Fri and Sat.|
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