Bijan in Singapore is the spot to go to if you’re in the mood for fantastic Malaysian cuisine prepared in a halal kitchen. If you’re in the mood to sing for your dinner, then Bijan’s special karaoke room is for you. Gather up a bunch of your nearest and dearest, get those vocal cords ready and warmed up with a nice spicy soup and get ready to sing your heart out. If you’re in need of something a bit more serious, then the meeting room is perfect to impress colleagues and business associates. Whatever your needs are really, Bijan has got it covered, so there’s no excuse not to head over to Guillemard Road in Paya Lebar and join the fun at Bijan. To avoid disappointment, advanced bookings are highly recommended.
If you’re looking for a restaurant that genuinely cares about the happiness of its customers, then look no further than Bijan in Paya Lebar, Singapore. Housing everything from a meeting room for high power business lunches and an east-facing prayer room, to the above-mentioned karaoke room, this place really does have it all. Large bookings for wedding parties of up to 200 people can also be made at Bijan, with free parking available in the vicinity. No matter what kind of night you’re in the mood for, Bijan has got you covered. Halal-certified Malaysian and Singaporean cuisine made with only the freshest high-quality ingredients and fantastic service come together to create a dining experience that is unforgettable and unmissable.
The menu has a wide variety of dishes to choose from but some of our favourites include the satay chicken made with half a dozen juicy chicken fillets marinated in spiced honey and grilled over a charcoal fire; traditional kerabu rice Bijan mixed with fresh aromatic Malaysian herbs and served with crackers and beef; and the out-of-this-world sotong Hitam manis – fresh squid mixed with homemade chilli, lemongrass and squid ink – which is simply divine. So whether you’re on a date, trying to impress investors or just out for a good time with the family, you won’t regret heading to Guillemard Road in Paya Lebar and spending some time at Bijan. Bookings are essential.