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Authentic Italian (but halal) dining al fresco is what you can expect at Singapore’s ZF Cafe by Chef Zali. It’s a simple mandate, but its proving incredibly popular, making the limited seating at this Geylang riverside bistro even more in demand. The fact that there is only outdoor seating available ZF Cafe’s Grandlink Square, Guillemard Road premises does nothing to deter the hungry hordes, all eager for a taste of Chef Zali’s renowned Italian cuisine.
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Reservations really are recommended at this very popular Singapore bistro. ZF Cafe by Chef Zali is right to have the brains behind the outfit named in the title. After all, Zali is also known as King Juara Memasak from his television cooking show appearances. And the celebrity chef definitely knows how to make authentic Italian cuisine, using only halal ingredients as befits his famous cafe’s location in Singapore. ZF Cafe is found, to be precise, at Grandlink Square along Geylang’s Guillemard Road. You can spot it because it’s almost eternally packed with people enjoying the al fresco setting and delicious Italian food. Like we said earlier, reserve a table to avoid disappointment.
The best-selling dishes served up at Singapore’s ZF Cafe by Chef Zali are the divine lobster pasta and tenderloin or ribeye steaks with black pepper sauce. Other popular options to be enjoyed riverside at this Grandlink Square bistro are the branzino pico de gallo (sea bass). And perhaps the best dessert in Geylang can be found down Guillemard Road – ZF Cafe by Chef Zali does a great dish of chocolate ice cream resting on a pool of molten white chocolate. Did we mention you should reserve a table well in advance?