Dive Into Delicious Israeli Cuisine At This Magical New Restaurant In Singapore

Megan Zara Walsh Megan Zara Walsh - Editor

North Miznon Israel Singapore

A new fine-dining Israeli restaurant has popped up in Singapore. North Miznon is the upscale sister restaurant of the famous Miznon, helmed by award-winning MasterChef, Eyal Shani.

Shani is renowned in Israel for his celebrity status and unbeatable dining experiences. Equally, he is the head chef of 23 hugely popular eateries globally, including branches in New York, Tel Aviv and Vienna, to name a few.

The elegant North Miznon branch in Singapore boasts a 65-seat space that blends a wood and emerald green style, with an open-kitchen paired with bar seats to watch the chefs cook up a storm. Additionally, there is a set of booths that offer a romantic ambience, while the eatery is lite up by candlelight.

North Miznon Restaurant Singapore
Photo Credit: North Miznon

Israeli flavours meets Mediterranean flavours to give you the most authentic food experience. Equally, you can expect an added touch from Italian and French cuisine. For example, dishes include Burning Yellow Potato, which is a German potato topped with sour cream and salsa, and the locally sourced Giant Octopus Carpaccio, or else the Sirloin Roast Beef Carpaccio for meat lovers, to name a few.


Other customer favourites include the array of Mediterranean-style shared platters, such as, The Seafood Platter at $68 or the Cardboard Dessert Tasting Platter at $19, with in-house desserts like the traditional Malabi pudding, apple crumble and gluten-free chocolate cake.

Excitingly, the impressive cocktails and drinks menu doesn’t disappoint either. Be aware that the menu is constantly changing. Nevertheless, you’ll head on a soul-satisfying food journey. Indeed, foodies absolutely must try North Miznon Restaurant in Singapore. And, who could say no to delicious Israeli cuisine?

For reservations, please visit North Miznon website.

📍 110 Amoy St, #01-01, Singapore 069930

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