Growing Up with Briyani: Geylang Briyani Through Three Generations

Hear the stories from the family of the Geylang Briyani stall as they share their experience of running and maintaining this third-generation business legacy and what makes their briyani so well-loved by locals. Established in 1964, Geylang Briyani Stall serves authentic chicken and mutton briyani at the iconic Geylang Serai market. Started by Mr Hamid, this stall spans over three generations and is now run by his grandson, 31-year old Hannan, who has been chosen to continue the family business over a career in mechatronics. 

Participate in a quiz at the end of the video and the first 40 viewers with all correct answers will get to taste this delicacy right at home.

 

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About Singapore Heritage Festival at the National Museum


Look forward to online talks on Singapore’s food heritage, and stand a chance to savour the local dishes featured! In conjunction with this year’s Singapore Heritage Festival (SHF), the National Museum will be presenting a series of programmes celebrating our heritage, traditions as well as inter-generational stories of local businesses.


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Indian Cuisine in Singapore

Briyani is a popular Indian spiced rice dish that is commonly served with mutton or chicken.

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