27 January 2016

Maziga opens at Clarke Quay, Singapore

Indian fusion cuisine: kebabs served in burgers.
Source: Clarke Quay website.
The new Maziga, at Clarke Quay, is an attempt by the team behind Punjab grill in Singapore to redefine the way Indian food is viewed.

Traditionally, Indian food has been identified by rich and spicy curries and succulent tandoori kebabs, the company says. With a new generation of chefs experimenting with traditional dishes using new cooking techniques and tools, and a new generation which likes to eat healthy and party hard, things have changed. 

"We present traditional Indian favourites with new twists and in all new settings. The traditional kebabs of the Indian nawabs take an all new flavour when served in burger buns. Our mushroom cappuccino shorba takes Indian soups to an all new level.  Or try our traditional bhatti murgh tikkas served in Mexican style quesadillas. Whatever you try, be prepared for flavors and presentations you have not seen before," says the company in a statement.

Housed in the revamped The Cannery (Block C) in Clarke Quay, Maziga's ground floor houses Maziga Café while the upper level is Maziga Club, where disc jockeys spin the latest in Bollywood
and bhangra music.


Maziga Café and Club is at 3C River Valley Road, The Cannery @ Clarke Quay #01-10 and 02-03. Singapore 179022. Make reservations at the cafe at +65 6253 7307 or at the club at +65 6253 5209.