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168/170 Serangoon Road
Thye Chong Restaurant
Singapore 218051

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08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

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08:00am - 08:00pm

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We were walking around Little India last night and wanted to eat chappati from Azmi. Checked Burpple and it showed it closes at 8pm. We continued walking around and chanced upon the coffee shop Azmi was located at and it was still open! ⁣

We quickly ordered 1 chappati and chicken masala to try as we already had dinner prior to arriving. ⁣

I haven’t had other chappati from other places before but I loved the chappati from Azmi. It felt very healthy and I loved the texture of the chappati, it was very chewy! ⁣

The chicken from the masala was good too, it was all very tender! The taste of the curry was quite nice too! I cannot decide if I should eat the tasty chappati by itself or dip it into the curry cus both was good! 😋 ⁣

The next time we’re going back with an empty stomach, I wanna try the keema and the potato! ⁣
💵 Total: $4.50
Rating: ☀️☀️☀️🌤☁️ ⁣⁣⁣

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Find this tiny stall at the junction of Serangoon Road and Norris Road and be treated to the wonderful sight of chapati made fresh. Order a couple of their hot-off-the-pan Azmi Chapatis ($1 per pice) to accompany their delicious meat curries (from $3) and vegetable sides (from $1). Good for sharing is the Minced Mutton Keema ($3.50), the Goat Bone ($5) and their Potato Cauliflower ($1.50). Bring a hungry friend so you can share and feast properly!
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Generous portion mutton masala ($5.50) with Chapati ($1/pp)! Tender, cheap & dope! Love it!

The chapati here was light yet it came with a good bite - slightly chewy, unlike the typical dry and dense chapati. Shout out to their mutton keema, cauliflower and lady's finger too! The mutton was tender, flavourful without any gamey flavour. Why did I not know of this place earlier?


You don’t have to burn a hole in your pocket to have a good meal. Case in point is this humble chapati. Made fresh and served warm, it’s so good with channa masala (chickpeas) and mutton keema. Heck, it was good even on its own. I am not a fan of chapati but after one here, I’m a convert. There’s something about their chapati flour or the way they cooked it. It’s good. In fact, I ended up having two by myself! All these for a grand sum of SGD 7.40. What a steal.


So... we might have gone just a tad overboard in ordering between the two of us, but definitely no regrets!
They're known for their chapatis and it is clear why. Chapati isn't my favourite carb in Indian cuisine, but these might just have changed my mind. They were pleasantly mild in tasting, and were not at all dry, unlike previous chapatis I've had.
Most also order the Keema along with their chapatis, but I actually preferred pairing mine with their chicken curry. It was familiar in taste, and resembled like our prata and curry without all that oil.
If you're a huge tendon fan like I am, please do not miss out on ordering the tulang! Instead of the red tulang that is commonly found in the other Indian Muslin establishments, these were served with the same curry previously mentioned. My mother said the tendons were a little too tough, but I didn't mind a single bit because it had a nice chew. Probably not the best item to order on a first date because chewing around the bone to get to the best bits in the tiniest nooks and crannies (yes all that anatomy lessons have paid off) isn't the most glamorous sight, but it is an immensely rewarding experience.
The ladies finger and dal were great vegetarian options to balance out all that meat too.
But the dish that impressed us the most, was certainly one which we were not expecting- goat's brain. It was delightfully creamy, and both the texture and taste actually reminded us of scrambled eggs. It did have a mild organ taste, but nothing too off-putting. Beautifully spiced, and packed a nice gentle heat. If you're game for it, definitely give it a go!
Overall, a very satisfying lunch that I'm certain will set me in a food coma soon, but I sure ain't complaining. 😌