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229 Jalan Besar
Singapore 208905

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Friday:
11:00am - 03:30am

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:30am

Sunday:
11:00am - 03:30am

Monday:
11:00am - 03:30am

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:30am

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:30am

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:30am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

So I’m not into greasy stuffs but I decided to give the famed curry rice a try and didn’t regret it! It was delicious, it looks thick but doesn’t taste as thick as expected. Some may say it’s quite thin but it’s still nicelt flavorful so I think it’s not much of a problem. Something that can be recommended to tourists!

It’s even better when it involves lots of curry, braised sauce and sambal. Famed for their namesake, they will literally use a pair of scissors to cut whatever ingredients you choose from the window of food. The rice is then drenched with three kinds of gravy; two types of thick viscous curry and a braised gravy. My usual picks that I get to go with my rice include the chicken cutlet, braised cabbage and ngor hiang which is a pork filling with water chestnuts that’s rolled into a beancurd skin and deep fried.
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Scissors Cut Curry Rice
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Shared this plate bc we were unhungry after our gym session. I don’t normally go for curry rice, but this was not bad. We got cabbage, sunny side egg, lu rou & cutlet, which was drenched in the brown sauce + curry. Liked the soft cabbage and lu rou more, egg was normal while I would have preferred the cutlet to be a bit more crisp. The colour of the cutlet was a bit pale, idk if they under-fried this batch or it’s supposed to be like that? Liked the sauce combo on rice, would revisit! But I feel like it’s damn sinful and I won’t get a craving for this so maybe like next year ahahahhaha

Curry makes the dish. Ordered chicken cutlet, spam and long beans but was given cabbage instead which was fine. Wish there was more rice given! I even heard another patron requesting for an extra serving of rice.

This comforting plate drizzled with thick curry and brown sauce. You get to choose the dishes you want to make your own plate.

Far from it. It is sloppy, gooey, messy; but it's a delicious mess. And the curry rice here ($5 for mine) is one of the best.
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This generous flood of sauce was a marriage of curry and braise sauce. The result boasted an impressive ensemble of flavours — a harmonic balance of sweetness, fragrance, umami with just a gentle touch of spiciness that kept the dish interesting. It was gloriously thick and clinged onto all the components effortlessly.
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I particularly enjoyed the fried pork chop which was crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, and paired very well with the sauce. It did get soggy after a while though. Talk about not judging a book by its cover; this curry rice is a textbook example.

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