🍌 Go Bananas for $40 OFF Premium! Don’t let our biggest Gift Shop sale slip away >
close

451 Joo Chiat Road
#01-01 Katong Point
Singapore 427664

(open in Google Maps)

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE

Reviews

From the Burpple community

Tender, juicy and extremely well-marinated, the chunks were utterly delish. Locked with moisture and the flavours from the spices and yoghurt used, Butter & Spice’s variant of the classic Chicken Tikka also brought a little heat to the table but the homemade yoghurt and mint dip served on the side certainly helped. The slight char around the edges and savoury-sweetness of the meat was simply lip-smacking too.

For some much needed spice during this quiet “Circuit Breaker” period, Butter & Spice has got you covered with their North Indian specialities available for delivery right to your doorstep. Yes islandwide delivery!!

So here’s a throwback to a couple weeks ago when I had their Palak Paneer Set. What a steal at $10, the order includes a portion of tandoor-baked naan and basmati rice. My first ever taste of Palak Paneer, I was surprised by how the spinach puree was so rich, aromatic and tantalizingly spicy. Infused with a medley of spices, the thick pasted gravy was a perfect match to the warm bowl of rice as well as the fragrant garlic naan. Chewy, and not too doughy, the flat bread was able to soak up a nice amount of the sauce with each dip and added a nice touch of garlicky sweetness. Also, not forgetting the soft pillowy cubes of cottage cheese found in the paste which cut a bit of the heat for me and delivered a creamy, mild cultured milk flavour.

1 Like

I recently visited BUTTER & Spice to enjoy some authentic Indian cuisine! ✌🏻 Here are some of the signatures we tried:
.
🔹️Chicken Tikka ($10+): a delightful appetiser to start off your meal right! 😍 Look at that beautiful 🌹 made of tomato! 🍅 Featuring tender chicken pieces in the combination of herbs & spices, I liked the char & smokiness which made it even more fragrant! 😋😋😋
.
🔹️Paneer Butter Masala ($12+): our favourite! ❤ Featuring cottage cheese 🧀 with onions, spices & capsicum cooked in ginger garlic sauce, this was super creamy & spicy! 🌶 So shiok when eaten with their pliable naan! 🌟
.
🔹️Matar Paneer ($10+): featuring green peas & cottage cheese cooked in garlic & ginger gravy, this is less spicy & equally flavourful! 😋 Pair it with their fluffy basmati rice 🍚 & enjoy the robust flavours in every mouthful! 👍🏻
.
Extinguish the fire 🔥 in your mouth with their Mango/Salt Lassi ($2.90+)! I really liked the mango one 🥭 which was sweet & smooth!

1 Like

Their sets each came with a naan and a basmati rice. Love their butter chicken and palak paneer, delicious 😋 good service too!

2 Likes

If you're around Katong, this Joo Chiat Road joint is one worthy contender for satisfying Indian cravings. Expect quality nosh, as everything on the menu is cooked to order. For a fuss-free meal, the 3-Course Set Menu ($39.90) comes with a delicious fish tikka appetiser and two mains, including a fragrant Curry Fish and Chicken Masala in a thick and spicy sauce (best sopped up with the freshly baked naans!).
Photo by Burppler Veronica Phua

4 Likes

According to owner Souren, everything at “Butter and Spice” is cooked to order by his chef who hails from Orissa, India.
We loved the aroma and flavours of all the dishes we had. And thanks to the 1-for-1 Set Meal deal I redeemed on Burpple Beyond, it saved us close to $40.
After we finished our appetiser of Fish Tikka which we really liked, our two mains of Curry Fish and Chicken Masala arrived. The former was unlike the usual South Indian style and had its own unique fragrance perfumed by mustard seeds, coriander and cumin. We couldn’t help but splash a lot of that gravy on our basmati rice. If you can handle the heat, you will relish the Chicken Masala like we did. The thick, spicy sauce was so good eaten with the freshly baked naan.
Dessert was the classic Indian Gulab Jamun but what made the one here stand out was the ginger I tasted in the syrup. Yums!

8 Likes
ADVERTISE WITH US