Curry Mussels

$16.00 · 46 Reviews

The mussels were more plump than your average mussel, and the curry was quite rich and well-balanced - not too spicy or coconutty but sufficiently lemak. I enjoyed the mantous with the crisp exteriors!

Overall, this is a decent place but I felt like there were more misses than hits. Maybe because we are not really the seafood kind of people so we couldn’t properly appreciate it. Probably wouldn’t return, but if you do visit I would recommend the curry mussels and the canto grouper, and perhaps the seabass pasta. Service was not bad, they give a brief introduction of each dish when they serve it, but the timing that the food came could be better managed.

SEABASS pate with sour dough. It was a very carb loading meal because we have the curry mussels and we added more mantous naturally. My friend thought the sourdough was rather oily. It was pan fried with butter. It was very crisp. Goes very well with the pate.

Had the curry mussels, prawn dashi aglio olio, crab risotto. I loved the crab risotto. All of them were full of flavour and were fresh. Can’t wait to go back and try more!

The curry was quite unique, they said it's a blend of Indian and Chinese but I felt there's a certain sour quality that stands out, not to say that it's better than what you have normally. What is better, definitively, are the mussels. They're very clean and not briny at all, take it from someone who doesn't eat mussels at all normally as I've very sensitive to brininess. Definitely worth a try due to the quality and freshness of the mussels

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Super flavourful south East Asian style curry with big and fresh mussels. The mussels were cook to perfection, not chewy at all just nice and tastes fresh from the kelong.

Curry gravy is super hearty and comforting. The mantous went really well together. Additional mantous can be ordered with additional 2$ charge.

Would come back for this dish!!

Verdict: 4.5/5

I loved the combi of curry mussels with mantous - curry was like what the staff said “a mix of Indian and Chinese curry”, the mussels were sizeable and fresh, and the mantous were absolutely perfect! Really crispy on the outside and fluffy and fragrant inside. The curry can be a bit richer, or pack a bigger punch with its spices.

Back to try this farm to table concept again after they relocated to their new location at Hamilton Road. This place is more spacious than their previous shop at Haji Lane.

As always, the seafood is very fresh as they are mostly caught locally at the Ah Hua Kelong.

Started off with Curry Mussels and Smoked Seabass Pate. Curry mussels was excellent like before and it was very satisying to dip the mantou in the curry. 1st time trying the seabass pate - it was very flavourful but not fishy. The pate tasted better in a bigger bite.

Living up to the reputation of one of their most popular dishes, the 𝐂𝐮𝐫𝐫𝐲 𝐌𝐮𝐬𝐬𝐞𝐥𝐬 ($𝟏𝟔) was incredible. The plump mussels bathed in the Indian curry, that held a lingering spicy kick, and a tang of sourness. The bold flavours of the curry went well with the pillowy soft mantous, with an impressively crisp exterior.

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Highlight of our meal! The musselz were very fresh, huge and juicy!! The curry is exactly what Scaled staff mentioned, somewhere between chinese and indian curry, absolutely delicious that we even top up another serving of the mantous to dip in the curry😋😋

Homemade curry with fried mantou. Brilliant choice to soak up all the sauce. Alternatively, you can also opt for the curry mussels pasta!

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