805 Bukit Timah Road
#01-03 Sixth Avenue Centre
Singapore 279883

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11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Ordered the Butter Chicken, Dum Methi Machli, Garlic Naan and Cheese Naan. Food was great! And they provide water FOC! I'll definitely visit again when I'm in the area.

Do note that if you've got leftovers and you wish to pack them to go, you've got to pay an extra $1/container.

Ordered the signature Butter Chicken ($17.9) and Chicken Tikka Masala ($17.9) with burpple beyond 1-for-1, added on Garlic and Butter Naan ($4 for 2 pieces each flavour).

So delicious! Came during a rainy evening, and the food literally warmed me up from the inside. There’s something so comforting about a warm naan dipped in the rich sauces...

Of the 2 chicken dishes, I preferred the Chicken Tikka Masala as it was slightly spicier, while my partner preferred the sweeter and creamier Butter Chicken. Both were really delicious! Somehow the Butter Naan paired better with the spicier Chicken Tikka Masala and the Garlic Naan paired better with the sweeter Butter Chicken.

Food was served promptly and there was a small sink to wash your hands before digging in. We were also served a jug of water and some crackers with a dip before the mains were served, which was a very nice touch. There were gravy left that I did not want to waste and the staff kindly packed it up for me as well ☺️

Bill came out to $28.49 after 10% service charge. Overall, so worth it for the quality of the food and good service. Would definitely return! 😊👍🏻


[ Food Review — My new-old neighbourhood Indian restaurant haunt ] Ever since Curry Gardenn closed for good, I’ve been trying to find a replacement in my neighbourhood. Cue a certain someone non-too-subtly reminding me of Indian Curry House at Sixth Avenue Centre. (Thanks for the reminder — my fam hasn’t visited in years, oops!)

Most restaurants tout themselves as offering restaurant quality food using fine ingredients in a deluxe setting/ambience. Big surprise, most of them don’t. ICH extols the same things with one major difference — it actually lives up to the standards! (Don’t worry, the prices aren’t inordinate.)

As it tends to be when we eat out, we were famished, which prompted us to order a little too enthusiastically. And that’s how we ended with this mini feast before us: Mutton Sheekh Kebab ($17.90), Kashimiri Rogam Josh ($17.90), and Chicken Masala ($16.90) as our mains, Aloo Gobi ($12.90) as my much needed veg side, and finally Garlic Naan ($4) for him and Peshawari/Kashmiri Naan ($6) for me. (Spoiler: We had to takeaway a bunch of stuff!)

Goodness, the flavours were even better than I’d remembered! Perhaps it’s a product of how ravenous we were, or maybe it’s my expanding appreciation for Indian cuisine, but I was more than satisfied with everything on our table. (As a bonus, the food arrived hot, and didn’t take too long either!)

A couple of highlights for the night: The kebab was excellent! When I get a kebab, I’m not just looking to have meat roasted on a stick (I can do it in my kitchen, or grab some satay) — I’m looking for that earthen roast and charcoal singe that give the outer layer its characteristic flavour. And yes, you do get that here! Better yet, these were packed with a kaleidoscope of spices bursting forth with each bite. I was smitten.

The other surprise of the night was the rogam josh. I’m usually not one for tomato-centric (and even less so for onion-heavy) curries, but the mutton here was so tender, and the curry was so vibrant, that despite already being full-up lamb from the kebab, I continued to spoon this onto my naan!

Oh their naan was excellent too! Defo get yourself 1-2 servings — the texture is excellent!

(Pst, they may still have 20% off for DBS cardholders!)

Menu provided an extensive array of Northern Indian cuisine. We ordered Garlic Naan, Chicken Tikka Masala and Butter chicken with burrple oneforone deal.

Chicken tikka masala was rich & densely packed with flavour and spices. Butter chicken was aromatic and chicken was tender. Try the garlic naan too! It’s fluffy and the garlic gave it an extra fragrant touch. Best paired w the gravy! Yummy 😋

Will definitely returned for more goodness 👍🏻

Price was $40 for 2 pax.

Aloo Gobi - $12.90
Dal Tadka - $12.90
Tandoori Chicken 2 piece - $9
Garlic Naan 1 piece - $4

This was my lunch today, my first time ordering from Indian Curry House.

FYI: currently there’s 20% off first time orders on their website and 15% off for subsequent orders.

Aloo Gobi - Wish there was more cauliflower. Didn’t quite appreciate the oil smell. Also found it too cheesy for my liking. Definitely have has better versions of this elsewhere. The portion is pretty huge, maybe for 2-4 people. Found this a little off putting.

Dal Tadka - Passable, there’s quite a lot of lentils. But it’s lacking in spices a little. Have had more delicious yelow dal elsewhere. Portion also pretty huge maybe for 2-4 people.

Tandoori Chicken 2 pieces - Nothing really bad to say. It’s not bad. Just a little burnt. Smells good! The smell of the tandoori chicken when I walk past the restaurant was actually what drew me in in the first place.

Garlic Naan: Sadly disappointing. A little oily and rubbery. It looks kind of like a chapati. Not fluffy and crispy and garlicky as it should be! Pretty meh would not order again I think, didn’t really enjoy this.

On the whole, I found the food expensive and the prices not really justified for the taste and quality.

I miss Gayatri, the Indian restaurant near my office! It’s a lot better!

Service was impeccable and food was excellent!

We used the burpple deal to have 1 for 1 for butter chicken and palak paneer as well as ordered a side of naan basket to complete the meal. The food was very delicious - fluffy naan and aromatic curries. There is also 1 for 1 drinks (in house promotion) and the waiter honored both deals.

Highly recommended and will definitely be back :)