Komala Vilas

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~$10/pax
Having opened its doors in 1947, Komala Vilas has become a household name in Singapore. It all began in 1936 when our founder, Mr. Murugiah Rajoo, came to Singapore from India. With his entrepreneurship, dedication and hard work, he established Komala Vilas on 29th May, 1947. Wanting to provide an authentic dining experience, Mr. Rajoo even served meals on fresh banana leaves a time-honored tradition from his home in Tanjore District, Tamil Nadu. Today, Komala Vilas conjures fond memories of delicious dosais, sumptuous thali meals and aromatic South Indian coffee among our patrons. Singaporeans, Indians, tourists and vegetarians around the world continue to seek out Komala Vilas. We aim to offer our patrons an authentic Indian meal at a reasonable price. Komala Vilas serves both South Indian and North Indian vegetarian meals at three locations today.

76-78 Serangoon Road
Singapore 217981

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Wednesday:
07:00am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 10:30pm

Friday:
07:00am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
07:00am - 10:30pm

Monday:
07:00am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 10:30pm

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To quench my thirst, I ordered the Iced Tea ($2.10). It was super sweet and milky, but I loved it nonetheless. Although, I may have to welcome diabetes soon if I keep indulging in these sweet drinks! 😂

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If you're looking for something lighter, the Idly Set ($3.40) is a good option. It consists of 2 steamed rice cakes served with sambar and chutney. The idly itself was soft and fluffy, and the accompanying dips were simply delectable.

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Next, I kapo some of the Mysore Masala Dosai ($6.80) from my friend, which was even more filling, as it was stuffed with spicy potato mixture to add an extra kick of flavour to the dish. The combination simply send me to nirvana.🤣

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A thin crispy pancake made from lentil and rice flour, served with sambar and chutney. The batter was nicely toasty and the sambar and chutney were absolutely delicious.

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Met that one last bwraincell that say its not that far then proceeded to bring us walk from Farrer Park rather than Little India to the Vegetarian eating place all thanks to his poor map-reading skill. Lucky the food delicious or else he will be my meat on the table. 🔪🤭🤗
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I had the Plain Dosai ($3.30), a thin crispy pancake made from lentil and rice flour, served with sambar and chutney. The batter was nicely toasty and the sambar and chutney were absolutely delicious.
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Next, I kapo some of the Mysore Masala Dosai ($6.80) from my friend, which was even more filling, as it was stuffed with spicy potato mixture to add an extra kick of flavour to the dish. The combination simply send me to nirvana.🤣
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If you're looking for something lighter, the Idly Set ($3.40) is a good option. It consists of 2 steamed rice cakes served with sambar and chutney. The idly itself was soft and fluffy, and the accompanying dips were simply delectable.
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To quench my thirst, I ordered the Iced Tea ($2.10). It was super sweet and milky, but I loved it nonetheless. Although, I may have to welcome diabetes soon if I keep indulging in these sweet drinks! 😂
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🚩Komala Vilas Restaurant, 76-78 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 217981
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It's not bad, the spices were there and not overly sweet. Mainly cardamom coming through

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