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Indian

Featuring Muthu's Curry (Suntec City), Kopitiam (639 Punggol), Verandah Café (The British Club)
Carrie Carrie
Carrie Carrie

I love the egg prata from the Indian stall. The prata was chewy, and the all-important curry was wonderfully spicy. I usually ask for chicken curry. Thick and flavorful. Their fish curry was fantastic as well. Spicy and sour. So delicious that I get cravings for their curry sometimes. These prata make a good lunch for the next day too.

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I adore the Indian food here. Came for lunch and happened upon their Labor Day buffet! So happy! At just $38 per pax, this was a treasure box of food that dropped from Heaven above. Some of their amazing offerings included pepper chicken, salmon in cream sauce, stir fried pork belly, roast beef and a whole long table filled with delectable Indian dishes. So excited I forgot to take pics.

After gorging on the buffet, I tabao this fish masala for dinner. Very spicy, with a super thick gravy filled with spices. So rich and savory. I got plain naan to go with this. I don’t usually eat fish so this definitely had to be incredible for me to finish it. And of cos, it was.

I have been wanting this since I saw Minwoo and Andy chomping on it. And like those guys, I ladled curry gravy over each spoonful. Wa it was a match made in heaven!

The fried rice had great wok hei, was savory and utterly delicious. Thou chopped into bite sized pcs, large prawns were used, which lent a sweet note to the dish. The rice was beautifully fried and not clumpy at all. Generous chunks of eggs littered the bowl. So good! There were no excess oil pooled at the bottom when I cleared the bowl. So addictive. It was $13, but UOB cards got 10% off total bill.

Ever since I watched Minwoo & Andy of Shinhwa gobble their way thru Muthu’s Curry (Racecourse rd) on One Night Food Trip, I’ve been hankering to do the same.

My first visit to Muthu’s definitely called for their signature fish head curry. The wait was long and I was starving. So when it finally arrived at my table, I was pleased to see a large fish head filled with tender chunks of meat. Quite a generous portion for $22 (S). The fish meat was smooth and I was delighted that there were only large fish bones, not the small pesky ones that I hate. The curry was really quite spicy, with fragrant spices and herbs. I loved the slight tang of sourness. Not too oily either. Almost a perfect dish. The only down side was that there were no veges. Only 4 pcs of pineapples. That puzzled me, cos the description in the menu definitely mentioned vege. But I was getting full, so I didn’t bother.

I asked the cashier while I was paying. The manager beside him was appalled that there were no lady’s fingers in my curry and thanked me for my feedback. Thou I loogi my vege this time, I definitely wanna come back for more.

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