669 Geylang Road
Singapore 389596

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10:30am - 03:45am

10:30am - 03:45am

10:30am - 03:45am

10:30am - 03:45am

10:30am - 03:45am

10:30am - 03:45am

10:30am - 03:45am

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If you’re craving for supper food! Go to new scissor cut curry rice restaurant! 👇👇👇


#curryrice #scissorcutcurryrice #supperfood #worthit #worththecalories

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An old gem tucked away at the corner Sin Huat Eating House coffee shop in Geylang Lorong 35.
They have been here over 30years already.
Operating from 9.30am to 3.30pm almost everyday.
Decent and Delicious bowl of Turtle Soup.
Not overwhelming with herbs and spices.
Light and flavourful soup just right for brunch or lunch.
Previous Subsidiary located in Lavender has closed down for some time already.
Priced at S$15 for small 1pax, S$30 for medium 3pax and S$50 for large 5pax.

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I love their lor bak, prawn fritters and curry chicken. If you order individual portions, your plate would be drenched in gravies.

The Royal Flush (S$5.60) features five popular items that people will order from a scissor-cut curry rice stall: pork chop, curry chicken, braised pork belly, sunny-side up and braised cabbage. Putting all five good stuff together into a plate, and pour over those curry and braised gravy, makes the meal a hearty and heavenly combo.

While I was excited to receive a full plate of food, the first mouth was not as orgasmic. Something gives out a bitter (likely burnt) taste and I suspect it came from the curry pot. Moreover, the curry appeared to be a little starchy, as though some attempts were made to thicken the curry but perhaps too much cornstarch was added.

Another plus point about this eating place is that it opens till 3.45am daily, perfect for those who needs a late night supper somewhere in the vicinity. Then again, with lots of food options to choose from, coming back is not of high priority unless the craving is too much for me to handle.


Following the order from the guy in front of me, I got the recommended 同花顺 which apparently means royal flush according to my more Chinese-inclined friend. 😛Basically the full works, it comes with a whooping five different items; braised cabbage, curry chicken, pork cutlet, fried egg and braised pork belly!

While everything tasted good here at New Scissors Cut Curry Rice, it falls a little short of their Beach Road competitor though this will definitely still satisfy any cravings.


Scissors Cut Royal Flush Set ($5.60)
Tried this New Scissors Cut Curry Rice along Sims Avenue. The Royal Flush Set is really value for money as it comes with braised pork belly, pork chop, curry chicken, stewed cabbage and a fried egg. The mixture of curry sauces drenched the entire plate of rice and made this gooey mess really tasty. Individually, the ingredients weren’t as good as the one at Jalan Besar though. Nevertheless, I would still return if I’m in the area. Do also remember to order their asian soup addon. For $2, you get a bowl of hearty soup packed with pork ribs and melon.