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Poori Set ($4.50), Masala Tea ($1.80) A characteristic of indian cuisine as we all know is the usage of spices. Even in light snacks like the poori. Served in a pair, poori is a deep-fried bread made using wheat flour which I could really taste its coarseness. During the deep frying process, steam is trapped within and therefore giving rise to the puffy snack here, and a hollow interior. I tried 2 ways of eating; first tear and dip into the yellow potato curry and Chenna masala (chickpeas), or second, wrap the curry and chickpeas with the torn poori before sending everything into your mouth in a bite. Both worked, but if you would like a more fulfilling experience, then the second method. The Chenna masala, with its chickpeas cooked till really soft, was more heavily spiced than the potato curry but rest assured that both were not heat spicy. In fact, they were really fragrant with spices like cloves and star anise. A concoction of black tea and a mixture of spices such as cardamom and cinnamon, the masala tea is something I would crave during cold weather. Smells pretty spicy but taste, like the sweetness and milkiness, was just right. Delighted to see that it's still served very traditionally in a Davara Tumbler!
Miss Ha
1y
Thosai Meal ($8.50) My eyes were almost as ginormous as this thosai when it landed in front of me. I remember thinking to myself, "Thank goodness I didn't order the masala potato thosai!" Even then, I couldn't finish this plain one. Inspired by the ambience of this old, slightly grungy but vibrant eatery, I decided to eat sans cutlery. Using my fingers, I tore off pieces of the thosai and swished them in turn through each of the dhals and curries before shoving the sopping yumminess into my mouth. What a fun and flavourful experience!
Veronica
3y
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This is kheer. A novel food experience for me. It is a north indian dessert. Inside it has almonds, rice, sugar and milk. Really very nice. Around a dollar plus. #sgvsco #sg #singapore #sgfoodporn #instagram_sg #sgfoodunion #sgfoodairydeals #sgfooddiary #sgfood #instafoodsg #sgfoodgram #sg50 @sg_50 #foodinsta #foodsginsta #foodsg #sgig #instagfood #eatoutsg #instafood_sg @instafoodsg #YourSingapore @visit_singapore #instasg #sgfoodies @sgfoodies #foodreviewssg #burpple #foodieventure #singaporeinsiders #sgfoodtrend #vegetarianchapati #paratha #indianfoodsg
Untohimlj
4y
The paratha goes SUPER well with sugar. But dont put too much sugar. Bad for health. 😄😄👍 #sgvsco #sg #singapore #sgfoodporn #instagram_sg #sgfoodunion #sgfoodairydeals #sgfooddiary #sgfood #instafoodsg #sgfoodgram #sg50 @sg_50 #foodinsta #foodsginsta #foodsg #sgig #instagfood #eatoutsg #instafood_sg @instafoodsg #YourSingapore @visit_singapore #instasg #sgfoodies @sgfoodies #foodreviewssg #burpple #foodieventure #singaporeinsiders #sgfoodtrend #vegetarianchapati #paratha #indianfoodsg
Untohimlj
4y
Breakfast today: paratha + dahl. Only $1.70. Look at that size. It taste so superb. For me it is a cross between prata, naan bread and chapati. Located at trade 21 jurong. Cheap eats tip no. 7! 😄😄 #sgvsco #sg #singapore #sgfoodporn #instagram_sg #sgfoodunion #sgfoodairydeals #sgfooddiary #sgfood #instafoodsg #sgfoodgram #sg50 @sg_50 #foodinsta #foodsginsta #foodsg #sgig #instagfood #eatoutsg #instafood_sg @instafoodsg #YourSingapore @visit_singapore #vscocam02 #instasg #sgfoodies @sgfoodies #foodreviewssg #burpple #foodieventure #singaporeinsiders #sgfoodtrend #tradehub21 #vegetarianchapati
Untohimlj
4y
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Plain Dosa/Thosai At $3.70, I guess this was decent, but I was disappointed. My friends loved it and hyped it up but that's not the only reason why I was disappointed. I always order dosa every time I go to any Indian restaurant anywhere, so I do consider myself a connoisseur haha! The dosa could have been crispier. The sambar was dull...it was basically like daal. The red chutney, which most restaurants are able to do well, was a huge disappointment as it tasted rather bland. I usually never eat the white coconut chutney. Don't like it. But this one was rather spicy, so I didn't mind it. Also, I had not choice but to like it as the other things were rather dull. I'd say Komalas Restaurant is better. And a lot of others, too.
Komal
24w
Appam Set They served one each first and then brought the other appam. So don't worry, the set does have 2! Nice and crispy on the outside and light and fluffy in the middle with delicious light coconut cream. That middle part tasted good enough by itself because of the cream. Nevertheless, it tasted great dipped in the coconut milk and the sugar! The set comes at $5! Pretty filling and worth it.
Komal
24w
Apam, Cheese Dosa and Paper Dosa All 3 dishes were delicious especially when washed down with a cool cup of coke and a popping hot filter coffee! This was my first time trying this restaurant. The dosa was crispy, fluffy and yummy. The chutneys and sambhar were excellent! For all of the mentioned items, my friend and I spent $20.40 and it was perfect.
uma
25w
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Diwali Sweets 450g [$30] Happy Diwali!! Feeling the mood more while devouring into this box of sweets from a lesser known shop highly recommended by my Indian colleague. Boy, it was good! Just a teeny bit sweet 😅 They have a whole selection of sweets. Got to check it out if you enjoy rich and dense desserts. I really appreciate the use of spices in Indian sweets, like cardamom, saffron etc. In my box (left to right) we have the Pista roll, Mawa Peda, Kaju Katli, Sev Barfi. 😍 Pista roll - Kaju Pista roll is an amazing combination of nutty flavors of cashews and pistachios rolled into one. Soft & chewy with an acceptable sweetness. Mawa peda - Milk fudge favored with cardamom. Insanely buttery, rich, milky and it melts in your mouth! Mawa is a milk byproduct that is thicker than regular milk and has a consistency similar to that of ricotta cheese or paneer. Kaju katli - Directly translates as cashew slice. The festive treat is a cashew nut and milk based sweet decorated with silver varq. Sev Barfi - Barfi is a basic fudge from Indian cuisine made of milk, sugar and ghee. This Sev (crunchy noodle made of chickpea flour) barfi is made with unsalted - deep fried crunchy strands of gram flour, milk, unsweetened mava, rose essence, sugar and nuts. This is a House special, was told it is an uncommon sweet and people love the little surprise of a sweet made from sev!
Victoria
36w
Throwback to last Friday’s lunch! It’s funny how surprised my Singaporean friends are with my knowledge of food haunts in Little India. Introducing them to chaats and rotis!
Blueskies
1y
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