79 Syed Alwi Road
Singapore 207677

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08:30am - 10:30pm

08:30am - 10:30pm

08:30am - 10:30pm

08:30am - 10:30pm

08:30am - 10:30pm

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Guntur Podi Dosa (very spicy Dosa with Chilli powder) $5.50
Mexican Cheese Dosa (cheese and capsicum) $5.80
Pooris (3pcs) $4.90
Very crispy Dosas and delicious chutneys (dips) which are full of flavours.My favourite was the Guntur Podi Dosa because it was spicy and I personally love spicy food.Would definitely come here again.


We also tried the plantain bajjis and it featured the same light and savoury batter, which I really liked. Plantains are generally flatter in taste compared to bananas, so scoop more of the coconut chutney with these!

Also, they mostly use ghee and pure olive oil (or groundnut/peanut oil for frying) here, and deep-fried dishes taste very clean compared to other places that tend to over-reuse oil (and leave some aftertaste).


Saw Burppler Saundarya’s post on the Chilli Bajjis here and we just had to try it after reading her review.

While ordering, we pointed at "Chilli Bajji" on the menu, but somehow we ended up with this. Not wanting to make a fuss, we decided to just eat what was served (only at the end of our meal did we find out what this was from the receipt).
The sliced green chillies come encased in a seemingly dense batter that was actually light and airy! Dip them in the accompanying coconut chutney for an extra moreish starter!

The batter was unlike any I’ve had before, and after a quick recipe search online, I realise it's probably because it uses gram flour (made from ground chickpeas)!
Can't wait to go back and try the right bajji this time round. Better yet, we'll just show the photo to be safe.


Just opposite Mustafa Shopping Centre along Syed Alwi Road, this little joint serving authentic food from Andhra (South India) is a quiet respite from the bustling crowd. Choose from a list of dosas, snacks and combos for a relaxing meal with a friend. Start with the Cut Mirchi ($4) — deep fried big green chillies in a thick chickpea batter. These tend to be quite oily, but Srivakula prides itself on using only pure ghee, pure olive oil or groundnut oil, making this a delightfully light, crunchy start to your meal. Alternatively, go for the Chilli Bajji with Onions ($3.60) as recommended by Burppler Saundarya Lahari. Share the unique Guntur Podi Dosa ($5.50) — it is large and crisp, with a good sprinkling of chili powder on the inside ("podi" means "powder"). Four very tasty chutneys accompany this spicy dosa. If you're really hungry, go instead for their Thali ($9) — a bowl of rice surrounded by nine little bowls of curd, vegetable curries, chutneys and a sweet cardamom rice pudding for dessert.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Jayne Tan


The dosa itself wasn't the best I've had (sorry, MTR fan for life), but i was so thoroughly impressed by the four chutneys that it came with, all unique and freshly made! The "Guntur podi" refers to the chili powder sprinkled on the inside of the dosa if you look closely, and added such a great kick to the dish. It got a little salty towards the end, so I dusted some off as I went along. Super tasty meal that felt light and not oily at all because they only use pure ghee or pure olive oil!


Must try gongurra rice at Sri Vakula! Perfect for a rainy day. Telugu food lovers will love it!!