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The sweet and savoury flavours didn't come together perfectly, but it doesn't matter because it was still fluffy, aromatic and delicious.

The price is inflated from delivery tho it's really q difficult forking out 15+ for just rice.

Nothing too over the top, but unlike some raitas with outrightly sour notes, this one was very nuanced and creamy, which made it very enjoyable indeed

First of all, the roti itself was absolutely stunning. It had the perfect amount of chew and fluffiness. The chicken filling was tender as well, with a strong curry aroma. However, the taste wasn't so overwhelming, with an almost roasted quality to it. Definitely delicious, but considering the small portion, maybe not very worth it

Super intrigued by this dessert ($16) not just by the ingredients and how they will come together but also the visuals. So unique.

This has got to be our favourite item at Thevar, out of all we had. Ending off on a really delicious note with this. There seems to be so much going on but once you eat it, everything makes sense as they all blend together perfectly; the taste & the texture really made this dessert so enjoyable. The halwa kulfi wasn’t too sweet and goes well with the basil oil. The main sweetness comes from the honeycomb biscuits and bites from the pistachios and raisins. A surprise layer of coffee cream/mousse (?) beneath it added such a different dimension to the dish. Really well done and perfectly executed 😍


This was a dish my partner had and when it first came, we both thought the same thing. That’s it? Haha.. the plate looked rather empty with just a dollop of the sauce at the side. 😅

The pork chop ($42) was very flavourful and good even on its own. It was well grilled and marinated that eating it with the sauce elevated the dish with the sweet notes of the mango curry. A good pairing indeed. Only gripe is maybe they could have put some fresh salad at the side to accompany the dish to add some freshness, crunch and visuals of the dish. Just a thought .. 🧐


The main I got since it sounds more interesting besides the pork chop my partner got. This dish ($36) came with a perfectly cooked snapper with spices on the top and the curd rice was honestly reminiscent of my aunt’s curry. Sour notes and just very .. nostalgic. The coconut molee reminded me of the chutney - sambar and coconut chutney eaten with dosai. They were also sourish. Basil oil was used as well but I couldn’t really taste the oil since the other components were stronger on flavours hence quite redundant ..🤨

There are quite a number of things that went wrong with the dish for me. As much as I love the very South Indian taste of it, it just fell short of being a balanced dish. If I could describe the dish in one word, it would be sour. 😕 Not in a bad way that the dish is not tasty but something they can work on by introducing a spicy or sweet notes to the dish. The skin of the dish was also extremely salty with the spices they added on the skin so this dish overall doesn’t really work out for me.

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