9 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089117

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Thursday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Friday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

At this mod-fusion Indian restaurant their tapas servings of classic indian dishes are pulled off very well.. delicious, innovative yet familiar šŸ‘šŸ¼ However for me their stars come out at the end of the performance.. we had the banana dessert and carrot halwa kulfi which were truly awesome and a befitting end to a truly great gastronomic experience.

Smooth halwa kulfi atop a deconstructed carrot crushed pistachios and puffed rice base to end a meal at Thevar. Food was tasty and waitstaff excellent
7.5/10šŸ˜Š

Think ondeh ondeh chaat style.. bite size crispy puri taken in one crunchy bite with the masala cream bursting in your mouth. Very flavourful start to a great meal

The standout dish at Thevar was the veal bone marrow murtabak. The murtabak "skin" was crispy, the meat a tender but punchy accompaniment. It was so rich and sinful - I wish I had another helping.

Other faves: the crispy pork jowl wrapped in betel leaf (held together by a flavourful sambal aioli), as well as the eggplant pajeri.

I hope they get a new place soon though! The restaurant is rather narrow and as such too close to the grill where food is prepared. The aesthetic also relies heavily on dark interiors and lots of mirrors to pass off for generic modern / contemporary but could do with some details.

This mod-Indian place was pretty good in general. One of the great dishes was this fried pork in a unique way wrapped in Betel leaf. Quite an interesting twist, using Indian flavours. Definitely worth a try!

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Crispy Pork ($14)
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The keto diet-esque crispy pork @thevar.sg makes dieting seem like a breeze (or not). Served with a hearty dose of sambal aioli and jalapeno pickles, the slowcooked then deepfried slab of meat is then wrapped in a betel leaf ready to be eaten whole. The bite is juicy with slightly crisps textures at the edges and the betel leaf did an amazing job cutting away any ounce of greasiness from the meat.

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