Indian cuisine is another one of my favourites. Simply love the Indian spices with the dishes. There are a lot of places offering authentic Indian food. Personally, I have a couple of joints that I like to go to.
First being Muthu’s Curry. Usually, I would go to the outlet in Suntec City though they have other outlets in Dempsey Hill and Race Course Road.
Muthu’s Signature Fish Head Curry
Muthu’s Chicken Chukka – Boneless chicken cooked with onions and seasoned with chef’s spicy chili sauce
Mutton Vindaloo – Spicy gravy of mutton cooked with potato until meat is tender
Bindi Masala – Ladies finger cooked with a paste made from tomatoes and onions
Aaloo Gobi – Potato and Cauliflower cooked together with cumin seeds and other spices
Masala Prawn – Tiger prawn cooked with chili, tomato and an array of spices
Malabar Fish Curry – A non spicy fish curry finished with a dash of coconut oil
Dum Biryani Mutton – Long grain basmati rice cooked with meat and mint served with Raita (yogurt salad) and chicken gravy
Chicken 65 – Chicken pieces marinated with yogurt, Indian spices and deep fried until crisp
Biryani Rice – Fragrant basmati rice cooked with cashew nuts and 2 vegetables
Butter and Garlic Naan
Next joint will be Curry Garden. They have outlets in Punggol Ranch, HillV2 and Turf City. Most of the time, I will go to the HillV2 outlet as it is nearer to my place.
Mutton dum Biryani
The food offered are almost similar in nature with some differentiation in presentation but all of them taste really good.
Another joint worth considering will be Bombay Dining at Pasir Panjang. I have been to this restaurant a couple of times. The food is nice, authentic and importantly value for money as well. This restaurant offers a different fusion of cusines as it serves North Indian, Indo-Chinese as well as Mexican.
Mutton Sheekh Kebab – an extraordinary minced lamb kebab combined herbs with indian spices cook in tandoor
Fish Masala – fish cooked in a mildly spiced sauce
Goan Prawn Curry – a popular traditional hot spicy dish
Mutton Dum Biryani – marinated lamb with dum basmati rice, herb and spice
Butter and Herb Naan
Washing it off with a cup of Masala Tea – a traditional indian tea
Another joint worth considering will be none other than The Banana Leaf Apolo at 54 Race Course Road.
Hot & Sour Vegetable Soup – Hot & spicy soup cooked with vegetables and herbs
Vegetable Kholapuri – Assorted vegetables gently cooked in tomato gravy enriched with onion
Biryani rice with vegetables – Flavoured basmati rice served with two types of vegetables
Apolo Mutton Dum Biryani – Long grained basmati rice cooked with Indian spices and nutton cubes in dum style (steamed over charcoal)
Mutton Masala – Mutton cubes simmered gently in thick indian gravy
Chicken Tikka Masala – Grilled chicken pieces cooked to perfection with onion
Butter Chicken – Grilled boneless chicken cooked in butter based onion and tomato gravy
Fish Malabar – Boneless fish cubes cooked in simmering thick coconut gravy
Fish Tikka – Marinated fish cubes grilled in tandoor pot and served with mint chutney
Seafood Naan – Indian flat bread stuffed with seafood coupled with Indian curry ingredients
Garlic and plain naan – Leavened Indian flat bread gently cooked in tandoor pot.
One other more joint that is worth considering, Samy’s Curry at Dempsey.
Samy’s Signature Curry Fish Head
Gobi 65 (Cauliflower)
Briyani Rice with Veg
Butter & Garlic Naan
So, if you are one of those who enjoys spicy food, I would recommend that you give it a try and share your experience with me. ☺