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Went by for lunch. It was packed and there was a queue as we left. This is quite the institution for Singaporean style South Indian curry on a banana leaf. I truly love the cabbage dhal, fish curry and Mysore … Continue reading
I didn’t know this place existed till my relative from Perth recommended it. At the time they were located at Peninsular Plaza but have since moved to Funan. Higher prices but better ambience. The mutton briyani here is famous, but … Continue reading
Been coming here for years and raving about it to relatives. Miss this a lot during the lockdown period. Back then this stall was not as famous as Allahuddin. When we first tried the Yakader chicken dum briyani, the chicken … Continue reading
Usually come if there’s a parking lot right in front of the stall. Just seems convenient. However, service is very inconsistent. Mostly rude, often ignored and you are made to feel invisible, even when the place is relatively empty. There … Continue reading
In my subjective opinion the best teh halia (ginger milk tea) in Singapore. I like my tea, sweet, milky, smooth, not tannic and the ginger doesn’t need to be overpowering .
Back the millionth time to Yakader at Tekka Market which is a testament to how much we like it. Messy looking, but extremely delicious to us. You can go back to the stall for a top up of the ‘talchar’ … Continue reading
South Indian Thosai Meal at Komala Vilas.
A meal at Samy’s Curry (the Dempsey original branch) facing the greenery, never disappoints.
Always tasty and generous portions at the original Komala Vilas at Serangoon Road. Only thing is after the meal you tend to feel quite bloated. I still love the taste here and it’s been in operation since 1947. I guess … Continue reading
Have been wanting to try out this new chain from Bangalore that uses only pure ghee and no reused oil. MTR actually stands for Mavalli Tiffin Room and it’s been in operation since 1924. I noticed that food presentation was … Continue reading