Wednesday, September 10, 2014

5 best curry houses in Singapore, a Norway-based company, founded in 2009 by internet entrepreneur Joachim Paasche. Joachim’s first business was a successful Scandinavian hotel booking site, which reached $25 million in sales in 2010. was featured as one of Time Magazine’s 50 best websites for 2010.

I was invited by to create a guide on the best curry houses in Singapore, in my opinion. :) So here are what I have gathered to share with everyone! ^^ 

In no particular order anyway.

The Banana Leaf Apolo

The Banana Leaf Apolo is a place where you can take pleasure in the elaborate and leisurely cooking of India, served in traditional style and ambience. The restaurant's desire is to excel, craving to be the best in Singapore and aspiring to be the top of the mind eatery. Their menu is notwithstanding and their wines are definitely a must have. An enviable collection of gastronomical delight!
It is a real crowd pleaser among a long line of popular Indian restaurants on Race Course Road!
56 Race Course Road, Singapore
Phone: +65 6293 8682
Opening Hours: Mon - Sun: 10:30 am - 10:30 pm

Khansama Tandoori Restaurant

The word tandoor came originally from the Middle East with the name deriving from the Babylonian word ‘tinuru’ from the Semitic word nar meaning fire. Hebrew and Arabic then made it tannur then tandur in Turkey, Central Asia and, finally Pakistan and India, who made it famous worldwide. Understandably, many people assume the tandoor to be native to India as evidence exists of early tandoors around 3000 BC. At Khansama Tandoori Restaurant, customers will find some of the very finest food in Singapore. They also offers catering options for all events and can also host events on site. The extremely diverse menu ensure that Khansama will cater to all needs and diets.

This is also my person favourite. The restaurant offers an incredibly comprehensive menu that features everything from starters to mains, and chaats to dahls, to raitas.
Khansama Tandoori Restaurant166 Serangoon Road, Singapore
Phone: +65 6299 0300
Opening Hours: 11am-11pm, daily

Ananda Bhavan

Ananda Bhavan serves a splendid selection of North Indian, South Indian, and Indian Chinese cuisines. Established in 1924, Ananda Bhavan is the oldest Indian vegetarian restaurant in Singapore. Ananda Bhavan’s first restaurant is located along Selegie Road, at the rim of Little India, and it embodies the establishment’s historical background of over seven decades and serves people of all walks of life.

221 Selegie Road, Singapore
Phone: +6562959595

Muthu's Curry

Muthu’s Curry is no stranger in Singapore. The restaurant has been passionately serving customers some of Singapore’s best curry since 1969. From Muthu Makan Shop on Klang Road, Muthu’s Curry has come a long way today by having emerged as an icon in South Indian Food.
Muthu’s Curry’s signature dish is the Fish Head Curry or a glass of Mango Lassi. They have always carefully blended expertise from the past 4 decades and the excitement of a foodie in the right proportion just the way we mix every ingredient in each of their dishes.
138 Race Course Road , Singapore
Phone: 6392 1722
Opening Hours: 10.30 AM TO 10.30 PM

Samy's Curry 

Samy’s Curry was founded by the late Mr. M. Veerasamy, back in the 1950’s. Mr.Veerasamy, who himself was an excellent chef, is credited with the creation of some of the signature dishes like Chicken Masala, Fish Cutlet, and Mysore Mutton. The restaurant is located at Block 25 on Dempsey Road for a little over two decades now and has become an institution in itself. Cozily nestled amidst a cluster of colonial buildings, which were once home to the Ministry of Defense, the restaurant greets its guests with a flight of shrub-framed stairs. The atmosphere and flavors are like a trip down memory lane!

25 Dempsey Rd, Singapore
Phone: +65 6472 2080
Opening Hours: Mon: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 
Wed - Sun: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Closed on Tues. 

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Yups, so these in my opinion are some of the places where you get go for some hearty Indian curry! Share with me where are your favourites as well! I would definitely love to explore more yummu curry houses! :) 


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