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Mon - Fri: 07:00 - 23:30
Sat - Sun: 07:00 - 00:00
From the 80s to the early 90s, the more discerning in Singapore would invariably congregate in Jalan Kayu, considered by many to be the mecca of prata-lovers. Today, Casuarina Road (off Upper Thomson Road) is just as famous, and possibly even more popular, partly due to popular prata joints like Casuarina Curry Restaurant, which was started there in 1992. Casuarina Curry Restaurant is a halal certified 2nd Generation Indian curry and prata restaurant with roots in Jalan Kayu.
I ordered a combination of egg and onions with fish curry. Oh, yum yum… The curry tasted and smelt great. It was thick enough to dip the roti prata into the curry. Everything was blended to its perfection with the curry aroma. The curry was not too spicy, just right for my preferences.
Their food is very average to lower end, which I wouldn't recommend anyone to dine. The older cashier is very rude. Likes to mumble, and when you ask him to repeat, he will curse at you in Tamil, thinking you don't understand Tamil. So what if he's the management? Rude rude... plus I ordered Roti John, the meat was badly charred, it's dark and very bitter, worst, it smells horrible like burnt hair!!! I threw the roti away.
Other food was below average, those really tasted real briyani and prata, etc from Persia, India, etc will tell you this one's lacklustre.
From that ROTI incident and constant rudeness, I won't go back there again.