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Chutney Mary (East Coast Rd)

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Chutney Mary is a Indian fast food restaurant serving authentic street-style food from India. Choose wide rango of snacks ranging from fruit and salads, to potatoes and puffed rice. Meat lovers can opt for kebabs. Catering is available as well.

Daily - Thu: 10:00 - 22:30

+65 62424468
$20 based on 20 submissions
Dinner (6 votes), Lunch (5 votes), Children/Family (4 votes)
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Fuond the food of my choice in Singapore

I have been to Chutney Mary with my friends for the first time and I found the food was very nice. Specially Chats and and the Dhokla.. I found it so good specialy the taste and quality of the food...It was great for me to get such delisious Indian food in Singapore..Being a new girl in city I am very happy to get the food of my choice in a different country..I loved the kebabs which was served to us..and main courses were to good specially Rogan Josh was simply fantastic..and in end I was surprised to get a Paan as it my favourite and I loved it...My overall exprience was very good and I am happy to find a good place in Singapore...Service staff were very friendly and helpful...Thankyou Chutney Mary and see you soon....

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• 30 Dec 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Fuond the food of my choice in Singapore

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I have been to Chutney Mary with my friends for the first time and I found the food was very nice. Specially Chats and and the Dhokla.. I found it so good specialy the taste and quality of the food...It was great for me to get such delisious Indian food in Singapore..Being a new girl in city I am very happy to get the food of my choice in a different country..I loved the kebabs which was served to us..and main courses were to good specially Rogan Josh was simply fantastic..and in end I was surprised to get a Paan as it my favourite and I loved it...My overall exprience was very good and I am happy to find a good place in Singapore...Service staff were very friendly and helpful...Thankyou Chutney Mary and see you soon....
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• 21 Dec 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Dont waste your money and time patronizing this restaurant

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Chutney Mary is located in a great place and is about the only good thing I can say about the restaurant. The food quality is poor, and it is way too overpriced. Chaat is street food though the prices do not reflect that. It would be executable if the quantity and quality of the chaat and snack offerings were worth it. However the quality is very poor. The kebabs are tasteless, and there is a mix of meat and lentils in the seekh kebab which is subverts the essence of a kebab and is a bad joke.

All in all if you are searching for a Indian restaurant with OK food this is a place to avoid.

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• 01 May 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good chaat, Horrible main course

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The chaats were pretty good but the main course was really bad. I tried a few dishes from their indo-chinese menu, dum biriyani & daal...none of the dishes were good. Stay away or walk out after u have your chaat
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