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Heaven's Indian Curry

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Located at Ghim Moh Market and Food Centre, Heaven's Indian Curry sells Indian snacks, Thosai and Putu Mayam.

Daily: 06:00 - 14:00

$3 based on 14 submissions
Breakfast (4 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (4 votes), Brunch (3 votes)
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Nice Indian Breakfast at Ghim Moh

This stall is located at Ghim Moh food centre. I have been here several times.   On a recent visit during breakfast, I had a craving for Indian food and joined the queue.   As I wanted something light, I ordered the Plain Thosai set, which has two pieces of thosai. It came with 3 dips: - Sambar Dhal Curry: This was yellow dhal curry, which wasn’t spicy. Its easy to eat. - Spicy Tomato Chutney: There are spices in this chutney and it goes well when you eat it together with the thosai and the other two dips - Coconut Chutney: This was non-spicy and you can taste the coconut with each bite. It gives a different texture and is not bad.   Overall, it was a nice and light breakfast.   The stall also do their Thosai various ways: Paper/ Masala/ Egg Masala/ Egg/ Cheese/ Onion/ Butter. Also on offer are Appam (Plain/ Egg/ Butter/ Cheese), Puttu Mayam Puttu Bamboo and Vadai.   Try it!

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  • masala thosai3 votes
  • paper thosai3 votes
  • egg appam2 votes
  • Appam1 vote
  • Plain Thosai Set1 vote
  • dal vadai1 vote
  • plain appam1 vote
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• 07 May 2015 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

Nice Indian Breakfast at Ghim Moh

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This stall is located at Ghim Moh food centre. I have been here several times.   On a recent visit during breakfast, I had a craving for Indian food and joined the queue.   As I wanted something light, I ordered the Plain Thosai set, which has two pieces of thosai. It came with 3 dips: - Sambar Dhal Curry: This was yellow dhal curry, which wasn’t spicy. Its easy to eat. - Spicy Tomato Chutney: There are spices in this chutney and it goes well when you eat it together with the thosai and the other two dips - Coconut Chutney: This was non-spicy and you can taste the coconut with each bite. It gives a different texture and is not bad.   Overall, it was a nice and light breakfast.   The stall also do their Thosai various ways: Paper/ Masala/ Egg Masala/ Egg/ Cheese/ Onion/ Butter. Also on offer are Appam (Plain/ Egg/ Butter/ Cheese), Puttu Mayam Puttu Bamboo and Vadai.   Try it!
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• 25 Oct 2013 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

Thosai from heaven

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Heaven’s is famous for serving the rare South Indian snack putu mayam (vermicelli served with grated coconut and sugar), although for a more filling meal, the thosai (crispy pancake) is our choice. For $2 you get not one, but two pancakes served with sambhar (lentil curry) and tomato chutney. The thosai is not as ghee-laden as those served in Little India’s many eateries; this is a lighter and less-crisp version, mimicking the kind made in South Indian homes. The sambhar is perfectly spiced and well-balanced in flavour. Although we did miss the coconut chutney (usually served with thosai), at these prices, it was more than we could ask for. For more $2.50 eats reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/what-to-eat-for-2-50-and-under--*gid-232e3101/photos/?oauth_token=e09721797fbc62a82b6b00259a58552d&oauth_verifier=0c3be169759169884775351860bee1ad#d7240800
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  • Thosai
• 17 Mar 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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Everything is very good, just that the quantity of curry served is less than what I would like. Otherwise, the ambience is great, other good stalls for drinks nearby, but go before 1 PM because they close by 2 PM
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