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Karu's Indian Banana Leaf Restaurant

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Address: 808 Upper Bukit Timah Road, 678144

This casual restaurant serves fish head curry and other Indian dishes such as chicken masala and biryani to go with it.

Daily: 10:30 - 22:00

+65 67627284
$16 based on 47 submissions
Lunch (7 votes), Dinner (6 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (5 votes)

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Nice Indian Curry Fish At Bukit Gombak

I learnt about this restaurant some weeks ago and it has been on my must-try list since.

 

I met up with a friend for lunch and recommended we try this place, which he agreed, as he too has not tried it.

 

We reached at 11am and the restaurant had only a few customers and we could pick where we wanted to sit.

 

We ordered the following items:

- Vegetable biryani appalam: $3.40 each. Plain biryani rice served on a banana leaf. Great with the curries and chicken masala.

 

- Fish Head: $22. Small fish head, good for 2 pax. Curry is tasty and good amount of fish meat for 2.

 

- Chicken Masala: $5. Spicy. But it hits the mark!

 

- Fresh Lime Juice: $2.40 each. Nice and refreshing.

 

- Tiger Beer: $5 each. This was on draught. Fresh taste and pairs well with the meal.

 

- Masala Tea: $2.50 each. To end the meal, we had to have this. Good taste.

 

I spent a total of $57.

 

Food quality is good, but do remember that the prices here are before GST, which is added to your bill at the end of your meal. 

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• 20 Oct 2015 • 658 reviews • 9 followers

Nice Indian Curry Fish At Bukit Gombak

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I learnt about this restaurant some weeks ago and it has been on my must-try list since.

 

I met up with a friend for lunch and recommended we try this place, which he agreed, as he too has not tried it.

 

We reached at 11am and the restaurant had only a few customers and we could pick where we wanted to sit.

 

We ordered the following items:

- Vegetable biryani appalam: $3.40 each. Plain biryani rice served on a banana leaf. Great with the curries and chicken masala.

 

- Fish Head: $22. Small fish head, good for 2 pax. Curry is tasty and good amount of fish meat for 2.

 

- Chicken Masala: $5. Spicy. But it hits the mark!

 

- Fresh Lime Juice: $2.40 each. Nice and refreshing.

 

- Tiger Beer: $5 each. This was on draught. Fresh taste and pairs well with the meal.

 

- Masala Tea: $2.50 each. To end the meal, we had to have this. Good taste.

 

I spent a total of $57.

 

Food quality is good, but do remember that the prices here are before GST, which is added to your bill at the end of your meal. 

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• 23 Jul 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

the best in the west

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clean, tasty and have good variety. their mysore mutton is a must try ! sambal fish and masala chicken are next in the must try list. wash it down with their home and lime juice. reasonable price and good to eat too.
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• 28 Mar 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Traditional Banana Leaf

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Authentic banana leaf restaurant. Masarla chicken and fish roe with curry leaf are must die die must try! Good fish curry and nice marsala tosai. Service isn't fantastic, but it's worth bearing for the food.
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