100 Neo Tiew Road, 719026
Asian, Indian, Local, North Indian, Singaporean, South Indian
+65 68985001

Wed - Fri: 09:30 - 18:30

Sat, Sun & PH: 08:00 - 18:30

$13 based on 50 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (18 votes), Lunch (16 votes), Children/Family (15 votes) ...

Poison Ivy Bistro serves curry-based dishes, meat dishes as well as homemade cakes.There is no service charge nor GST for ala carte orders. The bistro accepts cash only.

What others are eating here

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  • Vegetarian Platter 2 votes
  • lemongrass tea 2 votes
  • Banana Cake 1 vote
  • Banana Flower Lemak 1 vote
  • Chilli Banana Leaf 1 vote
  • Fig Tea 1 vote
  • Nasi Lemak 1 vote
  • Roast Pumpkin Salad 1 vote
  • Sambal Sweet potatoes Leaves 1 vote
  • Sweet Potato Leaves 1 vote
  • Warriors Chicken Curry 1 vote
  • jackfruit lemak 1 vote
  • moringa tempura 1 vote
  • papaya soup/salad 1 vote
  • spring rolls 1 vote

Latest Review for Poison Ivy Bistro

Overall RatingBased on 32 reviews
Most helpful review:

Back to the Kampong

Food/Drink 5 | Value 5 | Ambience 5 | Service 5
Total Reviews: 78

One must try in poison ivy is their fig tea (wu hua guo).. It is mild sweet and have a very pleasant aftertaste..

Ginger flower salad, we thought it's mango salad~

As for dessert.. their banana cake is indeed their pillar of their restaurant.. so dense and rich.. It is those kind after you tried it, you will feel toast box banana cake taste crappy and artificial.

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"Farm" dining

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 4 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 164

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If you are looking for a farm-side eatery and only thought of only going overseas to enjoy such, you might be wrong. Somewhere in the West side of Singapore, somewhere near to the infamous abandoned HDB estate, and again somewhere where it’s like a countryside with abundant of greenery and seems lack of modern infrastructure.


It was great to see Poison Ivy Bistro has both indoor and outdoor seating, where indoor can be for those scared of heat, while outdoor is extremely great for people who like to enjoy the greenery while dining.


Poison Ivy Bistro is a Halal bistro, thus very suitable for Muslims to dine there as well. If you are expecting western-style food, you might in for a disappointment, as they serve more to local-Indian cuisine.


I was surprised to see this makeshift paper-crafted "dustbin", which I will usually see back home. Well, at least you do not have to feel bad about making the tables dirty, or having your plates filled with bones instead of yummylicious food!


Warrior's Platter ($20.00 for 2pax). A total of 6 items, namely Warrior's Chix Curry, Asam Pedas Fish, Tofu with Black Sauce & Mushroom, Chap Chye, Bollywing, and Tempura. All items are served in small portion, but can be filling before you knew it.


The Warrior's Platter also come with a bowl of brown rice, clearly displaying 2 portions for 2 pax.


Banana Curry ($10.00). I just couldn't take my craving off this item as it seem so unique? I was thinking the curry will be cooked with banana fruit, but no. Basically a sweetened curry with potatoes.


KangKong with Garlic ($8.00). Chopped KangKong? This is one of its kind though. Its crunchiness retains while chopped to look like spring onions. You can opt for the spicy version if you like for the same price, but we decided to go on something lighter.


Bollywood Dessert Special ($4.00). It consists of a small portion of banana cake, and a cup of vanilla ice cream with what-seems like maple syrup as the sauce.


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Time to get away from the same old fare and recharge your perspective.

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 4 | Service 2
Total Reviews: 7

If you are here just for the food and service then you are in the wrong place. The food is plain and healthy (not bad tasting at all) but the journey there is a fun trip out of the hustle and bustle of the city and when you get there, you can finally let go. I like the simply blanched fresh spinach and the chocolate banana cake with ice-cream. Oh, and don't bother about the Otah Omelette. It wasn't bad but it wasn't great either. The drinks are a tad boring.

By the way, if you are driving there, don't speed and drive carefully. There are many blind bends on a narrow two-way street with loads of dump trucks and very impatient drivers plying the road. Just think to yourself: you want to get there in a calm space and accident-free.

And yes, do call up to make a reservation.

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