Sri Veera’s Curry Restaurant in Singapore serves Indian cuisine. They are known for their Fish Curry and Thosai. Come and enjoy their delicious dishes in a very affordable budget!
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SRI VEERA CURRY RESTAURANT
Tucked away in a row of shops along Hindoo Road, Sri Veera’s Curry Restaurant is a traditional Indian restaurant serving authentic Chettinad cuisine daily. We came here for supper after our Indian friend recommended that we eat here.
Named after Veerasamy, a pioneer of masala chicken and curried fish head in Singapore in the 1950s, his grandson T. Nagarajan was inspired to continue the culinary tradition of southern India and from Tamil Nadu, that’s why he opened the Sri Veera’s Curry restaurant.
Authenticity is found in the restaurant. No utensils were given on the table unless you asked. Food is served on a banana leaf bed and best consumed with clean hands for a good finger-licking experience.
Rich flavors and spices are visible in all vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, especially Tamil curries. They use a lot of spices like curry leaves, coriander, ginger, cumin, nutmeg, etc. Apparently, the fish curry head is the signature but it was too heavy for supper.
Therefore, we opt for other traditional dishes such as thosai and chicken Chettinad. Chicken Chettinad has major notes of star anise and fern which are rich, tasty, and creamy. It goes perfectly with the slightly fragrant nasi briyani. I had the Dosa wrapped in potatoes and a spoonful of coconut chutney worked wonders. But skip the roti prata, mine did not impress.
It is also worth noting that the restaurant closing time is 11.59 pm. I recommend that you leave early, as most items will be sold out after 10. Happy Deepavali!
- Address: No.1 Hindoo Road, Singapore 209105
- Telephone: +65 6398 0463
- Opening hours: 6 a.m. to 11.59 p.m.
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VeerasCurryRestaurant/