Top 10 Indian Restaurants and Eateries in Singapore

Spice up your day and satisfy your curry cravings

It’s late at night but you are hungry and struggling to get through your piling stack of work. You are thinking of the perfect Singaporean supper: golden buttery crisps soaked in heavenly fragrant curry, and a cup of iced teh cino to complete the picture. It may not be the healthiest snack out there, but prata might just be a panacea to your long and hectic week at work or school. So here it is. We have put together 10 Indian restaurants and eateries to get your favourite biryani, mutton soup, mutabak, and prata fix.

1. Casuarina Curry

This prata house is one of the most consistent in serving up tasty and crispy prata. The egg-cheese prata oozes with cheesy goodness and is so flavorful it will leave you utterly satisfied. Do try their sambal chicken and mutton masala, both drenched in piping hot gravy served in generous portions.

Address: 136 & 138 Casuarina Rd, S579526
Nearest MRT: Yio Chu Kang
Opening hours:
Daily: 7am to 12am
Tel: 6455 9093
Website: http://www.casuarinacurry.com/


2. The Roti Prata House

This is a prata haven for those who can’t get enough of prata. It has a wide range of savoury to sweet prata options to choose from, from mushroom cheese to banana and strawberry. If you find prata boring and are feeling slightly more adventurous, you might want to try its mutton soup which instantly warms your tummy. The maggi goreng is worth a try too if you’re still hungry.

Address: 246M Upper Thomson Rd, S574370
Nearest MRT: Marymount
Opening hours:
Sunday – Thursday: 7am to 2am
Friday and  Saturday: 7am to 4am
Tel: 6459 5260
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Roti-Prata-House/14321439572609

3. Prata Wala

Though prices here are slightly higher than other eating houses, Prata Wala offers pretty decent prata, briyani and fried chicken. It also serves up relatively generous portions too. Order their super sweet teh Tarik to complete your meal. The curry delivers a spicy kick, so if you are a sucker for lip-swelling and eye-watering curry, this is place definitely worth a visit.

Address: Nex, #02-K5/K6, S556083
Nearest MRT: Serangoon
Opening hours:
Sunday – Thursday: 10am to 10pm
Friday and Saturday: 10am to11pm
Tel: 6634 2910
Website: http://pratawala.com/index.html


4. Al Amaan Restaurant

Enjoy the bustling atmosphere at the eating house (it gets crowded at night most of the time) or simply order takeaway if you are too lazy to step out of home. The menu is wide ranging from Indian to Chinese-style fried rice to western pasta and sides like cheese fries and nuggets, so you will definitely be spoilt for choice! However, the most popular item on the menu is its butter chicken and naan.

Address: 12 Clementi Rd, S129742
Nearest MRT: Kent Ridge
Opening hours:
Daily: 11am to 3am
Tel: 6777 0555
Website: https://www.facebook.com/AlAmaanRestaurant/


5. Dynamic Dining House


Refuel at dynamic dining house. This eating house serves large midnight crowds and is always packed at night. Its location serves as a pitstop for cyclists and late-night adventure seekers. Other than its prata, the boss serves up some pretty awesome maggi ayam goreng and tandoori chicken, as well as mutton soup.

Address: 5 Changi Village Rd #01-2041, S500005
Nearest MRT: Pasir Ris
Opening hours:
Daily: 24 hours
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dynamic-Dining-House/180797355297791

6. Zam Zam Restaurant

If you love Indian food, the mutton murtabak will surely not disappoint. This stall, famous for its murtabak, offers consistently tasty and mouth-watering murtabak. It is thin and crispy on the outside yet doughy and flavorful on the inside.  Its prices are decent too so you can go ahead and stuff your face with prata without having to burn a hole in your pocket.

Address: 697-699 North Bridge Rd, S198675
Nearest MRT: Bugis
Opening hours:
Daily: 7am to 11pm
Tel: 6298 6320


7. Sakunthala’s Palace

This restaurant located at Race Course Road is famous for its delectable and yummy curry fish head that will leave you awfully satisfied. Of course, they serve other dishes such as chicken tandoori with briyani among other Indian favourites! Their chicken is so tender and succulent you might just fall in love with it even if you are not a fan of Indian cuisine.

Address: 66 Race Course Rd, S218570
Nearest MRT: Farrer Park
Opening hours:
Daily: 11am to 10.30pm
Tel: 6293 6649
Website: http://www.sakunthala.com.sg/


8. Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Prata

You should be an early bird in order to catch Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s super crispy prata, for they serve only the morning crowd. The prata truly lives up to its name as it is cooked to a golden-brown by its extremely skilful chef, and is perfected with its intense spicy curry. It’s so good, one is never enough. Prata for breakfast, anyone?

Address: 7 Crane Road, Poh Ho Eatery, S429356
Opening hours:
Daily: 6.30am to 1.30pm
Closed on Tues/Wed on the 3rd week of the month
Tel: 9794 3124


9. IMAM Banana Leaf Restaurant

This stall is famous for its tender and succulent mutton biryani that packs a soulful punch. The fragrant basmati rice complements it well, and the curry sauce is equally satisfying and not too spicy for those who prefer a milder taste.

Address: 10 Geylang Lorong 1, S389119
Nearest MRT: Kallang
Opening hours:
Daily: 24 hours
Tel: 6744 8644
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Imam-Banana-Leaf-Restaurant-172338039478801/


10. Sin Ming Roti Prata

This stall located at a coffee shop at Sin Ming Road serves coin-shaped prata dipped in your usual good old curry which gives you a unique prata experience. The stall owner chooses to downsize his prata for greater flavor, so his customers won’t get sick of eating too much dough. If you prefer the standard prata, you can also try their egg and onion prata which is equally good. 

Address: 24 Sin Ming Rd, #01-51, Jin Fa Kopitiam, S570024
Nearest MRT: Marymount
Opening hours:
Daily: 7am to 6.30pm
Tel: 6453 3893

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