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Got the palak paneer and butter chicken with burpple and added on naan (and some items from other stores). Tastes rich & good and somehow healthier than almeen/al amaans. The price is roughly the same as those supper places too tbh but the quality is better. Chicken was not dry at all!

$5.50 for the Butter Chicken with Basmati rice, $1.00 Vegetable, $0.70 Egg. The dish did not dissapoint. Chicken was tender. The gravy is tasty and not too spicy. Going back to try their beef stew another day. Slightly above average.

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One of the Indian Muslim restaurants around CBD that open 24 hours, much an affordable place to grab meal here.

Early morning is the great time to grab some prata. Their prata consider much fluffy instead of the usual crispy kind.

Sadly it was served cold as they already made it earlier before I came.

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Garlic naan ($5.50)
Loved that their garlic naan is really fragrant and flavourful! There were chopped cooked garlic bits, so you won't get those undesired spicy garlic flavour.

This is actually made with Dal (lentils)
and kidney beans, so it's know to be a "healthier" dish as a good source of vegetarian protein. As a fan of beans, I definitely enjoyed this one, and it's less thick in terms of texture, making the "gravy" easier to "scoop up" when you pair with naan.

Just look at how THICK this is!! Absolutely loved how it isn't watery, and was so flavourful and creamy I loved it. Chicken was also tender, and definitely great to pair with naan or kulcha.

We ordered 2 portions worth to share, and it's essentially a stuffed bread cooked in claypot. I liked that their bread was really soft and easy to eat, and definitely great as a side to pair with our gravy.

Located at a much quieter street off Joo Chiat Road, this shop sell some good Indian and Malay snacks like curry puff.

All the snacks are display outside the shop, so you can park your car beside as well.

Generous ingredients inside the puff and I enjoyed it much with the spicy taste.

Simply put, one of the best briyani I've tried in Singapore. The rice is light and fluffy but still so fragrant and packed with flavour. The lamb is tender and savoury and each bite is perfect in its meatiness.

Gaggan’s Crab Curry ($32.00++) The crab meat is stirred fried with black pepper and curry leaves before added into the curry

Have tried other pratas here and decided to go for coin prata this time, and it's just as good as the other pratas they have! Love how doughy it is and a little bit sweet which is perfectly balanced out with the curry.

Comes with chicken or mutton curry (and a generous piece of chicken!)