15 Mackenzie Road
Singapore 228677

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm


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Not bad. But I always seem to cut myself when I bite into prawn heads. Please be careful.

The only thing I like about this chicken rice is that the chilli was quite good.

The chicken looked very bland and the taste of it was bland as well.

The curry puff and goreng pisang here is very good thou, so if u are passing by, u should get it. I especially like the goreng pisang.

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Chicken curry puff @ $1.50
Sesame ball @ $1.10
Prawn cracker @ $1.70

They are all very tasty but not overpowering. Good for afternoon snack. The dough for the sesame ball is a bit much though.

Also got another sardine curry puff separately (also $1.50), think the chicken one is nicer.

Nice place to chill on a weekend afternoon that's not too sunny.

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For the lamb curry puff, I personally liked the curried potato cubes and chunky lamb meat that are generously stuffed within the pastry. It is almost like dry rendang.
But best of all, it is affordably priced at just $1.30 which is the same as their chicken curry puff and sardine curry puff. It would have easily sold for at least $1.50 across the road!
As for the spring roll, there is really nothing to complain about. The skin is crispy, the size is huge and it is filled with piping hot mang guang (shredded jicama) that is deliciously sweet. Oh, I love it!
The goreng pisang is another winner here. Biting past the crunchy batter, the banana encased within is soft and creamy - almost molten-like as its sweetness spreads in my mouth cavity. If I could describe it crudely, I would say it is like having an orgasm in my mouth!
For $1.40, I am getting the whole ripened banana and not the usual halved slices where it is sold at $2 for 6 pieces elsewhere (those are usually unripe with a tart flavor).
Trust me, one Selera's goreng pisang will never be enough. Do yourself a favor and get a few more to indulge in.
Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2021/03/selera-restaurant-15-mackenzie-road.html?m=1

Very fragrant, buttery puff! @$1.30/piece, it’s way cheaper than Old Chang Kee’s!!

Chicken Curry Puff ($1.30)
Chicken curry puff @seleracurrypuff best eaten piping hot. One of the cheaper priced puffs in town with giant chicken chunks but the crust and the spices isn’t as flavourful as I had hoped.

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