I had a nice dinner with a large team. Food was great ! Diverse colleagues coming from India enjoyed the food. We particularly enjoyed the fish head curry that was exceptional !
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I remember going to a Fish Head Curry Restaurant along Serangoon Road many years ago. It was fantastic and it became my Standard. Imagine the perfect combination of the noon heat and piping hot fish head curry and dishes. It was super. This Restaurant is...More
Was at Suntec and you know how crowded the place can be. So we thought since we had a craving for Indian cuisine, why not try Muthu curry. Didn't regret any of it. Loved the palek paneer and the free flow papadum. Will recommend for...More
Dempsey Hill is lovely, particularly at night with its trees hung with lights and assortment of low buildings converted into a wide range of eateries. Judging by the type of car parked outside, it’s also a popular place with the up-and-coming. There’s plenty of parking...More
If you are in for delicious Indian stuff, both vegetarian and non vegetarian, this is the place..Especially their Fishhead curry and chicken Masala are really nice. I also tried the nice chicken cababs.
Visited Muthu's curry at the Dempsey hill outlet for lunch with around 20 of my colleagues. This was part of our regular team building. Ample choice of food and drinks, as we expected. Good selection of local favourites such as curry fish head and biryanis....More
We use to be great fans of this and another Muthu's branch at Suntec. It is reheated not cooked freshly and the whole meal, apart from the naans tasted tired. Essentially is is Teka Centre quality at four or five times the price.
We went there for the Head fish curry which was average at best, curry had nothing special and the fish head didnt taste fresh, the Malabar fish had much better taste but was extremely small in size. I had better Indian food in many places...More
Food did was OK ish, more spicy than tasty, it is pre-cooked and re-heated. We had 2 bottles of water, 2 curry dishes, 2 rice (you are not allowed to share) a rita and a nan bread which came in at just over the S$50...More