Samy’s Curry

  • Samy’s Curry Image: Samy’s Curry
  • Address
    25 Dempsey Road, Singapore 249670
  • Phone
    (65) 6472 2080
  • Opening hours
    Wed to Mon 11:00 – 15:00, 18:00 – 22:00
    Closed on Tuesday

     

A banana leaf meal. Set by delicious Indian food. Enhanced by luscious surroundings. But those are not all about Samy’s Curry. The best part must be the reasonable price tags coming along with the foods.

Dining at this curry house, you can choose to sit at the veranda to take in the green view or book a comfort table in the air-conditioned room to avoid the heat.

Highlights

  • Affordable foods in the most classy restaurant district of Singapore: Set amidst the lush greenery of Dempsey, Samy’s Curry is best described as a curry oasis in the most classy dining enclave in Singapore. Its luxurious location doesn’t make its prices steep like most of the Dempsey’s restaurants. Come and enjoy tasty foods at wallet-friendly prices.

  • One of the oldest curry houses in town: Samy’s Curry has been around for more than fifty years. It has strongly survived for 5 decades as the sweet home of the best fish head curry in town. Yes, its full-of-flavour curry version has a perfect balance of spices.

  • Free flow of rice and two complimentary vegetable dishes: Pay S$3.20 for the rice, then you can enjoy your meal with unlimited flow of rice and veggie dishes.

  • Food servings are generous.

Menu
The decent sized menu of Samy’s Curry covers both the North and the South Indian cuisine. Fish Head Curry, Fish Cutlet, Masala Chicken and Mysore Mutton are some of the best sellers on its menu.

Recommended dishes
– Fish Head Curry
– Fish Cutlet
– Masala Chicken
– Butter chicken
– Chicken Tikka
– Mysore Mutton
– Curry Mutton

Look & Feel
Situated in a colonial house, Samy’s Curry sports an old colonial look. Many diners have been impressed by the lovely veranda, the spacious indoor dining area and high ceilings with old ceiling fans at Samy’s Curry.

Average price/pax: S$20

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