Copper Chimney @ Syed Alwi
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March 08, 2023
Indian and Chinese are two of the dominant foreign cuisines in Singapore. These colorful cuisines take center stage at Copper Chimney on Syed Alwi Road in spectacular ways via authentic Northern Indian recipes and exciting "Chindian" dishes.
If you're curious, the marriage of Indian and Chinese flavors and techniques gave birth to Chindian cuisine, and at the very core of Copper Chimney's Chinese-Indian fusion recipes are the finest, 100 percent natural spices, such as Szechwan pepper from China. They apply the same philosophy to their Northern Indian menu, offering only genuine culinary experiences.
- 2019 RAS Epicurean Star Awardee: The RAS Epicurean Star Awards is a highly prestigious award-giving body in the culinary field, with a pool of judges comprising the biggest names in the industry. In 2019, Copper Chimney received the Best Asian Restaurant Casual Dining award for its stellar, well-executed menu that includes winning dishes such as Sizzling Tandoori Platter, Fish Tikka Masala, and Szechwan Chicken.
- Authentic Northern Indian recipes: Authenticity is the leading criterion for judging the best Indian restaurants in Singapore, which Copper Chimney passes with delicious, flying colors. They stick to the time-honored traditions of Indian cooking to satisfy the cravings and curiosity of both local and foreign gourmands. Expect perfect renditions of Indian classics like Butter Chicken, Fish Koliwada, and Vegetable Jaipuri.
- Exciting Chindian dishes: To the uninitiated, the fusion of Chinese and Indian flavors may sound confusing, as robust herbs and spices characterize both cuisines. Allow Copper Chimney to convert your confusion to satisfaction with dishes such as Chicken Manchurian, Chili Paneer, and Hakka Noodles.
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MENU: Copper Chimney’s menu showcases starters that take you to the lively streets of India, vegetarian and nonvegetarian Northern Indian and Chindian mains and a curated list of specials.
- Drums of Heaven, S$10
- Malai Tikka, S$12
- Mutton Roganjosh, S$12
- Chicken Manchurian, S$11.5
LOOK & FEEL: Copper Chimney is located in the heart of Singapore’s colorful cultural tapestry, Little India. Its white interiors provide a clean contrast against the wooden fixtures and quirky overhead lamps.
- Buses: 21, 125, 130 (4-minute walk from 07231 station)
- Nearest MRT station: Farrer Park (4-minute walk from exit NE8)
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