Singapore’s Copper Chimney is upholding the standard for comforting Indian cuisine in the heart of Little India. Just a short trip to Syed Alwi Road in Kallang will see you on a journey all throughout India with a rich range of curries, soups and more. Copper Chimney is the perfect location for some hearty food and and a relaxed atmosphere after a day spent touring the myriad of market stalls throughout this part of the city-state. Make sure to head over to this local hotspot as soon as you can.
Copper Chimney on Syed Alwi Road boasts a huge collection of Indian delicacies that are guaranteed to satisfy a crowd with diverse tastes. Found sitting in the heart of Singapore’s Little India, this restaurant draws in foodies from all over Kallang as well as from further afield. Whether you’re after chicken tikka masala, a mutton vindaloo or anything in between, you’re sure to find something to your taste. As with any good Indian restaurant, Copper Chimney also offers an impressive selection of vegetarian dishes for you to sample.
After a great meal at Copper Chimney, take your newfound energy to the nearby Sri Veeramakaliamman Hindu Temple where the riot of colours and intricacy of carvings will awe you. Or better yet, just stay a little longer and order one of the restaurant’s fantastic desserts – you can’t go wrong with an order of lychee kulfi or gulab jamun. No matter the occasion, it’s well worth your time to travel over to Copper Chimney in Singapore’s Little India.
The foods are delicious, we realy enjoy and for sure will come back.. We also lucky to have a right parking front of the restaurant... It's busy area.. I believe is not easy to find the parking...
Good Northern Indian food. Service was fast and with a smile. We had the mutton briyani, garlic naan, Gobi manchurian and butter chicken. The servings are good for two to four persons. Very satisfied.
Mutton rogan was tastless and saffron rice taste like any ordinary biriyani rice and coffee taste bland.The madras fish curry was fantastic.Service was good staffs memory power is good. The ambience is excellent. All in all we had a good time.
The service was bad, the food was just ok. Everything tasted of tomato curry. We used to order last year and the food wasnt this bad, not sure if they had a change of staff recently. Don't think I will be visiting again
Food was nice but the waiters are little overwhelm when the crowd get busier. We have a party of 17 and spend around S$540 which was relatively ok price