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Singapore’s best curries can be found at none other than Hooked on Heads, a Thomson institution that’s famous for their fish head curry. Located at Sin Ming Plaza Tower 2 down Sin Ming Road, this restaurant is proud to offer some of the freshest Asian cuisine around, and that’s really saying something in a city so famous for its incredible food choices. This relaxed restaurant is making waves in the local foodie scene, especially for dishes like BBQ stingray, baby squid with sweet sauce, fried fish with bitter gourd and black bean sauce, sweet and sour prawns, and of course, their signature curry fish head, available in a variety of sizes and cuts. Book a table today to get hooked on great flavour at Hooked on Heads.
The savory dishes were very good. The curry fish head was in a thick, tasty gravy, and the beef rendang was tender and flavorful. The prawn paste chicken was exceptional; crispy, flavorful and yet not too oily. :-) The Thai Sticky Rice dessert was a letdown as there was not enough sweet coconut milk syrup soaked into the rice, which was a bit tasteless, and the mango was not the correct variety (supposed to be Thai Honey Mango), but was an overripe mango of another type that turned out too sweet without the necessary tinge of sour. Lastly the topping is supposed to be toasted mung beans, and not toasted sesame seeds. Ambiance was good, with mainly families having dinner that Friday evening. Service was prompt and unobtrusive. Was a great place for us to have a gathering of friends. :-)