Holland Village in Singapore is home The Curry Hut, a restaurant founded in 2014 by a team of three entrepreneurs keen to bring the flavours of India to the city. Their philosophy cook something unique is in evidence in their menu which offers some of the best flavours from across the subcontinent – from Tamil kari to south Indian tandoor, bringing together talented chefs from India and beyond eager to spread the best of their cuisine.
The Curry Hut on Lorong Mam Bong in Holland Village, Singapore is aptly named. Barely more than a
hole-in-the-wall, what The Hut lacks in formal dining space it makes up for with great, flavourful
dishes served up in seriously generous portions. Head over to The Curry Hut and delve into a menu
which showcases the kitchen’s sizeable talent with delicate Indian tapas or opt for a heartier curry
dishes like a yellow lentil dish that goes by the name dal tadka that is as filling as it is delicious.
The Curry Hut looks after Singapore’s serious curry fans too. Go for the set menu at lunch time and help yourself to generous portions of chana masala and biryani or something meatier like the long-time favourite butter chicken naan set complete with a helping of poppadums for a proper lunchtime feast. The Curry Hut is open daily on Lorong Mam Bong in Holland Village for lunch from 12pm-3pm and for dinner from 5:30pm-11pm and will soon offer a takeaway service to boot.
My must go place for their butter chicken curry! The hospitality by the staff there was great! Definitely heading back there soon for more of their curry!
Food and ambience was fantastic! Went there just this evening with a friend and we both enjoyed the food. What you pay is indeed what you get!
Good service and great food at outstanding value for money
Food is ok place is very casual for the price it's ok
Great place for gatherings amongst people who absolutely love Indian cuisine! Wide selection of curries - particularly enjoyed the Lamb Kroma and fish curry which I typically do not order. A particular mention goes to the naan - really deliciously fluffy and we loved those. The tandoori fish from the tandoori platter was a tad too salty for our liking though, and the minced chicken tandoori tasted a bit weird - think the spices used did not gel with our tastebuds. Tandoori prawns did not seem that fresh as well. However, overall a good meal and worth a return trip for gatherings.
The place was a little unkempt and run down looking. It was noisy and there was little atmosphere or ambience. The food when it came was disappointing. The pakora was heavy and doughy and the other dishes uninspiring. The two different curries looked identical and had little flavour. The staff were not that bothered about customer care and took ages to clean and tidy empty tables and didn't sweep spilled food from the floor after customers had left. There are definitely better options for Indian food than this, will not be going back again.
Friendly staff, big portions of food. Ordered aloo gobi and butter chicken, turned out a bit too watery to our taste. If you like gravy, it'll be ok. Butter nan was super good. Btw, took away leftovers and the butter chicken tasted great after kept overnight.
Good food. would request to add more varieties to Soups.We enjoyed the Purdah Biryani. Service is a bit slow but Staff were nice and caring. Overall we had a great time being there.
Lively setting. The quality of the food is very good, especially for this price category. Good cocktails. Great wine selection. Friendly people. What more does one need for a great night out!
we enjoyed being there. Food was good, would request to add more varieties to Soup and starters. Main Course was very good. Staff were nice and caring. Overall hospitality was great !