Dear diners, please be aware that tables will be held for 15 minutes only. If arriving late, please inform the restaurant.
Singapore loves a curry, that’s for sure. And the only food that can claim to be even more popular is the wok-heavy cuisine of China. So understandably, The Curry Wok is really pushing at an open door to attract the punters into their restaurant on Coronation Road in Bukit Timah, with a menu that makes the most the history and heritage of Singapore. That means Indian-style curry chicken and curry fish head, Chinese dishes like Kong Bak braised pork and Hainanese pork chop and Nonya classics like chop chye – a family recipe unique to The Curry Wok – and homemade Ngoh Hiang. We could go on all day about the huge variety of dishes on offer, but it’s better to recommend simply booking a table and heading to Coronation Road – close to Tan Kah Kee or Botanical Gardens MRT stations – for a proper meal.
staff always very friendly!!!! (: great to visit them - feels very homely. (: food quality is awesome, would recommend to others, worth a try!
Best otah ever with huge chuncks of mackerel. homely and cosy environment. suitable for family gatherings or a fuss free meal with friends or colleagues.
Service was fast and the crew was eager in providing their assistance. Overall good experience with sumptuous food. Worth making a trip down despite few parking lots available around the corner.
The food is good & value for money! Will go back often!
Great tasting peranakan food at reasonable prices! Having been coming here since teenage years and the quality has stayed consistently great all these years. Awesome for individuals with bento meals, or as a large group with sets that showcase a variety of dishes.
My first time to Curry Wok. Ordered the Otah, Ngor Niang, Pork Chop. All dishes are tasty, reminds me of my mum's cooking. Thumbs up!
Food and service were alright. Pricing was however discriminatory, as students who booked through Quandoo are not eligible for "student price" whereas walk-in customers (students) are... Is this allowed?