Top 10 Best Curry Rice In Singapore
Living in multiracial country, you can get different cuisine easily without any doubts. Curry rice is one of the best local food where you can fix your spice craving in singapore. A plate of white rice with various of topping, slathered with a thick mild curry and soy braise sauce, you can choose your own topping like Hainanese pork chops, fried egg, stewed cabbage, curry chicken, meatballs and etc all in one platter. Tropika Club aggregated rankings or “ranking of rankings” compared from the following sources to further ascertain the final rankings. This is further refined using the TripAdvisor rankings to decide between the position in case there is a tie. Read on to find out where are the Top 10 Best Curry Rice in Singapore.
- 1.Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice
- 2. Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice
- 3. Hong Seng Curry Rice
- 4. Redhill Curry Rice
- 5.Eleven Fingers (Eukee) Scissors Curry Rice
- 6.Zhong Guo Jie Hainanese Curry Rice (Yuguo)
- 7.Pasir Panjang Feng Kee Hainanese Curry Rice
- 8.Cheng’s 27
- 9.Beo Crescent Curry Rice
- 10.Sin Chie Toke Huan Hainanese Curry Rice
- 11. Truly Test Kitchen (Truly Curry Rice)
- 12.Yong Fa Hainanese Curry Rice & Curry Fish Head
- 13.GA LI XI SHI
- 14.Hai Nan Hometown Curry
- 15.Scissors Cut Curry Rice (Jalan Besar)
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1.Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice
Introduction: Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice has been in Tiong Bahru since 1946, which is a whopping 73 years. The man behind the stall is none other than Mr Loo Kia Chee, an industrious man who has been going at it for the past four decades.Loo’s Hainanese can be considered the poster child for hainanese curry rice. In the industry for more than 50 years, and situated at such a prime location, it is no doubt many people know of them. Loo’s Hainanese has a legion of fans, a snaking queue during lunch time a spectacular taste to back it all up.
Offerings: The signature Hainanese dishes to order here are the pork chop and chap chye (stewed cabbage).The pork chop, in particular, is well marinated and tender on the inside while retaining its crispness on the outside. Loo’s adheres to Hainanese tradition by coating the chops with cream crackers instead of breadcrumbs before frying. Then there’s flavourful tomato gravy that is spread generously over the pork chops it’s tangy, sweet and a good foil for the salty, savoury blend of sauces drizzled over the rice.The curry boasts is very pleasant, slightly sweet undertone and isn’t too spicy or runny. It definitely gets a tasty finish too from the melt in your mouth fatty pork belly, tau pok and hardboiled egg stew.
Location: Blk 71 Seng Poh Road #01-49Singapore 160071
Contact: +65 62253762
2. Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice
Introduction: Beach Road Scissor Cut Curry Rice at Jalan Besar has a long history and has been popular through the years.Reason it is called scissors cut is probably because the person behind the glass expertly cuts up almost everything you order with a pair of scissors with a one-track mind
Offerings: Hainanese curry rice is the main attraction of Beach Road Scissor Cut Curry Rice restaurant.Each plate was around $4,the way they operates like a production line, various food items are on the display cabinet. You just need to stand in the queue, specify the amount of rice you want and point out the food items that you like, you can simply choose the toppings that you like for an example cabbage, egg , pork chop and etc.
Location: 244F Upp Thomson RdSingapore 574369
Contact: +65 6396 6225
3. Hong Seng Curry Rice
Introduction: Hong Seng Curry Rice in Singapore was founded in 1995 at Redhill Hawker Centre by the matriarch of the Lim family as a means to feed a household of 7. The humble stall has survived the generations by endeavoring to present the best quality of food to their loyal patrons. 3 generations of lasting operation is a testament to the quality of the fare served.
Offerings: Hainanese curry rice is a messy affair. Deep fried pieces of pork are snipped with a pair of scissors, stewed cabbage is strewn over the plate and thick curry is sloppily ladled over rice.
A plate of rice with pork chops, cabbage and curry starts from $2.20, while popular add ons include curry chicken ($2), stewed pork belly ($1) and long beans fried with sambal ($0.70), making for a tasty and affordable meal.
Location: 85 Redhill Lane, #01-74 Redhill Market and Food Centre, Singapore 150085
Contact: +65 6123 4567
4. Redhill Curry Rice
Introduction: Students at Singapore Management University will probably be familiar with the name Hong Seng Curry Rice, but not many would know that its 27 year-old owner also owns a branch at Redhill Food Centre.They selling really tasty traditional situated in Redhill Lane market. It is located just off Redhill MRT and beside Redhill Close. The curry rice is also known as the Hainanese variant. The dish staple usually contains a bed of steamed white rice.
Offerings: Besides having more than 20 different side dishes to go with your curry rice, the stall also serves a value set meal ($4) that comes with six different ingredients in small servings. This is a great option as it allows you to try the different side dishes without stuffing yourself or having to pay too much.
Location: Redhill Market and Food Centre, 85 Redhill Lane, #01-95, Singapore 150085
Contact: +65 9820 5483
5.Eleven Fingers (Eukee) Scissors Curry Rice
Introduction: Eleven Finger Scissors Curry Rice is tucked away at the back of a kopitiam at Queen Street but despite its location, the stall can be easily spotted by the long queue snaking out during lunch time.
Offerings: It’s a decent place to get your curry rice fix.they’ll generously rain three different types of sauces for their perfect curry gravy combination that is thick, dark and rich. The selection of ingredients are pretty basic fried egg, fried pork chop, chap chye, egg, curry chicken, braised meat and tao pok. All the items come together as one beautiful mess, having all basic elements of a good curry rice. Along with four different types of curry sauce, a plate of rice with chicken wings, pork cutlet, and braised cabbage only cost you about $4.
Location: Blk 269B Queen Street, #01-235, Rong Liang Ge Eating House, Singapore 180269
6.Zhong Guo Jie Hainanese Curry Rice (Yuguo)
Introduction: Besides the many impressive list of stalls that received the Bib Gourmand award in Amoy Street Food Centre, another reason to visit the hawker centre would be for the cheap and good Yuguo Curry Rice.
Offerings: With a large variety of ingredients, you can get a hearty meal of vegetable, egg, and meat at $4. You can also help yourself to free egg drop soup to complete your meal.Messy sloppy goodness, the drenched rice makes you wanna gobble everything up in a jiffy. The pork chop is evidently of the thin, pork crisp or chips kind more than it is a pork chop. Maxwell Hainanese’s Pork chop has a detectable layer of sweet aromatic batter.The broiled cabbage with tang hoon is really soft and silky but the gravy is kinda sour. The curry here is not starchy, instead it is more watery and slightly more assam-ish than the traditionally sweeter hainanese curry. It also carries a little spice kick.
Location: 7 Maxwell Road, #01-13, Singapore 069111