Monday, February 20, 2012

Spice Sutra Restaurant & Cafe @ Upper Thomson Road

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I still remember my first encounter with Spice Sutra a few years back. After reading good reviews about the restaurant on Hungrygowhere.com, my partner and I decide to check out the place. However we made a last minute U-turn at the restaurant's doorstep as there were hardly any customers. Thanks to Charlene from www.missuschewy.com asking me along for a food tasting session at Spice Sutra, I am able to judge for myself whether the reviews are truth.

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Spice Sutra serves Northern Indian cuisine and it has an extensive menu of Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian starters and mains. In addition, you can also have Naan & Roti, Rice & Briyani, Kebab Roll, Soup and Dessert on their menu.

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Mix Grill Hotplate 4/5

The Mix Grill Hotplate ($31.90) came with an assortment of the chef's selection of meats marinated with oriental spices and grilled. A good starter where you get to try bits of everything that the restaurant offers.

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Samosa Chaat 4.5/5

The Samosa Chaat ($5.90) is a best try. This is like an open faced version of the Samosa we usually have. It has chick peas, boiled potatoes, yogurt, ketchup, chopped onions, lime squeeze and spicy garnish. Don't be deceived by the greenish sauce, that is the highlight of this dish.

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Butter Naan and Garlic Naan 4.2/5

Spice Sutra offers 6 types of Naan on their menu. We had the Butter Naan ($3.50) and Garlic Naan ($3.90) served in a nice basket and sliced into smaller pieces. The Naans were fluffy and not oily.

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Butter Chicken 4/5

To go with the Naan, we went for the Butter Chicken ($15.90) so that we can dip it into the gravy and scoop the tender boneless tandoori chicken.

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Mutton Masala 4.5/5

We also ordered the Mutton Masala ($15.90) which was very good. The mutton cubes cooked in spicy gravy was very soft and tender.

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Prawn Biryani 4.5/5

The Prawn Biryani ($15.90) was the surprise for the night. The Basmati rice absorbed the aromatic flavours from the spices and retained the moisture making the rice very fragrant. Spice Sutra definitely is a place where spices and taste matters most.


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Gajjar Haluwa 4/5

After all the savoury food, we decided to try the carrot dessert on the menu. It is a warm dessert with sweeten carrot strips. The taste and texture was rather unique to me, kind of like eating fruit cake.


Spice Sutra Restaurant & Cafe
Thomson Imperial Court
200 Upper Thomson Road
#01-03
Singapore 574424
Website: http://spicesutra.com/ss/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpiceSutra
Nearest MRT: Marymount (CC Line)

Opening Hours:
Lunch: 11am - 230pm (Wed-Sun)
Dinner: 6pm - 1030pm (Daily)
Closed on Mon & Tue for Lunch

Direction:
1) Alight at Marymount MRT station. Take Exit A. Cut through Shunfu estate and walk towards Thomson Community Club. Thomson Imperial Court building is just beside Thomson Community Club along Upper Thomson Road. Journey time about 10 minutes.

3 comments:

  1. Glad that you enjoyed the food! Hmmm i kinda miss their mutton masala! *slurps*

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    1. Oh! Lovely food and thanks for asking me along. I definitely will go back again.

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    2. The food looks delicious. I hope I can try them cause I really love eating.

      Candice Anderson
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