A Sutra Not to be Missed!

Spice Sutra - Detail

7th July 2011. Written by Xin Li.
Why look so far for good Indian food when it’s just nearby. Despite being around for a number of years, I have never tried Spice Sutra until this month.


Spice Sutra - Interior

The service was very good and the staff were very friendly. Furthermore, Spice Sutra offers a variety of discounts such as a 20% discount for students and it is also listed in MakanDeals.com! They even had a buffet offer.


Spice Sutra - Table

Using the voucher from MakanDeals, we took the opportunity to have some Indian food at Spice Sutra to celebrate the end of a National Service ordeal that my friend has been through over the past few months.


Spice Sutra - Tandoori Chicken (Half)

We had half a Tandoori Chicken (11.00+ SGD) which is quite nicely seasoned and reasonably tender.


Spice Sutra - Sultana Pulau

The Sultana Pulau (6.90+ SGD) is basmati rice flavoured with saffron and mixed with sultanas. I enjoyed this.


Spice Sutra - Butter Chicken

The Butter Chicken (15.90+ SGD) is a robust and hearty stew like dish that serves a perfect complement as dips for the naans.


Spice Sutra - Garlic Naan

We tried 3 types of Naans, namely, the Plain (3.00+ SGD), Garlic, (3.90+ SGD) and the Butter (3.50+ SGD).


Spice Sutra - Plain Naan

Each naan order is a trio which is perfect for the 3 of us to share. Generally the naans were quite good, it was done just nice. It was crispy without being too hard like a biscuit and goes very well with the butter chicken.

Spice Sutra - Kulfi

We completed the meal with an original Kulfi (4.90+ SGD), Indian-style ice cream. It tasted and looked very different from the one I had at Banana Leaf in Little India. Interesting, milky flavor but I didn’t enjoy those colourful bits with my kulfi.

We used our $10 for $25 dollar voucher from MakanDeals (requires a minimum spending of 50.00 SGD) and the bill came up to 30.00 SGD for the 3 of us.

Spice Sutra
200 Upper Thomson Road, #01-03 Thomson Imperial Court, Singapore

Tel: +65 6255 4730

Opening Hours
Tue–Sun: 11am–2.30pm, 6pm–10.30pm
(Closed on Mon)

2 comments:

  1. Wow that's certainly a place to keep in mind. I have been looking for a place to try Indian food but somewhat lost!

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  2. haha, do get a makandeals voucher if you are going to eat alot. They offer quite a few promotions and 20% discount for students if you are not using the makandeals.com voucher.

    I particularly like the Sultana Pulau and naans here.

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