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📍MTR 1924 Singapore ( Farrer Park)

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📍MTR 1924 Singapore ( Farrer Park)
🌟Pudi Masala Dosa, Thosai, Uddhina Vada. Rava Idly
💰 ~$10-15



One of the top authentic South Indian cuisine restaurant in Singapore with 90 year rich history🇸🇬 🇮🇳 during this pandemic period I’m impressed by how hygienic and clean the place is – the measures were strictly taken and they really went the extra mile to make you feel safe and service is tip top💯 firstly I haven’t never had any of these dishes before, so it’s my first time trying ( personal review)🙏⚠️ it’s interesting how they used the same flavorful ingredients and fillings to create so many variation of dishes👍 (due to the vegan/vegetarian constraints)✨🌼 but still manages to create a variety of textures and tastes through their sides like sambar ( lentil stew) and chutney🤩 the highlight is definitely the PUDI MASALA DOSA ($7)💖 I will go back just for this! The spicy chutney powder on the fluffy pancake smeared with gleetopled with scoop of potato-onion filling is just SPICY SAVORY POTATO DELIGHT🥰💯 worth all the hype and rave🌟 another shoutout to the RAVA IDLY which is something really interesting – steamed semolina cake mixed with yoghurt and other ingredients is a unique item that I will recommended trying☺️ with this I end off my row of Indian food highlights🌼🤤 hope everyone had a great Diwali/Deepavali weekend 🪔



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