$7.50 for $15 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Award Winning Casuarina Curry
- Award-winning restaurant
- A wide range of curries, including the famous Fish Head Curry
- More than 40 types of roti prata
- Casual and relaxed atmosphere
- Great for late night supper
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Like Frisbees, spaceships and discus fish, the similarly shaped roti prata has been a longtime source of much enjoyment and wonder for mankind. Contemplate the circumferential significance of this circular snack with today’s Groupon: for $7.50, you get $15 worth of Indian cuisine at award-winning Casuarina Curry.
Casual comfort is the word of the day at this unpretentious establishment, with its bright, inviting interior and relaxed al fresco area. Known as much for the quality of its curry as well as its smorgasbord of prata variants, Casuarina Curry has attracted (and retained) its share of Singapore’s foodies-in-the-know since 1992. The perennially popular Fish Head Curry ($18), spicily served in a piping hot clay-pot, will have you squirming in masochistic delight. For those looking to stray off the beaten path of plain and egg prata, take your pick from an extensive list of more than 40 delicious deviants: the restaurant offers banana, jagong, chicken floss and even durian flavors.
With an affordable, eclectic menu, getting your daily dose of spicy sauces and crispy carbs is as easy and fun as singing “The wheels on the bus go round and round…” on loop. Unlike spare tires, monster truck wheels and ringworm, Casuarina’s disk-shaped delights are guaranteed to make you come back for more… and more… and more.
Operating hours:Weekdays: 10am – 12 midnight
Weekends: 7am – 12 midnight
Awarded the Straits Times Life! Eats Best Roti Prata Stall Award in 2004.
"Do not expect a typical restaurant style setting. Really the main reason why we are there is not the ambience but the prata - nothing else matters. Also check out the pictures of famous celebs and even ministers who like prata. They do my fav paper prata and egg prata! It’s stretched into a long rectangular shape, almost A4 size. It’s paper-thin and crispy. Another fav dish is the chocolate prata! If you crave for chocolate on prata, just order it. Takes some time to get it prepared but it is worth the wait. They do some other interesting combinations like cheese prata, mushroom prata, pineapple/cheese prata (reminds me of Hawaiian Pizza) and chicken floss prata. Actually any combination of prata they have, except Durian prata! But will anyone eat that, I wonder?" - Yebber User Review