$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Samy's Curry in Dempsey. $30 for $60 Option Available.
- Extensive fine Indian cuisine
- Must-try Signature dishes include Fish Head Curry and Masala Chicken
- Great food at affordable prices
- Vegetarian and non-vegetarian options
- Groupon can be used for all alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
- Located along Dempsey Road and cosily nestled among a cluster of colonial buildings
- $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine
- $60 Worth of Indian Cuisine
Valid 6 months. Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 Groupon per bill. Closed on Tues.
Reservation required, call 6472 2080.
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- For $15, you get $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine.
- For $30, you get $60 Worth of Indian Cuisine.
Samy’s Curry experienced team of chefs loads plates with a spread of authentic and flavorful Indian cuisine, ranging from their signature Masala Chicken ($4.70/pc) cooked in Samy's secret masala to scrumptiously authentic Fish Head Curry (from $18).
Enjoy other chef selections such as Mysore Mutton ($4 per portion) which features chunks of lamb marinated in authentic Indian spices, or seafood delights like the Curry Squid (from $4) and Crab or Prawn Sambal. Get some greens with the Spinach packed Palak Paneer ($3 per portion) or the delicious Gobi dish ($3 per portion) which features crunchy cauliflower marinated and fried with spices.
The extensive menu covers meals for meat lovers’, vegetarians seafood fanatics, giving a great selection to patrons to fill their bellies with scrumptious fare.
Carb feasters can yeast up their meal with filling and warm naan bread, such as the Cheese ($2.80) or Kashmiri Naan ($3) or overindulge with a Naan Basket ($13).
Sweet tooths can laud the deliciousness of Indian dessert with Gulab Jamun, a tasty fried sweet treat, coated in a syrupy goodness or Mango Kulfi, the Indian alternative to ice cream while diner fill the black hole in their middles known as their appetites with an extensive menu of tasty delights.
The quaint setting and taste for tradition at Samy's Curry are perfect for a trip back in time."
- The Straits Times review
What must be Singapore’s oldest Indian restaurant is also one of the most colonial and charming."
- I-S Magazine Restaurant guide
A fiery fare so well-loved, its well hidden location on a hill opposite to Botanical Gardens making a beeline for the famous fish head curry."
- Eight Days review
Daily: 11am-3pm, 6pm-10pm
Closed on Tuesday