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Phoenix Heights, 4 Phoenix s668158 (Bukit Panjang)
6468 1044
Indian  /  Curries  /  Restaurant  /  Brunch  /  Family
Tue.-Sun. 11:00–15:00/18:00–22:00
Mon. Closed
S$11 - S$20
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Overall Score 3.9
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Fish Head Curry
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Chicken Briyani
sweet corn soup
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10 min(s) (Dine-in)
Date
2014-03-29
We spent...
Approx. S$13 (Dinner)
30
MAR 14

It is my first time eating at Phoenix Indian restaurant and was amazed by the designs and the taste of the food. If you dine-in, you will notice some arts are pasted on the walls, with 3D effects. They have lots of dishes such as chicken Briyani which cost about $9.50 and chicken fried rice which cost $7.00. I tried the soup, mushroom soup and sweet corn veg soup, both were nice. Their rice has a special taste, which was different from any other Indian restaurant. I went with my fri...
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2012-08-10
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AUG 12

Well, it is my first time going to that restaurant to eat, my friend and i ordered a curry fish head that seems to have a reasonable price and look appetizing. After the food came, it does look appetizing but don't know if it is really nice, so i had a bite. The curry is not too spicy but it just had some kind of sense of Indian. The fish head is not bad as it doesn't taste fishy nor does it smell fishy. The meat don't really have taste, It all depended on the curry. In the end, we ...
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Mutton kebab
fish tikka and tandoori chicken
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Approx. S$25 (Lunch)
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MAR 11

We had lunch at the Phoenix Indian Restaurant, a small restaurant hidden amongst the private residential estate of Phoenix Heights. Not many know about this cosy place as it is tucked away among a row of shophouses. We first tried the starters - mutton kebab - it was absolutely sizzling good! We had briyani rice together with tandoori chicken and fish tikka. The fish tikka was my favourite - it was something different from the usual fish tikka, marinated with a special flavou...
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