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Telephone
6455 9093
Opening Hours
Today
07:00 - 00:00
Mon - Sun
07:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Online Reservation
Catering
Delivery
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
http://www.casuarinacurry.com/
About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Chicken / Mutton Murtabak Chicken Floss Prata Mushroom Cheese Prata
Review (39)
Level4 2014-12-26
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When we arrive at the shop,we were served to our table quickly and the waiter pass us the menu. We ordered for plain prata, paper prata, egg prata and drinks- iced the terik!The plain prata is good and crispy as the quality is always consistent whenever I'm back. The egg one has a savoury taste as i prefer this over the plain one though this might be a bit more oily. And the paper prata is more crispy and bigger piece as compared to the plain/egg prata and non- chewy kind. It tasted more like snack than a main to eat. haha. The curry served was sufficient for our pratas and there's sugar by the side too.It was a fulfilling meal and it is value for its money. I will visit them again! Ups. continue reading
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When one talks about Roti Prata, it is without a doubt that they will mention Casuarina Curry, for after all they’ve been in Singapore since 1992 and they are still going strong!Casuarina Curry serves a wide variety of prata, curry, noodles and rice/biryani. On this most recent trip, we discovered that Casuarina Curry also does catering! One of the packages for only $15 per pax actually provides prata to be made on the spot by one of the skilled prata chefs.Overall, Carsuarina Curry serves reasonably good roti prata and curry, prata are not oily at all which you would not feel too guilty when gobble down a few pieces more. Both the Mutton and Chicken curry are savoury. The paper prata is something you should not miss as well.Please refer to www.ieatandeat.com for details review. continue reading
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After a run at Macritchie Reservoir, my friend brought me to this place to eat back all the calories burnt. Air con enviroment with lots of seats. Good place for large group of diners. Tearing their prata into small piecs and dipped into the curry was like the best thing can happened on a friday morning. The semi watery curry sticked onto the prata, yet the crispiness of the prata remained. Their curry had a hint of sourness and strong aroma from all the spices. Heavy in smell but light on the taste bud. Personally I felt that their Tandoori Chicken was the best I ever ate. Looked dry on the outside but it was so moist inside. The surface was clothed with the layer of spices and the super heated charcoal sealed up all its juices insde. Try it was the lemon. Just a small squeeze of lemon juice, it provide the dish with an refreshing touch. Simply can't stop eating.  continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-10
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Singapore is a wonderful place to dine. We can enjoy all races of food at any time and not subject to festive restriction. It does not mean that we have wait till Deepavali for Nasi Brayani. We were at Casurina Drive and saw a cozy dinning place. We ordered a plate of rice Brayani with chicken. We offered the drumstick but it was a skinny drumstick and wondered where had the meat gone to. The chicken was rather skinny, no meat. The chicken was dried as the gravy was not rich and thick. When we blended the gravy with the brayani, the texture of the rice is not smooth. I found it dried and did not enjoy the meal. The rice did not have a strong aroma. From the outside, the restaurant looks impression. However, when we went in, the restaurant was congested with tables and chairs. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-16
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Had dinner at this place last night. Onli A/C prata place I could think of to bring my overseas relatives to. We ordered the following:Banana PrataUnique. It was served w caramel sauce drizzled over it. Good for those who prefer a sweet-tasting prata to that drenched in curry.Chix Floss PrataAnother non-option for non-spicy eaters. But I drenched it in fish curry as well for a fragrant cum sweet taste! Haha! Chix MurtabakThe chix within tasted as though they were smothered w curry powder - stunning orange! Rather spicy! Not fantastic. I was expecting more meat in it. Egg PrataNot fantastic in comparison w e special pratas. Mushroom Cheese PrataDisappointment.  It was salty! I was expecting Mozzarella cheese within, but it wasn't. Also, the mushrooms were all in a lump! Not evenly spread out! Mutton BriyaniDidn't try this, since I don't fancy Mutton.Plain PrataSame as Egg Prata.Do remember to ask for fish curry for your pratas! We were served w some other curry that stinks! Wonder if was Mutton! Overall, considering that it is an A/C place, it remains passable. But for a good prata fix, I'd still head to The Roti Prata Shop down the road! Pratas there are crispier & tastier! Total Cost: $32+ (6 pax)I'd say - cheap! If i were to visit again, I would order the pretty Choc Prata & Beehoon Goreng!  continue reading
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