Arriving by bus: 23/64/65/66/67/131/139/147/857/NR6 (Bus Stop No. - 07031, aft Tekka Ctr), Arriving by Train : Exit E, Little India MRT - NE 7 on the Purple Line continue reading
Wanting to provide an authentic dining experience, founder Mr. Rajoo serves meals on fresh banana leaves – a time-honored tradition from his hometown. Komala Vilas aims to serve up authentic Indian food at reasonable prices. continue reading
Vegetarian dishes are available.
11:00 - 15:30
18:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 15:30
18:00 - 22:30
Above information is for reference only. Please check details with the restaurant.
Craving for some Indian cuisine, I will always choose to come here to grab my favourite paper tosai. To pay less than $5 for this giantic 'prata', is definitely worth the money. THe restaurant is spacious and cooling, service was really warm and friendly too. For the paper tosai, is really thin and crispy. The curry gravy is flavourful and not too spicy. Dip or without dipping it, both version taste equally good! continue reading
Last week we like to have full vegetarian meals,So we went little India & have the meals at Komala Vilas vegetarian restaurant. Here you can get all type Dosas,like wheat, Ragi, Rava, Masala Ghee, Papaer & the poori,Parata in all times,not only in the breakfast hours. We ordered Dosa & One Veg Biryani Set Meal & 1 Vagetarian Full Meals.Do you know what is full meal in Indian Style?One Big bowl of white rice can be served with ,4 types of gravys that we can put it in our rice one by one.Firstly a small quantity of rice go with Sambar Gravy,Then Tamarind type gravy,Then,Soup type gravy called Rasam The finally go with Curd.This meal set comes with 5 types of side dishes,Like curd salad, Papadam, Vegetable stir fry, Vegetable Kootu made with lentils & finally pickle.Sure at last you have your sweet dessert. If you don't want much rice , you can ordered the meal which comes with Roti's or called chappathis with rice & veggies.Taste was amazing,Price also resonable.Totally it was a heavy ,tasty lunch for us. continue reading
Potato masala has always been one of my favourites. This can be found inside the typical indian tea time/breakfast thosai or along side poori; another indian delight. Basically potato masala compromises of potatoes, peas, carrots, onions and of course masala! it is also similar to the usual curry puff potato filling but the indian version is slightly more spiced up.Different types of thosai is also available. I went for my favourite kind this time round - Masala Thosai. I love how its so crispy on the outside with a generous portion of potato masala placed right in the middle! It is also served alongside 3 different curries - Sambar (which is like a dahl curry that is common eaten with prata), coconut chutney and chili chutney. No doubt coconut chutney compromises of grated coconut and spices while the chili version is obviously spicier. They complimented the meal very well! continue reading
This is our first time to celebrate the Deepavali here, we decided to bump into Little India for indian cuisine to enjoy the moment. Hehee, from the menu, we had no idea what we wanted to order about, it was nice that they have photos with the description. We ended up to order two dishes of Dosai!Dosai - for me, it is kind of like crepe or pancake.The Dosai meal (SGD 7) served with 5 types of sauce and 3 kinds of veggies. This is 'Cone' Dosai (SGD 4). As it describes, it is in 'Cone' shape, very interesting yeah? These are vegetarian dishes though, they are actually quite oily and heavy big dish I do like Indian food. But would be nice to check it out once in a while not everyday It is lucky that we found this restaurant, very friendly people there and good price for the food! continue reading
One day after my shopping in little India, I went to Komala Vilas for a quick & light dinner. I ordered for Special wada. I actually wanted to have 2 samosas, but I went and had a look at the food on display & noticed this large pattie like thing and asked what it is & was told it is a special wada. It was quite big in size compared to normal wadas & can be had as dinner as it is quite fiilling. It is made up of pulses, onion, chillis & spices, ground together, made into a pattie & fried. It was served with 2 kinds of coconut chutney. Since it was a rainy evening & the weather was cold, I also had a cup of masala tea after my dinner. The tea was nice & had a strong masala flavor & aroma. My dinner at Komala Vilas costed me about 5-6$ only. continue reading