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At Chutney Mary, the team concentrates on delivering the utmost authentic and popular street-style food, which will take you on a journey down the streets of India and give you an in-sight of the country’s culture and passion. With a contemporary fast-food concept, they provide original flavours in the quickest time, at extremely reasonable prices. 繼續閱讀
10:00 - 22:30
10:00 - 22:30
10:00 - 22:30
Chaats Samosa Tandoori Chicken
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等級4 2015-10-21
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We started with the Pani Puri (SGD$9.00 small / SGD$13.00 medium) - crispy puff semolina pancakes served with condiments and a bowl of chilled condiment beverage. So we just scooped a little of everything to fill up the hollow puffs. I enjoyed the crispiness and coarse texture of the durum wheat paired with spiced mashed potatoes.I really enjoyed eating the Dahi Batata Puri (SGD$9.00 small / SGD$13.00 medium) - crispy puff semolinas filled with mashed potatoes, lentil dumplings, chickpeas, sweetened yogurt, tamarind chutney, mint chutney, green chilli and coriander. We popped the tiny puffs wholly into the mouth and wait for the explosion of flavours, as the fillings cascaded smoothly unto the tongue like a (wet) dream, consisting of sweetness, saltiness, spiciness and a little hint of sourness, all in one bite. It was nearly fun to eat these.The Non-Vegetarian Kebabs Platter (SGD$19.00 small / SGD$30.00 medium) consisting of murgh malai, chicken tikka, fish tikka, seekh kebab. I liked the chicken tikka but shall go more into detail on it later. The murgh malai (creamy and aromatic marinated chicken) was tender and melty. The fish tikki was good for me too, bearing an uncanny resemblance to our "otah" in taste and texture. As for the lamb seekh kebab, it was a tad rough and dry.Another memorable favorite of mine was the Mutton Biryani served with Pappadum chips (SGD$16.50), served in a tiny pot that instantly drew out the hungry bugs in us. The basmatic grains were flavoured and cooked to a beautiful golden brown, very tasty and filled with generous cubes of tender mutton bits. This was unstoppable addiction once we started. Paired with the flaoured pappadum chips adding a touch of crisp, this dish alone sufficed to satisfy the palate and tummy.My favoritest dip was the Goan Prawn Curry (SGD$14.00 small / SGD$24.00 medium) - coconut based prawn curry. It was creamy, rich, spicy and filled with springy prawns within, making for a fantastic accompaniment for naan or rice!The Mango Kulfi Falooda (SGD$8.00) was another enticing palate-pleaser for me. Cold, icy cubes of frozen milk redolent with the mango toppings and pistachio bits, instantly sweetening the tongue and leaving us basking in the mango's delightful aroma.Following that, there was the Gajjar Halwa (SGD$7.00), a sweet dessert pudding made of condensed milk and mashed carrot. The first bite made me think of mashed sweet potatoes literally, and a few more bites even ascertained the earthly, coarse texture was similar as well.Finally, Gulab Jamun (SGD$7.00) - solid milk balls with a soft, spongy texture drenched in a sweet syrup. My all-time favorite Indian dessert, I enjoyed the light, chiffony texture of this dessert and the nectarous spoonfuls of syrup complementing its milky flavour. It was the perfect finish to this meal.For full review and more detailed information, please refer:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/10/media-invite-dinner-at-chutney-mary.html 繼續閱讀
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Chutney Mary is a small, casual bistro in Siglap, that for the better part of a decade, has been serving up tasty, authentic, bistro quality North Indian and South Indian food. Despite very little media publicity, Chutney Mary has gained a strong following via word-of-mouth, securing its longevity amongst the highly competitive restaurants of the area.Ambience at Chutney Mary is casual functional. The place is not built for comfort, furniture is simple and clean, and the atmosphere does live up to its 'fast food' tagline. While the place get a lot of natural sunlight during the day, the low ambient lighting within means very little light at night. Best for a quick meal, in fact, they also get a lot of takeaway orders.Service at Chutney Mary is definitely above your average fast food outlet, more like bistro style service. Proper cutlery is used, which staff will help to change during your meal. They're also rather friendly, albeit somewhat halting with the English language. I also commend them for introducing the various dishes, decent product knowledge on their part.Food at Chutney Mary is primarily North Indian cuisine, which they do very well, with a small selection of South Indian dishes. Generally, I find food at Chutney Mary to be very tasty, delicious, and authentic, except for their chaat / street food snacks, which end up tasting similar due to the use of the same sauces. Portions are designed for communal dining, so individual dining is not recommended. Prices at Chutney Mary are similar to most mid-range bistros, budget about SGD $28 per person for a meal here.Loved the Dhai Batata Puri (SGD $9), which has crisp, hollow semolina puff balls, filled with mashed potatoes, lentil dumplings, chickpeas, sweet yoghurt, tamarind chutney, mint chutney, green chili, and coriander. A delighful 1-bite mouthful, this chaat / street snack is absolutely delicious. Highly recommended!Our group gave the thumbs up to the Allu Tikki Channa (SGD $7.50), a savoury dish of pan fried potato patties, covered in a savoury spicy chickpea gravy, drizzled with mint chutney. The flavours are complex yet satisfiying, and the heat from the chili is manageable. Highly recommended!Loved the Chicken Tikka (SGD $13), with its meaty, juicy, well marinated, savoury boneless chunks of chicken meat. The juice of the chicken meat runs clear, and is tender in texture, yet the outside still has that smoky barbecue / grilled / tandoor aroma. Excellent, highly recommended!The Mutton Biryani With Papadum & Raita (SGD $16.50) is deceptive in looks; served in what looks like a tiny pot, the portion is actually large enough for 2 people. The biryani rice is nicely fragrant and the grains separate easily, I also like that it's not too oily! The mutton chunks are tender and moist, with a nicely savoury taste. I notice that they're more generous with the mutton here, rather than 1 large chunk, they've given many smaller, bite sized chunks. Well worth the higher price, highly recommended!The Gajar Halwa (SGD $7) is a sweet, North Indian dessert pudding whose main ingredient is grated carrot, hence the bright orange colour. Those eating it for the 1st time are usually surprised that this is a sweet dessert, not savoury. The version here is not overly sweet, with a nice chewy texture, and some crunch from the nuts. Good!Full Chutney Mary review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/10/chutney-mary-tasting-session.html 繼續閱讀
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等級2 2014-05-22
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We ordered a meat dish, a vegetable dish and some naan bread for our meal. Though the restaurant marketed itself as a fast food restaurant, the serving time of the dishes is the same as a normal Indian restaurant. The butter chicken is a forgettable dish as the taste is rather flat and on the verge of being one-dimensional. The palek paneer fare better than the butter chicken. Chutney Mary’s dishes that I’ve tasted are forgettable and the chef could be a lot more generous with the ingredients. I don’t think I will return for another visit and I certainly won’t recommend this eatery to anyone.For full review, please visit http://ahat247.wordpress.com/2014/04/28/chutney-mary-indian-fast-food-east-coast/ 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2012-07-22
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Bought a groupon voucher for Chutney Mary which was about to be expired, so decided to hop down to siglap for some Indian Food. This is something which I discovered many years back at chat masala and I grew to really love this dish - Palak Paneer. Spinach with cottage cheese. The Chutney Mary rendition is not bad, a little spicy which I like. Strong flavours of cheese and spinach. Whoever that invented this dish must have been pretty brillant. The Palak Paneer here is $10Next was the dum mutton briyani. At $15 for this small pot (small but good size for 2 people) I thought it was really expensive and not worth it. I mean the briyani wasnt bad but for the price...This is the complimentary thingy that came with the dum briyani. We also had the mango lassi, it was good - thick with yogurt and mango but it was expensive too at $6Overall the food is not bad but for a chain that claims to be a fast food restaurant, it is indeed expensive. And certainly not fast at all! 繼續閱讀
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