Village Curry Little India Singapore

Village Curry

Welcome to Village Curry Restaurant in Singapore. It’s a great place to eat in Little India, Singapore, at 20 Kerbau Rd. People love this restaurant because it has yummy Indian food in a cosy and friendly atmosphere. The busy surroundings of Little India match perfectly with diverse menu, making the top pick for those who enjoy natural and tasty food.

Let’s talk about the delicious food. We proudly serve dishes like the tasty Biryani Dosai and cool drinks. We ensure to get all the info about food from official places, so you can trust that it’s accurate and true. Whether you’re a student checking out Little India or someone who likes good food, Village Curry is the place to be. Try the fantastic flavours and experience the mix of cultures right here in Singapore.

Village Curry Restaurant Menu and Price

Set Meals

DishesPrice in SGD
Chicken 657
Lamb Tripe7.5
Prawn (Seasonal)8
Crab (Seasonal)9


DishesPrice in SGD
Poppadum (2 pcs)0.2
Vegetable (small)0.5
Curry (small)0.5
Vegetable (large)1
Curry (large)1
Plain Rice1
Variety Rice1.5


DishesPrice in SGD
Medu Vadai (1 pc)0.7
Masala Vadai (1 pc)0.8
Badji (1 pc)0.8
Onion Pakora1
Chickpea Sundal1
Sweet Apom1
Potato Samosa (1 pc)1.2

Frequently Asked Question(FAQs)

Yes, Village Curry Restaurant restaurant is halal in Singapore, serving halal menu items.

Village Curry Restaurant has four restaurants in Singapore, located at:

  • 20 Kerbau Rd, Singapore 219159.
  • 8 Lim Teck Kim Rd, Singapore 088937.
  • 36 Boat Quay, Singapore 049825.
  • 111 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 179098.

The Village Curry Restaurant restaurant at 20 Kerbau Rd operates from 7:00 AM To 11:30 PM (Monday-Sunday).

Final Words

Village Curry in Little India, Singapore, is a favourite spot for delicious and authentic Indian cuisine. Located at 20 Kerbau Rd., the warm atmosphere and diverse menu make it a top choice. Don’t miss trying their standout dishes, the aromatic Biryani and crispy Dosai, for a taste of true Indian flavours in the heart of Singapore.

Village Curry Littile India Location and Opening Hour

Kerbau Rd

Opening Hours: Monday To Sunday (7:00 AM To 8:00 PM)

Lim Teck Kim Rd

Opening Hours: Monday To Sunday (12:00 AM To 12:00 AM)

Boat Quay

Opening Hours: Monday To Sunday (11:00 AM To 12:00 PM)

Peninsula Plaza

Opening Hours: Monday To Sunday (8:00 AM To 9:00 PM)


Village Curry
Based on 63 reviews
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Ragawan NairRagawan Nair
21:38 04 May 24
Located in Singapore, Curry Village offers an ultimate dining experience in Indian cuisine. Their chefs, hailing from India, demonstrate rich culinary expertise. You can indulge in casually prepared yet sophisticated Tandoor and Curry dishes. The menu changes seasonally, ensuring sensational flavors. They also have an adventurous international wine list. The warm and welcoming atmosphere makes you feel right at home. Some featured dishes include Aloo Gobi, Palak Paneer, and Kashmiri Rogan Josh1.
M-C. CamilleM-C. Camille
05:39 23 Feb 24
I like to come here for a teh tarik or for a quick meal. Family own business, very kind and helpful. Food is good and affordable. Very nice owners.Very well located in the middle of Little India.Recommended close by many shops and food and flowers market.
Bars BarsBars Bars
11:13 06 Jan 24
A good small food place for local Indians. So the food is very much authentic Indian and absolutely cheap. Maybe the place looks not classy and someone's even wouldn't call it a "restaurant". But, if you are Indian food lover, this place is definitely the one you're looking for. It's worth your wallet and your stomach.
Michael VelooMichael Veloo
08:54 23 Dec 23
The thosai was good and the staff were friendly.
Karoline SKaroline S
14:39 11 Nov 23
Best Indian food we ever had!
Konrad LipiecKonrad Lipiec
13:41 05 Mar 23
Insanely good curry. I had the butter chicken which was quite mild and would be the perfect meal for those preferring less spicy dishes. As a side I got roti, and a sweet pastry for dessert (im not sure what it was 😅).While the roti was tasty, it could have been warmer, but the pastry was really good otherwise.Also pcitured is the masala tea, which was very nice and warm as well.If you are in the area and cannot decide which of the many places to go to, try this one out, you won't be dissapointed.
Harry KekHarry Kek
04:59 22 Feb 23
Busy corner and food is alright, nothing exceptional. I like the paintings on the pillars and walls. Add a sense of vibrancy and a touch of village life!
Pei Yun HuangPei Yun Huang
02:25 10 Feb 23
The location is next door to the restaurant, and there are constant crowds from morning to night. It looks delicious. We Asians don’t know how to order Indian food. Fortunately, it has a food panda website, which takes screenshots of the food pictures we want to eat. Order with the boss, very delicious

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