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Curry Times Menu Singapore With Prices List
National Day Special
Their Signature Curry Chicken is a must-try, starting at just S$10.80. If you’re dining with a group, opt for the generous Sharing Portion at S$18.40. Not a chicken fan? No worries! Indulge in their delectable Curry Beef, available with Pineapple & Tomato, starting from S$14.50, or go big with the Sharing Portion at S$21. Seafood lovers will find delight in the Curry Batang Fish Fillet Rice for S$13. To add that authentic touch to your home-cooked meals, don’t forget to pick up some Curry Paste for just S$5.50.
Dishes With Rice
Their menu boasts an array of tempting options, including Nasi Lemak with Crispy Chicken Wing, Nasi Lemak With Chicken Super Drum, Nasi Lemak with Curry Chicken, Nasi Lemak with Dry Curry Chicken, Nasi Lemak with Curry Beef, Nasi Lemak With Batang Fish, and Nasi Lemak Chicken Satay, all priced from S$ 10.20.
Their menu boasts a delightful array of dishes, including the mouthwatering Dry Laksa Goreng, the savory Traditional Beef Brisket, and the delectable Soya Sauce Chicken Dry, all priced from just S$10.80. With generous sharing portions like the Traditional Beef Brisket Sharing Portion and a variety of options like the Fried Curry Maggi Goreng and Fried Batang Fish Soup with Milk, this restaurant promises a satisfying culinary experience.
Treat yourself to the delectable Chicken, Prawn, and Water Chestnut Ngo Hiang starting from just S$ 10.20. For a crispy and savory option, try the Chicken Satay Platter with 10 sticks at S$ 13.90. Vegetarians will love the Steamed Tofu with Chye Poh for S$ 8.60. Don’t miss the unique Cold Tofu with Salted Egg Yolk and Century Egg priced at S$ 8.60. With a variety of omelette choices and fragrant rice and noodle options like Nasi Lemak Rice and Thick Bee Hoon starting from S$ 2.20, there’s something to satisfy every craving.
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Is Curry Times halal?
If you’ve been wondering whether Curry Times serves halal food, I’m delighted to confirm that this restaurant has obtained the halal certification. So, for all my fellow foodies who prefer halal dining experiences, you can now head to Curry Times at Westgate with peace of mind and indulge in their delectable offerings without any worries.
How many branches does Curry Times have in Singapore?
4 branches are Curry Times in Singapore.
Who is the owner of Curry Times in Singapore?
Old Chang Kee is the owner of Curry Times in Singapore.
Does Curry Times accept credit cards?
Yes! Curry Times accepts credit cards.
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