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The Oval Revisited @ Singapore Cricket Club

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That particular week was spent trying a total of three different mulligatawny soups and we still preferred Cricket Club's - and seconds within a week. The system must have been shocked with so many spices.

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SCC Mulligatawny Soup ($6.90)

Being reunited with this was sheer happiness, thick spicy curry broth makes this liquid curry so addictictive, it can completely be passed off as a mains on its own.

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Club Sandwich ($11.90)
Chicken, Bacon, Egg, Lettuce, Tomato and French Fries

Barely club sandwich as I would call it with more bread than ingredients. The fries were good though.

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Bhindi Do Pyaza ($7.90)
Lady finger stir-fried with onions and chat masala

Trust the Indians to embrace ladies fingers with much aplomb, this dry curry dish enough joy for me to love curry vegetables wholeheartedly.

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Tandoori Chicken ($9.90)

Somehow the tandoori chicken was more salty than the other curry dishes, the over marination was hinging on unpleasant.

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Basmati ($3)

Good enough for 2, very comfortably.

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Palek Paneer ($8.90)
Cheese cubes cooked in spinach

Next to ladies fingers, this is my next favourite vegetable curry dish! Cottage cheese and spinach, sublime combination!

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Prawn Vindaloo ($8.90)
Prawns slow cooked in spicy sauce and potatoes

Like prawns soaked in sodium bicarbonate and love this, otherwise this could potentially be a turn off despite its toothsome gravy.

I probably had met my Mulligatawny soup quota for the year - this also serves as a reminder to myself to only order Indian food at Singapore Cricket Club!

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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