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The Victoria Room @ The Cricket Club

I cherish each of these CNY foodscapades to The Cricket Club when the rest of the world is tossing to yusheng, black moss mushroom claypots and eating lotus leaf glutinous rice for the nth time this festive season. Indian food is their forte and amidst all the gluttony, a visit to TCC is a breath of fresh air.


Mulligatawny Soup ($6.50)

So hearty, this is curry in a soup topped with rice grains. Arguably, the best Singapore has to offer.


Palak Paneer ($8.90)
Cottage cheese cooked in spinach

Spinach and cheese only goes so well if it's a palak paneer and the chef definitely did it justice.


Aloo Gobi ($8.90)
Cauliflower, potatoes, onions, tomato

Vegetables cooked too soft but nothing is stopping me from licking the gravy pot clean.


Southern Indian Fish Curry ($12.90)
Spices, eggplant, lady finger, tomato

Crisp fried fish cutlets in a tangy gravy. I could do with more spice but this was comforting even without.


SCC Chicken and Egg Curry ($12.90)
Pickles, Papadum

Another of those sure hit dishes, butter, indian spices and tomato paste made this a home run. Plus those yummy tender chicken pieces.


Garlic Naan ($3.60)

Freshly made doughy treats, these pinchable carbs ended up mopping up the gravy.


I could not resist an order of this mini wok fried rice, nothing fancy except this tastes like childhood.


Gunner ($4.80)

The Cricket Club's gunner concoction are possibly the best drunk around. Just enough soda and lemon juice and to think after two large mugs between two of us, we still had space for more.

I'm already looking forward to next years' CNY just for this meal again. 

The Victoria Room
The Cricket Club

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