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This is a great place for a quick brunch of Dosai and Masala chai or a more substantial meal. If it's busy you may need to share a table but that's all part of the fun. One of our favourite places to eat in Singapore.
What a great experience.
This place has to be seen to be believed.
For vegetarian Indian lovers like us this place was brilliant.
Always packed out, tables are turned over every 30 minutes. It’s incredible how busy the place was. Which meant we new the...More
I had food thrice here. Very dirty place. Crowded. Much hyped. Wash basin in the second floor looks terrible and the hotel management does not care. You cannot eat food after seeing the wash basin. A slight for Indians. Toilet is inside the kitchen which...More
They offered us a seat upstairs but we opted for the street level. It was very busy but worth the bussle for the food and atmosphere. The food was delicious and affordable only $4 a plate. I wish I’d found it sooner in my trip....More
Four of us had lunch here for SGD33 and it's one of the best meals we've had without doubt.
We had 4 Mains, 3 starters & 3 comes and we couldn't finish it all.
We had 3 Masala Dosai, 1 Mysore Masala Dosai, 1 Kotho...More
You must be doing something right if you have been around for 70 years. And Komala Villas gets most things right.
Don’t expect silver service because that is not what this place is about. Instead, it is about a taste of South Indian vegetarian...More
The food was incredible and amazingly priced we both got a set meal which was way too much for me but I wanted to try a bit of everything so it worked.
It was a little hectic with a few too many people standing around...More
With a strong local Indian community, this pocket of Singapore can feel like another place and time. Wander past traditional barbershops while local residents in brightly colored saris patronize retailers from decades past. Peruse streets lined with colorful shops as the aroma of curry tempts you to indulge. Listen to the Bollywood music echoing from storefronts and take in the stalls selling bright flowers, fabrics, and
spices. At the 24-hour, four-level Mustafa Shopping Center, you can shop through the night and find everything from pharmacy and grocery items to Bollywood DVDs and diamond necklaces. Singapore’s Little India offers a colorful, lively taste of the subcontinent and is well worth the visit.