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Supercurry Review: Supreme-Inspired Curry Rice Stall By Ex-Antoinette Cafe Founder

19th September 2022

Supercurry for Singapore-style curry rice in Telok Ayer

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The hypebeast trend seems to have trickled down into the food scene, as seen from newly opened curry rice stall Supercurry. Helmed by Chef Pangthe founder of the now-defunct AntoinetteSupercurry is a hawker stall at Telok Ayer serving ‘Singapore-style’ curry rice with unique toppings such as sambal sotong and corn fritters.

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Food at Supercurry

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As Supercurry is renowned for their curry chicken, we got the Curry Chicken ($7.80), which came with a generous serving of braised vegetables, onion omelette, and big chunks of fried tau kee.

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While the curry was thick and creamy, I would have liked to have more of it as the rice was rather dry. The curry was also on the spicy side though it’s worth mentioning that my spice tolerance is poorer than most. As for the vegetables, they were sweet with a light crunch. Overall, I found this to be a satisfying plate of curry.

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We also had the Fried Chicken ($7.80) set, which is their most popular item. Aside from the pieces of fried chicken, this plate had ingredients similar to the previous dish and featured the same spicy gravy.

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While I’m not the biggest fan of fried food, I enjoyed the fried chicken and found the batter to be crispy without being too oily. The meat underneath was tender with a sweet taste that reminded me of chicken cutlet.

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For sides, we ordered the Braised Soy Sauce Chicken ($2.50), which had a moreish gravy that was mildly sweet. The chicken was not super tender but also not too dry. My only gripe with this dish was that they could have been more generous with the gravy.

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On the side, we also got the Sambal Sotong With Tempeh ($2.50), which turned out to be the spiciest dish I’ve had in a while. The squid rings were big and chewy without being rubbery, and there were two small pieces of tempeh hidden in the sambal. It’s a shame that the spiciness was quite overpowering as I could not really taste the flavours of the onions and tempeh.

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Ambience at Supercurry

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Supercurry is located in Telok Ayer Coffeeshop alongside other popular hawkers such as Uptown Nasi Lemak and Veggie 121. While the coffeeshop is small, it welcomes a bustling office crowd during the lunch hour. Seats are relatively easy to find, and the dining space is quite airy, so you don’t need to worry about sweating too much.

Supercurry is a two-minute walk from Telok Ayer MRT Station.

The verdict

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Supercurry has some promising dishes, and while I appreciate the big portions that come with it, I wish they were more generous with the curry sauce. I also liked the unique ingredients in the curry rice, especially the fried tau kee. While I don’t see myself travelling down to Telok Ayer just for Supercurry, I wouldn’t mind dropping by whenever I’m in the area.

If you’re looking for another affordable curry rice stall to try, read our Babas Peranakan review. For more good food in Telok Ayer, check out our 11 Telok Ayer food places guide.

Address: 121 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068590
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 4pm
Supercurry is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Photos taken by Jasper Juay.
This was an independent review by Eatbook.sg

Supercurry Review: Singapore-style Curry Rice By Ex-Antoinette Cafe Founder in Telok Ayer
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    Supercurry Review: New Curry Rice Stall By Ex-Antoinette Cafe Founder in Telok Ayer - 7/10
7/10

Summary

Pros

– Generous portions
– Interesting toppings including ngor hiang and fried tau kee

Cons

– Curry and sambal are very spicy

Recommended dishes: Curry Chicken ($7.80) and Fried Chicken ($7.80)

Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 4pm

Address: 121 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068590

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