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Friday, October 20, 2023

Al Haleem Restaurant

It was a rare sight that we were here in Little India after dinner time and for supper. If not for the Art Jamming class at Paint Blush we had a few doors away, we would not have a chance to be here.


The creamy Butter Chicken was good to pair with our Garlic Naans. It was creamy but not cloying.

Butter Chicken Masala - $8 

 Its fragrance and taste were a good marriage to our Naans.

Butter Chicken & Naan

This is the first time I'm having their classic curried dish from North Indian Cuisine which was supposedly made with fresh spinach, onions, spices, panner and herbs. I was kind of turned off by the artificial green colour that made my entire mouth green. 

Palak Panner - $7

"Palak" is a Hindi word for "Spinach" and "Paneer" refers to cottage cheese. Pardon me but the cheese tasted similar to our Chinese food Tau Gua instead.


Sharing the Naan with my friends, we had Garlic and Kulcha Naan. The Kulcha Naan was made up of shredded carrots. Both Naan tasted decent with the gravy we ordered.

Garlic Naan & Kulcha Naan - $3.50 Each

On a side note, we had the egg pratas with Dhal Curry and we loved it very much for the vegetarian curry was packed with Chickpeas taste. Yummy!

Rating: 3 / 5

Al Haleem Restaurant
  65 Dunlop St, Singapore 209393

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