K had a friend in town and before bringing her to the Night Safari, we came here to have dinner. K loves the food here and was eager for me to give it a try...
We had Stir Fried Mushrooms $6.00+ -
A small portion for that price, but quite tasty.
The Stir Fried Spinach with Coconut $6.00+ didn't sound all that promising...
but I loved it! It was really yummy and the little bits of coconut added such an unexpected crunchiness to the dish.
I thought the Tofu Masala $6.00+ would be a curry dish but turned out to be dry -
It was just ok.
The Assam Fish Slice Curry $7.00++ is one of K's favourite dishes -
and for good reason - it was sour and spicy and very good value!
The Vegetable Briyani $9.00+
and Prawn Briyani $10.90+
were both really good - healthy (very little ghee used), yet extremely flavourful.
Devagi herself convinced us to try the desserts so we ended up ordering the Rose Falooda Ice Cream (ice-cream with vermicelli) $3.60+ -
and Gula Melaka Banana Ice Cream $5.50+ -
I didn't like either desserts. Vermicelli with ice cream is just too bizarre a combination and I'm not a big fan of gula melaka (except when it's inside onde onde). A bit of an acquired taste, I think...
The food was generally good but portions a bit small. Parking is a problem along the road but I always park at the HDB block behind the community centre. Come here for some tasty and healthy Indian cooking.
Devagi's Restaurant & Café
200 Upper Thomson Road
#01-03 Thomson Imperial Court
S574424 Tel : 6255 2440