I really wanted to try Bismillah Biryani’s briyani but I can’t go to the restaurant due to the circuit-breaker measures. I didn’t want to pay for delivery charges so I opted to satisfy my briyani craving from Sutha’s Cafe near my workplace
Sutha’s Cafe serves meal sets, noodles, rice, dosai, briyani and curries.
I go for Mutton Briyani [S$8.50] every time but there are also Chicken, Boneless Chicken, Fish and Vegetarian options.
This is definitely the spiciest briyani I have had so far. The taste of the spices are so pungent that it totally overwhelmed the mutton. The briyani rice itself is full of spice too.
An Indian colleague explained to me that Sutha’s Cafe serves mostly South Indian dishes which tend to use more spices than North Indian cuisine.
These are the most expensive pratas I have ever had. 2 Eggs Pratas and 1 Mushroom and Cheese Prata cost me a whooping S$13. What’s more, the menu does not have prices for pratas, I suspect they overcharge to make up for their loss during this circuit-breaker period.
This is the first time and the last time I will ever eat at Sutha’s Cafe. I can tolerate spicy South Indian briyani but I will not tolerate unfair pricing no matter how bad your business is.
Address: 103 Irrawaddy Road, Royal Square #01-12, Singapore 329568
Telephone: +65 69090945
Opening Hours: Daily 8.30am – 9.30pm