Creative Experiences

At Podi & Poriyal, we're always looking at bringing you new, creative experiences that offer you the best of authentic, traditional cuisines from across India. Recipes that have been passed down through generations and even today, hold a place of pride in many a kitchen.

The month of May and June gave us plenty of opportunities to curate these memorable experiences for you with Mother's Day and Father's Day celebrations and our very own Mango May-nia Food Fest. 

On Mother's Day, we curated a special 5-course meal comprising authentic, flavourful and wholesome South Indian dishes, where each dish was a humble ode to moms and grandmoms and the magic they bring to our lives through their food. We also had a thoughtful giveaway for all moms as a token of our appreciation.  

For Father's Day, we brought back on popular demand, our superhit Konkani Food Fest with delicious, unique dishes from the shores of Konkan. A perfect way to raise a toast to dads all around!  

Can we even talk about summer without mentioning the king of all Indian fruits, the ever-enticing Mango? We decided to pay tribute to our favourite fruit with Mango May-nia. A unique food fest with mango-based dishes, inspired by traditional heirloom recipes from South India.  

While all the festivities and revelries kept us busy through summer, we would like to thank our patrons and guests for the support and overwhelming response we received each time we curated a menu. It is just the encouragement we need to bring you more such culinary experiences and keep exploring the inexhaustible repertoire of Indian cuisine.

Until next time!  

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Business Hours:

Wed – Mon weekly & Closed on Tuesday 

Delivery/ Take away :

Lunch Delivery/Takeaway is available on all days except Tuesday.


Whatsapp: +65 9711 2400


Weekdays: 11am - 3pm
- Last orders at 2:30 pm
Weekends & PH: 11am - 3:30pm
- Last orders at 3:00 pm


Weekdays: 6:30pm - 10:30pm
- Last orders at 9:30 pm
Weekends & PH: 6:30pm - 11pm
- Last orders at 10:00 pm


- Street side parking on Serangoon Rd. and Beatty Rd.
- Perumal Temple parking
- Public Parking lot on the right hand side just a little further on Serangoon rd., after Beatty Rd intersection.