It’s been years since Coriander Leaf started serving up mouthwatering Asian-inspired delicacies, first at The Gallery Hotel, and now at Clarke Quay. It’s still a reliable bet for great food amid calm surrounds, evidenced by the crowd of locals and expats alike. The pan-Asian menu spans South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Middle East; be sure to try one of the samplers.
Coriander Leaf has been serving up delicious Asian delicacies for years, first at The Gallery Hotel, and now at Clarke Quay. The restaurant is always vibrant and busy with a mix of expats and locals and we love the open plan cooking school. The menu is simply one of the most reliable and delicious in town.
Everything is always scrumptious: We definitely recommend their Burmese khao suey (spicy coconut egg noodle soup) and delicious Indian variations. On the night we dined the palak paneer and tandoori chicken, which came accompanied with the restaurant’s always yummy naan. Similarly we loved our lamb shank and duck breast which were both tender and moist.
Topped off with one of the most divine Valrhona chocolate cakes in town and friendly, laid back service (if you’re cold they’ll even provide a pashmina), there’s really nothing more could you ask for. We wouldn’t change a thing.
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|Address:||Coriander Leaf, #02-03 Blk. A Clarke Quay, 3 River Valley Rd., Singapore, 179020 Singapore|
|Open since:||January, 2001|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri noon-2pm, 6:30-10pm; Sat 6:30-10:30pm|
|Nearest train||Clarke Quay|
|Reservation recommended, Parking available: at Clarke Quay, Takeaway available, Dress requirements: Smart Casual|
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