Al Ameen Eating Corner @ Bukit Timah

4 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599729

6465 1000

Bright, casual pit stop in a mall with a huge picture menu of Indian eats with halal ingredients.

$6 · Muslim Owned · Restaurant · Thai · Malay · Indian · Beverages · Dessert · Chicken · Seafood

Monday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 AM Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 AM Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 AM Thursday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 AM Friday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 AM Saturday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 AM Sunday: 8:00 AM – 3:00 AM

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Daniel Sin

Rated 3.0/5.0 a year ago

We ordered the mix chicken platter, garlic and kashmiri naan and palak paneer (spinach with cottage cheese). Chicken was good moist and not dry out but lacks a bit of seasoning. The palak paneer is lukewarm when served and naan is chewy and I think it is not the right texture. Restaurant is clean and served fast as well. Overall average for the price. Portion is a bit big for me.


Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

decent food at affordable price. extensive menu and no waiting time. one of my fav resto. recommend their fried rice!

Ivan Teh

Rated 4.0/5.0 6 months ago

Aloo Gobi (SGD $6) @ Al-Ameen Eating House. . While they once had several outlets, they've lost out to competitors over the years. Now, only the main stall remains. . Still, it's nostalgic for me here, recalling after school meals with friends. The food remains good, and the portions hearty. . Their rendition of this dish has a generous portion of crunchy cauliflower and tender potatoes, with the curry paste coating the ingredients well, having mild vegetal earthy sweet spice flavour. . . . Bhindi Masala (SGD $6) @ Al-Ameen Eating House. . The rich thick curry gravy has mild vegetal sweet savoury spice flavour, with a distinct hint of the chunky juicy tomatoes within. . The okra retains a pleasant tender crunch, picking up the flavours of the curry well. Best paired with rice or bread. . The low calories make it suitable for diets, including vegetarians and vegans. . . . Biryani (SGD $8) @ Al-Ameen Eating House. . Ate this periodically back when I was still in school. . Still as yummy as ever, with the loose fluffy basmati rice infused with a decent blend of spices, fragrant with savoury grainy sweet spice flavour. . The bouncy hard boiled egg lends eggy sweet notes, while creamy raita with chunks of crunchy cucumber and carrot in the thick yoghurt helps alleviate with milky sweet vegetal flavour. . Served with a side of chicken curry gravy, bold with savoury spicy notes. Don't really need it as the rice is sufficiently tasty on its own. . . . Butter Chicken (SGD $8) @ Al-Ameen Eating House. . The blend of tomato puree, butter, yoghurt, and spices, create a rich and luscious smooth feel to the thick curry gravy. Addictively delicious with enticing milky sweet savoury spice notes. . The generous boneless marinated chicken chunks have a gentle tender chew, picking up the flavours of the delicious gravy, yum. . Great when paired with bread or rice. . . . Chapati (SGD $1.80) @ Al-Ameen Eating House / Ameen Makan House. . Rolled with whole wheat flour, then baked on a skillet. . While texture of the chapati is slightly fimer than elsewhere, flavour is delicately grainy savoury sweet. . Being thin, it's meant to be used for scooping up ingredients (instead of absorbing curries). . . . Chicken Tikka (SGD $8) @ Ameen Makan House. . Meaty, juicy, and smoky, their rendition is succulent and satisfying. . The large tandoor roasted boneless chicken chunks have robust meaty savoury sweet spice flavour, yum. . Good enough on its own, even without the mint dipping sauce on the side.

Xian You Lim

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

Have known the owner for years since their Clementi Rd days. Great service at a popular supper spot, opens till late even during the pandemic, and affordable prices across a wide range of cuisines (Indian, Thai, Western, etc). Definitely recommend for a quick supper eat.

Wen Bin Lim

Rated 1.0/5.0 9 months ago

LOL over the years it has gone from good to worst. Judge the food yourself. I ordered Aglio Olio and the pasta itself is in pepper broth LOL. What a joke. Might as well close down. Go and learn from others how to cook a proper aglio olio before serving pasta. The only thing that is worth my money is their beverage. If I can give zero stars I will.

Zahari Nawi

Rated 5.0/5.0 7 months ago

The food was delicious. Served quite fast. You don't need to wait long. Tried the nasi campur. You need to try the curry chicken, which was fantastic. Tried the butter chicken with plain naan, which was great, too. We also had bryani prawn and Chinese style fried rice. Staff are very attentive, friendly, and helpful. Easy to travel here via bus 67 from CCK Bus Interchange or Downtown Line Beauty World. Will come down to try other food next time.

Fadhilah Muhamad

Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago

Lots of comfort food at its best here. They've range from Western food to indian dishes. The dishes we ordered are served warm and taste acceptable. With all the price rising, we are surprised that their price is still reasonable. You'll find fried rice with a side dish from $5+ only. Portion is generous too It was a weekday when we visited the restaurant, and it was busy with customers, but their staff were incredibly fast. Reasonable rate + Great service. It's definitely a great supper place to lepakz with friends And the cheese naan & butter chicken is a must try! Highly recommend!

Dawn Lim

Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

The food is good and service is not bad too. Restaurant is generally clean. Have been here many times. This time, we order 2 Cockles Fried Rice, 1 Mee Rebus, 1 portion of Sambal Sotong, and 3 Iced Teh-O Longan drinks. The cockles fried rice was yummy! The Mee Rebus was not bad, just a bit too sweet. The sambal sotong was good too. Overall, our bill came up to under $40, fairly reasonable.

ookii ookii

Rated 5.0/5.0 5 months ago

Generous portion given! We are really full after eating here! Maybe will order lesser next time! Love the teh ice here! The staffs is very approachable too!

Bilal Ansari

Rated 1.0/5.0 4 months ago

Edit: I appreciate the restaurant’s apology-reply to this review. But I don’t need any compensation. Food tasted well, to be fair. As long as the delivery issues are not repeated anymore, that would be a good improvement. Original Review: Food was cold and delivered 2 hours late. The whole experience was terrible. The restaurant delivered wrong food to us. Our food was delivered to another residence and their food was delivered to us. We didn’t touch the food and waited patiently for a redelivery. Instead of using two riders for a fast swap of food, the restaurant used a single rider for the swap. It’s ridiculous that the restaurant made mistake and still dared to use single rider to save cost. This not only resulted in long wait for food but the rider’s safety could have been compromised.

Daryl Gan

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

The butter chicken was the best I've tasted all over singapore. As I've tried alot of it elsewhere... nothing is compared to Ameen's butter chicken. And damn the cheese naan is solid I tell you. Crispy on the outside and soft and gooey from the cheese on the inside. Totally recommending this place to anyone who loves a good solid butter chicken and pair it with their naan. Will be coming back very soon and many more times over the years!!!!


Rated 5.0/5.0 3 weeks ago

Honestly, the best naan and butter chicken in SG can be found here. Naan is extremely fresh- crispy on the outside and soft fluffy on the inside with just the right amount of seasoning should you choose the flavoured Naans. The butter chicken is creamy with deep flavour and melts in your mouth. Highly recommend !


Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

Quite a number of tables available during lunch period and indoor seating. Service was quick and friendly. Dishes are good and acceptable, with a big range of dishes available. Average price per person for ala carte and drink is about $10 per person. Fuss free meal! Parking available at the road or outdoor carpark nearby Beauty World Mrt station.


Rated 5.0/5.0 a month ago

Been coming here for years. You get what you pay for, never had complaints about their food. Looks like they upgraded their curry bowls 😂

Din Saint

Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

Food is ok, and the price is reasonable. A meal for 2, consisting of fried beef mee hoon Pattaya, lamb murtabak small, and two milk shakes is $25. No complaints for the mee hoon, however for the lamb murtabak, there are cloves and star anise within. Which makes it rather a hassle to eat, need to shred the murtabak to ensure.

Y K Yoong

Rated 5.0/5.0 in the last week

Great place to have a variety of Western, Thai and Indian Muslim food. Staffs and the boss there were very helpful and friendly. Enjoyed the meal there, will go there again 😋

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