Curry Times @ Changi Airport Terminal 3

65 Airport Boulevard Singapore 819663 #B2-51

6447 8068

$8 · Halal Certified · Cafe · Singaporean · Asian · Chinese

Monday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM Thursday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM Saturday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM Sunday: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM

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Kah Ooi Tan

Rated 4.0/5.0 3 months ago

Haven't been here for a while. Decided to come on my colleague's recommendation. The curry is great! It is thick and fragrant. Portion is big with many pieces of chicken which are well cooked that the meat can easily come off the bone. Not sure why the meat still looks pink on the inside though. The fried bean curd is a nice touch and very unique. The huge soft bread is a welcomed addition unlike most other places who serve a small portion of bread that is hardly enough for all the delicious sauce. Will definitely be back again.

Pet N

Rated 4.0/5.0 6 months ago

We had two different types of nasi lemak - dry curry chicken and batang fish. Both were great! Rice is fragrant and the sambal is good. Serving is just the right portion. The fish was a bit bland though. We also had the dry laksa goreng, the soya chicken noodle and the promo 6 Treasures platter. Both the laksa goreng and 6 treasures platter were good as well. The chicken in the noodles dish was a bit too pinkish and bland for our taste. But overall we had a good experience

Passenger's Lover

Rated 5.0/5.0 9 months ago

We pre-booked lunch at this restaurant on Klook. The experience here is very pleasant. Staffs are very supportive and friendly and they also serves very quickly. One thing is that T4 is temporarily closed so if you booked on Klook, please use the coupons at B2 at T3 instead. The plqce is decorated like a chinese restaurant but they are serving curry dishes. So you can find lots of curry dishes on the menu like rice, bread, noodles and Indian food like prata. I personally love prata so much but this time they disappointed me because the prata is not well-cooked. A food portion here is very big so if you can't finish by your own, please order less than normal. I think we will come back here again but will order less 🤤🤤🤤🤤

阿宝

Rated 3.0/5.0 3 months ago

We came to this place for dinner several times but sad to say that standard of the food and staff service have dropped quite a bit… I dun feel much passion from the person whom prepared the food & same goes to the staff whom served the food to us… Taste wise, it is no longer as good as before, it gives us an impression that it is just another curry place 😞😞

Lim Zheng Yue

Rated 3.0/5.0 3 months ago

Delicious 50/50 of the time. Highly recommend the nasi lemak with dry curry chicken, curry chicken, or ABC soup. Others including Signature buns are just average.

Mark Ong

Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

Staff are really friendly and helpful, making this place shine. Local curry puff sellers cafe ventures. Serve signature nanyang style curry. Their chicken and potatoes are tender and soft in the curry. Good for those who wants some not so crowded spot in the airport public area to refuel. Other selection are not bad too , like their local beef stew and steam soup. If you still have some room , the kiosk that sell their signature curry puff is by its side.

Jay A

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

Always a good choice for airport dining for a pocket friendly airport dining dining...... The set lunch is good with a main, drink and dessert. Opted the chicken curry and is nice. Today sesame ball for dessert was also surprisingly good. Service good too from Adriane!

Matthew Phang

Rated 5.0/5.0 5 months ago

Another all time favourite joint to satisfy local cravings for chicken curry. Located at basement 2 of Changi Airport Terminal 3, curry times offers a large variety of local favourites from chicken curry, nasi lemak, prata, laksa and many more. If you plan in dining in, be sure to either make a reservation or be there early as there might be a queue during meal times. Chicken curry is still as good as before, chicken is tender and curry is fragrant and flavourful with a good portion of potatoes. The hainanese chap chye and onion omelette is nice and tasty too. It goes well with the chicken curry. Staff here are very attentive and friendly. Prices are slightly high but on the affordable side. An average between $15-$30 if u order alacarte. If you are dining alone, I would advise to choose from the set menu they offer. Sadly their homemade buns were already sold out but well.... Will try to be there early to grab 'em. Overall we enjoyed our meal and will definitely look forward to going there soon. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Benny Loke

Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

Had dinner on a sat. Service was slow. Was the 1st one in q. Not crowded n yet no one came forward to attend. Food wise, not sure if it is today one. The standard dropped. The curry chicken served was slightly cold already. The yam paste was grainy, not fine as I ate before several times here at T3 n Northpoint. A bit disappointing. Not sure if I will come here again. Certainly not within the next few mths.

DH Yeo

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

The food is delicious. A convenient place for elderly on wheelchair, accessible beside Old Chang Kee take away corner facing the carpark

NomNomFables

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

If you love curry and paofan, can try their limited time dish Chicken Cutlet Pao Fan which is available till 30th November 2023. Rice soaked in curry gravy with potatoes and carrots and lastly topped with crispy chicken cutlet. Each set cost $10.90++ comes with a cup of barley drink. Their curry chicken with bread is good. Their staffs are friendly and attentive too.

Sewfuntastic 2015

Rated 4.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

Have a quick meal after landing back in SG. Staff is friendly. Helped us to place order. Serving was relatively fast too. Restaurant is clean

Happy Bird

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

Curry Times appears to be a restaurant that specializes in curry dishes. The curry chicken nasi lemak was yummy, with tender chicken and fragrant coconut rice. The curry chicken Maggi mee was also delicious, with springy noodles and spicy gravy. I especially liked the chye poh tofu, soft tofu with a generous amount of chye poh on top. The only downside was the hard surface stool seating, which could have been more comfortable. But overall, I enjoyed the food and the service, and I would recommend this place to anyone who loves local food.

yazami halim

Rated 3.0/5.0 3 months ago

During my recent visit to Curry Times at Changi Airport Terminal 3, I had the opportunity to try their curry batang fish with rice, curry maggi goreng, and fish maw soup. For drinks, I ordered coffee and ice coffee O. While the overall experience was average, there were a few noteworthy aspects. Let's start with the food. The curry batang fish dish was a bit disappointing. It was accompanied by dry tofu and white tofu, with only a small piece of fish. The tofu overwhelmed the dish, and the fish portion was rather small. Similarly, the curry maggi goreng lacked vegetables, which would have added more flavor and texture. Instead, it had large chunks of onion, which I personally found a bit overpowering. The fish maw soup resembled a typical Chinese ABC soup, but I expected it to be thicker. Unfortunately, it turned out to be watery, which was a letdown. Moving on to the drinks, the coffee and ice coffee O were decent and reminiscent of the typical kopitiam style. While they were enjoyable, there was nothing particularly exceptional about them. It's safe to say that the beverages didn't stand out as the highlight of the meal. However, amidst the average food and drinks, there was one standout element—the middle-aged lady waitress. Her service was exceptional, and she served with a genuine smile. She was welcoming, courteous, and demonstrated a service-oriented attitude. Unfortunately, I couldn't say the same about the other staff members, especially a younger lady who wore the same uniform. She appeared to be rude and unwelcoming. In fact, most of the staff seemed to lack enthusiasm and had sulky faces, almost as if they were being forced to work. This kind of attitude can tarnish the reputation of both the restaurant and the airport, considering that airports are often the first impression tourists have of a country. Given the lackluster service and unwelcoming atmosphere created by the majority of the staff, I must admit that I have reservations about returning to Curry Times in the future. It's disheartening to dine in a restaurant where the staff members are not welcoming or service-oriented. When it comes to the hospitality industry, customer service plays a crucial role in shaping a customer's experience and perception. In conclusion, while the food at Curry Times in Changi Airport T3 was average and failed to impress, the standout factor was the exceptional service provided by the middle-aged lady waitress. However, the lack of service orientation and the unwelcoming attitude displayed by the majority of the staff members may deter me from visiting again. It is crucial for restaurants, especially those located in airports, to prioritize customer service to maintain a positive reputation and attract repeat customers.

Kanishka Randunu

Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

Situated just infront of the entrance door from the MRT to Terminal 3. It has so many curry options. Tried their Curry chicken nasi lemak and it was good. Portion size is small though. Prices are fine compared to other dining places inside the airport. Recommend. But the portion sizes could be really improved.

sim sim

Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

Thwre are variety of choices.Abc soup is nice.the mushroom mee goreng nice too . Kopi and teh are tasty. Not too sweets definitely will visit again.prata also crispy.

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