It was always crowded whenever we were on our way to NTUC Finest (Curry & Curry is located next to NTUC). We got a seat outside in the open area and were lucky to have the breezy wind to help us tide through the heat.
Apart from Curry Fish Head, there are also other dishes you can order to go with your meal. We decided to settle for a plate of onion omelette ($6).
The Curry Red Snapper Fish Head (Nonya style) costs $18. I was a little disappointed that this pricing no longer includes 2 free drinks as indicated on the banner that was placed outside the stall. We ended paying $1.50 each for our cups of Luo Han Guo.
We waited for about 15 minutes before the dishes were served.
Nonya Style Curry Fish Head - The spiciness of the curry was just right for me and I like the tingling taste of sour which blends in nicely with the dish. It opens our appetite and we ended ordering 2 more plates of rice (60 cents each). Fish meat was fresh and chewy. Not too stiff or soft.
Total cost of our dinner for 2 comes up to $23.40. The curry fish head was tasty and the sourness of the soup goes perfectly well with my rice. I love onions and seeing onions and brinjal bubbling in the hot pot makes my day. Serving was a little less for us though but overall dining experience was satisfactory.