House of Samosas sells revolutionary boxes of samosas with unconventional fillings from S$20

Ever had a samosa so good you wish it was filled with your favourite dish instead? Over at House of Samosas, expect the unexpected with their wide range of unconventional filling choices. From sweet to savoury, they have it all to cater to both meat lovers and vegetarians. 

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I did a little background research and found out the recipe used here is from the founder’s mother, who hails from Thanjavur, India. After migrating to Singapore over 30 years ago, the founder’s mother brought over her culinary skills that pay tribute to her roots and extensive travel experiences. 

House of Samosas, which has been around since 2015, is located at MacPherson Road. They have been shaped into a cosy snack bar whipping up authentic fried triangle pastries with all kinds of flavours— ranging from Indian to Chinese to Malay to Western. 

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Over here, sales of samosas are by boxes of 10. Prices start from S$20 and can go all the way up to S$60

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I was spoilt for choice; so many flavours, so little time. So, I obviously did the unthinkable and got one of almost everything on the menu. 

For meat lovers, I’d highly recommend getting the Chicken Satay (a Ramadan special), Black Pepper Burger (flavours inspired by the local favourite Ramly Burger), Butter Chicken (another local favourite), and Curried Mutton (a classic old school mutton filling).  

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The Butter Chicken comes with a side of creamy butter masala dip that will leave you on a butter-overload in no time. Instead of the usual chutney dips that comes with samosas, I am now going to order a side of butter masala dip with my order of savoury samosas; it’s a heavenly combination!

For vegetarians, go for the Garden Mix (a medley of classic vegetable fillings that consists of potatoes, onions, peas and carrots), Grilled Cheese (a melted explosion of more than one cheese), Mattar Paneer (a classic Indian dish that consists of cubes of cottage cheese with soft garden peas), and Pasta (a classic arrabbiata base with fusilli).

For dessert lovers, get the Apple Crumble (which comes with a mouthwatering silky-smooth vanilla custard dip), Stone Fruit Crumble, Nian Gao, and Crème Brûlée

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House of Samosas is generous with its fillings as all of the samosas were loaded to the brim. Their samosas also maintained their crispiness despite being left out for almost an hour and were indeed tasty little triangular-shaped pastries. 

They sure are breaking the norm with their unconventional mix of flavours and a bite off each samosa was akin to a mini party in my mouth. 

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For the unbeknownst, samosas are a century-old, savoury Indian snack that’s usually paired with a warm cuppa chai, and often served as starters. However, the House of Samosas have kicked the doors open and broadened the scope, especially with their dessert samosas. 

I didn’t expect to love the flaky samosas as much as I did, and I’m currently craving a box of savoury Chicken Satay Samosas now. I’d better make my way down before they run out of it!

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House of Samosas

470 Macpherson Road , Singapore 368188

Our Rating 5/5

House of Samosas

470 Macpherson Road , Singapore 368188

Telephone: +65 9644 4164
Operating Hours: Sold Out (Tue to Sun), Closed on Mon
Telephone: +65 9644 4164

Operating Hours: Sold Out (Tue to Sun), Closed on Mon
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