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About Us

Nestled in the heart of Little India, Podi & Poriyal serves up honest and wholesome South Indian vegetarian fare. Our daily changing menu, crafted with care and love, offers an assortment of homely meals and snacks with a penchant for re-establishing long forgotten South Indian recipes. Step inside our restaurant and you will experience the warmth and intimacy of a family-run eatery in a small South-Indian town.

At the heart of our kitchen is our vibrant Jamuna patti, for whom food is the best expression of friendship and love. Drawing inspiration from the recipes of her own childhood, seasoned with her creativity, each of our dishes reflects her deep passion for fresh, nutritious food and her joy in feeding everyone around her. Her meticulously planned menu includes healthy alternatives to rice, with fresh seasonal vegetables cooked in spices that are authentic to South India.

Maybe it’s a flavour you remember from childhood, or that familiar aroma of spices roasting in ghee…or maybe, you just want to explore and discover new flavours. Whichever it may be, at Podi and Poriyal, we are happy to be a part of that journey with you. Because we believe that good food should be shared; food that offers ample nourishment, not just for the body, but also for the soul, leaving you with a lasting impression and a warmth you will remember for a long time to come.


486 Serangoon Rd,
(corner of Serangoon Rd and Sturdee Rd. North)
Singapore 218151


- Street side parking on Serangoon Rd. and Beatty Rd.
- Perumal Temple parking
- Public Parking lot on the right hand side just a little further on Serangoon rd., after Beatty Rd intersection.


Email: contact@arpanam.com.sg
Phone: 97112400
Open Wednesday - Sunday

Lunch 12PM - 3PM
Evening Tiffin / Dinner 4PM - 8.30PM
Bar Open Until 10.30PM
All Day Menu | Last order @6.30 PM

Address: 486 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 218151

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