This restaurant was started a few years back on Duxan Hill above Buyan by the Chef Abhijit Saha. The chef himself cooks a few dishes in the restaurant. What more can the people ask for. It serves the regional Indian dishes adding a light molecular sensibility to it. The Bengali styled Red Snapper Curry and the Tandoori Baked Brie with Tangy Chutney are the favorite dishes ordered by the people visiting here. If you wish to try something coastal then you can go for Istew or the Meen Moily.
The Song of India
It is the only Indian restaurant to receive the Michelin star in the first edition of ‘The Guide’ (Singapore). It blends the classic and contemporary style of cooking the finger licking dishes. The signature dishes of this restaurant include Lahsoona Jhinga, Nalli Ghost, and the Star Anise-Spiced Foie Gras. It has too much to offer to the non-vegetarians.
This is the stalwart Indian restaurant that was founded in the year 1985. The restaurant has the airy space with banquettes and the subtle Indian motifs. It serves the expensive menu that not only includes the North-Indian dishes, but also some popular regional dishes like Mango curry, Malabari Fish Curry and the contemporary recipes as well like Szechuan Pepper Tandoori Jhinga.
Samy’s Curry Restaurant
It is like an institution of food in Singapore that has been serving the cheap Indian cuisine since 1950s. It is one of the oldest Indian restaurants in Singapore. The Masala Pawns, Fish Cutlets, Mysore Mutton, and Masala Chicken are the most popular dishes served in this restaurant. You will be served the dishes over the banana leaf. You can expect plenty of good curry and good times in this restaurant.
It is one of the popular restaurants serving Indian cuisines in the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. It has been serving the tiffin to people since 1890s. The restaurant is peaceful and has a serene environment. The white tablecloths, gleaming silverware whisk, and the white-jacketed waiters will certainly draw your attention. The curry buffets served in the lunch and dinner are the favorite among the tourists.
Khansama Tandoori Restaurant
It is located in the middle of the bustling Serangoon Road and offers the lip-smacking curries that are value for money. It offers everything to the tourists from chaats to dahls to raita and starters to mains. You can start with the Mixed Tikka Starter and end up with Mutton Lababdar. A non-vegetarian must not miss the Chicken Tikka Masala served here. For the vegetarians, the Gobi Manchurian and the Bindi Masala are the hot favorite dishes. Of course, one should not forget to taste the Dal makhani of this place.
The Last Words
These are some of the best restaurants in Singapore that are serving the tastiest Indian cuisines blended with regional spices. Every Indian should give a visit to these restaurants and taste the yummy food served here.