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Indian Restaurants in Singapore

Urban Roti, Kailash Parbat Restaurant, Chat Masala, Madras New Woodlands, MTR - Mavalli Tiffin Rooms, Ananda Bhavan Restaurant, Komala Vilas, Annalakshmi Restaurant, Colony, The Song of India, Thevar, and many more. 

You can try out some of the best Indian dishes in one of the Indian Restaurants in Singapore that serve authentic Indian Food, both North-Indian and South-Indian, in different locales of Singapore city. Not just the main course dishes, but these restaurants also serve genuine Indian desserts like Lassi, Gulab Jamun, and Kesari Jalebi to name a few.

Some of them even take it up a notch and serve food on traditional plates with arresting interiors which is like a small meal ride to India. All of these diners representing food with a bundle of cherished Indian flavors accompanied by attractive presentations and warm staff to entice you with this cuisine. Some dishes that are the most famous in these restaurants of Singapore are Butter Chicken and fish with Naan which people enjoy the most.

An Indian dessert that is most loved is Gulab Jamun which is available in almost all restaurants that serve North-Indian food like Urban Roti, Jaggi’s North Indian Kitchen, Zaffron Kitchen, Tandor, etc. Restaurants like MTR, Komala Vilas, Madras New Woodlands and Ananda Bhawan are only a few of the many eateries that serve the best taste of South Indian dishes. Having a masala chai or filter coffee at a North Indian or South Indian restaurant respectively is a perfect accompaniment with your meal.

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Urban Roti

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Both the branches of Urban Roti in Singapore serve grilled food with various drink options that keep one full for long. This restaurant invites food lovers to try out some of the best dishes from northern India, but with their own urban style of presentation and inventiveness with the flavours. 

Location: At Lau Pa Sat and at Syed Alwi Road

 Monday to Sunday: 11.00 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. (Lau Pa Sat)
                 Monday to Sunday: 11.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m. (Syed Alwi Road)

Specialty: Afghan Tikka, Biryani, Indian curries

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Kailash Parbat Restaurant

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Kailash Parbat Restaurant is a must visit place if you are looking for Indian restaurants in Singapore which serves delicious vegetarian food. People have loved their food so much, that they now have three branches selling chaats and other dishes from the Indian cuisine in Singapore.

Take one step into this restaurant and be mesmerized with the smell that takes you on a little trip to an Indian household.

Location: Hilton Garden Inn, Sued Alwi Road and at Changi Business Park

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11.00 a.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Specialty: Dal Pakwan, Pav Bhaji, Aloo Arbi Tuk, Paranthas, Ragda Pattice, Sindhi Jo Swad, Kulfi Falooda

Price for Two: 50 SD

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MTR - Mavalli Tiffin Rooms

If you want to try out the healthier side of Indian cuisine, then you should try the South-Indian food at MTR that serves authentic cuisine from the southern region. This simple restaurant, with minimal tables, is an affordable place to have a satisfying meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

If you don’t mind the crowd that keeps pouring in here for tasty food at reasonable prices, then MTR is a great choice for you.

Serangoon Road, Opp Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple

 Tuesday to Sunday: 08.30 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. and 05.30 p.m. to 09.30 p.m.
 (Closed on Mondays)

Specialty: Kesari Bath, Masala Dosa, Wada, Filter Coffee, Bisi Bele Bath, Rava Idly, Poori Sagu

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Chat Masala

Taste some of India’s refined delicacies at Chat Masala which serves excellent food with great flavour and freshness. They are more than enthusiastic to make personalized changes for those who have dietary restrictions for the chef.

Staff and managers are friendly and warm. Your meal at Chat Masala isn’t complete without trying out at least one of their many desserts.

Location: Upper East Coast Road

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 12.00 p.m. to 02.00 p.m. and 06.30 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.

Specialty: Butter Chicken, Rumali Roti, Kadai Paneer, Palak Paneer, Lacha Paratha, Fish Vadais

Price for Two: 40-45 SD

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Madras New Woodlands

Madras New Woodlands Restaurant is a haven for vegetarians living and travelling to Singapore. One can visit this place even when alone for it is very comforting, budgeted and has meal options for a single person too.

People who visit this place often rave about their Dosa and Appam, and you should surely try them too!

Location: Near Rochor MRT Station, Upper Dickson Road

 Monday to Sunday: 07.30 a.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Specialty: Steamed Rice Cakes, Thosai, Appam Set, Other South-Indian dishes, Thali, Masala Tea

Price for Two: 14-15 SD

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Ananda Bhavan Restaurant

Ananda Bhavan Restaurant is one of those Indian restaurants in Singapore which is always crowded but not just by Indians, but also by other foreigners who have developed a taste for Indian food.

Many people prefer this place because it also has quite some vegan options which are equally tasty and Indian in flavor. Before you place an order, make sure you ask them for that day’s speciality, and you might be in for a delicious surprise.

Serangoon Road, Little India. (Walk till the end of Buffalo lane to find this restaurant)

 Monday to Sunday: 07.30 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.

Specialty: South Indian food and Samosa

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Komala Vilas

Head to Komala Vilas if you want to relish an affordable meal and dig into some of their North and South Indian dishes. The restaurant is always bustling with people, which doesn’t stop them from offering an efficient and prompt service.

They make sure to highlight some of their signature dishes to help non-Indians make a good choice.

Location: Little India (Serangoon Road, Buffalo Road and on Race Course Road) 

 Monday to Sunday: 08.00 a.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Specialty: Dosai, Samosa, Tomato Uttapam, Masala Tea served in traditional metal cups, Bhattura, Rose Milk

Price for Two: 20-25 SD

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Annalakshmi Restaurant

This vegetarian restaurant in Singapore serves North and South Indian food, but it is most renowned for the latter with people raving about its taste and variety. It is a very casual eating joint where you can unwind over conversations with friends and family over your customized order or a buffet.

Don’t miss out on the sweet lassi, which is a dessert that is truly much like icing on a cake.

Location: Central Square, Havelock Road

Monday to Sunday: 11.00 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. and 06.00 p.m. to 09.30 p.m.

Specialty: Masala Uttapam, Mendu Wada, Dosa, Rasam, Vegetable Stew, Potato Palya

Price for Two: 22-25 SD

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Also famous for its breakfast, lunch, high-tea and dinner buffet availability, Colony restaurant has made its way to the top of people’s likings for Indian food in Singapore. Desserts and Bakery products are available here in a parading menu, which could confuse you into what you should try first!

It houses a very welcoming environment which is known for its fusion, western, Asian, Tandoori, and Grilled food. If you haven’t tried a Champagne Brunch before, then this is your go-to place.

Location: 7 Raffles Ave, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia

Monday - Saturday :06.30 to 10.30 a.m.; 12.30 to 02.30 p.m. and 06.30 to 10.30 p.m.
                Sunday: 06.30 to 10.30 a.m.; 12.30 to 03.30 p.m. and 06.30 to 10.30 p.m. 

Specialty: Crème Brulee, Asian Noodles, Tandoori dishes, and Seafood.

Price for Two:
100 SD

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The Song of India

f you are a fan of buffet meals, then The Song of India is sure to take your dining experience to another level. One of the greatest things of this restaurant amongst the other Indian restaurants in Singapore is a wonderful service and the very kind staff who always make sure they explain the dish to people to help them make an informed choice.

Locations: 33 Scotts Road

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 12.00 p.m. to 03.00 p.m. and 06.00 p.m. to 11.00 p.m.

Specialty: Lobster Moiley, Lasooni Jhinga, Nalli Ghost, Jhinga E Samarkand, Appam, Naans, Vegetable Curry, Tandoor Creamy Chicken, Saffron Rice, Alphonso Mango Kulfi

Price for Two: 75-80 SD

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Thevar’s concept relies on grilled food and a unique blend of Indian flavors with ordinary food. The interiors are vibrant and very chic that enhance the entire dining experience. This is amongst those Indian restaurants in Singapore which are dedicated to creating a new avatar of daily main course items from an Indian kitchen which is certainly worth tasting.

The music blends well with the food that they serve. Quick tip, don’t go for the regular Indian Menu, try their version of it!

Location: Keong Saik Road

Monday to Sunday: 05.00 p.m. to 12.00 a.m.

Specialty: Sambal Snapper, River Prawn, Chettinad Chicken Roti, Wagyu Cuberoll, Spiced Potato Chips

Price for Two:
59.59 SD to 100.20 SD


Muthu’s Curry

This restaurant that serves Indian food in Singapore has expanded its horizon to a total of three branches that serve lip-smacking food. Choose from a menu of miscellaneous options comprising of non-vegetarian dishes made from North and South Indian recipes.

Muthu’s Curry gives the feeling of a home away from home and is suitable to visit with family and friends. There are several items on their menu that vegetarians love as well.

Location: Race Course Road

Monday to Sunday: 10.30 a.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Specialty: Pepper mutton, Fish head curry, Vanjaram Meen Kulambu, Chicken Chettinad

Price for two: Around 58 SD

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Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra

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This bistro knows exactly how to woo its customers with world-class presentation and fresh zests that make it a favourite place for Indian food lovers. A lot of Indian residents flock the place for its realistic dishes with a slight detour in the taste with modified ingredients.

Much like the name suggests, it is a great food place to try out some of their grilled items which you can pick from their delightful menu. Starting from classic dishes to their novelties, it is all totally satiating!

Location: Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue

Monday to Sunday: 11.30 a.m. to 03.30 p.m. and 06.30 p.m. to 11.00 p.m.

Specialty: Patiala Shahi Machchi, Grilled Lamb Chops, Special Butter Chicken, Dal Punjab Grill, Bhuna Vegetable, Tandoori Duck Korma

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Tandoori Culture, Boon Tat

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Prompt service and lip-smacking food put Tandoori Culture, Boon Tat amongst the most visited Indian Restaurants in Singapore. With their meals priced at inexpensive rates for a regular lunch or dinner outing, it makes for a wonderful place of ordinary interiors offering the best of Indian food.

They are mostly known for their North Indian cuisine and Chinese dishes that keep people returning to this restaurant every once in a while.

Location: Boon Tat Street

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11.30 a.m. to 03.30 p.m. and 06.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. 

Specialty: Tandoori Chicken Tikka, Chicken Korma, Dal Makhani, Saag Mutton, Mango Lassi, Garlic Naan

Price for Two: 25-35 SD


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Also a high-end restaurant, Yantra is the best pick if you don’t mind spending a tad more for the superlative taste of Indian cuisine when in Singapore. The ambience and the service staff are perfection personified that keeps guests in a merry mood.

The Managers make it a point to visit every table and share details about the dishes enlisted on their menu which makes it a great dining experience overall.

Location: Tanglin Mall

Timings: Weekdays: 12.00 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. and 06.30 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.
                Weekends: 12.00 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. and 06.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Specialty: Biryani Rice, Verqui Crab, Butter Chicken, Lamb Chops, Papdi Chaat

Price for Two: 100 SD

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Rang Mahal

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If there’s no reservation, then you cannot steal the opportunity to dine at this fine-dining restaurant that is extensively famed for its Indian flavours and classy hospitality.

It is one of those Indian restaurants in Singapore that promises traditional food from the land, along with a choice of 300 types of wines. This upscale restaurant is perfect for your expensive celebrations and elegant, royal dates.

Location: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Pan Pacific Singapore, Level 3

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 12.00 p.m. to 02.30 p.m. and 06.30 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.

Specialty: Tawa Charred Scallops, Rasmalai, Raarha Gosht, Tandoori Chicken, Butter Chicken, Sea Bass Curry, Kesari Jalebi, Tandoori Portobello, Quinoa Upma

Price for Two: 150-200 SD

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Samy’s Curry

Samy’s Curry is known for its authenticity of Indian culture by serving food on a Banana Leaf, and it stands true to its name by serving the best curries in town! What people love most about this place is that the food here is set at wallet-friendly rates, while the portions are large enough for a satisfying meal.

Their system of a one-time minimal payment that keeps the rice coming in an unlimited quantity has kept the crowd enticed. You can choose to sit in the open verandah if the weather suits you or go for their indoor regal air-conditioned interiors.

Location: 25 Dempsey Road

Monday & Wednesday to Sunday: 11.00 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. and 06.00 p.m. to 11.00 p.m.
                (Closed on Tuesday)

Specialty: Curry Mutton, Chicken Tikka, Fish Cutlet, Butter Chicken, Mysore Mutton, Masala Chicken, Fish Head Curry

Price for Two: 40 SD

Flying Monkey

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The friendly staff at the Flying Monkey in Singapore is a major reason to visit this restaurant apart from the great food who always make sure to customize their dishes based on a guest’s liking.

Mix your casual lunch or dinner with some amazing cocktails served here in their differently-designed interiors. This Tapas style restaurant serves almost all major dishes from across India.

Location: Bugis, 67 Bussorah Street

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 12.00 p.m. to 02.30 p.m. and 05.30 p.m. to 11.00 p.m.

Specialty: Lasooni Saag, Tandoori Chicken, Jalebi, Galouti Kebab, Paneer Shashlik, Calamari 65, Yo-Yo Mani, Quail Musallam, The Flying Monkey Cocktail

Price for Two: 56-60 SD

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Tandoor has been designed in a manner where one can see the chef at work even from their seating area, which is a delightful sight to watch him roll out the Indian bread. The place looks much like a customary rich Indian house, with large windows and impactful décor.

This Indian restaurant specializes in North-Indian food and is widely famous for its delicious Achari Kebabs which is one of their signature dishes.

Location: Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre 

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 12.00 p.m. to 02.30 p.m. and 07.00 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Specialty: Mango Curry, Tawa Meen, Goan Fish Curry, Biryani, Murgh Makhani, Ajwaini Macchi Tikka, Cocktails

Price for Two: 112-115 SD

Banana Leaf Apolo

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Don’t be surprised if you are waiting to get a table at Banana Leaf Apolo where you can revel in the taste of Indian food of radiant colours and aromas. They keep their service very traditional with everything being served on a banana leaf.

Even the Singaporeans love food their so much, that they frequently ask this place to cater for them at private parties. This is amongst those Indian restaurants in Singapore that have shot to fame, hence leading to three branches in this city-state.

Location: 54 Race Course Road, at Little India Arcade and at Parkway Parade Branch

Monday to Sunday: 11.30 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.

Specialty: Curries, especially Fish head curry and Masala Chicken 

Price for Two: 26-30 SD

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The Curry Culture

The Curry Culture is a small restaurant with basic wooden furniture and urbane decorations. The friendly staff and manager welcome visitors with an ear-to-ear smile at all times and offer papadums along with various dips before you place an order.

Don’t forget to try out their raita which is a refreshing dish which tastes awesome with Malabar Fish curry and roti.

Location: Cuppage Road, near Somerset MRT station

Monday to Sunday: 12.00 p.m. to 02.30 p.m. and 05.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

Specialty: Chicken Tikka, Garlic Naan, Grilled Chicken with cheese, Biryani, Tandoori Platter, Mango Platter, Raita

Price for Two: 100 SD

Sher-Casual Dining & Bar

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Sher-Casual Dining & Bar is amongst those Indian restaurants in Singapore that serve affordable food in a basic set up which makes it very homely. You will find the owner’s family making conversation with the guests and letting them know about their best dishes.

Wait for your welcome papadums as soon as you settle down at your table!

Location: Sembawang Road

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 12.00 p.m. to 12.00 a.m.

Specialty: Butter Chicken and Naan with chilled Beer, Brinjal Masala, Onion Kulcha

Price for Two: 50-60 SD

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Shahi Maharani

Experience the feeling of royalty at Shahi Maharani, which reflects upon the regal style of North India. The kingly décor, the ambience, the food presentation, and the furniture are all designed to magnificence.

Everyone who visits here makes sure to get pictures with their massive golden gate & glass lamps before they sway to the Indian classical music while devouring delicious Indian dishes.

Location: City Hall, Raffles City Shopping Centre

Monday to Sunday: 12.00 p.m. to 03.00 p.m. and 06.30 p.m. to 11.00 p.m.

Specialty: Tandoori Chicken, Lamb Chops, Kesari Phirni, Shah Jehani, Sabzi Platter

Price for Two: 100 SD

Singapore Zam Zam

Singapore Zam Zam is amongst the few places in Singapore that sell Murtabak that is crispy on the outside and has a filling in the inside. Even though it is such a tiny restaurant, it has people waiting outside to get a table to get a taste of some Indian dishes. Make sure you ask the servers for their recommendations based on your liking so that you leave the place content and pleased!

Location: Kampong Glam, North Bridge Road

 Monday to Sunday: 07.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.

Specialty: Fish head curry, Murtabak, Coffee

Bombay Café

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For all those who crave the street-food taste from India, march straight to Bombay Café, which is dedicated to serving genuine Indian street food. If you haven’t been to Mumbai ever, get a taste of its dishes here in Singapore with mouth-watering items, the smell of which is enough to appeal to you.

Location: Little India, 79 Syed Alwi Road

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. 

Specialty: Samosa, Vada Pao, Gobi Manchurian, Aam Panna, Kebab Platter Sizzler

Price for Two: 50 SD

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Zaffron Kitchen

This elementary restaurant is renowned for serving Indian dishes that are cooked on a tandoor which are absolutely tasty treats. A play area and a specialized meal combo for kids makes Zaffron Kitchen a family restaurant with simple interiors and an open kitchen.

People enjoy placing their orders on an i-pad as opposed to a waiter writing it down! While you wait for your food, order for some fresh popcorn that they will pop right in front of you!

Location: Westgate, 3 Gateway Drive

Timings: Weekdays: 11.30 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. and 05.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.
11.30 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.

Specialty: Chicken Saag, Butter Naan, Biryani

Price for Two: 42-45 SD

Springleaf Prata Place

Pratas, or Paranthas as they call it in India, is one the ‘seal-the-deal’ item whenever you order a North-Indian dish. Find an array of Pratas in any one of their five branches spread across Singapore, which are tasty, fluffy and crispy! These pratas are served with a flavorful mutton or fish curry which is a scrumptious combination.

Location: At Clementi Street, at Jalan Tua Kong, at Jurong Estate, at Upper Bukit Timah Road, at Thong Soon Avenue

Monday to Sunday: 08.00 a.m. to 12.00 a.m. 

Specialty: Chicken Floss Prata

Price for Two: 20-25 SD

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There’s no place better in Singapore to try out the Bengali cuisine than in Mustard, which also otherwise serves delicious Punjabi food. Some items may seem a touch pricey, but once you get a taste of their food, you might not mind it as much.

People rave about their Alphonso Mango Lassi, as well as their large spread of menu to pick from.

Location: Little India

Timings: Monday to Friday & Sunday: 11.30 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. and 06.00 p.m. to 10.45 p.m.
11.30 a.m. to 04.00 p.m. and 06.00 p.m. to 10.45 p.m.

Specialty: Keema Matar, Aloo Jhuri Bhaja, Doi Maach, Stuffed Kulchas, Baingan ka Bharta

Price for Two: 64-70 SD

Khansama Tandoori Restaurant

Get the joy of having unlimited food Thali that provides plentiful dishes on one large plate at Khansama Tandoori Restaurant, Singapore making it a complete meal. Sip on some ice-cold beer while they serve you a burst of flavours in their vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes that are famous in North-India.

Take your pick; you can sit in the outdoors and witness the street-side hustle, or move to the first floor with an indoor seating and quiet ambience.

Location: Little India

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11.00 a.m. to 11.30 p.m.

Specialty: Mutton Biryani, Tandoori Chicken, Butter Chicken, Bhindi Masala, Mutton Kabab Masala, Cheese Naan

Price for Two: 36-40 SD

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Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine

Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine restaurant is cleverly located in the Indian street of Singapore where you can get probably everything one thinks of when we say, ‘Indian food’! The menu is extensive, and this puts the restaurant on the list of those who want to throw a lavish Indian function in Singapore. That said, it is very reasonable and is perfect for a wholesome Indian meal.

Location: Little India, Race Course Road 

Timings: 11.30 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. and 06.00 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. (10.30 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. on Sunday) 

Specialty: Mixed Vegetable Pakora, Jaggi’s Butter Chicken, Punjabi Samosa, Chicken Tikka, Kalmi Kebab, Lamb Kebab, Palak Paneer

Price for Two: 
28-30 SD

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  1. What are the best Indian restaurants in Singapore for families?

    1. Thevar: Spearheaded by Chef Mano Thevar, this contemporary Indian restaurant fuses traditional flavours with modern interpretations. Apart from a compelling menu, the restaurant also features a fully functioning bar, churning out exquisite drinks. 
    Location: 9 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089117
    2. Tiffin Room: A part of the Singapore culinary scene since 1892, Tiffin Room brings the Indian ‘Dabba’ culture to life. The delectable North Indian dishes here are served in traditional tiffin boxes. The sleek wooden decor adds to the charm of the diner. 

    1 Beach Rd, Singapore 189673

    3. Jaggi’s North Indian Cuisine:
    If Jaggi’s old-school canteen vibe and cozy seating area is not enough allure for you, its North Indian menu is sure to do its magic. The traditional fare here is excellent and of extremely good value. 

    36 Race Course Rd, Singapore 218554

    4. Komala Villas:
    To add a South Indian mix to your culinary itinerary, head over to Komala Vilas on Serangoon Road. A branch of the age-old Indian brand, Komala Vilas serves a fantastically wide range of south Indian delights, be it Thalis, Dosas or more.
    Location: 76-78 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 217981
  2. What are the famous Indian restaurants in Singapore for couples?

    1. Beer Factory: To grab a quick bite under the open sky, head over to the Beer Factory on Church street. The quirky alternative diner serves a whole range of snacks with an Indian twist. The specialty here of course, is its beverage menu, with an accommodating variety of beers, cocktails and more. 
    Location: 25 Church St, #01-07, Singapore 049482
    2. Yantra: Offering a balance of the traditional and the contemporary, Yantra pays tribute to the evolution of Indian cuisine over the ages. The sleek modern decor adds to the fine dining experience. 
    Location: 163 Tanglin Rd, #01-28/33, Singapore 247933-
    3. Tandoor: The best thing about Tandoor is that it caters to not one but all of Indian’s major cuisines- from the South to the very North. All fares here are prepared in the traditional way, and offer a glimpse into the fantastic culinary culture of India. The restaurant lets you taste everything on their menu in their specialty Dinner Gourmet Trails, right up to the cocktails and desserts!

    Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, 11 Cavenagh Road, Singapore 229616

    4. Rang Mahal: This Michel starred restaurant was one of the first Indian diners to open its doors in the 1970’s. Till date, it remains one of Singapore’s finest offerings.  The restaurant offers a fine balance of traditional and contemporary dishes; the subtle flavours of the fares here also make it ideal for those not taken to spicy food!

    Location: Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Level 3 Singapore 039595