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Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra – Indian Fine Dining At Marina Bay Sands

Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kalra is considered one of the top Indian restaurants in Singapore, located at Marina Bay Sands serving food from gourmet metropolises of Lahore, Peshwar, Rawalpindi, Kabul, Amritsar, Multan and Patiala. (Reserve Online Now – Punjab Grill) This Singapore outlet at MBS is famed Indian Chef Jiggs Kalra’s first Punjab Grill outside […]

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Bar Bar Black Sheep – $10 Set Lunch and Affordable Japanese, Indian, Western Treats

$10 nett set lunch? In a restaurant setting? At Holland Village? Some things sound too good to be true. Bar Bar Black Sheep is already known to serve some of the most affordable fare, with a huge variety of food all under one roof. For those unfamiliar with the brand, Bar Bar Black Sheep started […]

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Earl of Hindh – Indian Fine Dining at Quayside Isle

Stepping into Earl of Hindh made me feel that I am transported elsewhere with its colonial style décor, traditional patterned flooring and grand portraits of Maharajas hanging on the walls. I must admit that I am not familiar with Indian fine dining establishments, and was pleasantly surprised at its offerings. The restaurant aims to present […]

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Gaggan – One Of Bangkok’s Best Restaurant Serves Progressive Indian Cuisine

[Updated Aug 2015] Chef Gaggan will be coming to Singapore for a one-day popup lunch GGGOLA, happening on the 29th of August at 12:30pm. This is in collaboration with Chef Daniel Chavez from Ola Cocina Del Mar at Marina Bay Financial Centre. Expect Spanish and Peruvian styles with Thailand’s Gaggan’s Indian cuisine. Price at $150 […]

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Zaffron Kitchen – A Hip Indian Restaurant In The East

Many have a certain image of Indian restaurants in Singapore – family style, a little backward, selling mainly prata, briyani and curries. Thus, Zaffron Kitchen (not to be confused with Zaffron at Maxwell Chambers) is a refreshing change from the usual, which my friend calls “Fish & Co Western décor, selling Indian food”. The colours […]

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5 Indian Restaurants to Celebrate Deepavali

With the Diwali festival of lights occurring tomorrow, it is timely to indulge in a feast of Indian cuisines. How about some iconic chicken tikka masala and lassi, if not a simpler localised meal of roti john, Indian rojak, prata and fish head curry? Singaporeans are spoilt for choices for Indian food – with the […]

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Gajalee – The Bombay Duck Is A Fish

This is not a joke. The Bombay Duck is not a duck – it is a fish. Its other name is (gasp) lizard fish. Therefore you can try to imagine its size, look and taste – somewhat flat, dry, with little meat, without a distinctive taste, yet often eaten as a delicacy in Mumbai. The […]

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Tiffin Room – $75++ Indian Buffet with Class

The word “Tiffin” originally refers to a light meal in British India, but expect anything but light at Tiffin Room because it serves an all-curry buffet. In India while tiffin carriers are mainly lunch boxes for workers, tiffin has become a strong aesthetic feature at one of Raffles Hotel’s most iconic restaurant. And because it […]

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Feast@East Buffet Restaurant – Celebrate Deepavali with a Heritage Feast

During this week leading up to the festival, Feast@East Buffet Restaurant has lined up a feast of Indian favourites of 40 types of curries, cold dishes and desserts to spice up your senses. For this special promotion, they brought in Indian celebrity Chef Bhairav Singh Rajput who meticulously put together 3 different types of menu. […]

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Song of India – Dining in a Historic Bungalow

The Song of India had been known as one of Singapore’s best restaurant, and almost seems unapproachable with its rather high end look. Situated in a prime location at the famed Scotts Road, located in a classic black and white heritage bungalow, its colonial charm suggest this is fine Indian cuisine at its priciest. Therefore, […]

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