This restaurant is known for its well-prepared North Indian dishes. The menu is divided into three categories: mild, spicy and very spicy. The ... More
This restaurant is known for its well-prepared North Indian dishes. The menu is divided into three categories: mild, spicy and very spicy. The ambience is rather lavish, with teak tables and chairs and displays of Indian artefacts. Nightly performances (except Tuesdays) of traditional music by a three-piece ensemble from Nepal entertain diners. As expected, the tandoori (baked in a clay oven) and korma (rich curry) dishes are outstanding. Meats are tender and juicy, and retain their flavours well. The wine list is limited, with labels from France, Australia and Italy.
Went there this sat. The ambience was very good. But overall the resturant was below expectations. The food was serve in bowls which make to drop over the food while serving urself. The staff rushed off our starters even when there was something left in our plate. We ordered the Chicken Vindaloo which was nice compared to other places in singapore ( 7 out 10 ). The Roomali roti's were since but I gues a bit too large. The Dal Makhani was nice but left a subtle taste after u finish the morsel. The bindi was cooked well but just too much oil I have had much better Bhendi in Singapore. Overall I wud rate the place 4.5 / 10.. PS - Not value for money. Ok for a one time dekho.
Simply the best Indian food I have had in Singapore. Quite pricely but better value for money than those equally pricely ones along Boat Quay.
The vegetarian options are quite good and the gravy is distinct for each dish which is refreshing. But the paneer tikka was a big let down.
Music is good but quite loud at time.
Two clear negatives:
1) Even after reserving a seat over phone it takes over 10-15 mins to find a seat after arriving.
2) service is very poor. Too long to serve. Can't buy the argument that the dishes are prepared from scratch as other restuarants in India in similar category cater much faster.
Great place to have a good food and traditional music (live band). Prices are bit on the higher end but worth it. Ambience just fit nicley for a dinner with your family,date, colleague and even to have a "spicy" biz conversation over a god meal.
This a high end restaurant, great as a place to bring your date. Food is scrumptious, and suited to different palates, something that can be easily arranged by having a word with the person taking your order. The live music is good, especially the tabla player who is absolutely fantastic. Prices are a little on the high side. But you have to pay for the quality.
Jeevan Patel, Singapore.
I enjoy this restaurant a great deal. It has enough variety for the whole family with nice diversity of both veg and non-veg menu items. The service is friendly and consistently good. The ambience is quite good without being "over the top". If you are looking for cheap food this is NOT your restaurant, but if you are looking for a mix of great food, atmosphere, and reasonable prices for CBD area, try this restaurant -- guarantee you will come back!
The food is very good, better than lot of North Indian restaurents in Singapore. It is a bit pricey, but then you are paying for quality. Nice amience, but the dinner time music can be a bit loud at times.
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