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Food on Fire

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Food on Fire is a North Indian restaurant tucked in the corner of Church street. Popular restaurant favourites include Chicken Makhani (Butter Chicken) and Chicken Masala.

Enjoy happy hours at Food on Fire from 6.00-9.00pm on weekdays (Any 5 beers for $20).

Closed on Sat and Sun, Mon to Fri: 10.00am - 3.00pm and 6.00pm - 10.00pm

+65 65335525
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Wandered around aimlessly in Capital Square, it was an unplanned visit to this restaurant who specializes in Indian and Pakistani cuisines.

Kadai Paneer Set w/ butter naan & briyani rice – The briyani rice was fragrant,while the kadai gravy very much similar to matar gravy, it was creamy with a good balance of sweet, sour and spicy, with chewy paneer cubes, it goes very well with either naan or rice. The naan itself was well-baked, tender, chewy with slight crisp, it was good with or without butter.

For more photos and reviews, please visit us @ https://3fatbees.wordpress.com/2014/06/24/food-on-fire-capital-square/


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• 28 Jun 2014 • 31 reviews • 0 follower

Hidden Gem

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Wandered around aimlessly in Capital Square, it was an unplanned visit to this restaurant who specializes in Indian and Pakistani cuisines.

Kadai Paneer Set w/ butter naan & briyani rice – The briyani rice was fragrant,while the kadai gravy very much similar to matar gravy, it was creamy with a good balance of sweet, sour and spicy, with chewy paneer cubes, it goes very well with either naan or rice. The naan itself was well-baked, tender, chewy with slight crisp, it was good with or without butter.

For more photos and reviews, please visit us @ https://3fatbees.wordpress.com/2014/06/24/food-on-fire-capital-square/


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• 22 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good food.. street food prices

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Followed HungryGoWhere to this restaurant. Small place with outdoor seating. Quick Service. One person was cooking, serving, cashier etc. Good food and real cheap. Good for late night if you are in that area
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• 29 Sep 2012 • 56 reviews • 1 follower

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Full review and pics at:
http://www.weeatsg.com/2012/09/food-on-fire-indian.html

While stumbling around the Far East Square area for lunch, I noticed a sign advertising some Indian food packs for around ten dollars. For proper Indian food in Singapore (not just the briyani in a food court) you can expect ten dollar meals to be very mediocre.... This was not the case in a very good way!

Tried the chicken makhani meal which came with white rice, the daily veg, and a piece of naan for 11$. The portions were very good and all the food was delicious, simple as that. There were not even any inedible bits of spices either, everything was perfectly blended in allowing me finish everything down to the final grain of rice.

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