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$30/pax

based on 42 reviews
Top Must Try Dishes
butter chicken10 votes
Dum Chicken Briyani8 votes
Dum Chicken Biryani3 votes
garlic naan3 votes

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Dinner19 votes
Children/Family13 votes
Lunch13 votes
After Work12 votes
Chillout7 votes
Large Groups/Gathering7 votes
Vibrant/Noisy7 votes
Boys Night Out4 votes
Girls Night Out4 votes
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining3 votes
Birthdays3 votes
Business Dining3 votes
Supper3 votes
Vegetarians3 votes

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Hemantharsh
 • 07 Sep 2014 1 review 0 follower
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good family restaurant...loved the idea of kids play area........loads of work stuffed in small area
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I also recommend this place for:
Anniversary, Birthdays

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feimau
 • 29 Jun 2014 7 reviews 0 follower
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This place strikes you as a little modern Indian themed restaurant, and they serve Teh Tarik and Teh Halia too. Surprising, isn't it?

They also have a little corner for kids, so perfect place for family makan session with kids a play corner to keep kids occupied. Not a bad idea actually.

I kinda digged their serviettes with catchy phrases such as "be naan the wiser", "spice it up", "devil wears prata". These just up the cool factor for this place.


We had lunch recently, and we liked these dishes we had:

Pakoda
Papdi Chaat
Panner Tikka - with cottage cheese
Tandoori Malai
Kashmiri Pilaf rice with fruit cocktail and saffron - my favourite
Dum Chicken - this is nice too! Big group should order this
Kashmiri Naan - prunes, dates, raisins and cashew nuts - also my favourtite, something different for a naan for once instead of my usual garlic naan






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Must tries: Dum Chicken Briyani, garlic naan, Dum Chicken Biryani, Tandoori Naan; Dum Mutton Briyani; Butter Chicken; Kashmiri Naan; Cheese Naan; Mutton Murtabak

I also recommend this place for:
After Work, Boys Night Out, Business Dining, Children/Family, Dinner, Girls Night Out, Large Groups, Large Groups/Gathering, Lunch, Nice Deco, Night Out, Relaxed
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howinston
 • 03 Mar 2014 98 reviews 0 follower
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On my many visits to Katong area, I have driven past this restaurant located diagonally opposite 112 Katong Mall, next to the popular Glory shop, that sells peranakan food and popular Chinese New Year goodies during the recent Festive season.
 
The restaurant is done up in a very modern bistro setting, with see through glass set in black squarish window panes and doors, with hip tungsten bulbs hanging from the ceiling.
 
Imagine my surprise, when I discovered it was a restaurant that served North and South Indian food! Most restaurants I know specialise in either North or South Indian food. This was a first for me.  Imagine you getting both Naan (North Indian bread) and Roti Prata (South Indian bread) at the same restaurant.
 
I gathered my lunch kakis and came for lunch. These were the highlights from our meal:
 
-       Pakoda mixed (This vegetable patty was chockful of vegetables,  and was delicious to the last bite)
-       Samosa (Huge fist sized potato filled pyramid-shaped bundles of joy. Must eat while its hot, I wished they had a counter along the street that allows you to order-and-go, to satisfy those moments when you are in a hurry and need sustenance on the go.)
-       Paneer tikka  (Cottage cheese cooked in tandoor. I personally prefer the cheese cooked in the spinach version, which we also ordered)
-       Tandoori malai and Chicken Tikka Combination platter (I loved the chicken tikka very very much. The meat was juicy and nicely done. MUST TRY!)
-       Dum Briyani (This dish was served in an oval casserole, which was covered in a roti pastry covering the whole dish and baked. Also comes with a hard boiled egg. I wished we had not ordered so much, so I could eat more of this!)
 
-       Butter chicken (This was very well done and it goes well with the garlic and plain naan that we ordered)
-       Garlic naan (Definitely one of the better ones I have had. Goes well with the curries and
-       Kashmiri naan (Think a plain naan, stuffed in between with ‘a sweet jam comprising’ prunes, dates, raisins, cashew nuts! A very divine dish that can be eaten on its own and I loved it!)
-       Gajar kahalwa (Traditional Indian Carrot dessert. The restaurant served this with vanilla ice cream drizzled with chocolate sauce. A very unique dessert - MUST TRY!)
 
Overall, a very satisfying meal and the prices here are not the high-end priced that you have to pay to dine for good North Indian food.
 
In addition, this outlet had a play area with a child size ‘house’ with play toys for the children to be kept entertained while their parents have a meal! Parents should try dining here with their young ones!
 
As we were leaving, I learnt from the staff that they have just opened a new outlet at Westgate. As I stay in the west, I will be visiting them at that outlet pretty soon, when I have my next craving for Indian food.
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Must tries: butter chicken, Dum Chicken Briyani, Gajar Kahalwa, Tandoori malai and Chicken Tikka Combination platter

I also recommend this place for:
Ala Carte, Birthdays, Dinner, Lunch, Take Away

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