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D'Bell (Clarke Quay)

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Address: 43 North Canal Road, 059299


D’Bell Singapore – Resto Lounge; a one-stop drinks and dining destination.

 

D’Bell is the destination for diners who are looking to enjoy Indian cuisine in a chic and modern setting. It’s light Indian food menu has been designed by a team of talented chefs that also offer some options in Western; catering to the taste buds of one and all. D’Bell also has a classy Lounge, which plays intimate music in the evenings. The guest are spoilt with choice by an extensive drinks menu at the bar. It is a perfect place to enjoy few drinks with friends. The team at D’Bell is passionate and ensures that every guest leaves with a memorable experience by offering an impeccable service.

D'Bell Restaurant:
Mon to Fri: 11:30 to 14:30
Mon to Fri: 18:30 to 23:00
Sat: 18:30 to 23:00
Sun: Closed
D'Bell Lounge
Mon to Thurs: 11:30 to 14:30
Mon to Thurs: 18:30 to 23:00
Fri: 11:30 to 14:30
Fri: 18:00 to 00:00
Sat: 18:00 to 00:00
Sun: Closed

+65 65364046
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A Survey of North Indian Cuisine

D'Bell offers a high end North Indian cuisine at very reasonable prices.

Start with the Non-vegetarian Platter, which includes a mix of tandoori chicken, tawa wali fish (butter fish cubes with coconut curry paste) and kofta kebab.

For my main course, I enjoyed the Butter Chicken, which was rich in flavour. For something less creamy but more spicy, go for the Kerela Fish Curry to share.

Dining alone? Not to worry as the Hyderabadi Chicken Briyani is a one course meal of dum briyani that would fill you up in a jiffy.

For desserts, I liked the Mango Kulfi, a creamy and sweet way to end the rather heavy meal.

These are just some of the items to try, but D'Bell's menu is a lot more comprehensive and makes an ideal place for large gatherings to share a meal together. The best part is that after the meal, you do not have to worry about looking for a place to go to as there is a "roof top" bar to chill and have some drinks.

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• 14 Sep 2015 • 2122 reviews • 264 followers

A Survey of North Indian Cuisine

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D'Bell offers a high end North Indian cuisine at very reasonable prices.

Start with the Non-vegetarian Platter, which includes a mix of tandoori chicken, tawa wali fish (butter fish cubes with coconut curry paste) and kofta kebab.

For my main course, I enjoyed the Butter Chicken, which was rich in flavour. For something less creamy but more spicy, go for the Kerela Fish Curry to share.

Dining alone? Not to worry as the Hyderabadi Chicken Briyani is a one course meal of dum briyani that would fill you up in a jiffy.

For desserts, I liked the Mango Kulfi, a creamy and sweet way to end the rather heavy meal.

These are just some of the items to try, but D'Bell's menu is a lot more comprehensive and makes an ideal place for large gatherings to share a meal together. The best part is that after the meal, you do not have to worry about looking for a place to go to as there is a "roof top" bar to chill and have some drinks.
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• 26 Aug 2014 • 246 reviews • 41 followers

Indian Food with a side of good laughs

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For my complete review, please proceed to
http://fundamentally-flawed.blogspot.sg/2014/08/dbell-indian-food-with-side-of-good.html


D'Bell is a modern fine dining Indian restaurant which focuses more on the finesse of North Indian cooking with a little ode to Italian cuisine as well for variety. Governed with an iron rod by Chef Satish who has an arduously long 14 years of experience under his culinary accolades and a bunch of other shiny medals from culinary challenges such as that FHA's East Meets West; the kitchen achieves great things, some of which we got to savour over the course of the evening.

Tamarind Dream ($20) house bourbon with homemade tamarind mix was a stunning combination of  contrasting notes, the sourness like that from a Chinese sour prune drink giving punchy characteristic to the alcoholic mix.

The Golden Moment ($20) was yet another hit with the diners in the group, as its refreshing grouping of fresh mango with pulp, passionfruit and kaffir glides so smoothly even with the strong presence of vodka. The hint of chili evoking an air of mystery. 

There was no need for grappling for food at the table. The dishes were fastidiously brought to the table in a grand fashion. We kicked off the meal with an array of appetisers. Despite the Lobster Bisqque ($12) won over the hearts of many with its robust flavors and despite it's strange misidentity as Indian cuisine, found a violent death with the continuous clanging of the soup spoon till the bottom of the bowl. Moving to the left, the Kofta Kebab, a beef croquette filled with cheddar cheese, prunes and dusted with semolina failed to maintain charm with it's slightly dry interior made worse only by the coating of semolina on it's minuscule surface. I would strongly recommend the Tawa Wali Fish, Chennai Express though, the butterfish cubes marinated for a good long 3-4hrs being being tossed in charcoal flames, resulting in it being out-of-this-world succulent with a dash of cheekiness from it's caramelised edges. The Tandoori Chicken Tikka did not tickle my fancy as well and at this juncture, my provoked palate, awakened by the depth of spices cried out for more...

We sampled a assortment of dishes fit for a king that night. And I shall present you with an illustrious description of a list that I thoroughly enjoyed; starting with the classic Butter Chicken ($18), the in-house version a bit sweeter and milder than i would normally like, however, the charred finish on the chicken tikka pieces were perfect savored with the lashings of creamy tomato sauce flavoured with fenugreek. Another dish not to be missed is the Mutton Rogan Josh ($20), a well executed dish with a perfect spice disposition rocked out by tender chunks of protein, devour this hearty dish with mountains of basmati rice and I guarantee you a happy man...

For my complete review, please proceed to
http://fundamentally-flawed.blogspot.sg/2014/08/dbell-indian-food-with-side-of-good.html


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• 24 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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