Search Restaurant

D'Bell (Clarke Quay)

Asian, Indian

86%100%

7 votes

65364046

Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 14:30

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 23:00

Fri: 11:30 - 14:30

Fri: 18:00 - 00:00

Sat: 18:00 - 00:00

Closed: Sun

$45 based on 4 reviews
Chicken Tikka Massla • Chilli Cheese Naan • Kadhai vegetables • Kalami Quail • Kofta Kebab • Masala Lamb Shank • Pappadum Cone • Tandoori Chicken Tikka • Tandoori Fish Nazakat • Tawa Wali Fish - Chennai Express (view menu)


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.

See what foodies like this place for
Sihan Lee • 26 Aug 2014237 reviews 40 followers

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;...

Read onSee more reviews

Hot deals

  • 12 Sep 2014 - 24 Oct 2014

    Deepavali Special – Festive Feast Menu

    D’Bell is offering its patrons a scrumptious Lunch & Dinner Set for a week, with a whole new presentation. Corporates and larger groups looking to organise Deepavali parties with their family and friends, may not feel left out as there is an extravagant buffet menu for them.

     

    The menus are very festive and to most Indian expatriates it is bound to give a feeling of nostalgia. The notion of having healthier options than conventional Deepavali sweets and the celebratory menu was done keeping in mind not only the Indian community in Singapore but also Singaporean and other expat communities. This way D’Bell is inviting one and all in Singapore to be part of the festival of lights.


    Click on the following to view menu
    Page 1
    Page 2

    Valid from 13 Oct to 24 Oct 2014.

    Terms and conditions apply

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Pudina ParathaPudina Paratha
  • Kadhai VegetableKadhai Vegetable
  • Chilli Cheese NaanChilli Cheese Naan
0 / 3000 charactersLogin

What others are saying...

Sihan Lee • 26 Aug 2014237 reviews 40 followers

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;...

Read on

Han Sen • 24 Aug 20141 reviews 0 followers

The foods are great. the environment is good and i would recommend people to go to this place. the service is good and i would like to visit this place once againasgadsss a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a.The foods are great. the environment is good and i would recommend people to go to this place. the service...

Read on

EPICURIOUSCAN wordpress com • 18 Aug 2014218 reviews 29 followers

Kudos the kind folks at Hungrygowhere & D’Bell for the kind invitation
 
Settled in the CBD, directly opposite Hong Lim Park, is quite impossible to miss. The interior ecked out to a tastefully dazzling fusion of anglo-indo-chine chic blitz, with elements of blings & silhouette.
 
Culturally, Indian dining is inclined towards communal style, some consider it feasting. Hence, dining in pairs, or small groups of 4’s should be comfortable. But, I reckon you’ll get to experience more when...

Read on