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Delhi Restaurant (Race Course Road)

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Founded in 1988 by a husband & wife team, Delhi Restaurant has won many awards and commendation from various magazines and organizations. They now operate from three exciting locations in the heart of Little India so as to better serve you. The ambient atmosphere accentuates the spacious and cozy surroundings of Delhi Restaurant. Friendly and discreet service makes for a relaxing and enjoyable meal.

Delhi Restaurant
 is the place for truly authentic Indian Cuisine. Be it corporate luncheons or even a cozy residential party. Delhi Restaurant is the place to entertain and be entertained.

Daily: 11:30 - 23:30

+65 62964585
$20 based on 20 submissions
Dinner (10 votes), Lunch (10 votes), After Work (7 votes)
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Delhi Restaurant Singapore @ Race Course Road – Chinese-run Indian restaurant!n

Delhi restaurant has been Nominated Singapore’s 100 Best Restaurants by Singapore Tatler numerous times. Located in Little India in Singapore, the ambience at Delhi restaurant puts us at ease immediately.   Our experience at Delhi Restaurant was nothing short of amazing; our only regret was that we didn’t have enough stomach space to try more of their dishes! We highly recommend trying out all their chicken dishes as all they never failed to wow us with its tenderness. Though Delhi restaurant is managed by Chinese couple Clifford and Diana, the crew behind the kitchen door is made up of authentic Indian chefs, lovely proof that cultural intermingling can produce really great food!   Must try Mango Lassi (5.00),Chicken Malai tikka (11.00),Gobhi Manchurian (11.00),Butter chicken (13.00),Bhoona Gosht (12.00) and 1/2 mix grill sizzler (18.00)   Please refer to www.ieatandeat.com for details review.

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• 14 Sep 2014 • 130 reviews • 0 follower

Delhi Restaurant Singapore @ Race Course Road – Chinese-run Indian restaurant!n

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Delhi restaurant has been Nominated Singapore’s 100 Best Restaurants by Singapore Tatler numerous times. Located in Little India in Singapore, the ambience at Delhi restaurant puts us at ease immediately.   Our experience at Delhi Restaurant was nothing short of amazing; our only regret was that we didn’t have enough stomach space to try more of their dishes! We highly recommend trying out all their chicken dishes as all they never failed to wow us with its tenderness. Though Delhi restaurant is managed by Chinese couple Clifford and Diana, the crew behind the kitchen door is made up of authentic Indian chefs, lovely proof that cultural intermingling can produce really great food!   Must try Mango Lassi (5.00),Chicken Malai tikka (11.00),Gobhi Manchurian (11.00),Butter chicken (13.00),Bhoona Gosht (12.00) and 1/2 mix grill sizzler (18.00)   Please refer to www.ieatandeat.com for details review.
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• 31 Dec 2012 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Great value, great food in handy location

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100m from the Little India MRT.
$10 corkage per bottle of wine (great for Singapore!).
Fabulous food - we had Butter Chicken, Rogan Josh, Chicken Saag, another lamb curry (the mint one) Dal Makhani, Garlic Naan - all were lovely dishes, but the best were the Butter Chicken and the lamb curry with mint.
Meal cost was $115 for 5 people including the corkage for the two bottles of wine.
Definitely recommend this little place for a casual night out!
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• 31 Aug 2012 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Seafood Sizzler Platter was wonderful

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The seafood sizzler platter (which was recommended by the waiter) was wonderful.

We had a very good time there

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  • Nice Ambience

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