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Delhi Restaurant (Serangoon Road)

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A popular north Indian restaurant with a loyal following, this is a casual place to 

 

Founded in 1988 by a husband and wife team, Delhi Restaurant has won many awards and commendations from various magazines and organizations. Thanks to our loyal customers, Delhi Restaurant has expanded over the years. We now operate from three locations in the heart of Little India to serve you better. 

The atmosphere at Dehli Restaurent accentuates the spacious and cozy surroundings, and friendly but discreet service makes for a relaxing and enjoyable meal. Try try something piping hot from the tandoor, or standard fare like butter chicken, prawn masala and palak paneer. The chef also makes a distinctive romali roti ("handkerchief bread"), which is baked on an overturned wok.

 

While you're there, ask for our special banquet menu for indoor and outdoor functions; 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 62971148
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Good food and value for money

Probably one of the best North Indian restaurants I've been to. Nice place with a non-cheap feel. Food is ok priced - $8 veggie dish and decent size. We spent $25 each, but ordered quite a lot of dishes. 

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• 02 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Good food and value for money

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Probably one of the best North Indian restaurants I've been to. Nice place with a non-cheap feel. Food is ok priced - $8 veggie dish and decent size. We spent $25 each, but ordered quite a lot of dishes. 
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• 13 Aug 2010 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

Yummy tummy

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We had some guests & took them to Delhi restaurant for a change. For drinks, we ordered lassis - sweet, salty & mango. Unfortunately, these tasted more like watered down yoghurt than the thick yoghurt shakes which we are usually accustomed to. Also the ambience is not the greatest. However, that was our only disappointment.

The food was superfantabulously delicious and with great service, it made our night. The naan had the right amount of crispyness & garlic taste. Many Indian restaurants in Singapore or elsewhere do not serve rumali roti so you can imagine my delight in discovering this staple here. The rumali (roomali) roti was out of this world & I recommend this to everyone. The basmati rice came out fluffy & all the dishes were hot (temperature) just the way we like it.

The dishes we ordered include tandoori chicken, rogan josh (mutton), chicken mughalai, paneer butter masala, malai kofta, fried bhindi (ladyfinger), aloo gobi (potato & cauliflower in curry), fried dhal and dum aloo. We had requested that the chef put in less salt, chilli & oil and all the dishes come out perfect. Kudos to the chef, servers & hosts.

The dessert we had was gulab jamun, plus masala chai & coffee. Again the gulab jamun was hot and soaked nicely in the syrup, the masala chai was great (I pinched a sip from hubby) and the coffee strong enough to give me an oomp.

Good service, great food. Will definitely go again

 

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• 19 Jul 2010 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

I love this place!

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It was one of the first restaurants I tried when arrived in Singapore last year. Since then I have come back many times. The food is amazing and the owner is very friendly. He is always very happy to see us!

I brought my father there when he visited me to try Indian food for the first time and he also liked it very much.

I am not specialist in Indian food but I know when food tastes good and when the service makes the difference. Delhi is a place where I really like to go in Singapore.

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