Earl of Hindh is a fine dining restaurant that will be a comfortable, luxurious, inviting destination that provides delicious Indian fare and exquisite display of the world’s finest blended whiskies and single malts.
ought $150 deal at earl of hindh. service was excellent. waitress recommended their specialities and cautioned us from ordering too much. filing up iced water was always promt and staff were all so courteous and obliging. Indeed without the deal the pricing is about 20% higher than those ay race course road. however is fine dining.
Deciding to have some premium Indian cuisine, I headed to latest dining hideout at Sentosa Cove for a meal at Earl of Hindh.
I started with the Kukkad Ka Shorba, a very thick and flavourful chicken base soup to kick off the meal.
From the main course menu I tried the Palak Paneer, blended mixed spinach with cottage cheese as well as the Murg Tikka Masala, or chicken massala chicken. Both items were well prepared and one can tell from the smoothness of the curries.
I also tried the Earl-E-Hindh Biryani ($42). Premium tender cuts of mutton were cooked together with the slightly wet rice. Could be a meal by itself.
I was a little too stuffed for dessert as the food was really hearty. Expect family-like friendly service and do book online and specify "outdoors" for the limited outdoor but covered seatings on this rainy cool weather.
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