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Indian House strongly emphasizes on providing high quality, authentic and healthy cuisine to our guests by ensuring usage of natural spices and the freshest ingredients. Levels of ghee, oil, and salt are also significantly reduced without compromising on taste and authenticity.

Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 15:00

Mon - Sun: 18:00 - 23:30

+65 64384971
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Lovely ambiance, friendly staff and good food. What else do you need when you want to unwind and chat away with friends and family over food n drinks. Had a great experience - one of best evenings at Boat Quay - much better than the fully commercial Indian restaurants down the road... will visit again and again.

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• 23 Sep 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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Lovely ambiance, friendly staff and good food. What else do you need when you want to unwind and chat away with friends and family over food n drinks. Had a great experience - one of best evenings at Boat Quay - much better than the fully commercial Indian restaurants down the road... will visit again and again.
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• 21 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Pathetic. Avoid like plague

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Pathetic with a capital P. Avoid this place like a plague. The services is pathetic. They only have 2 people and you have to remind the waiter thrice for merely a glass of water. You have to remind them again for a bloody bill. The food is tasteless bland flavorless flat insipid unsavory dull unpleasant disagreeable unlikable horrible horrid distasteful objectionable obnoxious. As a topping on the cake, they overcharged the already bloated bill with an item we never ordered. Thankfully, we checked the bill, came back and got our refund! My two cents - the place is full of restaurants. Try something else but this place!
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