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Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant

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Located opposite Mustafa Centre, this casual dining spot serves North/South Indian, Indian-Chinese and Nepalese cuisine. There are tandoori dishes aplenty, as well as butter chicken, prawn masala, momo (Himalayan dumpling) and Nepalese Satay.

We also cater for all Indoor & Outdoor Functions.

We have 2 more outlets namely Shish Mahal Restaurant & Pub Pte Ltd and Albert Cafe & Restaurant Pte Ltd which are located at Albert Court Village Hotel respectively.

Home Delivery Available.

Please call 62936835 now for reservation!

Daily including PH: 11am - 12midnight

+65 62936835
$15 based on 4 submissions
Lunch (4 votes), Children/Family (3 votes), Dinner (3 votes)
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Great food for a simple gathering

If you are looking for great authentic North Indian food, you will be delighted.

I have been there a few times and I never had a bad experience.

The value is excellent, but do not expect a cozy interior... You can also have your food delivered at home, just nice for a barbecue.

Note: there is a big room upstairs for the parties, with live music.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Momo1 vote
  • Pangra and kuwati ko soup1 vote
  • Sukuti1 vote
  • cheese naan1 vote
  • lentils1 vote
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• 16 Apr 2012 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Great food for a simple gathering

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If you are looking for great authentic North Indian food, you will be delighted.

I have been there a few times and I never had a bad experience.

The value is excellent, but do not expect a cozy interior... You can also have your food delivered at home, just nice for a barbecue.

Note: there is a big room upstairs for the parties, with live music.

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• 28 May 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

No.1 Nepalese Restaurant in Singapore

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Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant is a no.1 nepalese restaurant in singapore.It is located near mustafa shopping centre.Top singers from South Asia performs with the group at Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant at 2nd Floor daily from 7:30pm till mid-night.If you are from Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bengaldesh,please visit this restaurant to have your dinner while listening live songs and ghazal, you will feel like you are at hometown.

I always visit once a week to have my dinner.
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• 23 May 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Nepalese Restaurant in Singapore with live songs and ghazal.

Very nice place to have nepalese food

Momo, Sukuti, Pangra..etc.

 

 

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