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Omar Shariff Authentic Indian Cuisine

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Specialising in north Indian cuisine, this award-winning restaurant is intricately decorated and offers a cosy ambience. The extensive menu has many familiar tandoori dishes, as well as other accompaniments.

Daily: 10:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 64663382
$22 based on 17 submissions
Dinner (5 votes), Quiet (5 votes), Lunch (4 votes)
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The place has classic look which makes us feel comfortable. The presentation of the food served was nice. The cuisine was authentic and tasted great. I'm not a big fan of Indian food but everything was delicious and now i am planning again to visit soon!

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• 06 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Worst north Indian food I have ever tasted...Tandoori rotis were burnt. Cant believe North Indian food can be sweet. Korma was like they have served just cream and forgot to cook it. I ordered $60 order and cant enjoy it for even $5. Please dont sell north Indian food if you dont know how to cook it.
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• 08 Oct 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Health Conscious and North Indian Food just doesn't go together !!!

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Had a $100 ++ meal a few days ago. Few words come to mind - Sub-standard, and unauthentic ! I am from North India so trust me ! 

Off late, they are trying some wierd 'health conscious' fluff ! In pursuiing such an endeavour, they have messed up the taste of the dishes. How can Butter chicken be healthy ? Where is the loads of butter ? How can Daal Makhani not have white butter and ghee ? North Indian food has never been healthy and never will be. All the dishes ordered - kababs, butter chicken, daal, mutton samosa, pakoras, tandoori chicken - etc have lost their salt, their spice, their butteriness. In short, the food is finished here ! 

Absolutely no point wasting your money here ! Try Khansama ! They are truly the 'Best North Indian ' Restaurant here ! One meal there and you will doze off right after ! The ghee will flow your veins and you will literally feel high ! Such a feeling is lacking from Omar ! One meal at Khansama and you will definitely taste the spice, the salt, he freshness, the true Punjabi experience, not some Pseudo-Singapore-Indian- North c*** like Omar ! 

I am Punjabi from Rajasthan ! Trust me on this !

Cheers. 
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• 11 Dec 2012 • 20 reviews • 56 followers

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The place has classic look which makes us feel comfortable. The presentation of the food served was nice. The cuisine was authentic and tasted great. I'm not a big fan of Indian food but everything was delicious and now i am planning again to visit soon!
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