Daily: 10:30 - 14:30
Daily: 18:00 - 22:30
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.
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!
Nothing good to say. Samosa was cold. Vegetable dish was cold and was likely out of a mixed vegetables packet. Chicken dish had boiled chicken and lots of cream. Tandoori fish was not tandoori cooked. Just boiled fish. Restaurant was messy. General decor and furnishings need a serious clean or upgrade. Just rubbish.
I ordered takeaway (chicken Tandoori – Half chicken as I was hungry – and butter chicken) and this was probably the most disappointing takeaway of the last 3 years. The Tandoori was small and over cooked. The half size must have been referring to a quail or to one of those pigmy chickens you find in the wild. The butter chicken was basically tomato soup with 8 pieces of meat and veggies (combined). The cherry on the cake was the Lassi (I had to buy it to get to the minimum order price and ended up spending $41)…. Good grief. Pure cream and undrinkable… excellent if you want to die of heart attack on the spot. I would probably re-order here if, and only if, all the other restaurants in Singapore were closed. On a second thought, I may skip dinner altogether. Dear restaurant owners, I appreciate maximising profits is your first priority but killing quality and cheating clients by providing children-like portions is not the best of the business models.