Daily: 12:00 - 14:30
Daily: 18:30 - 22:30
Repeatedly named one of Singapore's best restaurants and even Top 100 Restaurants in the World by Conde Nast Traveller, Rang Mahal serves exquisitely prepared traditional Indian food in a contemporary presentation, such as tawa-seared scallops, portobello mushroom and quinoa upma. There's also an impressive award winning wine list with more than 300 labels.
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The service I received was very good. Very warm and polite. Helpful. Decent indian buffet. Suitable for business meals with a classy ambience.
Where do I start, lets just say it's probably the worse dinning experince I have EVER encountered in all my travels. Thier 'Table' outlet was very good, this one way off the mark in all aspects...1 star only beacuse I can't give a zero!
Indian traditional food of utmost quality. Must try their lunch buffet.
Lunch buffet has wide variety of good traditional indian food. Live dosa station, veg and non veg starters, so many main course veg-non veg food, biryani, indian desserts, masala chai etc...
Nice decor. There is enough space between tables so,you have your privacy. friendly and attentive staff. Quick in clearing plates.
everything tastes super good like, chaat, dosas, dhokla, prawns, bengali fish curry, gatta curry, lamb biryani (yummm biryani), rabri, jalebi and much much more...
Five star quality service and food.
Highly recommend their lunch buffet.
Located at Pan Pacific, Rang Mahal offers a fine dining top notch restaurant with fantatic service to match.
Once seated, the crew noticed that my daughter was asleep and even offered a shaw to cover her legs, the first time I have seen this happening.
Down to the food, we started with the Non Vegetarian Sampler ($52) of lamb kebab, marinated chicken and salmon. This was really tasty. I liked that the salmon skin was was crispy with fatty slightly undercooked salmon below.
For my main courses I had the Palak Paneer ($35), cheese with creamy spinach as well as Murgh Makni ($42) or butter chicken.
Paired together with a Lamb Briyani ($46), the portions were really huge and are designed for sharing.
Despite being really full and having no space for dessert, the restaurant still provided some complimentary petit fours, sweet cake to end the meal.
Add a Mango Lassi ($15) to the mix and I have eaten enough for two.