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Shahi Maharani North Indian Restaurant

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The Shahi Maharani restaurant at Raffles City serves North Indian cuisine admist settings similar to the royal palaces of India, aiming to complete the dining experience with that feeling of royalty. House specials range from tandoori lamb chops to Goa fish head curry and crab mirchiwala. Catering available.

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

+65 62358840
$49 based on 36 submissions
Lunch (9 votes), Dinner (8 votes), Children/Family (7 votes)
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We waited for 15 mins being allocated a table of our choice. The food was good but expensive for the price charged.

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• 23 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Bad Food....No Flavour!

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The food was really BAD!
 There was no real taste of Indian food.
 We ordered the Tandoori Chicken. It came burnt. When we asked for it to be changed, the Chef said that the new one will also be burnt when he cooks it.
 The quality here has declined drastically in the last one year.
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• 21 Jun 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Highly priced compared with taste

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No real taste of India. non spice food. No value for your spendings. I visited on my wedding anniversary.... I tried thid n that all taste come same. no fun eating the food except zinga.
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• 30 Apr 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

No value for money if you have other options

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1- No taste of India at all.
2- No spice means no taste...No Indian Masala flavour at all
3- No good service at all
4- price is very high for each item ( S$30 + for each)
5- No value for money spent at all

Better suggestion on the same price... Rang Mahal or Punjab Grill. :-)
Still can go:
- I came to know they are serving good at Lunch buffet(U may try that)
- They provide 1 lunch buffet free with 1 ,,, try out that too.

Am not :-(

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