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Shish Mahal Restaurant & Pub

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Specialising in Indian and Nepalese cuisine, this casual eatery even imports its basmati rice from Nepal. Besides tandoori, curry and masala favourites, there's also momo and other Nepalese flavours. You can request for your dishes to be prepared mild, "modern" or spicy.

Daily: 11:30 - 23:30

+65 68373480
$27 based on 12 submissions
Dinner (3 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
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I can't say that I'm an expert when it comes to Indian food (though I do eat it quite often), but I can say that Shish Mahal serves delicious Indian food at very reasonable prices.  I was there with two friends on Fri night.  We ordered mahal ka dal makhani (black dal), saag paneer, tandoori chicken and butter chicken, with saffron rice and garlic naan.  Each dish was flavorful and wholesome.  Special mention to the black dal which was creamy, spicy and v tasty.  The service is friendly.  The ambience is casual and comfortable.  And at about $35/head (including beer), the meal was excellent value.  We'll definitely be back.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Momos2 votes
  • chocolate raskadam (flavoured dried-milk balls)1 vote
  • fruit naan1 vote
  • motichoor ke laddu (fried rice-pearl balls)1 vote
  • nepal ka soan papdi (flaky, milk candy)1 vote
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• 25 Aug 2014 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

Great North Indian Food

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I can't say that I'm an expert when it comes to Indian food (though I do eat it quite often), but I can say that Shish Mahal serves delicious Indian food at very reasonable prices.  I was there with two friends on Fri night.  We ordered mahal ka dal makhani (black dal), saag paneer, tandoori chicken and butter chicken, with saffron rice and garlic naan.  Each dish was flavorful and wholesome.  Special mention to the black dal which was creamy, spicy and v tasty.  The service is friendly.  The ambience is casual and comfortable.  And at about $35/head (including beer), the meal was excellent value.  We'll definitely be back.
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• 01 Nov 2013 • 296 reviews • 15 followers

Sweet treats from India and Nepal

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Known for its forte in Royal Indian and Nepalese cuisine, Shish Mahal has also jumped on the Diwali sweets promotion bandwagon. A box of 12 treats ($18), comes with a delicious combination of motichoor ke laddu (fried, rice-pearl balls), chocolate raskadam (chocolate-flavoured dried-milk balls) and Nepal ka soan papdi (flaky, milk candy). Book yourself an al fresco spot to settle in for Diwali dinner, before gorging on these sweets. For more Indian restaurant reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/what-to-eat/10-indian-restaurants-to-book-*aid-be2f3101/
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• 03 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 21 followers

Romantic alfresco setting with wonderful food!

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Try their rojan josh and butter naan! Good food and ambience - hidden gem! Very rich flavors and the portions are filling - pretty reasonably priced
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