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Tandoor Restaurant

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Since opening its doors in 1985, Tandoor Restaurant has become synonymous with authentically prepared, traditional Indian cuisine. Contemporary yet laced with tradition, waiters offer recounts of the stories behind each dish in the restaurant.

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 19:00 - 22:30

+65 67300153
$58 based on 19 submissions
Dinner (6 votes), Business Dining (5 votes), Lunch (5 votes)
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Best Tier 1 fine dining Indian resturant

Tandoor has the finest quality Indian food amongst the Tier 1 resturants in Singapore. Ambience is excellent and staff alert. Turn around time from order to serving of food was also very good. Food was fresh, hot and tasty.


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• 01 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

OVERPRICED, BAD SERVICE AND LOST ITS CHARM

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Having first visited this restaurant some years ago, we were keen to try it again following its  refurbishment a while back.  Whilst the food quality was perfectly acceptable, it was badly let down by the service.  For example the menu is structured in theusual way of appetizers and mains and we ordered accordingly.  Why therefore does the waiter bring the whole lot at once? if you charge $18++ for a small can of Asahi Beer, the least they can do is pour it properly rather than delivering the can to the table, dispensing a glass full of froth and dumping the half empty can and then disappearing!  We had two appetizers, two mains, four beers and two naans, our total cost was $241.30!!  We will not return.
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• 21 Mar 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Best Tier 1 fine dining Indian resturant

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Tandoor has the finest quality Indian food amongst the Tier 1 resturants in Singapore. Ambience is excellent and staff alert. Turn around time from order to serving of food was also very good. Food was fresh, hot and tasty.


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• 01 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great ambience but a little overpriced

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The food was actually good but not up to the standard.
Went to Tandoor with a group of friends (8 of us) on Monday (29th Dec). The ambience is really good and the waiter was very polite. He even came back to check if everything was alright and to our liking. Our bill came up to $300.
Beer at this restaurant isn't cheap at all, so Beer drinkers beware - 3 glasses came up to $64.
I wouldn't complain about the food if it was much cheaper.
When a person pays this price, it's common to expect the food to be of some standard, especially at a fine dining restaurant.
We ordered 2 bread baskets and to our disappointment, some of it were burnt (yes, almost completely black on one side).

Their Gulkand Rasmalai ($12) is a MUST-TRY. Portion was little but the flavour is just too good! The best I've tried so far.


The Murgh Tikka was good too! The chicken was soft and tender.

Overall, a pleasant experience but I didn't find anything extraordinary for the price paid (apart from the Gulkand Rasmalai). 

   
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