Restaurant Guide To Indian Food In Singapore

When it comes to finding Indian food in Singapore, there are plenty of options to discover. This guide features the top 7 restaurants based upon their ambiance and quality of food. With this guide, you can find the best of the best for Indian cuisine.

The Bazaar

Address – 115 East Coast Road, 112 Katong Mall, Singapore 428804

The Bazaar is known for its North Indian cuisine and is located opposite the Katong Mall. It has a very straight ambiance with yellow walls and a lively feel throughout. Traditional and contemporary Indian art line the walls and provide an incredible transformation so that diners feel as though they have traveled to the colorful corners of the country for an unforgettable meal.

Authentic North Indian cuisine is on the menu at The Bazaar. There are some popular dishes as well as some more of the exotic. From samosas to kebabs to Vindaloo, there is something for everyone. The menu is eclectic with vegetarian and spicy dishes to choose from – as well as some chef specialties that are unique all on their own. Some of my favorites at the restaurant include Gulab Jamun and Chicken Malai Tikka.

Chicken Malai Tikka at The Bazaar

Chicken Malai Tikka at The Bazaar


Address – 43 N Canal Rd, Singapore 059299

D’Bell serves up modern Indian food and is near Park Royal on Pickering Street. The restaurant and bar has a dining and lounge concept with a very high-end ambiance where crystals and chandeliers can be found throughout the dining room. There are royal purple banquettes, gold rimmed mirrors and much more that provide a luxurious experience. A VIP lounge exudes sex appeal with leather couches, a marble bar and even low velvet stools for an intimate soiree.

The menu at D’Bell is just as high-end as the furnishings with such rich flavors as a lobster bisque, a papadum cone, as well as entrees that cover a wide array of meats and seafoods. Protein is brought in from all over the world, including Norwegian salmon and Australian beef steaks. Clay ovens exist for the authentic flavors and the chef makes all of the sauces by hand. Personal favorites on the menu include Masala Aloo Tikki and Carrot Halwa. If you find this interesting you should also read about Jimmy John Founder.

D'Bell decor will make you feel intimate

D’Bell decor will make you feel intimate

Table by Rang Mahal

Address – 41 Seah St, Singapore 188396

Table by Rang Mahal provides a casual dining atmosphere inside of the Naumi hotel, located right beside the Famous Raffle’s Hotel. The modern approach to decorating helps to make diners feel right at home, enjoying some of the incredible food as well as liquid libations. A breathtaking view of the city can be found on the open deck as well as through the expansive glass windows of the dining room. Large tables are found throughout, making it possible to host large groups as well as to eat while mingling with other diners who have come to enjoy delicious Indian food.

Many promotions exist throughout the restaurant, including an executive set lunch, a buffet breakfast over the weekend, as well as an a la carte menu for dinner. Everything is fresh made and includes kebabs and other Indian delights. Some of the most popular items on the menu include the Bombay Paani Puri and the Table Pop for dessert is a must.

Table Pop is a signature dish at Table by Rang Mahal

Table Pop is a signature dish at Table by Rang Mahal

The Song of India

Address – 33 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228226

The Song of India is a fine dining establishment inside of a heritage bungalow on Scott’s Road. The restaurant is open for lunch & dinner and offers a gourmet lunch buffet as well as a Sunday brunch buffet. The family-friendly restaurant has a traditional feel inside with cloths on the tables and an air of sophistication. There are stylish interiors to make anyone feel comfortable and provides the ideal environment when going to celebrate something special.

The executive chef, Manjunath Mural, has created an array of amazing dishes. Various signature dishes are scattered about the menu, including a Star Spiced Foi Gras for a starter and Lobster Moiley as a main course. Several set dinner menus are available and the six course “Journey through India” is my favorite. Each of the six courses were amazing, blending innovative aromas inside of the authentic dishes, ranging from shorba to tikkas. The mouth-watering dessert was divine as well. There is a full bar at The Song of India and there is also a wide selection of wines that can pair well with the items on the menu.

Sophisticated interiors of The Song Of India

Sophisticated interiors of The Song Of India

The Punjab Grill

Address – 2 Bayfront Avenue, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands B1-01A, Singapore 018972

The Punjab Grill was inspired by the maharajas of India and the cuisine is similar to what is found in the North Western Frontier Province. The restaurant is found in basement 1 of the Shoppers at Marina Bay Sands. The interior design is very modern, using a combination of high-polish metal and lass along with luxurious paneling made of flush upholstery. The entrance provides a stunning view of the wine cellar and within the private dining room, there is a full view of the kitchen. With a chic feel to the entire restaurant, it is fit for any Indian royal.

Various menus are available at Punjab Grill, ranging from the gourmet to the melting pots of urban life. A la carte and set menus exist, allowing people to choose what they wish to eat as well as how much they wish to eat. There are weekday power lunches, weekend lunches featuring a kebab annd biryani feast. The five course degustation menu is one of the more popular set menus that includes a Golgappa platter, tomato soup infused with green coriander, and more. The delight is the “Paan Shot” at the end, which is a liquid form of Indian Paan and an absolute must to complete the dining experience at The Punjab Grill. Other favorites at the restaurant include Tandoori Jheenga and Patiala Shahi Machchi.

Paan Shot is a delight at the end of meal at Punjab Grill

Paan Shot is a delight at the end of meal at Punjab Grill

Tandoori Corner

Address – 5 Boon Tat St, Singapore 069613

Tandoori Corner has been preparing casual North Indian food in Singapore since 2008. Reasonable prices are found throughout the large menu and the restaurant can be found at Boon Tat Street, close to the Central Business District. There’s also another location of the Tandoori Corner at Bastlier Street. The restaurant is committed to personable service and features a cozy atmosphere. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and offers catering possibilities as well. Management Program. The manager, Surender, has a passion for food and beverage and it is obvious within every corner of the restaurant.

Don’t expect anything fancy from Tandoori Corner. What you can expect is good, traditional food that is packed with flavor. The menu includes a lot of favorites including Rogan Josh, Biryanis, Paneer Makhni and many other Indian favorites. One of the most popular dishes is that of Fish Curry and all of the curry is made fresh with only the finest ingredients in the area.

Tandoori Lamb Chops at Tandoori Corner

Tandoori Lamb Chops at Tandoori Corner


Address – 66 Race Course Rd, Singapore 218570

Sakuntalas is a mixed Indian food restaurant that covers cuisines from across the country. There are four locations, though the most popular is the one at 66 Race Course Road. Delivery and catering are also available, making it possible to indulge in the food anytime, anywhere. Also known as the Sakuntalas Food Palace, it provides a simple atmosphere that focuses more on the food than the decor. There is art hanging throughout the walls of the restaurant and a partial open style kitchen allows you to see all that is going on.

The menu at Sakuntalas is impressive and provides North & South Indian cuisine along with Chinese and fusion to ensure everyone can find something. Soups, salads, appetizers, breads, and mouth-watering main courses are available. The spices are traditional and clay ovens are used to ensure the flavors are served in a classic manner. A personal favorite at Sakuntalas is that of the Fish Head Curry and Nandu Rasam soup. There are also some incredible desserts to indulge in, including the Gulab Jamun and Payasam.

Fish Head Curry at Sakuntalas

Fish Head Curry at Sakuntalas

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Sai Karthik Reddy Mekala

Karthik Reddy has been traveling around the world since completing his M.B.A in 2012. He is passionate about photography, trying out new food, meeting new people, experiencing different cultures and explore places solo.

1 Response

  1. Nanci says:

    nice post on Indian food on Singapore. people through all round the world love Indian spicy food and they look for these foods where ever they go, so visitor of all kind will be benefited by this post. thanks for sharing.

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