Indian

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This Deepavali, you can go on a gastronomic tour of India at Grand Mercure Roxy Hotel‘s [email protected] Buffet Restaurant. The buffet brings you colourful delicacies from the rich Indian culture and heritage. Heritage Feast of India buffet (until October 28, 2011) Lunch: S$40++/adult, S$20++/child, S$32nett senior citizen Dinner: S$44++/adult, S$23++/child,...
Night owls on the prowl for places serving late night supper, mark down Prata Wala. This Indian eatery operates 24 hours daily at Jurong Point and remains open till late at Tiong Bahru Plaza as well as the new NEX Mall in Serangoon. The food and clientèle are decidedly casual,...
It has been a long while since our last visit to Little India. Apart from the colourful temples and shops selling sarees and collectibles, this vibrant district is also a treasure trove of delicacies. Being a huge fan of Indian cuisine in general, I love coming here to indulge in...
Calling all night owls! If you’re looking for a nice supper place to grab some chow, you can visit Mr. Teh Tarik Cartel! As the name suggests, you can find teh tarik here plus a gazillion other drinks. There’s Milo Dinosaur, teh halia (ginger tea), various ice blended drinks, just...
A friend once described an Indian meal as a feast for all senses. Not only does it consist of rich flavours that you can both smell and taste, the cuisine is also a multitude of vibrant colours with the various gravies and curries. And then, you would eat it with...