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Top 5 Indian Restaurants in Singapore

Singapore has substantial Indian population and there are quite a lot of Indian restaurants catering to this crowd of Singapore. Little India is a corner in Singapore where you can find a lot of mid-range eateries that caters to local Indian crowd as well as foreign crowd. There is however five names that you should know about, which have truly left a mark in Singapore. However, if you are looking for online coupons then check this out.

Samy’s Curry Restaurant
Samy’s Curry was established in 1950 and has been serving affordable Indian food in Singapore, since then. If you crave for good curry based dishes in a luxurious ambience then Samy’s Curry should be your first choice. Some signature dishes of the restaurant are Mysore mutton are masala prawns. There is however one dish that has put the restaurant in the list of best Indian restaurants in town and the dish is fish head curry. Also, this place will not burn any hole in your pocket; imagine getting free flow of rice with two vegetable curries at just S$ 3.20. Yes! One visit at this restaurant is a must.

Komala Vilas
Vegetarians need not get disappointed because Singapore has good “only vegetarian” restaurants as well. Komala Vilas is one such place that provides authentic South Indian food, Thalis and biryani. If you are any fan of South Indian food then you must try Masala Dosai at Komala Vilas. There are two branches of this restaurant in Singapore and they serve you right from early morning till late at night. You would be looking at spending somewhere around S$10 for a sumptuous breakfast for two at Komala Vilas.

Khansama Tandoori Restaurant
Khansama Tandoori offers an extensive menu to its visitors. You get all varieties of food here, right from starters till deserts plus dahls, chats, and other Indian snack items. You will find this restaurant right at the heart of Little Indian in Singapore. Chicken Tikka Masala and Bhindi Masala are two dishes highly recommended for meat lovers and vegetarians, respectively. Diners can bask in the city view in evening, along with great Indian food, at the outdoor sitting arrangements made by Khansama Tandoori Restaurant.  You would be spending somewhere around S$ 150-200 for a good dinner for two at this restaurant.

Muthu’s Curry Restaurant
Muthu’s Curry has given Singaporeans their favorite curry dish; fish head curry and you will just get addicted to it. For generations, this restaurant is in the list of favorites of localities as well as tourists. The place is also known for its Tandoori palette. The restaurant boasts modern dine-in ambience with live Tandoor kitchen at the center of the dining area. Mthu’s Curry can provide you with the wholesome dining experience that too to 350 people all at once. Vegetarian menu is not very extensive in this restaurant but even with low number of dishes, the place is quite famous amongst vegetarians. Well the experience at this place comes a bit pricy as compared to other Indian restaurants at Singapore.

Punjab Grill
Marina Bay Sands is one of the most premium complexes in the world and Punjab Grill is present inside the premise of MBS. Punjab Grill has been presented with many awards for its food quality and the place is run by JiggsKalra, the celebrity chef. You can count upon this restaurant to provide you with one of the most premium fine-dining experiences of your life.


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