With Serangoon Road and Racecourse Road next door, filled with curry shops, it’s frustrating to choose a place to eat for yourself in Little India Singapore. However, after struggling to find these nooks and crannies, we found the best places. Vegetarian packages priced at $ 3 S at Tandoori lamb feet at $ 100 S. What better way to explore a city than by eating?
Ananda Bhavan Restaurant
The Ananda Bhavan restaurant is a great place for Indian cuisine and especially in the south where Hinduism represents the majority. It is a vegetarian restaurant and it is one of the best places to taste the specialties with the longest history of operation in Singapore, which can make even the most avid guests can leave with a full stomach and contentment. Special menu sets are priced at $ 7 and up and include home delivery, as well as many other restaurants in Little India of Singapore, open until late. There are a few other branches of Ananda Bhavan around Little India Singapore (there is also one at the airport).
Opening hours: 10:30 a.m. to late evening (depending on the agency)
Address: 221 Selegie Road / 58 Serangoon Road
Phone: +65 6297 9522
Khansama Tandoori Restaurant
Located in the center of Serangoon Road at an easy to find the street corner with red and gray in the Gothic style. Khansama Tandoori restaurant is on our list because of its delicious Tandoor oven dishes.
The buffet lunch with the main meat menu is priced at S $ 12. Or you can also enjoy with your friends the lamb marinated and cooked for two hours up to S $ 99. The mixture of food and smoke in Khansama Tandoori is a unique flavor that can only be found by coming here. Certainly, the feeling of enjoying the food here once will make you want to come back a second time.
Opening hours: 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Address: 166 Serangoon Road
Phone: +65 6299 0300
The most famous curry from Little India Singapore is Briyani, and the best place to enjoy it is at Briyani d’Allaudin. For those who have no idea what this Persian dish is, Briyani is simply a plate of herbs with basmati rice, served with curry sauce and mutton and chicken. This dish sometimes grows with crème fraîche or hard-boiled eggs. By mixing all these things, you will get a plate of sky curry.
The Briyani d’Allaudin is not really a restaurant but a restaurant. It is located on the second floor of the very famous Tekka Center. To enjoy the messy style and real taste, do as the locals do, use a spoon and fork with your right hand or sprinkle with peshwari bread to pick it up.
Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Address: 01-232 Tekka Center, 665 Buffalo Road
Taste of India
Join the Indian travel itinerary with the best food in all regions
Because they made our list of the 5 best restaurants in Little India, this luxury restaurant certainly deserves its ambitious name, “The Taste of India”. Indian flavors take you on a journey that stretches across India, including Tandoor chicken, Chettinaadu specialties and of course the region’s most famous dish: fish head curry.
With the somewhat intricate and elegant decor with marble pillars, elegant ceiling chandeliers, works of art, and brave statues everywhere, this place feels like more galleries than restaurants.
Opening hours: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Address: 36 Belilios Lane
Phone: +65 6341 5158
The French dropout
If you are bored with Asian cuisine, try European dishes at French Stall
Among the series of curry restaurants on Serangoon Road is The French Stall, a charming little place that serves French media fare at an affordable price. Located at the corner of a white and blue street, the French stall has become one of the most visible and visible places in Little India.
Inside, you will not be overwhelmed by the slightly shabby decor and cramped tables and chairs, but because French cuisine makes people drool. The impressive menu includes foie gras, duck breast and orange sauce, lamb with spicy vegetables and many other great European desserts.
Opening hours: 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. for dessert only, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Address: 544 Serangoon Road
Phone: +65 6299 3544