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Khansama Tandoori
Right in the heart of Little India where visitors can soak in the atmosphere is Khansama Tandoori. As its name suggests, this restaurant serves up delicious North Indian cuisine, in particular tandoori (clay oven) cooking. Their kebabs are excellent and curries are rich in flavour. Must orders here include the Kadahi Prawn and Chicken Mughlayee.
166 Serangoon Road
Jaggi’s was founded in 1995 by Mr Gurcharan Singh, in Kerbau Road. Essentially a Punjabi restaurant, Jaggi’s also serves up North Indian and other Indian regional cuisines, giving diners a diverse range of flavours. The chefs here are highly skilled and knowledgeable about the wide range of items they prepare. The restaurant has maintained a distinctive reputation for serving high-quality and authentic fare, offering one of the friendliest services you can find in Little India.
34/36 Race Course Road
Mustard is one of the few restaurants in Little India that celebrates the vibrant cuisines of the Eastern Indian State of Bengal and the Northern State of Punjab. A sojourn into the restaurant guarantees a gastronomic experience into the flavours of Eastern and Northern Indian cuisine. Diners can expect Eastern delights like minced mutton in a deliciously spiced gravy and fabulously fragrant fish in yogurt. A popular Northern Indian favourite is butter chicken.
32 Race Course Road
Bismillah Biryani Restaurant
Founded by Arif Salahuddin, who moved to Singapore from Pakistan a few decades ago, the Bismillah Biryani Restaurant has been around for about 19 years. It serves up Dum Biryani and other authentic Pakistani and North Indian cuisine. For authentic spicy Indian food especially the varieties of meat briyani, this is one place to check out. The secret to their extra fragrant briyani is in the infusing of curry into the rice. Bismillah Biryani Restaurant at Dunlop Street has been raved about by prominent foodies from the likes of the late Anthony Bourdain and the prolific Michelin Guide.
50 Dunlop Street
Kailash Parbat
Kailash Parbat inherits the legacy of demonstrating extraordinary culinary skills since the 1950’s. Mulchandani Brothers started their journey with Pani Puri (crispy dough puff stuffed with spicy goodness). Their endeavour has now blossomed to the brand Kailash Parbat, loyal to its heritage of serving exotic recipes across the globe. A pure vegetarian setup, this is the only restaurant in Singapore to serve authentic Sindhi delicacies native to Sindh in Pakistan.
3 Belilios Road
Sakunthala Food Palace
Established in 1997, Sakunthala Food Palace is an iconic home-grown brand, well-known for its fusion cuisine with its signature range of South Indian, North Indian and Indian- Chinese fusion dishes. It was born out of a complete love for cooking tasty dishes and a passion to experiment with bringing out the best aromatic flavours of its natural ingredients. Among the hot favourites are
their Pepper Mutton, Masala Crab, and Fish Head Curry.
66 Race Course Road
Lagnaa Barefoot Dining
Hearkening back to the Indian tradition of dining, Lagnaa Barefoot Dining welcomes its visitors to remove their footwear and eat like a true blue Indian. Bringing the best of North and South Indian cuisine, the food is prepared and presented in a very traditional manner using the thali, where different dishes are placed together in one big plate. Diners are invited to savour Master Chef Kaesavan’s Michelin Curry Set which includes all the six flavours of an authentic Indian Cuisine – sweet, sour, salty, spicy, bitter, astringent.
6 Upper Dickson Road

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