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Saffron Bistro (Circular Road)
About Us

A true oasis for lovers of Indian cuisine, Saffron Bistro serves up authentic North Indian cuisine in a modern, eclectic setting.

Saffron Bistro has something for every occasion, perfect for quick bites, long lunches, entertaining or simply dinner for two.

Using our very own special blend of sauces, , Saffron Bistro’s team of Indian chefs serves up dishes that are light, with little oil but still full of the traditional flavour of Indian spices.

With friendly service staff, great food, and atmosphere…all you will need is company.

Besides the satisfying tandoori chicken, Saffron also serves delicious Seafood Masala, mouth-watering Rogan Josh (lamb) and the superb Kebab Tastari, a mix kebab platter of lamb, chicken, fish and prawn. Call for home delivery.
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22 May 2013 09:03:40
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A North Indian cuisine restaurant perfect for quick bites, long lunches, entertaining or simply dinner for two. Currently offers 30% off total food bill, valid for Weekdays Dinner and Weekends/Public Holidays Lunch.
Quiet and nicely furnished, with soft music and polite staff. The night I was there the majority of customers were groups of Singaporean girls, all rather bizzarrely taking pictures of their meals. Started with complementary poppadums, served with mango chutney and green sauce. I'm not sure what herb was in the green sauce, as it didn't taste of anything - grass cuttings maybe? Then a starter of onion bhajias, which were thick slices of onions fried in batter. The onions were still largely raw, the batter tasteless, and the accompanying thimbleful of mayonaise not really flavoured with anything. My main course was chicken tikka cooked with jeera (cumin). The chicken was undercooked and didn't show much sign on the tandoori oven, and absolutely no sign of cumin or any other spices for that matter. The accompanying dhal was reminiscent of school dinner lentil soup, thin and bland. The puri, which should be lighter than air when properly done, was greasy and heavy - fired from a gun it would probably sink the Bismark! Quite the worst "Indian" meal I've ever eaten, anywhere in the world. This is an establishment to be seen in, and take pictures to show your colleagues how brave you are eating Indian food, but Indian it most certainly isn't! Never again. posted by : Harold visit www.foodadvisor.com.sg
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