Call Now
  • North Indian - Banquet
About Us
N.A
Delete
Loved the vegetarian thali and non veg thali. The food tastes fresh, just the right amount of spices and flavours.

The best part is the fluffy soft and straight from tandoor rotis--a rararity in Singapore. Do try the veg thali (choice of I veg and I dal)

The free mint chutney is wonderful too.
view all comments
10 May 2012 17:54:21
»
Address
»
Building image
Email

Email Us for a Free Consultation

Loved the vegetarian thali and non veg thali. The food tastes fresh, just the right amount of spices and flavours. The best part is the fluffy soft and straight from tandoor rotis--a rararity in Singapore. Do try the veg thali (choice of I veg and I dal) The free mint chutney is wonderful too.
Till date, I think this is probably one of the best stalls located in a food court that caters to north indian cuisine. Their naan\'s are huge, soft and fluffy. Even their butter naan\'s do not seem to be oily. I had 2 sides which consisted of paneer curry (cottage cheese) as well as cauliflower with potatoes. Both the sides were equally spicy yet flavorsome. The meal was definitely worth every penny and left me very full. I also decided to try lassi (sweet yoghurt drink) which tasted amazing. It had just the right amount of sweetness which ended the meal perfectly
I found this hidden gem tucked away at the banquet (basement of vivo city) sometime back. I expected the food to be pretty average but it exceeded my expectations of a meal at a food court. This time round, I decided to try their naan\'s (grilled indian bread) which goes really well with dry sides or even curry. It\'s definitely a good alternative to rice or even prata as its seen as more nutritious and less fattening. The naan was soft and was made on the spot (there was a grill beside the counter). It was also pretty huge! I went along with a paneer curry - which is a rare find at a foodcourt. Mainly because paneer (indian cheese) is pretty expensive. One serving did cost me $2.50 but it was sufficient for 2 people and its usually more pricy at restaurants. The curry was not at creamy as I hoped it would be but besides paneer cubes, garden peas was added in aswell to give it that extra bulk. It tasted pretty good for something got at a food court. Almost as good as a north indian restaurant!
Advertise on Streetdirectory Business Pages and
Drive more traffic to your Business! From $2 a day. more info