Aromas of India takes its patron satisfaction very seriously. Aiming to serve with the best hospitality possible, the restaurant’s motto is “Ultimate Client Satisfaction”. Located on Race Course Road and just steps from the Little India subway station, the restaurant is in a multi-cultural part of town with good connections to the rest of Singapore. Serving traditional Tandoori dishes in a pleasant, inviting atmosphere, Aromas of India stresses that it can gladly customize orders to a diner’s specifications.
We had a very good meal here and would recommend Aromas of India. However, we don't understand why it was so quiet on a Thursday night.
We had a very enjoyable dinner here. All the dishes had great flavours; suitably hot but not so that the flavour was lost. Given our experience we were very surprised that this restaurant was so quiet on a Thursday evening.
The service was a bit slow I guess due to lack of manpower, food was okay and not really great. Service from the main guy on reception was pleasant. Good choices - chicken was nicely cooked.
Aromas of India on Race Course Road serves up authentic Indian dishes with customer satisfaction as the restaurant’s number one goal. The inside decorations include warm colors like red and brown and around the restaurant are small touches like Indian paintings and artifacts, making guests feel as though they’ve stepped inside a cozy home environment. Restaurant-goers are also welcome to smoke shisha and can choose from a variety of tobacco flavors.
The menu at Aromas of India is extensive and includes Tandoori favorites, seafood, rice dishes and many types of bread. Vegetarians can celebrate because the veggie options are extensive, including options like the Lahori Aloo (potatoes cooked in a cashew sauce) and the Stuffed Capsicum Masala (green capsicum filled with cottage cheese, tomato gravy and potato). Guests are encouraged to stay for an after-dinner cocktail or dessert before leaving for a stroll down lovely Race Course Road.