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Serving up cuisine from India’s northwestern provinces – including the modern-day regions of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh – Delhi 6’s Capitol Piazza premises have become a huge hit in Singapore’s City Hall in addition to the other restaurant locations at Republic Plaza and Katong V. As well as offering cuisine from India’s northwestern region, the restaurant also serves delicacies from Hyderabad and even further south. You can find this chic Indian restaurant at the Capitol Piazza shopping centre on Stamford Road, just seconds from City Hall station.
A little bit on the pricy side. Not super expensive, but definitely not cheap. Taste is average. Tried the biryani that was recommended in one of the reviews, it was good. Folks should be warned, it's not boneless. It is good though. The chicken soup was interesting, it was lentil soup with chicken bits with a bit of chilli and coconut. interesting and different.
Went again. Tried the lamb boti kebab as previously mentioned in another review. It was good. I little underdone, but still quite good. Tried the Lal Mas. It is a lamb curry. It was very good. Great taste.
If you’ve been on the hunt for that perfect curry or the freshest naan, Delhi 6 in City Hall has what you’re after. Because the kitchen features large windows and juts out into the middle of the dining space, diners can observe their meals being cooked fresh to order by the skilled kitchen team. The ambience inside the restaurant is relaxed but hip, perfect for a fun lunch or dinner with friends after shopping at Singapore’s Capitol Piazza mall on Stamford Road.
The menu at Delhi 6 in Singapore’s Capitol Piazza mall is clearly separated into vegetarian and non-vegetarian menu items, so it’s the perfect place to visit if you or your dinnertime companions don’t consume meat. Start with kebabs like the shahi seekh kebab made with cottage cheese, nuts and spices, or the multani barrah kebab, a lamb kebab flavoured with cinnamon. This City Hall restaurant’s specialty is their selection of wraps and rolls – choose your bread (wheat roomali, butter paratha or spinach wheat roomali) then decide on fillings ranging from paneer to fish. Plus, there are plenty of Indian favourites, from murgh makani to vegetarian dal, if you’re feeling traditional. Book ahead!