Serangoon in Singapore is known as Little India, so it isn’t surprising that the Serangoon Road is densely-packed with restaurants cooking Indian cuisine. Amid the brightly-coloured shops selling saris and Bollywood DVDs, there is plenty of great curry to be had, and few of them are better than those on offer at Delhi Restaurant. Specialising – unsurprisingly – in food from India’s capital, their most popular dishes are split into their point of origin: from the garden, for veggies, from the farm, for meat-eaters and from the sea, for those who love seafood.
Sit on the balcony and watch the world go by on Serangoon Rd. Great food and service, Singh was very happy to help with a smile on his face! A great experience all around.
When you set off for a meal down Serangoon Road, you can be pretty confident in the sort of food you are going to get. They don’t call Serangoon Little India for nothing, after all. The standard of Indian cuisine in Singapore is roundly excellent, and nowhere better on the main thoroughfare of the South Asian community than Delhi Restaurant. Their menu is based around the food of Northern India, around the capital New Dehli, with a few Singapore-specific influences thrown in for good measure.
Anyone who is familiar with the style of Indian cuisine typically available in the north of the country will not be surprised to hear that there is a wide variety of meat available at Delhi Restaurant in Serangoon. The menu includes Punjabi classics such as Rogan Josh and Keema Mattar, as well as local favourites like chicken masalam that are native to the Indian capital. A visit down to Serangoon Road is always a culinary adventure, and everyone in Singapore knows it, so make sure you book your table ahead of time to be sure of a seat.