Singapore’s Earl of Hindh, located in luxurious Quayside Isle in Sentosa Cove, aims to give diners an experience of Indian cuisine like no other. Turning back time to the days of the British Raj, Earl of Hindh – the name says it all – combines of-the-twentieth-century British-Indian decor with sumptuous cuisine to match. A novel concept at work here is that Earl of Hindh aims to pair their Indian dishes with select single malt whiskies.
Wonderful service and the bestie Dian you will Ever eat - we love it there It is expensive but the quality is worth it Nice decor and views too
Excellent food and service. Recommend chicken dalcha , tandoori brocolli and hindh ki chole. Basically everything was great. Alfresco seating if the weather is good.
Great. Simply amazing. Hope to visit again and the place is a sure recommend to all coming there with children and family. Thank you all.
The time of the British Raj was one where Royalty and the Maharajah dined together
in opulence. It is this era that Earl of Hindh captures in its beautiful restaurant on
Quayside Isle in Singapore’s stunning Sentosa Cove development. The decor is
majestic, as befits the banquet hall of a Indian palace. Mirrored walls reflect the light
from antique chandeliers hovering above tiled floors and the open tandoor oven,
where bread and tandoori dishes are prepared right before diners. The tandoor, for
many, epitomises Indian cuisine – and it’s these traditions that Earl of Hindh hopes
to preserve and reanimate at this fine Indian restaurant.
Earl of Hindh’s exotic Indian cuisine is classic in every sense. Specifically so – this restaurant emphasises an historical consciousness of British Raj cuisine like no other. It’s innovative in that respect, but also in its approach to matching food and drink. Rather than your usual wine match, Earl of Hindh proposes to match a variety of premium whiskies and Scotch single malts with classic Indian cuisine. It’s a first for Singapore, and we wouldn’t be surprised if it’s a world first! Come on down to this distinctive Indian restaurant on Quayside Isle in Sentosa Cove for a unique example of Indian cuisine and fine dining.