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Just along from Singapore’s CBD, on East Coast Road in Marine Parade, there lies a little corner of Northern India. Haveli Restaurant & Bar adds to the already astounding array of Indian cuisine available in Singapore, with a superb selection of dishes that represent the best the north of India – home to the world-famous culinary traditions of the Mughlai kings – has to offer. Get yourself down to feast like royalty.
North India is known as one of the great culinary regions of the world, and it isn’t hard to understand why. With a tradition dating back hundreds, if not thousands, of years, the North Indian cuisine that is seen in restaurants around the world is a remnant of the empires of Mughlai kings, whose lavish banquets and decadent ways informed the best of Indian cooking. At Haveli Restaurant & Bar, on East Coast Road in Marine Parade, just a short distance from Singapore’s Central Business District, you can experience this royal cuisine for yourself.
A key instrument in North Indian cooking is the tandoor oven, and at Haveli Restaurant & Bar, just out of Singapore CBD in Marine Parade, they make the most of theirs. Meat comes out of it at a rate of knots in the form of tikka and kebabs, as do breads, the essential delivery method for food in the North of India. The curry lover will not be short of entertainment here, as rogan josh, du piaza, dhahiwala and more are on the menu, as well as a whole range of dhals. In fact, there is something for just about everyone at this Indian restaurant on East Coast Road: they even do Western dishes such as fish fillets and calamari, so those a little more lily of livered can enjoy themselves too.