Khansama Tandoori Restaurant

Serangoon · Indian · $$$$
28 Reviews

About Khansama Tandoori Restaurant

A trip to Khansama Tandoori Restaurant in the heart of Singapore’s Little India is a history lesson in culinary tradition, especially that of the Punjabi, north Indian cuisine in which this kitchen down Serangoon Road specialises in. Take a seat indoors, or on the shady, breezy terrace if you’re lucky (this popular joint is often busy) and indulge in some proper Punjabi hospitality. It’s not surprising that this restaurant and its siblings scattered across the city are among the highest ranked Indian restaurants in Singapore.

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Chef's Choice



Tandoori Chicken


Achari Tikka


Mutton Seekh Kebab



Khansama Special Soup


Multigatawny Lentil Soup


Chicken Manchau Soup



Mutton Curry


Fish Curry


Prawn Curry


Rice Dishes

Chicken Dum Biryani


Mutton Fried Rice


Seafood Fried Rice



Tadka Daal


Chana Masala


Daal Makhni



Gulab Jamun


Badam Kheer


Gajar Halwa


Further Information

Khansama Tandoori Restaurant is just as eager to educate its guests as it is to treat them to the kind of premium service and high quality cuisine that one delights in finding when hunting through the colourful part of Singapore known as Little India. Located along Serangoon Road, Khansama reminds us of the etymology of the word tandoor, ascribing its origin to the Semitic word for fire. Fire is certainly on the cards here, from the tandoor clay oven itself to the spicy dishes on offer.

Northern Indian and Punjabi cuisine is a specialty of Khansama Tandoori Restaurant – this goes for the central Little India outpost along Serangoon Road as well as its Science Park sister and the associated Jungle Tandoor. Signature dishes include the Punjabi tadka, delectable and eminently shareable thali selections, mouth-watering kebab zayka and tangdi kebab, keema mattar, old favourites like butter chicken and a range of biryani, and the novel vegetable-stuffed crispy pastry cones served with a capsicum raita.

28 Reviews

George A.3 months ago · 1 review

Best Northern Indian food in Singapore and best I've ever had anywhere. A favorite when ever I come to Singapore. A dozen meals and always the best.

Aqil E.4 months ago · 3 reviews

They have good butter chicken and a number of their authentic Indian dishes. It's a good place to go if you want Indian food at little India. Highly recommended.

Aqil E.4 months ago · 3 reviews

Looks like a tourist trap but I assure you that they serve good and authentic Indian food. Love the butter chicken. Try it out yourself.

Don E.5 months ago · 1 review

Great food and excellent service! Would definitely recommend this restaurant. Prices are very reasonable and it is in the heart of little India with lots of shopping nearby.

Li Juan T.a year ago · 7 reviews

Food was delicious, we had 3 types of bread/naan/prata, and had a special preference towards Aloo Gobi. Though prices are slightly high for a shophouse like restaurant, it was still packed with like-minded groups who share their love for the well-tasting food served. Admidst our dinner, a small mouse was seen near the corner of the shop on the second level. The staffs were apologetic about it and offered to switch tables to the first level of the shop. May visit again if the prices are lowered.

Chrystal C.10 months ago · 2 reviews

Great service and wonderful food! I was the third of my group of friends to arrive and they immediately knew who I was. They were also attentive to our needs without needing me to constantly get their attention.

Alison N.17 days ago · 1 review

Restaurant was fairly flexible to allow us to change our table. We prefer the tables on the ground level for better ventilation as it could mean dustier and noisier. Food was great at a relaxing and leisurely pace. Friends and I had a great evening dining at Khamsama (Serangoon Road outlet).

Simon G.6 months ago · 1 review

Great restaurant. One of Singapore's best local Indians. A huge menu and they know how to make it hot. Best to sit upstairs although they may be the heaviest chairs in the world!

imgApeksha D.2 months ago · 3 reviews

Food is so yummy! The dal makhani beats all of it but the only problem is the noise levels and its too hot even in the aircon! But food was totally worth the money, time and service is great!

imgGrace P.2 months ago · 1 review

Excellent and affordable North Indian food! Service staff were very attentive and firnedly. We spent about sgd150 for 5 of us and we love their chicken tikka and nann! Will come back for more next time.

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