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 (we're talking over 300 traditional dishes on the menu). 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 is the most sought after North Indian tandoori restaurant in Singapore, with its generous servings of authentic curries, breads, biryanis, vegetarian specialties and more – which they serve daily right up until 1am. Plus, the venue has private rooms to host all your special occasions.
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Very nice place and food was good as always is
I headed to Khansama after a long day and was expecting nothing but delicious food to complete the day. And they never fail to fulfill my expectations. The food tasted amazing and it was so yummy filling after just 3 dishes. And supreme cleanliness is maintained. the plates and cutleries were wrapped in cling wrap and transparent covers. they were opened just when the food was about to be served. This is something I have never seen any other restaurant do. Kudos to Khansama for caring about the safety of their customers during the Covid times.
we had the biriyani and butter chicken which was really good (a little too spicy though!). service was great!
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 a short stroll from the subway 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. Of course, each dish is cooked fresh and can be adjusted according to your needs and the restaurant uses only the best and freshest ingredients.
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