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Situated on Race Course Road, Sakunthala’s is serving up fresh Indian specialties to local spice fans and curry fiends. By using the best possible ingredients, the chefs ensure that guests are treated to Indian flavours without the use of additives or artificial colours. With its prime location in Little India, towards the centre of town, it’s easy to reach this popular South Asian restaurant. Open every day of the week from 11am to 10:30pm, this establishment is the best choice for standout Indian halal cuisine in central Singapore.
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nice food and friendly environment for me and my friends.
Go for the Prawn Briyani. There is a generous amount of prawns served and the rice is pretty good.
Really loved the chicken nasi bryani served here and will order this every time.
Since 1997, Sakunthala’s has been one of Little India’s go-to restaurants for excellent South Asian halal specialities, friendly service and lovely atmosphere. Located on Singapore’s Race Course Road, Sakunthala’s provides a charming environment that’s casual enough for a quick lunch with colleagues or friends. Also offering affordable options for catering, the crew at Sakunthala’s really knows how to throw a great party; it’s a perfect venue for wedding celebrations, dinner parties and corporate events.
Sakunthala’s in Singapore’s Little India is known for its signature dish, the fish head curry. Full of flavour and using fresh herbs and spices (and a fish head) this curry is ideal for seafood lovers and adventurous diners. If eating a fish head isn’t your cup of soup, there’s plenty of other dishes like lamb vindaloo, crab masala, sambal chicken, and fish tikka to keep you occupied at this halal-certified restaurant. Vegetarian favourites include the malai kofta, bhindi masala and kadai vegetable – and there’s plenty more where that came from. To ensure a good table, make sure to book in advance online!
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