At The Song of India, guests are treated to the most luxurious Indian dishes that Singapore has to offer. Found in an historic bungalow on Scotts Road, this chic Indian restaurant provides cuisine fit for a sultan in an environment that’s elegant and sophisticated. Situated in Newton – just moments from the station of the same name – The Song of India invites you to stop by for an unforgettable South Asian meal in an opulent setting.
Take a look at The Song of India’s CNY special and Valentine’s Day menu!
Since its establishment in 2006, The Song of India has been stunning locals with its sophisticated modern Indian cuisine. Located inside of a classic bungalow, this Newton Indian restaurant transports diners to a different place and time. With beautiful chandeliers, elegant furnishings and white columns throughout, the restaurant feels fit for royalty. Singapore’s The Song of India on Scotts Road also includes VIP rooms where diners can dine privately in a space closed off from the rest of the restaurant.
Master chef Manjunath Mural prides himself on quality in his kitchen, utilising only the freshest produce and the finest ingredients in the contemporary Indian specialities he and his crew create. Signature dishes at The Song of India in Singapore’s Newton include the star spiced foie gras, the nalli gosht (lamb shanks in a Lucknavi and herb jus), and the lobster molley (pan-seared lobsters in a lemon and chilli marinade). For dessert, the kulfi is never a bad idea, and the French Connection, creme brulee with nutmeg flavoured wine, is a decadently delicious way to end the meal. This upscale Indian restaurant is hugely popular – reservations are a must!
Song of India is a pleasant experience, if you want a quiet peaceful Indian meal out. They have really delicious desserts, especially the Rasmalai is a must try.
Disappointed as usually good experience. A/C was spoilt and was hot and muggy inside restaurant so we didnt feel like eating spicy curry, which we usually like. Waiter had to be looked for several times to order wine. There were small flies around the buffet area.
Song of India was fine without being 'WOW'. Lovely space, good cooking, service was a little patchy at times particularly as it got busier. Was it Michelin star quality, I will let others decide...
Beautiful restaurant and great food and service. We had a lovely evening. We would perhaps ask for an outdoor table next time as that looked lovely too.
Above average Indian food and service (for an Indian restaurant). Not sure if it's worth a Michelin star though! I'm sure the wine list helps with that
Food and service were great. I specially like the creativity of the chef in presenting new items that I have never had before. The ambiance is relaxed and royal at the same time
The taste is wonderful. if you go early, you will see the pretty setting of the food. wonderful colourful Indian food, feast for eyes as well.
We tried one of the tasting menus. It was a nice meal but we expected something really special which wasn't delivered. The flavour combinations of the starter were just too subtle and didn't really work. May be we should've gone a la carte.
Ambience was good. The buffet was average. Service could improve with drink and starters and soup could be offered on the table on arrival. The price was the buffet sounds attractive but the lunch experience can improved.
Food is ok. Staff is reasonably friendly. Our table probably didn't have a good location because there was always someone passing by, making it very distracting to have a conversation - dampened the experience a bit.