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It’s all about the tandoor at Singapore’s Spice Grill. Utilising the traditional clay oven, this Tanjong Pagar restaurant’s chefs are able to give diners a taste of the past through their time-honoured dishes. Found at Icon Village on Gopeng Street, this Indian restaurant is well-respected in the city’s competitive foodie circles – a pretty impressive feat. Open every day of the week except Sunday, this is an Indian restaurant you can count on.
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In all kinds of weather, Spice Grill at Singapore’s Icon Village in Tanjong Pagar makes waves with its incredibly flavourful Indian cuisine. Serving up a plethora of northern Indian dishes, this beloved restaurant attracts guests of all shapes, from the snobbiest amateur food critics to the most casual of diners. The atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed, so come by any time you please for curries that are out of this world.
Cool off with one of Spice Grill’s lassis – in mango, sweet and salted varieties – before choosing from a number of quick bites such as paneer pakora, samosas, papdi chaat (crisp fried dough wafers with sweet and tangy seasoning) and masala papad (grilled Indian cracker topped with green chilli, cilantro, onion and tomato). As for mains, we recommend any of the Tanjong Pagar restaurant’s tandoori dishes, including chicken tikka, mutton seekh kebab, and tandoori prawn. Be sure to try the kheer, an Indian rice pudding for dessert, before heading back out onto Singapore’s busy Gopeng Street.