In Little India, Swaadhisht is where you can find Singapore’s most authentic Indian dishes. An elegant setting awaits you here at this local hotspot, made even better by the restaurant’s friendly, knowledgeable staff whose relaxed attitude will keep you at ease. For vegetarians, it doesn’t get much better than at Swaadhisht on Chander Road, where there are meat-free options galore including an array of fresh curries, salads and starters like onion pakoras and veggie cutlets. Seafood lovers will be pleased with Swaahisht’s options too, and go crazy for popular items like the fish head curry, crab masala cooked in a Chettinaad style, Kerala prawn curry and the Malabar meen curry, a sizzling fish curry made with ground coconut served in a clay pot. Get on board by booking your table now.Go to Swaadhisht Page
The restaurant gets filled towards the later part of the night. Come early for a quiter experience. The tables are spaced quite closely so it's a bit cosy. Enough about the premise. Food - awesome. Never disappoints. The briyani is one of the best I've had. Only critique is the variety of dishes is limited but what they lack in quantity they make up for in quality - in leaps and bounds. Service- The manager and servers were always courteous and polite but be ready to wait a little for your food.
Every time I ate there or did catering for function at my home it was always a great experience. Staff were friendly and accommodating. Food was always two thumps up! Finished every grain as all dishes were great. Great job guys!
Quite a few patrons waiting to enter the restaurant. The moment I mentioned I had a Reservation, we were promptly led to our table. Great feeling a reservation makes.
Excellent goat biryani comprises generous portions of meat cooked with either basmati or jeera chamba rice - and Kerala's unique spices, of course. Accompanied with a tall glass of lime juice, there's no need to order anything else.
The best goat briyani, ever - whether with basmati or jeeraka rice! When filled with patrons, the ensuring din from multiple simultaneous conversations can make Swaadhisht less than ideal for business lunches. So, go somewhere else and leave me to my goat briyani.
Taste was subtle n not heavy. Gentle on e stomach. Go for the kerala type of cooking dishes. But waiting time can be n should b shorten. Maybe they should look into having a bigger kitchen n more helpers. Other than the food served is worth another trip.
Very poor experience. I pointed out that the lighting was constantly flickering yet nothing done to replace faulty bulbs. If you are light sensitive stay away. Service was poor with order taken incorrectly causing us to all receive our meals separately. Also failed to clear any plates or clean table at any time. No napkins offered. Plenty of employees walking around doing absolutely nothing! No apologies or even a good bye offered. Stay well away from this place.
The restaurant was closed for the day. Luckily I got a respond from the restaurant. Perhaps you can block out those days they are closed.
Really slow service Appam was sour (over fermented, we think) Mutton was tough - We wasted most of it as we could not have it.