Found inside the beautiful Holiday Inn Singapore at the Orchard City Centre on Cavenagh Road, Tandoor Restaurant has been serving premium Indian cuisine to the residents of Singapore and its visitors since its establishment in 1985. Offering dishes originating from across India, from the southern tip of the subcontinent all the way north to the Punjab, Tandoor’s Orchard Road restaurant aims to give the city a proper introduction to the exciting culinary traditions of South Asia.
With a team of six highly skilled Indian chefs working the kitchen, Tandoor Restaurant, close to Singapore’s Orchard Road, settles for nothing less than the absolute best in Indian cooking. Sous chef Uttam Singh brings over three decades of experience to the kitchen, and alongside the other chefs, is completely committed to his craft and enthusiastic about sharing high-end Indian food with hungry Singaporeans. The chefs are happy to cook for your private event, too, and Tandoor Restaurant in the Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre even has a luxurious private dining room with space for up to 50 diners, perfect for your next big celebration.
Lunch at Tandoor Restaurant on Cavenagh Road is a truly elegant affair. Order the Lunch Gourmet Trail, a four-course meal that includes a soup, your choice of kebab, a main course and dessert (for an excellent price), or choose from the a la carte menu. Tandoor’s signature dishes include nalli gosht (expertly cooked lamb shanks served in jus), mango curry, and, for dessert, a Bailey’s ice cream kulfi. A meal at Singapore’s Tandoor Restaurant is highly sought after – do the smart thing and make a reservation ahead of time.
My husband, my helper and I went to the Sunday lunch buffet at Tandoor, Holiday Inn Orchard City Centre, Singapore for my birthday. We loved the variety of the food and that is why we go so often. For drinks, there was lassi, fruit juice and an ice-cream drink that my helper said was delicious. The aloo-poori was good and there was an adequate salad bar with raita and chutneys. There was chicken biryani as well as a vegetarian rice dish, moti pulao, both were delicious. Freshly made butter naan was brought to our table. While their masala dosa (freshly made at a station) has decreased in size, it has improved in quality. There was also dal makhani, saag, paneer makhani, baigan dish, all very good. For non-veg, there was chicken korma, fish masala, lamb as well as chicken, lamb and fish kebabs. All were very delicious. Unusual was coriander kheer for dessert which my husband loved as well as gajar halwa and rasogolla. Would have loved to have some more Indian sweets like rasmalai, barfi, sandesh though my helper said that the chocolate mousse was delicious. Overall, this buffet is the one to go for in Singapore if you want to celebrate an important occasion with your family. All of us loved it. Well done, Tandoor!
Perfect combination of Delicious food and excellent service. It was worth the price!! We would definitely visit again on the first chance ☺ Keep it up!!
Food was good, also is service. The curry mango dish was the best. But the lime juice was far too sour. The children enjoyed the mango lassi
food was expensive... naan is 12 dollar per portion. overall classy decor and pleasant ambience. service can be more prompt. alcohol is available but also pricey.
Good service and good service. Will definitely patronage them again.