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What is the taste of India? To many it is sunscorched dust and the smell of a billion people. To those lucky enough to live in Singapore, it’s summed up in Little India, with a multitude of curryhouses vying for spice lovers’ attentions. Rangoon Road is certainly a hot spot for South Asian cuisine, and at Taste Of India, just a block up from Racecourse Road and a few minutes walk from Farrer Park Station, they’ve got the gustatory aspects of Indian cookery down to a fine art. And the restaurant itself tells a story – the traditional Indian way of life, the boom years of the Raj, and the contemporary trends in Indian cuisine that are currying love for this kind of food among a whole new generation of foodies.
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Great service, good food, fair price and nice location! Try it.
Too bad including service . No test on food. . Order didn’t in place. Bitter experience on test of India. This is the last time
I have been to Taste of India couple of times and its worth as far as price and service is concerned. I would recommend anything to try this hotel.