Taking the restaurant’s name from the Sanskrit for noble, Aryaa is a lounge, restaurant, club and bar all rolled into one. Serving up an array of North Indian, Mediterranean, Turkish and Greek dishes, Aryaa in Bugis prides itself on letting diners experience dishes that they otherwise have never tried. Making sure to honour the history of the cuisines served, Aryaa provides an experience unlike any other at the Diners Building on Singapore’s Beach Road.
Take a look at the Indian set lunch here!
Take a look at the Mediterranean set lunch here!
Where history meets cuisine, Aryaa on Beach Road blends just the right amount of authenticity, elegance and entertainment to provide a unique sensory experience right in the heart of Singapore. There’s no other place quite like it in the city-state – the dimly lit, beautifully decorated interior gives the bar and lounge a particularly sultry feel, making it the perfect place to start – or end – the night on the right foot. With premium cocktails and drinks available, you’ll have plenty of motivation to stay and dance the night away at this Bugis nightspot.
The nightlife is one reason locals flock the Aryaa, the food is another – the cuisine here features a mix of the best Greek, Turkish and Mediterranean dishes that Singapore has to offer. Stop by for a meal with friends and order the Aryaa Grill Platter, an array of grilled meats including beef kofta, chicken and lamb souvlaki lamb chops and a garden salad. Diners with big appetites are encouraged to try the moussaka, an incredible Greek-style casserole stuffed with aubergine, capsicum, potatoes and zucchini, topped with cheese and a creamy bechamel sauce. This is one bar, restaurant and club you don’t want to miss! Make sure to book ahead to secure a spot at this local hotspot in Singapore’s Bugis.
Great indian food. My family and I love it very much
The food is overall really good with few hits and miss....the falafels are hands down, the best in Singapore and the desserts are to die for.
It was quiet when we arrived, food was not too bad, and the service was good too! Enjoyed dinner there, and since it was still quiet, we could have conversations.
Surprisingly good food. Totally recommend. You won’t regret it. I was a little skeptic when I arrived and didn’t see any other customers. I almost walked out right there and then. Luckily I gave it a chance because the food was really good!
The experience at The Aryaa was not as expected to be ,as the main highlight of the restaurant , the royal ambience has been changed. As the place transforms itself into a nightclub after 10 p.m , it has been renovated accordingly. As for the food , i tried the Greek cuisine .The food though filling, is not upto the mark as i found it to be greasy. Perhaps they have good options in the Indian category which i did not try.
I organized a farewell dinner for one of my staff and was lucky to get a reservation for a large party on short notice that afternoon. As we had a mix of Indian vegetarians and meat eaters, the cuisine was a good mix that catered to both groups. Both vegetarian and non vegetarian platters were delicious. We tried both Mediterranean and Indian dishes . The Belgium beer was a hit with everyone as it was both light yet tasty. We had a great time.
We ordered a combination of non-veg and veg dishes, both from the Greek menu as well as the North Indian menu. The food was good although we generally preferred the Greek menu to the Indian one. Only one minor complaint, we couldn't get enough of the dips and when we tried to ask for more cucumber dip, we were told that it was not for sale on its own. This was a little disappointing as we could either have been given more dip for the dish or it should have just been made available for sale. The service was however otherwise excellent.
We shared the grilled platter for 2. It was excellent! Large portion size and grilled perfectly--juicy and great flavor. Happy hours lasts until 10 (1 for 1 cocktails--many unique), and live music started just after sunset (we were there on a Friday). Although the location doesn't allow for ideal ambience for outdoor seating (the indoor decor is a highlight), they do have a powerful fan and we choose to sit outside and watch the passing people. Overall, a great experience.
It was our first visit. The place was nice and cosy, not very crowded. Chef himself came to tell us that our dish HaraBhara Kebab will take little longer than usual which was a nice gesture. Falafal was another great pick. Dal Bukhara and nicely prepared with distinguished flavors... Kadai Paneer was ok .... Garlic naan and Laccha Parantha were well prepared. Overall a very nice experience, will love to go again!!
Aryaa belongs to the same restaurant group as Beirut grill... It serves a medley of Mediterranean and Indian food. Go for Indian if you are here... quite good.... while the Mediterranean food was... bit odd. We had the fish curry, butter chicken, lamb souvlaki, vegetarian moussaka and the roasted eggplant dip (where we couldn't find the eggplant). The naans were awesome!