For over four decades now, Banana Leaf Apolo has been thrilling diners in Singapore’s Little India with their flavourful North and South Indian specialties and lovely environment. Still running with the same gusto, the staff at Banana Leaf Apolo’s Race Course Road premises are enthusiastic about sharing their authentic Indian cuisine with Singaporeans. Featuring dishes served on banana leaves, a meal at Banana Leaf Apolo on Race Course Road makes for a oneofthekind culinary experience.
i love this restaurant, amazing food and quick service reasonable prices too!
Great food at reasonable prices, and good atmosphere for all
Reservation was very well handled. Food was good and waiters were very attentive. However did not appreciate the fact that the moment the waiters saw we had finished our meal, the bill was handed to us with the string hint to leave. Was hoping to entertain our overseas guests for longer.
Serving inimitable cuisine amid a sea of Indian restaurants in Singapore’s Little India, Banana Leaf Apolo on Race Course Road is a superb dining establishment known for its commitment to excellence in both food and service. The perfect venue for events and celebrations, this Race Course Road restaurant can handle up to 190 guests in its private function hall, with access to outdoor seating and a valet parking service for guests.
Served on banana leaves, the dishes at Banana Leaf Apolo are produced using the very highest standards – after all, there’s a reason why the restaurant has obtained such a legendary status. Sample dishes like prawn chilli masala, mutton vindaloo, or chicken tikka masala and taste Indian food the way it’s supposed to be: fresh and bursting with flavour. We recommend the gobi Manchurian for all the vegetarians out there. Consisting of fried cauliflower with red chilli pepper and spices, it’s a delicious Indian dish with a notable Chinese influence. Sound like your type of place? Make a reservation and secure yourself a spot at Banana Leaf Apolo’s Race Course Road premises in Singapore’s Little India.