Having been voted 'Best Indian Restaurant 2013' by the Restaurant Association of Singapore as well as being one of the winners of the International Property Award Asia Pacific 2014, Zaffron Kitchen serve an excellent mix of northern, southern and local Singaporean Indian food. And trust us, there’s nothing quite as savoury as the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of India's finest fare. That's why Zaffron are serving up everything Indian, made with only the freshest ingredients and the purest spices to tempt your belly. We cannot recommend Zaffron at the Westgate shopping mall highly enough. All you have to do is book and head to Jurong East.
Please note that tandoori dishes & breads are not available on Saturdays and Sundays between 4pm and 5pm.
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Singapore’s Zaffron Kitchen Westgate is an Indian restaurant and bar with a distinct British-Indian approach to interior design and dishes alike. Decorative purple taupe wood panels and large glass window frames at the entrance make space for a grand entrance, transporting you back to the days of the Raj. As you step inside the restaurant, located in the Westgate shopping mall (so easily reached from Jurong East station), you will be greeted warmly not only by the staff but by high ceilings decked out with dark waffle-patterned wood and modern chandeliers.
The bar area on the left is one of the most prominent features at this acclaimed Singapore Indian restaurant, consisting of custom-built five-metre-long white marble counter, clad with rustic tiles and adorned with brass pipe foot rest and bar stools that nod to the modern with their chic, industrial design. All the better, considering Zaffron sits in one of Singapore’s most modern malls, the Westgate at Jurong East. Along the right side of the restaurant, a long banquet seat with a photomontage of Indian life as its backdrop caters to couples looking to chill all the way up to big groups of 30 people enjoying a traditional Indian feast. This award-winning Indian restaurant deserves your reservation.
Along the right side of the restaurant, a long banquet seat with classic Indian photo montage as its backdrop caters to couples looking to chill as well as big groups of up to 30 people who seek to enjoy an all Indian feast. By the way: Zaffron Kitchen Westgate is one of the winners of the prestigious International Property Award Asia Pacific 2014.
Food was really good! Service was alright but quite prompt. Pricing was reasonable.
they closed late just to make sure we had a good dinner. it was great! the servers were very understanding and the food was AMAZING.
I order a set lunch and the portion is satisfactory. The service is excellent. The restaurant is quiet crowded in the weekend, and I am lucky to have reserve a table through Quandoo.
small cosy and nice ambience! good food well recommended !
I think it is better to go on a weekday and maybe slightly earlier if u wanna avoid the crowd. Service was fast / prompt. But as a non Indian I am not sure how certain food should be eaten. But nevertheless, it is still fun and exciting to eat the wonderful spread of food. Full of spices that I have never tried before / experienced. Will be there next time for other selection of food they have to offer
great food, great value. it's also tech savvy because of the ipads that were used in ordering, but having one ipad made it hard for people to share the menu and look at the food they wanted. but i guess it sped up the process too because there was one person deciding on the food. overall great experience and i will keep coming back for more!
Westgate branch ... Excellent food with super service (kudos Hari Om and Yashwant), not cheap and in great ambience. The lamb shank biriyani is definitely worth a try rounded off with the moongdal ka halwa served with pista ice cream. Try the Michelin set meal although not sure why they call it that .. The mixed grill platter is very tasty.
Good service, yummy food, cosy ambience. Didn't rate it a 6 only bcoz I would have liked some help with the menu. Instead, the waiter just handed me an iPad menu and promptly left. Guess it was just a case of being short handed, a prevalent case with every Restaurent in Singapore. I'll definitely go again!
Service was friendly. However, even though the restaurant do not have many people, we have a hard time trying to get the attention of the service staff. But once they response, it's friendly. Food was generally quite good, especially tikka chicken. Plain naan was rather hard. Maybe we will try garlic naan next time! :)
The food is good, no doubt about that. The dining experience would be much better if the seating arrangement wasn't so dense! I hosted a farewell party for a colleague, people could barely move inside the restaurant with a high chair they placed for his kid. The staffs are really friendly and helpful.