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40 Restaurants in Little India, Singapore

Embark on a voyage of culinary discovery at Little India restaurants

Located just across Chinatown in Singapore lies Little India, a thriving enclave of spice grinders, authentic Indian eateries and some of the finest restaurants around. Indian Singaporean cuisine is one of the most diverse in the country, bringing together a range of fiery flavours and Malay influences for unforgettable feasts. Whether it's a light lunch that's packed with flavour, or a full course dinner capping off with a delicious dessert, there's no shortage of restaurants in Little India to cater to your every need. Although Tamil cuisine used to lead the pack when it came to Indian cuisine in Singapore, an influx of influences from across the Indian subcontinent has more recently introduced a magnificent array of flavours and recipes that impresses even the most discerning of gourmets.

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Sakunthala's Food Palace

Little India
Indian$$$$
4.9/6131
Sakunthala's Food Palace

Khansama Tandoori Restaurant

Little India
Indian$$$$
5.1/680
Khansama Tandoori Restaurant

Gurkha Palace

Little India
Indian$$$$
5.0/633
Gurkha Palace
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Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant

Little India
Indian$$$$
5.6/67
Gokul Vegetarian Restaurant

Machan's Kitchen

Little India
Indian$$$$
5.2/610
Machan's Kitchen

Copper Chimney

Little India
Indian$$$$
4.5/66
Copper Chimney

Chimichanga

Little India
Mexican$$$$
4.8/629
Chimichanga

Swaadhisht

Little India
Indian$$$$
4.5/620
Swaadhisht
New

Two Bakers

Little India
French$$$$
5.3/64
Two Bakers

Royal Indian Restaurant

Little India
Indian$$$$
Royal Indian Restaurant

alittle tashi

Little India
International$$$$
4.0/61
alittle tashi

Taste of India

Little India
Indian$$$$
4.3/63
Taste of India
New

Tulasi Vegetarian Restaurant & Cafe

Little India
Asian$$$$
Tulasi Vegetarian Restaurant & Cafe

Amaravati Restaurant

Little India
Indian$$$$
Amaravati Restaurant

Delhi Restaurant - Race Course Road

Little India
Indian$$$$
5.2/621
Delhi Restaurant - Race Course Road

New Everest Kitchen

Little India
Indian$$$$
4.8/613
New Everest Kitchen

Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant

Little India
Japanese$$$$
5.7/63
Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant

Ballaji Bhawan

Little India
Indian$$$$
Ballaji Bhawan

Brunches Cafe

Little India
Cake & Coffee$$$$
5.2/6104
Brunches Cafe

Delhi Restaurant - Serangoon

Little India
Indian$$$$
6.0/61
Delhi Restaurant - Serangoon
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    Feast on your favourites at the restaurants in Little India

    Whatever the time of day, you'll find a range of restaurants in Little India open for business. From premium eateries for high-end dining to casual spots for kicking back and refueling, you’ll find your scene throughout the district. Reach for popular delicacies like achaar and biryani, or take a punt on a lesser-known dish to explore new flavours and textures. Take a stroll down Serangoon Road to take your pick from Little India’s most established restaurants, or idle an hour away amid the enchanting aromas of the market at Tekka Centre to whet your appetite and excite your taste buds.
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    Celebrate any occasion at Little India’s restaurants

    When you're looking to celebrate, you have an ample pick of quality restaurants in Little India to choose from. Toast to a milestone achievement at the office and gather round with friends and colleagues for a hearty curry, or retreat to Little India’s low-key restaurants for a romantic evening out.
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    Discover something new at Little India restaurants

    If you think you know Little India in Singapore, think again. This bustling corner of the island is home to an eclectic assortment of restaurants and cafes that offer up all manner of cuisines inspired by Indian cooking, from Gujarati cooking for veggies, to more local takes on Tamil cuisine. Feast on homegrown favourites like fish head curry, rojak salad, teh tarik and roti prata, or delve into fabulous new fusion recipes that combine traditional Indian Singaporean cuisine with more far flung flavours.