Discover a local take on Indian cuisine at restaurants in Singapore
Wake up to crispy prata – plain or with your choice of egg, cheese or even chocolate sauce – accompanied by a mug of frothy teh tarik (‘pulled tea’), a creation of Muslim-Indian drink vendors in the post-war era that is as rich in its flavour as it is in showmanship. For lunch, how about an Indian rojak with your choice of ingredients ranging in deep-fried potatoes, beancurd, eggs and seafood, dipped in a thick, spicy-sweet chili sauce? Invented by early Indian immigrants to cater to the Chinese community and a then-growing demand for variety, this dish is unique to the region and cannot be found in India. Finally, for those of us who can’t go without our daily staple of rice meals, a hearty biryani with chicken or mutton might just be the ideal way to round up a day of exploring Singaporean Indian restaurants in search of the best eats. How about getting a head start on your culinary expedition by reserving a table with us today?