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Indian food in Singapore: Readers’ favourite curry houses

After listing our favourite dining spots for curry in Singapore, it was only fair to ask our readers for their top choices. After having a long discussion with our lovely Facebook fans, you came up with this selection…

Indian food in Singapore
Tried and tested: Your verdict

 

Chat Masala for great takeaway! Stuart Ashworth  

Murugan Idli Shop at 74 Race Course Road and 81 Syed Alwi Road for idlis and amazing chutneys. Malini Ratnam  

Chat Masala for Kerala-style food; and Gajalee at Esplanade Mall for seafood and Konkan coastal cuisine. Anne Pinto Rodrigues  

Mustard at 32 Racecourse Road. Jette Højskov Rayment

Tandoor at the Holiday Inn Orchard with its new look and its classic curries. Kavita Sharma Thakral

Punjab Grill is really big on taste. Several new and innovative dishes can be found there that are hard to find in other eateries. Ruchi Gupta

Chat Masala and Murugan Idli Shop, which is fantastic for breakfast followed by shopping in Mustafa. Melinda Clements

Yantra is one of the top Indian restaurants, and also probably one of the most expensive. Donovan Castillo Mohlman

Vintage India at 10 Dempsey Road has amazing food and exceptional service. Or try Maharajah at 30 Cuppage Road, which does excellent curries and gives you ice cream at the end to cleanse your palate! Dominika MacKenzie

Mustard for Bengali and Punjabi cuisine. The food is excellent and the service is way above standard. It’s very cosy and welcoming too. Sara Scaramelli  

Lagnaa at 6 Upper Dickson Road. They have a barefoot dining option on the second floor. You can also select the degree of spiciness ranging from one to 10. I think if you can eat level eight or above then the food is free! It has a homey, friendly environment. Preeti Keswani

Rangoli at 226 Pasir Panjang in the West Coast. Amazing, amazing! Kimberley Martin

Omar Shariff at 805 Bukit Timah Road. Ingela Ordmärkt

Song of India – best kulfi ever! FM Martindale  

Ras at Clarke Quay for North Indian food, Bar B Q Tonight in Little India for great grills and Yantra for fine dining. Soniya Shahid

Mustard is amazing and so is the newly renovated Tandoor at the basement level in Holiday Inn Orchard. Nadine Ferranti

Tandoori Corner on Balestier Road is cheap, no-frills simply excellent Indian food with a manageable menu. Guy Turton

Zaffron Kitchen on East Coast Road. Great food! Avril Counihan

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