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Gandhi Restaurant

74 Wishlisted
~$10/pax
Closed on Mon or Wed on the 2nd week of the month.

31 Chander Road
Singapore 219538

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Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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Reviews

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Please read Part 1 and Part 2 for overall review!

Short review:
Rating: Between 1 - 10, a huge 20!
Food: Simple, comfort food with so many veg and non-veg options! We love their Chicken Masala, Chicken Curry and Mutton Curry! Tried their fish fry once - it was a little dry! Avoid Chicken 65 also - tiny pieces with no meat! But, this place is perfect for a late brunch on Sunday! You can forget eating for the rest of the day!
Service: Quick and efficient! Sometimes they serve too much rice so be careful
Price: Approx. 21 SGD (for 2 people which included: 2 leaf-sets + a plate each of Fish Fry, Chicken 65 and Chicken Masala + 2 pieces of the Indian sweets available at the checkout counter)

This picture is to show the Laddoo and Mysore Pak which we did take-away for because we were too full that time!

2 Likes

Please read Part 1 for overall review!

Short review:
Rating: Between 1 - 10, a huge 20!
Food: Simple, comfort food with so many veg and non-veg options! We love their Chicken Masala, Chicken Curry and Mutton Curry! Tried their fish fry once - it was a little dry! Avoid Chicken 65 also - tiny pieces with no meat! But, this place is perfect for a late brunch on Sunday! You can forget eating for the rest of the day!
Service: Quick and efficient! Sometimes they serve too much rice so be careful
Price: Approx. 21 SGD (for 2 people which included: 2 leaf-sets + a plate each of Fish Fry, Chicken 65 and Chicken Masala + 2 pieces of the Indian sweets available at the checkout counter)

This picture is to show the 3 non-veg dishes we tried!

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Short review:
Rating: Between 1 - 10, a huge 20!
Food: Simple, comfort food with so many veg and non-veg options! We love their Chicken Masala, Chicken Curry and Mutton Curry! Tried their fish fry once - it was a little dry! Avoid Chicken 65 also - tiny pieces with no meat! But, this place is perfect for a late brunch on Sunday! You can forget eating for the rest of the day!
Service: Quick and efficient! Sometimes they serve too much rice so be careful
Price: Approx. 21 SGD (for 2 people which included: 2 leaf-sets + a plate each of Fish Fry, Chicken 65 and Chicken Masala + 2 pieces of the Indian sweets available at the checkout counter)

Long Review:
For a first-timer, ordering the food may be a little confusing! All you have to do is find a place for yourself and sit down (You may have to share your table during peak-hours, yes it gets that crowded) and WAIT! The servers would have already noticed you and would be busy preparing your plate (leaf?). The picture you see above, is what you get first! This is their standard meal set with white rice (unlimited portions) They have brown rice options too! Then either you can check out their menu before-hand (pasted on the door) or just wait for one of the servers to get a tray with most of the non-veg items in small bowls! Order what looks good and enjoyyyyyy! For a true comfort-food experience - feel free to use your hands!

3 Likes

I was being adventurous yesterday after i found this place from burpple, as i needed to go to Mustafa, so why not trying Indian food there. A simple basic indian restaurant at a small street, walking distance from Mustafa. Had choice of rice or the indian bread, i chosed rice and immediately the waiter laid down banana leaf, the free flow rice, 2 kinds of veggies (a type of squash and cabbage, chutney and papadum. Then i chosed chicken and fried fish from so many choices of chicken, mutton, fish, crab etc.. The dal curry with green pepper and brinjal was placed in a medium sized bucket and you could get it as much as you like. It was good and satisfying, however i need to mention i was so thirsty few hours after that, too much salt? Or MSG? Maybe?

5 Likes

Loved this place for its authenticity and no frills. Simple curries, real local place, no tourists. Super friendly people who don't work there helping explain the system. Have a seat anywhere, the food will come. Point and you got it! Ask for the bill and pay at the exit. Very tasty! Don't go for the decor, go for a taste of India @mhjmlondon

4 Likes

This nondescript Chander Road joint (a short walk from Little India MRT station) is a tad more off the beaten tourist track than nearby Banana Leaf Apolo, which basically means lower prices and more authentic vibes! When we visited just past noon on a Friday, the place was throbbing with Indian families and the working class, many of whom stayed only long enough to greedily scarf down their meal. If you fancy staying for a leisure meal without feeling compelled to give up your spot, head here for a late lunch (around 2pm) or an early dinner (6pm), before the queues begin. There's no price menu here — after they lay out your banana leaf with a scoop of curried vegetables, sambar and chilli chutney, servers come around with free-flow rice and trays piled high with bowls of dishes. Pick what you fancy without fear that it'll cost a bomb at the end. Our meal for three, including a fried fish fillet, a curry fish fillet, curry chicken and spicy prawns worked out to only $29.30 in total. We weren't crazy about the curry fish (even though the gravy was delicious) but the rest were delicious, especially the turmeric fried fish. Pro tip: Most eat sans utensils (right hand only!) but cutlery is provided upon request.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Leigh Khoo

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