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51 Chander Road
Singapore 219548

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Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

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Have been craving for Indian food recently and Gurkha Palace's Nepalese and Indian cuisine really hit the spot. The cozy dining space is decorated with Nepalese classical décor and traditional brass utensils.

The four of us shared a couple of butter and garlic naans to go along with palak paneer (cottage cheese with spinach), aloo jeera (cumin seeds spiced potatoes), shahi korma (braised chicken curry with cashews), steamed momos (dumplings) and chicken sekuwa (skewers). The momos were rather underwhelming, nothing super fantastic - just minced chicken and doughy skin. Perhaps the fried ones would be a better choice. BUT that's the only disappointment. The Nepali skewers spiced with Himalayan blend were tender and flavourful. The Mughlai curry dish was so creamy and rich from the cashews, just with a little heat in the aftertaste. Potatoes dish were simple yet tasteful - might try to do this for a meal prep. And our favourite was definitely the palak paneer. Smooth and delicious spinach puree with paneer cubes was just so satisfying. Yums.

Definitely come here in a group to try all of these comforting and hearty dishes. It is really affordable as well, with the total bill coming up to ~$60. You are sure to be full! Oh, and they have complimentary papadums with a bomb-ass hari chutney.

Don't miss the gobi (Cauliflower) or chicken manchurian - it's like an indian twist on the Chinese sweet and sour.

Don't miss the gobi (Cauliflower) or chicken manchurian - it's like an indian twist on the Chinese sweet and sour.

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Very interesting and unique spices from this Nepalese restaurant. The mutton briyani is slightly different but yet very aromatic.

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Mutton Briyani with Gravy - $9.50
Very fragrant and delicious with a generous amount of boneless, juicy mutton chunks.

Mustang Coffee (Coffee served with liquor, typical Mustang style) - $3.50
A unique coffee with rum and honey. Without sugar, it was a bit bitter so I added three teaspoons of sugar and it wasn't bitter anymore.
Something nice to try.

Pudina Gosht (Boneless lamb cooked in fresh mint and spices) - $12.00
This was very appetising with a very mild minty flavour but definitely fragrant because there we spices used. There were generous portion of lamb chunks and it was so tasty, I had mouthfuls of this dish by itself (without dipping in my naan or with the Briyani). It would be good to have it with some plain Basmati rice so taste of this dish can come out more.

Plain Naan - $1.90
Soft and had a honey taste to it. Delicious!

Nepalese Special Tea (prepared with spices and milk) - $2.50
Spiced tea with most probably some black pepper, ginger, cardamom and clove. Very good as I like spiced teas and coffees.

Chicken Sekuwa (tender chicken marinated in Nepalese style and grilled on charcoal) - $11.50
Very soft, and moist making chewing and swallowing easier.Also it was fragrant and flavourful. The portion was also good for its price.

Extremely good service. Staff was nice, polite, and took great pride in their job also and kept checking if we needed water, and also if everything was good. Papadams (Indian crisps, not pictured) and mint sauce(not pictured) were served while we waited for our mains to be served. Prices are subjected to GST and Service Charge.A great place that I would recommend and go back to.

Location:
51 Chander Road,
Singapore 219548

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Missing the delicious Nepalese food ^butterchicken from the pre-exam DAC event!#burpple

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