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Best Places for Indian Food in Singapore 2016

Best Places for Indian Food in Singapore 2016

With Deepavali around the corner, we're inspired to celebrate Indian food in all its glory in this week's guide! From out of this world, fun prata creations to a hidden banana leaf joint and dosas worth jostling for, we've travelled the island in search of Singapore's tastiest Indian food. Bring your friends, family, a huge appetite and start feasting!
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With three outlets in Singapore (the other two are at Jalan Tua Kong and Upper Thomson), Springleaf Prata Place is known to turn out fun, out of this world creations like we've never seen, like the eggs Benedict inspired prata called Plaster Blaster ($5) that comes complete with hollandaise sauce. Brave the crowds for a taste of The Ultimate Murtabak ($12), an A3-sized crisp, doughy pancake crammed with portobello mushrooms, tandoori chicken pieces and stringy mozzarella cheese — it's certain to hit the spot but also best shared among two! Another winning creation is Umami 50 ($8), which was created last year to celebrate SG50. As its name promises, the combination of chicken luncheon meat, chicken floss, mozzarella, egg, Japanese mayonnaise and crisp prata is one umami party in the mouth! If you're one of those who cannot ever get enough of anything salted egg, check out its latest creation, Salted Egg Prawn Prata ($9.90). The murtabak-sized creation is filled generously with salted egg yolk, prawns, curry leaves, chilli and a touch of cheese.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Rachel Xie

Located on the ground floor of the boutique Naumi Hotel, Table by Rang Mahal is the comparatively affordable sister of Rang Mahal in Pan Pacific Hotel. Serving fine North Indian food in a relaxed yet elegant setting, this is just the spot for hosting business meals or even a romantic date. You must start with the fun Bombay Pani Puri ($9), a delicious semolina snack from the streets of Mumbai that you fill with sweet tamarind chutney and pop in your mouth. There are few places in Singapore that serve this street snack, so please don't miss it here! Then, have their fragrant Masaledar Chicken Biryani ($24) for a foolproof main. If you're coming by for lunch, their Executive Set Lunch ($20) is of very good value.
Avg Price: $40 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Michelle Kayla Tay

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