15 Upper Circular Road
Singapore 058413

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Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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The restaurant is small but more upscale. The service is impeccable and the food was great. Beware if you have poor spice tolerance, but I think it's generally fine for most people and you can ask for less spicy versions! We tried the Paneer Tikka, Butter Chicken and Garlic Naan, Fish Biryani (very spicy) and Hyderabadi Prawn Masala. Everything was delicious but would recommend the butter chicken, garlic nan and prawn masala. There was a promotion for 1 for 1 cocktails, wine and spirits too, which could also be used with Burpple Beyond. Overall, the restaurant had lovely ambience and a cosy setting, I would love to go back again!

Garlic Naan or Tandoori Paratha? Actually I enjoyed both @manam.sg Best to go with any kind of curry.😋
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Location: MANAM, 15 Upper Circular Rd, #01-01, Singapore 058413

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Paneer Tikka ($18) is a famous Indian appetizer where pieces of Indian cottage cheeses are marinated with curd and spices before being grilled until charred in a traditional tandoor oven. On the first mouth, it resembles 'tau kwa' with its soft mouthfeel and the way it breaks apart with each bite. I enjoyed the smoky element which was a result of the grilling and it does help to cut through the flavour a little given how jelak I was by the time I was having this.

The Kongunadu Kozhi Kuzhambu ($19), is good old chicken curry with freshly roasted spices. With the viscosity slightly denser and thicker than the usual ones served at your neighbourhood prata stall, this makes them the perfect vessel to coat their Garlic Naan ($6) and Tandoori Paratha ($7). Doughy and flavourful, yet not overly thick and heavy, the flavours of the naan settles nicely on your taste buds, complementing the taste of the curry. I would have devoured a couple more naan if I weren't already this full by the end of the meal.

Chicken Dum Biryani ($21) is an old school classic Indian food that's no stranger to all. The aromatic basmati rice has thoroughly absorbed all flavours of the spices that were thrown in, making you heady with all the aroma coming at you. The chicken was bursting with flavour as well, and I particularly enjoyed pairing it with the Varutharaicha Kari Kuzhambu ($23) which is mutton curry, in layman terms. I was glad the tender mutton was not at all gamey and was served in small chunks, making it easier to enjoy while looking glam, given how this is a restaurant setting. The potent array of herbs, aromatics and spices involved in this 2 pairing is just heavenly, and I can assure you that you'll have a jolly good meal here.

Hard to pick favourites at @manam.sg when everything packed a ton of flavour! The menu features South Indian cuisine and you can’t miss out on some of their curries, especially the rich and aromatic Varutharaicha Kari Kuzhambu ($23); tender mutton pieces in a spicy curry mix. Do yourself a favor and make sure you get their garlic naan to mop up any curries or gravies as well, definitely one of the best naans I’ve tasted with a perfect mix of chewy and crisp parts.

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