[CLOSED] Raj Restaurant (Farrer Park)

191 Wishlisted
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Raj Restaurant (“Raj”) was founded on very strong principles encompassing vegetarianism, the beliefs and practices of vegetarians. True to its founding principles, wholesome, sound and the freshest ingredients are used in magical mixes, by some of the most talented, trained and experienced chefs. We specialise in North Indian, South Indian, Indian Chinese, Chaats and much more. Dosais, Thalis, Biryanis, Naans, Chaats, you name it, we've got it! Come home to Raj today!

Top Dishes

What you should order based on community favourites

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required


From the Burpple community

The dish is tasty and very authentic Indian taste

There is too much color added to make it green, which is not good

Top tip: 'Ashok' manager will push you to order a lot and will offer discounts initially. Don't listen to him and order only what you want. He will not honor any discounts later.

Rating 3 on 5

Super value for money snack. Nice presentation. Authentic Indian taste.

Ashok made us order double and then did not honor burrple beyond

3 on 5 overall


Beautiful presentation. Nice taste.

Ashok forced us to order double,then did not honor burrple beyond.

Rating 3 on 5

The place is slightly hard to find, use google maps from Farrer Park mrt.

1 Like

It is good. Cottage cheese curries (Paneer Makhanwalla) is $11.5 and vegetable curries (Kadai Vegetable) is $10. Basmati white rice is $4 and can be shared for 2 persons.

1 Like

Ordered the spainch paneer kofta curry (it was in a butter chicken type sause) and standard palek paneer, with a stuffed kulcha. Mains were $11.50 each so very worth for burrple 1 for 1. Absolutely love the paneer spinach kofta curry it's been my fav for the longest time now, but it is very spicy. Not so much for the ambience though think Indian coffee shop with air con.

Fuel up at this vegetarian restaurant along Race Course Road on days where meat isn't in the cards. We recommend the smoky Hara Paneer Tikka ($11.90), consisting fresh indian cottage cheese smothered in mint and coriander, and served with charred peppers. Pick from a whole variety of dosas as well, our pick being the crisp and buttery Butter Paper Dosa ($4.50).
Photo by Burppler Irene Arieputri