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Butter Chicken ($18) Tender chicken chunks in a creamy, tomato-ey cashew gravy. Best enjoyed with a basket of naan for dunking — we opted for the garlic ones ($5). Got 1-for-1 with #BurppleBeyond here!
Muriel
21w
Mutton Biryani ($16) Wasn’t expecting much tbh but this was a very enjoyable biryani. Well-seasoned, fluffy basmati rice with very tender and tasty mutton chunks. Highly recommended! Best part? This was free with #BurppleBeyond!
Muriel
21w
@79afterdark Fancy having Chinese Indian fusion food? Ure in luck as @79afterdark serves just that! Located along the breezy vibrant, yet laidback Boat Quay is 79 After Dark, a Chinese-Indian restaurant. Open till 3am to suit the demand for some late night grub! I had a blast tasting the different combinations of what they have to offer! From the Chinese inspired Momos (dumpling) which consist of chicken and herbs, corn and spinach to the more traditional Indian food like the Mutton Biryani which is Flavoured basmati rice cooked with mutton, exotic spices and saffron, garnished with nuts! How about the Butter Garlic Beetroot Noodle which is so tasty on its own and has a nice purple/redish color! Overall it’s a enlightening experience that leaves me wanting for more! 🔻 ‼️79 After Dark is one of the merchants on eatigo, a discounted reservations platform with up to 50% discounts at 650+ restaurants everyday. In partnership with Standard Chartered, users can get instant additional $5 off their dining bill when they pay with their SC credit card. 🔹 🔹 🔹 Thanks to @eatigo_sg for the invite and @79afterdark for hosting us. 🔹 🔹 🔹 #79afterdark#79afterdarksg#eatigo#indianchinesefood#chineseindiancuisine#biryani#boatquay#foodie#eatsg#eatigo#singapore#sgfoodporn#sgfoodie#sgfood#foodsg#foodporn#instasg#foodpics#foodgasm#butterchicken#sgfoodies#eatigosg#hungrygowhere#burpple#burpplesg#makanwarrior#stfoodtrending#muttonbiryani
Makan
4w
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As the menu says- “Probably the best Northern Indian restaurant in Singapore” For two people we ordered Chicken 65, Saffron Rice, Chili Chicken, Cheese Naan, and two Tiger beers. Spicy, without being overwhelming. S$65. Service was attentive and prompt. Would recommend and would return. 4/5 stars.
Daniel
1y
King of Tandoor, Tandoori Chicken ($14/Half) Tender fresh chicken thoroughly marinated in yogurt, rare spices, lime juice & saffron; and passionately barbecued in clay oven over burning charcoal. Result is the explosion of heart & belly-warming flavours bringing souls to the new world. If you believe in past life then trust that I always think I've been reincarnated into the wrong family, should've been born Indian since that's my all-time favourite cuisine (followed by Mexican) - but man are they expensive.
Blanche
3y
north indian cuisine @ khansama little indian friday, bring on the colors and let the never ending work be "naan"! . sightseeing tours can be so yesterday right? how about an uniquely singapore culinary tour! combining satisfying food centric tours and fuelled by a delectable experience by the good folks at @cravesingapore! . a throwback to last sunday @cravesingapore's spice trail at little india where we gad the streets of little india, explored tekka wet market, savored sweet indian treats and indulged in an authentic north indian cuisine at khansama. gosh, you have to got to try palak paneer ($12.50) - a north Indian curry mixture of pureed palak (spinach), tomato, gravy sauce, paneer (cottage cheese) and god know how many spices went in there. also, the butter chicken ($14.50) is to die for. a @burpple invite. discover the lesser known side of singapore at http://cravesingapore.com now
Fabian
3y
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Fried Rice Wide variety of food. The seafood (lobster, prawns, crab, oysters, sashimi) is the best - quite fresh. The Indian selection is also commendable. The local food is mediocre, far below the level at StraitsKitchen at the Grand Hyatt: bak chor mee, laksa, roast meats, carrot cake. Service is friendly but not terribly proactive - we had to ask for water refills all the time. Surprisingly, the cashier agreed to give us parking redemption tickets only if we signed up for (free) membership of local MO eating club.
14w
Fresh Seafood Wide variety of food. The seafood (lobster, prawns, crab, oysters, sashimi) is the best - quite fresh. The Indian selection is also commendable. The local food is mediocre, far below the level at StraitsKitchen at the Grand Hyatt: bak chor mee, laksa, roast meats, carrot cake. Service is friendly but not terribly proactive - we had to ask for water refills all the time. Surprisingly, the cashier agreed to give us parking redemption tickets only if we signed up for (free) membership of local MO eating club.
14w
Tender Tomahawk Served Lukewarm Wide variety of food. The seafood (lobster, prawns, crab, oysters, sashimi) is the best - quite fresh. The Indian selection is also commendable. The local food is mediocre, far below the level at StraitsKitchen at the Grand Hyatt: bak chor mee, laksa, roast meats, carrot cake. Service is friendly but not terribly proactive - we had to ask for water refills all the time. Surprisingly, the cashier agreed to give us parking redemption tickets only if we signed up for (free) membership of eating club.
14w
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Dum Chicken Biryani ($15.50) Presented like a treasure chest, the briyani was served in a cavernous deep dish and sealed with a thin layer of baked prata. Buried inside was a large chicken thigh, a hard-boiled egg and filled with colourful basmati rice. The chicken was a tad dry but the basmati rice was fluffy, flavourful and fragrant as the spices sifted through the long grains. A good companion with all the curry and masala dishes. 👍
Jessica
16w
Zaffron Tandoori Platter ($42.40) This rustic-furnished establishment serves up authentic contemporary North Indian cuisine and is crowned the BIB GOURMAND by the Michelin Guide Singapore. Ideal for group sharing, the specially curated sampler platter of meat kebabs came with Malai Kebab, Chicken Tikka, Mutton Seekh Kebab, Murg Pudina and Fish Tikka. The spices marinate seeped well into the chunky charred pieces, making them tasty, juicy and aromatic. The mutton kebab didn't even taste gamey. A definite choice for all first-timers, especially if you love your meat!
Jessica
16w
Methi Malai Matar (SGD $14.50) @ Zaffron Kitchen. . A fragrant, flavourful dish. As named, it features methi / fenugreek leaves, malai / heavy cream, and matar / green peas. . In a rich, smooth, thick yet mild curry of ginger, garlic, salt, cashew nut paste, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon stick, white onions, powdered cumin, bay leaves, garam masala, ghee / clarified butter, and pepper. . Has a bold vegetal earthy nutty flavour, with hints of bitter sweet notes. Completely delicious, and pairs well with white rice. . . . Zaffron Kitchen More details in profile & blog
Ivan
26w
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