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33 Scotts Road
Singapore 228226

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Sunday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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Amazing selection of curries. The fish fry is a must try! Overall great food but $34 for a small buffet with a mediocre dessert selection was pretty expensive.

Available during lunch and dinner.

The 4 tasting course including
The Nagaland Bamboo Shoot Chicken (North-eastern India), is a hearty, flavourful broth that is a staple of the mountainous regions; while vegetarians will delight in chef Mural’s Spinach with Pressed Cottage Cheese (North India) served with kasundi, a mustard and cashew sauce that is popular in Bengali cuisine.
The Coorg Mangalorean Fish (Karnataka, South-western India) is creamy curry- based dish of turmeric, tamarind and chillies that will complement the Bajra and Jwari rotis, freshly toasted traditional Indian flatbreads (Rajasthan, North India). Lastly, Misti Dohi (Western India), a sweet, chilled yogurt fashioned as a crème brûlée will complete your meal. .
📍 The Song of India.
33 Scotts Road, Singapore.

For this year's Deepavali, Chef Mural continues to keep with tradition and will be presenting a “Journey Through India”, where his special menu will highlight each region’s specialities.
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The dishes are prepared using clay pots and outdoor wood-fire burning stoves for that traditional countryside dining experience.
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These are some highlights from the dinner:
* Nagaland Bamboo Shoot Chicken (North-eastern India), which is a hearty, flavourful broth that is a staple of the mountainous regions;
* Spinach with Pressed Cottage Cheese (North India), which is served with kasundi - a mustard and cashew sauce that is popular in Bengali cuisine.
* Coorg Mangalorean Fish (Karnataka, South-western India), which is a creamy curry-based dish of turmeric, tamarind and chillies that will complement the Bajra and Jwari rotis, freshly toasted traditional Indian flatbreads (Rajasthan, North India).
* Misti Dohi (Western India), which is a sweet, chilled yogurt fashioned as a crème brûlée to complete the meal.
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This menu is available during lunch and dinner from 3 to 10 November 2018 at $79++ per pax. A vegetarian option is also available.
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[Tasting]

Taking inspiration from his roots, memories and using native Indian cooking techniques, Chef Mural will be presenting a lineup of dishes such as the Chargrilled Laksa Flavoured Chicken Kebab and Sambal Barramundi Tikka as part of the starters in addition to other not commonly seen traditional Deepavali savouries like the Coorg Mangalorian Fish Curry and Country Style Bihari Chicken Curry. After you are done with the savouries, finish off you meal with the Mishti Dohi Brûlée, a lightly sweetened yogurt, and Saffron Gulab Jamun Cheesecake.

Pictured is the Sambal Barramundi Tikka; skewers of barramundi fish that were marinated in a house made spicy sambal and cooked in a tandoor oven.
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The Song of India
Address: 33, Scotts Road, Singapore 228226

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Butter chicken was average. The chicken itself was slightly dry and not very juicy. Sauce wasn't too spectacular as well

Many thanks to Michelin Guide Singapore for the gracious hosting and @burpple for the invite!

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$12

One of the best mango lassis in Singapore but very expensive. Made from Alphonso mangoes, this was delicious and a great balm for all the spicy food. Recommended but note that it is an expensive drink.

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