163 Tanglin Road
#01-28 Tanglin Mall
Singapore 247933

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(Hosted) Head @Chef.pinaki had joined @yantrasg just before Covid hit, so timing wasn’t great but based on our recent dinner at the surprisingly spacious and elegant restaurant, I think he has used the unexpected gift of time to great advantage - by creating new dishes and tweaking the flavours of existing ones to improve them. My family and I felt the Tasting Menu he served us, was most delicious.
Inspired by tradition as well as modern influences, the cuisine at #YantraSg is a fine balance of classic and contemporary. There is an a la carte menu of course but Chef Pinaki’s Tasting Menu allowed us to try a wide variety which is what I prefer when visiting a dining establishment for the first time. We did however, also enjoy a couple of other items outside of it, such as the Rajasthani Mirchi Yade, a traditional stuffed and batter-fried green chilli that was irresistible with its filling of spiced potatoes, and a fabulous Chicken Biryani that smelled and tasted as appetising as my video suggests.
Arriving first though were the amuse bouche of Papdi Chaat and Dahi Puri - a pair of exciting bites of contrasting flavours and textures. I was especially infatuated with the latter, a delicately crunchy ball filled with cool yogurt.
Head @chefpinaki then presented a starter featuring the meat of a young goat from Australia done in two ways (unlike most places, the mutton used at Yantra does not come from sheep). I found both preparation methods to result in deeply aromatic tenderness, with nary a trace of gaminess. But if you aren’t into mutton, fret not because you can opt for the alternative starter - a duo of Chicken Tikka and Chutneywale Fish Tikka (it features local seabass marinated in coriander, mint marinade). My mum who had this, liked it a lot and successfully pried the recipe from Chef 😆.
Next came the Macher Paturi, a speciality of Bengal which is where Chef Pinaki hails from. It showcased fresh local seabass marinated in mustard and coconut and cooked in banana leaves. I was reminded of Otah while tucking into this delectableness but the spice profile was completely different.
An intermezzo of Milagu Rasam followed. I loved the steaming hot, sour and peppery broth so much, I had to have two cups.
The main course comprised of two dishes to be savoured with saffron rice. One was the signature Chicken Tikka Makhani which had very tender boneless pieces of chicken in rich, thick and mildly spicy tomato-fenugreek gravy. The other, which had me scraping the bowl clean, was the humble looking but too-yummy-for-words Dal Makhani. After simmering for more than 24 hours on the tandoor, the black urad (lentils) were unbelievably soft and creamy.
We were also served a big plate of spinach to share. Cooked till mushy, the iron-rich vegetable was abundantly fragrant and flavoursome due to the large amount of peppers, spices and garlic used.
None of us could stop munching on the freshly-made garlic naan either, as it boasted a crisp bite rather than being limp and doughy.
Dessert was wonderful as we got a mix of Indian specialties. Served warm were the classic Gulab Jamun and the Gajar ka Halwa, a carrot compote (I really liked this), and in-between them sat a scoop of housemade “cream of milk” ice-cream which turned out to be a good complement.

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My favourite dish from Yantra. Amex has 50percent promotion for 2 main dishes ordered now, very worthy!

This is like two different restaurants. The lunch buffet is good (although nothing to scream about) and reasonably priced, even during weekends. At dinner, the food is more sophisticated, but prices are quite extravagant, overall resulting in poor value. I find that if you want an upscale Indian meal, Rang Mahal is way, way better (more refined and innovative cooking, not just gimmicky; and more pro-active service). Alternatively, Song of India and Punjab Grill also serve better food. Otherwise, if you just want an old-fashioned but very satisfying North Indian meal, then there are many choices in Singapore at a fraction of the price of dinner here: the Curry Culture, Tandoor at Holiday Inn Orchard, or even Kebabs and Curries at Mustafa Centre!!

This is like two different restaurants. The lunch buffet is good (although nothing to scream about) and reasonably priced, even during weekends. At dinner, the food is more sophisticated, but prices are quite extravagant, overall resulting in poor value. I find that if you want an upscale Indian meal, Rang Mahal is way, way better (more refined and innovative cooking, not just gimmicky; and more pro-active service). Alternatively, Song of India and Punjab Grill also serve better food. Otherwise, if you just want an old-fashioned but very satisfying North Indian meal, then there are many choices in Singapore at a fraction of the price of dinner here: the Curry Culture, Tandoor at Holiday Inn Orchard, or even Kebabs and Curries at Mustafa Centre!!

This combi is my top fav menu in @yantrasg , it’s super good and irresistible 🤤
📍#01-28/33 Tanglin Mall 247933
⏱12-3PM ; 6.30-10PM
Rate(5/5)⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️-A MUST TRY-

Located strategically in @tanglinmallsg which is at the junction of Tanglin Road & Grange Road. This area set in an eclectic background of colonial and tropical architecture to reflect an ambience of warmth and comfort.

This one-stop lifestyle mall is a niche for the expatriates, yuppies & professionals. It has anchor tenants such as Tanglin Market Place (a gourmet supermarket cum bakery) and Tanglin Food Hall (a foodie paradise).
#yantra
#northindiancuisine

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You can expect all the traditional ingredients, rich taste, fine quality and everything cooked in the best way.
In the frame:
-Tandoori Avocado
-Lucknavi Chicken Biryani
-Chicken Tikka Makhani
-Martabaan Ka Meat
-Asparagus Palak
-Assorted Bread (Naan)
Highly recommended the mutton here, it’s really tender!

Tanglin Mall is a 4-storey one-stop lifestyle mall that is located at the junction of Tanglin Road & Grange Road. This place is a niche for the expatriates, yuppies & professionals. It is set in an eclectic background of colonial and tropical architecture to provide ambience of warmth and comfort.
It has anchor tenants such as Tanglin Market Place (a gourmet supermarket cum bakery) and Tanglin Food Hall (a foodie paradise).

Thankyou @tanglinmallsg @yantrasg @singaporefoodlisting @kenpgl for inviting me ❤️
📍#01-28/33 Tanglin Mall 247933
⏱12-3PM ; 6.30-10PM
Rate(5/5)⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️-A MUST TRY-
#yantra
#northindiancuisine

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