Zaffron Kitchen (East Coast)

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Zaffron Kitchen is a casual dining, a cosmopolitan-style Indian restaurant that serves traditional North Indian cuisine at a moderate price. The fit-out of the restaurant provides a welcoming and relaxed ambience with its stylish post-industrial design. It has a children's play corner where young children can play while their parents dine in peace nearby. Zaffron Kitchen East Coast is a past winner of World Gourmet Summit – Best Asian Restaurant of the Year in 2015 and Epicurean Star Awards in 2013, 2014 and 2017. It was also listed in Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand for three consecutive years, 2016, 2017 and 2018.

135/137 East Coast Road
Singapore 428820

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

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With a total of three outlets in Singapore, you can head over to any of the restaurants to enjoy savings of up to 54% for takeaway orders for their ala carte dishes or their bundle sets catered for 2 and 4 pax, which are available until 20 June. Alternatively, you can also place your orders for islandwide delivery via the Oddle link below which has their signatures from the ala carte menu as well as Bundle meals for 2 ($43/$59) or 4 ($100/$115) for you to choose from.

I have actually dined in at the East Coast outlet before and I fondly remember how good the Butter Chicken ($18) was as the chicken tikka had a nice charred aroma to it and when cooked in the rich gravy, the flavours elevated to another level, especially with the addition of tomato, cashew nuts, butter and dry fenugreek in the spice mix. This time round, even though it was a delivery, the flavours were still acceptable and this is the dish to complement with the tandoor-baked Garlic Naan ($2.50), as you can mop up all the remaining gravy with it. The naan is a vehicle for all saucy and gravy dishes, which also pairs well with the Palak Paneer ($16), a vegetarian dish of Indian cottage cheese cooked in a rich gravy with broccoli.

When it comes to Indian food, there is one quintessential dish that is the biryani, and the Zaffron Chicken Biryani ($16.50) has fluffy basmatic rice that is cooked together with the dum chicken masala. The marinate and spice mix permeated into the rice and chicken during the cooking process, resulting in a nice aroma and flavour while not being too spicy. A sharing dish that is perfect for groups will be the Tandoori Mixed Grill ($35) that has all the goodness coming out from the tandoor oven such as chicken tikka, malai tikka, fish tikka and seekh mutton kebab. When the heat gets too much, cool it down with the chilled creamy Mango Lassi ($7.20).
✨ Zaffron Kitchen
📍 135/137 East Coast Road, Singapore 428820
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💕Lamb shank biryani $28.
The lamb was very tender and not gamey, the biryani was quite tasty and fragant.
💕garlic naan $5.20
💕butter chicken $18.
💕palak paneer $16
💕tandoori mixed grill $35
💕mango lassi $7.20

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$5 islandwide delivery fee with min spend of $50

They also have Father’s Day Set Menu for 4 pax will be launched on 15 June 2021, at $120++.


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Good food but serving just took way too long. Good vibes but bit overpriced as well.

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. 👍

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!

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.
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