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Best Indian Restaurants in Bugis

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A photo of The Landmark restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(0)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Kampong Glam
With over 4,000 square feet, The Landmark is one of Singapore’s most extravagant dining destinations replete with three different dining spaces at the Village Hotel premises on Victoria Street. Whether you choose to stop in for a breakfast feast, an unforgettable lunch or dinner, or you want to host an event that leaves a lasting impression, The Landmark is where you can make it happen. With so many international choices to select from, you’ll have something new to try during each visit. Buffet highlights include the free-flow biryani; cereal tiger prawns; spicy chilli crab; assorted satays; fish head curry; roast beef slice; chicken kebab; sup tulang churros; ice cream and a whole lot more. Book now for an extravagant dinner at this Singapore landmark. Dear diners, please note that non-Quandoo vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with online bookings. If you wish to use non-Quandoo vouchers, please contact the restaurant directly.
A photo of Annalakshmi restaurant
4.3
Awesome(79)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Clarke Quay
Annalakshmi Singapore is an authentic, extremely popular Indian vegetarian restaurant, not far at all from Clarke Quay MRT. The all-you-can-eat buffet here is one of the tastiest, most affordable buffets we know of in this part of the city, and absolutely all of the food is 100% vegetarian, with plenty of vegan options as well. Annalakshmi is a great restaurant for a casual meal with friends or family and you’ll find it on Havelock Road, Central Square. It’s open for lunch as well as dinner, and the humble authenticity will definitely leave you smiling. Reservations at Annalakshmi are always a good idea if you want to be sure of a table.
A photo of Rang Mahal - Fine Dining Indian Restaurant restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(1)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Kembangan
Rang Mahal Fine Dining Indian Restaurant Singapore is an award-winning space within the illustrious Pan Pacific Hotel in Marina Bay. Dining here is a true sensory experience and you can expect an elegant and refined restaurant with a menu brimming with dishes that are simply packed with unique flavour combinations. With stylish furnishings that compliment what’s on offer perfectly, this Singapore Indian restaurant is home to signature specialties, classics you know and love and a particularly delicious gourmet buffet selection for lunch.
A photo of Coriander Leaf - Chijmes restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(1)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Kembangan
Coriander Leaf has long been a fixture in Singapore’s dining scene. Offering fine dining in a relaxed bistro environment (now in a new location at Downtown’s Chijmes along Victoria Street), Coriander Leaf is synonymous with Asian cuisine in the city. Beyond offering up innovative interpretations of Lebanese, Iranian, Pakistani, Indian, Myanmar, Thai, and Vietnamese cuisines, Coriander Leaf is also renowned for its community engagement: catering, cooking classes, corporate bonding events, and popular culinary gift hampers.
A photo of Mirch Masalah restaurant
3.8
Excellent(2)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Boat Quay
Mirch Masalah Singapore is a North Indian restaurant that we can’t get enough of. Right on Boat Quay, it’s river-facing and a wonderfully relaxing and casual spot to enjoy authentic North Indian food with your friends. The menu is high-quality and laced with flavour, consisting of plenty that’s vegetarian as well as plenty that’s not. Then, as well as the food, Mirch Masalah Singapore has plenty of beers, wines and spirits to make things even more enjoyable. For a relaxing and utterly delicious time on Boat Quay, look no further than Mirch Masalah Singapore and be sure to arrive armed with an advanced reservation. You’ll need it.
A photo of The Whiskey Library @ The Vagabond Club restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(0)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Sungei Road
The Whiskey Library & Jazz Club is one of the greatest whiskey bars in the world, housing over 1000 bottles of rare and refined award-winning whiskeys from across the globe. Set within the glamorous Vagabond Club and designed by world-renowned French designer Jacques Garcia, The Whiskey Library & Jazz Club oozes sophistication adorned with red velvet banquettes, a unique collection of art and handcrafted furniture. Anyone and everyone are welcome to experience the art of whiskeys or explore the well-loved selection of expertly crafted cocktails.
A photo of Mustard restaurant
4.0
Excellent(0)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Farrer Park
Mustard is Singapore’s first and only Bengali and Punjabi restaurants, which is reason enough in itself to dine here. But then there’s the food, which is fresh, authentic, and makes a meal here absolutely essential. Some of our favourite dishes on the menu include the Punjabi chana masala, the Bengali doi dharos (lady’s finger cooked with raisins and yoghurt), or the Punjabi spiced eggplant roasted in a clay oven and then sautéed with onions and tomatoes. You’ll find Mustard on Race Course Road in Little India where it’s definitely a good idea to arrive having made a reservation in advance, as the Indian food here is some of the best in the area.
A photo of Basil’s Masala Kitchen restaurant
4.2
Awesome(4)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Boulevard
A small restaurant with a focused Indian fusion menu, Singapore’s Basil’s Masala Kitchen is a hit in the Orchard area. A firm menu favourite are the dosas. The thin Indian pancakes come with loads of different sides and dipping sauces and are a great dish to share with friends. Other popular dishes are the chettinad fried rice and cauliflower manchurian, but the whole menu is delicious. There are plenty of vegetarian options and there’s also outdoor seating for when the sun is shining, which make this Race Course Road eatery a great choice for any occasion. Book a table at Basil’s Masala Kitchen today.
A photo of Lagnaa Barefoot Dining restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(2)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Little India
Lagnaa Barefoot Dining is highly acclaimed for its exceptional Indian cuisine. Customers rave about the exceptional food, with its fabulous presentation reflecting the intricacy and delicacy of Indian culinary arts. In addition, the unique concept of barefoot dining enhances the experience, providing a cozy and unconventional atmosphere that is hard to find elsewhere. This feature amplifies the dining experience, making it a must-do activity for both locals and tourists. Lagnaa Barefoot Dining's commitment to delivering an authentic and unforgettable gastronomic adventure firmly positions it as a notable player in the competitive culinary scene.
A photo of Maharajah Boat Quay restaurant
4.0
Excellent(0)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • China Square
Known across Singapore for almost 25 years as one of the most reliable and authentic places to fill on some Indian cuisine, Maharajah radiates quality. Both Maharajah restaurants – and certainly this one on Boat Quay – display some curious Indian artefacts and specialise in North Indian cuisine, meaning you can expect all of the Indian classics and – given Maharajah’s lengthy presence in the business – plenty of house specialities prepared using methods and recipes passed down through the generations. We’d be lying if we said this restaurant at Boat Quay wasn’t popular, so it’s wise to book ahead.
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