Where To Eat, What to Give for Deepavali 2013
2013-10-28
This weekend, our Indian friends will be celebrating Deepavali. For them, the Festival of Lights is that time of the year which they get to spend with their loved ones while feasting on sumptuous Indian fare and sweets. Yeah, it’s a special day which should be best celebrated with food! Here are some ideas on where to go, what to give, and for those having a house party…caterers to hire! RESTAURANT PROMOTIONS It's always a nice thing to know that during this time of the year, you can get your money's worth when you dine in restaurants which give enticing promotions and deals. Tandoor North Indian Restaurant: Brunch Menu and Special Deepavali Coasters
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From 15 October to 15 November 2013, Tandoor will be giving away special Deepavali coasters portraying the Ramayana to diners who order the Gourmet Trail Menu (from $38) and Wine Pairing Menu ($88). During the Deepavali weekend (2 and 3 November), the restaurant will also be having a Brunch menu together with a lamb carving station and buffet spread. For reservations, please call +65 6733 8333 Delhi Restaurant: 2-for-1 Lunch Promotion
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For the coming holiday, you and a friend can sample the restaurant’s authentic Indian cuisine for the price of 1 with its 2-for-1 lunch promotion. To avail this, interested diners would need to go to their Facebook page and claim the voucher. It’s just a few simple steps and you will be rewarded with a delectable feast at Delhi Restaurant. For reservations, please call +65 6296 4585 SWEET TREATS AND GIFT SETS When you meet your loved ones, it’s always appreciated when you bring them something. Food is always welcome in anyone’s home, so why don’t you bring them some sweet treats! Yantra: Freshly-made mithais
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Yantra celebrates Deepavali with freshly-made mithais, the unique pastries prepared by the Indians for their Festival of Lights. What makes their 6 selection of flavours is how the Executive Chef handcrafts each order; then, these are put in custom-made boxes to give that festive feel. To try all the flavours, order an assortment of treats in boxes of 9, 21, or 20 (comes with Lord Ganesha Idol)! For enquiries and orders, please contact Dharamat at +65 8139 5654 or email dharmendra@restobars.com.sg Song of India: Gift Box Sets
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Trusted Indian restaurant, Song of India, gives us another reason to rejoice for the coming Indian holiday – their traditional sweetmeats and treats which will only be available for a limited period. Choose among the Ultimate Treasures Box ($33+) with 4 varieties of dried fruits, the Deepavali Delights Gift Box Set ($45+) with 4 varieties of 20 sweets, and the Premium Celebration Gift Box Set ($59+) with 6 varieties of 30 sweets. For those who want to indulge more, they have the Special Set ($89+) where you get both the sweets and fruits! For enquiries and orders, please call +65 9730 9735 or +65 6235 9604 Rang Mahal: Legacy of Heirlooms
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Since 1971, Rang Mahal has been handcrafting their sweet creations; and this year is no different. Dubbed as “Heirlooms”, they celebrate their legacy with specially-made mithais for the coming holiday. Encased in exquisite designer gift boxes, you can choose between the Corporate Mithai Collection ($50+/21 pcs) and Premium Mithai Collection ($75+/40 pcs). For the premium offerings, there are the Rang Mahal Classics ($75+) and the Rang Mahal Legacy ($98+). For corporate enquiries, please call +65 6850 7980 or email marketing@rangmahal.com.sg Shahi Maharani: Tradional Home-made Goodies
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Made especially for the festive season, Shahi Maharani’s festive goodies are available for orders now. Encased in elegant boxes, the halwai delights range from Ebony & Ivory (Chocolate Burfi), Milk Cake, Walnut Ladoos to stuffed Caju Roll. Their irresistible mathris are not to be missed, too. Packaged in a jar, each contains spiced pastries and cashes. Perfect for sharing! For enquiries and orders, please call +65 6235 8840 CATERING When you want to welcome Deepavali with much fanfare and hearty food, it’s a good idea to resort to catering. That is, if you’re too busy and you have no time to prepare the spread yourself. Muthu’s Curry: Diwali Menu
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Muthu’s Curry takes the burden off your shoulders by offering a very competitive rate for their catering services. They will light up your Deepavali celebration with their 3 Festive sets priced at $15, $18, and $20 per pax. All these come with a choice of starters, staples, main course, and how could they forget – desserts! Minimum of 30 guests to get the package. For orders, please email enquiries@muthuscurry.com Riverwalk Tandoor: Customised Catering Packages
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You can celebrate Deepavali until the 10th of November 2013, for Riverwalk Tandoor is offering their catering packages until the said date. There are three sets of menus to choose from, and the rates are $15,$18, and $21 per pax. There’s also a special set, the Vegetarian menu, which is priced at $15 only. The dishes to be included in the set can be customised. Customers can choose from all their best-sellers or even traditional items. For orders, please call +65 6536 0875 or email nagaraj@rwt.com.sg See Also: Discover the best Indian food in Singapore Find out what Singapore's favourite dishes are
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Indian Cuisine
Catering
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Pastries
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