Vegetarian options are available.
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sat
10:00 - 22:00
Alcoholic Drinks Available
For photos, please visit Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow: http://rubbisheatrubbishgrow.wordpress.com/2011/12/06/food-on-fire-capital-square-three/Featured on 8Days, Wine&Dine, and Exquisite, the decor is canteen-style, so this is really a eat-and-go place but there are several selling points:1. Guilt-free healthy Indian food! less salt, less oil, less cream, no MSG.2. “We don’t own a freezer,” says the owner; food is freshly prepared daily.3. Chefs are from India, so there is a degree of authenticity.4. The owner’s ancestry is from Gujarat, and it was the first shop in Singapore to sell Gujarati dal dhokli, only available on Wednesdays 12-3pm.5. Owner’s extended family lives in India so they buy fresh spices, pound and mix them themselves and ship it over to Singapore freshly.A friend and I shared the angmoh-influenced lamb kebab wrap ($11) with plenty of fresh vegetables, a naan as wrap, and two sauces, a spicy one and a yogurt-based one. This is good lunch food, as I remember fondly of my New York Ah Beng Training Days when I ate wrap for lunch. There wasn’t a stench of the lamb. The texture of hot lamb and crunchy vegetables fit well together. The spiciness of the lamb was padded by the vegetables and the spice left a tingling sensation on my lips. Hot lips! Good to kiss any time!Meat Platter ($20). The food came sizzling on the hotplate and the aroma was mouthwatering. Taste-wise, it was average for us–we thought the spices could be heavier–but the meat was tender and succulent.My friend and I also had Chicken Masala set ($9.50) and Chicken Makhani (butter chicken, $9.50), which come with a naan each and are popular for lunch. The Makhani is definitely the better of the two. The masala was salty for us but the Makhani chicken has a deep roasted, very smokey taste that I like very much and can’t stop eating. The chicken really absorbed the essence of the tandoor (clay oven). I’d come back for this.I don’t like lime juice ($2.80), because it’s either too sour or diabete-ly sweet, but here, the balance was superb. This is the only lime juice I can recall that I like but I wonder if it can be cheaper. $2, maybe?In general, although I love spicy-hot food, I can’t take it but the food here is ok to my palate. Unlike my other experiences of eating Indian food, after eating, we didn’t feel heavy and lethargic. It tasted decent too. The price seems reasonable as the eatery is in CBD area. An eatery that survives 8 years in such a competitive area can’t be bad. continue reading
Husband had the butter chicken set which cost $11.50. Came with rice, dhal, some vegetables, the butter chicken and a plain naan. the naans here are very thin and so looks bigger. Tastes alright but we prefer the thicker naans. The rice is nice and fragrant. The dhal was nicely flavours too. The vegetables were alright. The butter chicken was a bit odd as we are used to sweeter and more buttery butter chicken. The butter chicken here is like a tandoori cooked chicken - it had a smoked taste, with butter chicken sauce mixed in. Overall, it was very filling due to the naan + rice + dhal which tended to fill people up. This wasn't a bad set but the smokyness of the chicken was a bit weird. Goes well with a lime juice. continue reading