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2017-09-21 83 views
The restaurant was located just walking distance from the MRT station. For a weekday night, it enjoyed a healthy flow of crowd. The restaurant offered Indian vegetarian cuisine and Fusion cuisine.We started with some drinks which took us by surprise when served.Mango Lassi (S$5)The color of the drink was the yellow which one used expected, Instead it was orange in colour. The drink was not sweet.Badam Milk ($5)It was almond milk and the colour of the drink was in bright yellow. Although the almo
Mango Lassi (S$5)
The color of the drink was the yellow which one used expected, Instead it was orange in colour. The drink was not sweet.
Badam Milk ($5)
It was almond milk and the colour of the drink was in bright yellow. Although the almond taste was not very distinct, the drink was slightly sweet and tasted not bad.
Butter Milk (S$3)
The drink had a sour yoghurt like taste. Cream of Mushroom (S$7)
The soup was cooked in western style with cream on top. While it was rich and creamy with bites of mushroom in it, it was rather peppery in taste. So hold off the pepper. Daaba Salad (S$6)
The salad consisted of crunchy vegetables and tasted slightly spicy.
Tandoori Platter (S$25)
irresistible assorted five flavours of kebab : Tandoori Cauliflower, Tandoori mushroom, vegetable sheek kebab, Tandoori Paneer, and hara bara kebab.
Interesting of having vegetables in kebab form. Very tasty. Gobi Manchurian (Dry) (S$12)
cauliflower deep fry with capsicum, onion & spicy sauce
Although the cauliflower was not light crispy, the dish was simply addictive. Kadai Paneer (S$14)
cottage cheese cubes with capsicum & onion cubes
Not sure why but the dish reminded of the sauce of chilli crab. Aloo Palak (S$11)
potatoes cooked with spinach & spices
The sauce was rich and creamy while potato remained firm and crunchy. Mushroom Mutter Methi (S$13)
mushroom & green peas with onion, garlic & chilli
Everyone's favourite main dish which went very well with rice or flatbread. Dal Makhani (S$11)
black dal with spices, butter & cream
The dish reminded one of the gravy from butter chicken, buttery and rich. Jeera Rice (S$8)
an Indian dish consisting of rice and cumin seeds
The rice was buttery and went nicely with mains.
Rumali Roti (S$4.50)
thin indian flatbread prepared with maida or all purpose flour
Everyone's favourite flatbread as it's plainness made it easy to go with any dish.
flat bread made from whole wheat flour and water
The flatbread was light and chewy.
Flavoured Naan (S$4.50)
leavened, oven-baked flatbread
The flatbread was buttery and garlicky.
It was more like a dessert, with the flatbread topped with assorted dried fruit and nuts. Slightly sweet and nutty. Gulab Jamun (S$4.50)
made mainly from milk solids, traditionally from freshly curdled milk.
The balls are then soaked in a light sugary syrup
Although the dough looked like fully soaked, it was soft and not too sweet. Carrot Halwa (S$5.50)
made with grated carrots, whole milk, dried fruit, and nuts
It tasted milky and sweet with nutty texture.