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電話號碼
6299 4466
開飯介紹
Established in 1924, Anandha Bhavan Restaurant is the oldest Indian vegetarian restaurant in Singapore. They also provide catering and home delivery services. They employ unique preparation techniques in creating their dishes, all the while maintaining quality and nutritional value. 繼續閱讀
前往餐廳網站
http://www.anandabhavan.com/
招牌菜
Masala Thosai
食評 (7)
等級4 2013-02-02
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The first picture illustrates a typical south indian meal that the restaurant serves. I love the little cute containers each dish comes in. It's great for first timers due to the vast variety. The main dish is white rice of course. From the left was a vagetable curry, sambar (which is commonly served with other rice items), dahl (usually serviced with chapati or prats), a spicy curry, payasam (a sweet indian dessert) and plain yoghurt (to ease the spiciness) There were 2 dry vegetables served - cabbage and mock mutton (soybean) - which is my favourite dish here! The meal is complimented with vadai (an indian snack) and papadam (crispy rice crackers). For the price paid, I must say it was worth it as it was a complete meal. The dishes were vast and very tasty. I would also like to add that the dishes were not overly spicy which is perfect for other races to indulge in since they were mild 8/10This was also my first time trying the mee goreng here (I opted for the dish to come without onions) which were prepared for me upon request. The serving size was just nice. The noodles were well fried with spinach and bean sprouts in them. There was a strong wok hei flavor which I always scout for when eating such dishes. On the side, a slice of beancurd and cucumbers with ketchup was served. 8/10This was a side to go with our food and the picture says it all. Cubes of paneer marinated in yummy spicy, creamy grave. The paneer was cooked for the right amount. It tasted really good and the tinge of tomato added more flavour to the dish. Finally it was sprinkled with coriander which gave it perfection. 9/10 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
等級2 2012-11-30
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I was at the Airport recently, sending off a relative. After all the wheeping and crying sending our love ones off, everyone got hungry! In case people don't know, Laddu is an Indian rice ball which is sweet and it is a popular confectionery in India. The Laddu I got from this restaurant is perfectly round, large but it is a bit too sweet to my liking. I have tried better Laddu in Tekka market, which is just the way I like it. Laddu is a good snack for a quick bite at any time of the day. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)