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Deepavali Gastronomy

Vegetarian-style Mock Mutton Murtabak by Komala Vilas

Komala Vilas

76-78 Serangoon Road

For Reservations: 6293 6980

Crowd favourite Komala Vilas puts their signature vegetarian spin to one of Singapore’s most-loved Indian dishes – mutton murtabak! Marinated in delicious spices and served with fragrant basmati rice, this mock mutton murtabak is one that even meat-lovers would love to try.
Established in 1947, Komala Vilas is Singapore’s oldest vegetarian restaurant and still honours the Tamil Nadu tradition of serving food on banana leaves. Serving up both South and North Indian vegetarian fare, the 70-year-old family run business is a household name and has expanded to three locations.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special exclusive
www.komalavilas.com.sg

Deepavali Gastronomy

Vegetarian-style Mock Mutton Murtabak by Komala Vilas

Komala Vilas

76-78 Serangoon Road

For Reservations: 6293 6980

Crowd favourite Komala Vilas puts their signature vegetarian spin to one of Singapore’s most-loved Indian dishes – mutton murtabak! Marinated in delicious spices and served with fragrant basmati rice, this mock mutton murtabak is one that even meat-lovers would love to try.
Established in 1947, Komala Vilas is Singapore’s oldest vegetarian restaurant and still honours the Tamil Nadu tradition of serving food on banana leaves. Serving up both South and North Indian vegetarian fare, the 70-year-old family run business is a household name and has expanded to three locations.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special exclusive
www.komalavilas.com.sg

Deepavali Gastronomy

Malabar Prawn by Sakunthala’s Restaurant

Sakunthala’s Restaurant

151 Dunlop Street

For Reservations: 6293 4431

This Deepavali, Sakunthala’s brings you Malabar Prawns, a specialty dish from coastal South India, where seafood is abundant. Fresh, juicy prawns are cooked in coconut and aromatic spices to produce a creamy, sweet and spicy blend.
Sakunthala’s Restaurant is a homegrown brand known for its fusion cuisine, including a Signature range of South Indian, North Indian, and Chinese dishes. With beautiful, spacious interiors that showcase Indian heritage and tradition, filled with the aroma of handpicked aromatic spices, you will feel like royalty in this food palace.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special exclusive
www.sakunthalas.com

Deepavali Gastronomy

Malabar Prawn by Sakunthala’s Restaurant

Sakunthala’s Restaurant

151 Dunlop Street

For Reservations: 6293 4431

This Deepavali, Sakunthala’s brings you Malabar Prawns, a specialty dish from coastal South India, where seafood is abundant. Fresh, juicy prawns are cooked in coconut and aromatic spices to produce a creamy, sweet and spicy blend.
Sakunthala’s Restaurant is a homegrown brand known for its fusion cuisine, including a Signature range of South Indian, North Indian, and Chinese dishes. With beautiful, spacious interiors that showcase Indian heritage and tradition, filled with the aroma of handpicked aromatic spices, you will feel like royalty in this food palace.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special exclusive
www.sakunthalas.com

Deepavali Gastronomy

Cod Fish Pollichathu by Gayatri Restaurant

Gayatri Restaurant

122 Race Course Road

For Reservations: 6291 1011

The word “Pollichathu” means burnt or charred in South West India. In a skilful blend of tradition, technique and style, this cod fish in banana leaf wrap tawa is fried and steamed to produce a burst of flavours.
One of the oldest banana leaf establishments in Little India, Gayatri Restaurant serves authentic North and South Indian cuisine in a cosy family-friendly setting.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special exclusive
www.gayatrirestaurant.com

Deepavali Gastronomy

Cod Fish Pollichathu by Gayatri Restaurant

Gayatri Restaurant

122 Race Course Road

For Reservations: 6291 1011

The word “Pollichathu” means burnt or charred in South West India. In a skilful blend of tradition, technique and style, this cod fish in banana leaf wrap tawa is fried and steamed to produce a burst of flavours.
One of the oldest banana leaf establishments in Little India, Gayatri Restaurant serves authentic North and South Indian cuisine in a cosy family-friendly setting.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special exclusive
www.gayatrirestaurant.com

Deepavali Gastronomy

Hyderabadi Dum Biryani by Gokul Restaurant

Gokul Restaurant

19 Upper Dickson Road

For Reservations: 6396 7769

Fancy yourself some Hyderabadi-style dum biryani? The spices really shine, roasted to perfection, pounded, and used to marinate the gravy. Mint, coriander and saffron slow cooked with basmati rice complete this dish, served with yogurt cucumber raita, archar, and potatoes with roasted spices.
Founded in 2003, Gokul Restaurant proves that vegetarian food need not be bland or boring! Serving up North and South Indian cuisine, as well as Asian Fusion (Nonya) dishes, their dum biryani, butter chicken, and Chinese rojak are perennial favourites.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special exclusive
www.gokulvegetarianrestaurant.com

Deepavali Gastronomy

Hyderabadi Dum Biryani by Gokul Restaurant

Gokul Restaurant

19 Upper Dickson Road

For Reservations: 6396 7769

Fancy yourself some Hyderabadi-style dum biryani? The spices really shine, roasted to perfection, pounded, and used to marinate the gravy. Mint, coriander and saffron slow cooked with basmati rice complete this dish, served with yogurt cucumber raita, archar, and potatoes with roasted spices.
Founded in 2003, Gokul Restaurant proves that vegetarian food need not be bland or boring! Serving up North and South Indian cuisine, as well as Asian Fusion (Nonya) dishes, their dum biryani, butter chicken, and Chinese rojak are perennial favourites.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special exclusive
www.gokulvegetarianrestaurant.com

Deepavali Gastronomy

Turkey Biryani by Delhi Restaurant

Delhi Restaurant

64 Race Course Road

For Reservations: 6296 4585
Delhi Restaurant’s Turkey Biryani is a western twist to a popular Indian dish. Savour the fusion flavours of turkey, a western favourite, marinated in a secret spice and herb blend and cooked with fragrant basmati rice. A tantalisingly rich biryani that is unique and rich – a must-try!

Delhi Restaurant was founded in 1988 by a husband-wife team, and has won many awards and commendations. The restaurant has a second outlet at Broadway Hotel along Serangoon Road.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special exclusive
www.delhi.com.sg

Deepavali Gastronomy

Turkey Biryani by Delhi Restaurant

Delhi Restaurant

64 Race Course Road

For Reservations: 6296 4585
Delhi Restaurant’s Turkey Biryani is a western twist to a popular Indian dish. Savour the fusion flavours of turkey, a western favourite, marinated in a secret spice and herb blend and cooked with fragrant basmati rice. A tantalisingly rich biryani that is unique and rich – a must-try!

Delhi Restaurant was founded in 1988 by a husband-wife team, and has won many awards and commendations. The restaurant has a second outlet at Broadway Hotel along Serangoon Road.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special exclusive
www.delhi.com.sg

Deepavali Gastronomy

Idicha Naatu Kozhi Varuval by Junior Kuppanna

Junior Kuppanna

161 Kitchener Road

For Reservations: 6291 6116
South Indian experts Junior Kuppanna are serving up Idicha Naatu Kozhi Varuval, aka Crushed Country Chicken Stir-Fry’, a unique dry chicken curry originating from the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu in Southern India.

This dish uses chicken that is cut into cubes and crushed using a stone. It is cooked with fresh ground masala, without adding water, and flavoured with peppercorn, coriander seeds, fennel seeds, and other Indian spices.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special – only available until 6 Dec 2020
www.juniorkuppanna.sg

Deepavali Gastronomy

Idicha Naatu Kozhi Varuval by Junior Kuppanna

Junior Kuppanna

161 Kitchener Road

For Reservations: 6291 6116
South Indian experts Junior Kuppanna are serving up Idicha Naatu Kozhi Varuval, aka Crushed Country Chicken Stir-Fry’, a unique dry chicken curry originating from the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu in Southern India.

This dish uses chicken that is cut into cubes and crushed using a stone. It is cooked with fresh ground masala, without adding water, and flavoured with peppercorn, coriander seeds, fennel seeds, and other Indian spices.
Deepavali Gastronomy festive special – only available until 6 Dec 2020
www.juniorkuppanna.sg

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