Although this is mainly a North Indian Restaurant, they do serve a few South Indian dishes too. I would recommend sticking with North Indian items like the Kashmiri and Garlic Naan and get any curry you like to dunk you divine bread in. I also liked their sweet lassi and masala tea. What’s great is they serve you with papadums and this wonderful spicy mint sauce as an appetizer as you wait for your meal. This tiny restaurant in located in the quaint food hub known as Serangoon Gardens. A meal for two would come up to about S$25. North Indian curries are not as spicy as South Indian ones so it’s a good place to start if you can’t take spicy food and want to try an Indian curry. At lunch time they also serve a set meal with briyani rice, which we had in addition to the Naan.
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