With Diwali (or Deepavali) just around the corner, Indian sweets and special menus are a big draw. Indulgent and celebratory, these special Diwali menus and Diwali mithais leave no stone unturned to appease your taste buds. Here we pick out the healthier and fancier options, truly some of our favourites! So ditch the ordinary and celebrate the Festival of Lights this year with these Deepavali Delights – Diwali Menus and Diwali Sweets that are on offer around town in Singapore.
Housed in the culturally rich district of Kampong Glam, Flying Monkey is an Indian Restaurant and Bar that brings funk to Indian dining. The restaurant serves Pan-Indian cuisine alongside classic cocktails with an Indian twist. The ambience is lively, with colourful murals adorning the walls and quirky accents spread throughout the place. There are options aplenty for vegetarians and vegan dishes can be done upon request.
Be it shopping or eating, Orchard Road is full of gems that draws shopaholics and food-lovers alike. For the vegetarians and vegans too, there is ample to choose, here’s some of the best Vegetarian and Vegan Food on Orchard Road. From exclusively veg restaurants to mainstream ones, these places let you dine without inhibitions.
Yantra becomes the first (fine-dining) restaurant in Singapore to launch a 5-Course Vegan Indian Menu. You don’t just get to dig into fare that is ethical, the food is also simply outstanding. Having been around for 10 years, the award-winning restaurant has firmly stood the test of time and is well known for presenting North-Indian dishes in a new light. The menu at Yantra is carefully designed, and the spices are specially flown in from India.
One of the best restaurants in Singapore for Indian Fine Dining, Rang Mahal focuses on lighter food with authentic Indian tastes, that is prepared passionately with the freshest ingredients and the finest repertoire of flavours and textures.
Singapore has a host of North-Indian restaurants that offer vegetarian fare in mid-range prices. Read on to find out more about 8 of our Favourites.
All you foodies out there, here’s your chance to sample a cusine that you won’t commonly find in Singapore – North-East Indian Cuisine. For those of you who might not know, Indian food varies greatly as you move accross regions and states. While North-East India still remains among the lesser explored regions of India, its cuisine is renowned for its strong flavours and colourful dishes.Read Now
Punjab Grill is as quintessentially North-Indian or Punjabi as it can get with lip smacking vegetarian treats. There is no way you can eat here just once as the place is sure to turn you into an ardent Punjabi food lover.
The Song of India is Southeast Asia’s only Indian restaurant to receive a Michelin Star. Check out their Sunday (Family) Brunch Buffet for fantastic and affordable Indian cuisine that is also vegetarian-friendly.