Tandoori Restaurant

Wan Teng aka Peanut (sis) was craving for Indian food. So i google searching for nice reviews on any indian restaurant in town. We are not a fan to indian cuisine thus little research need to be done before we choose the right one to try.

On another hand, Peanut is pregnant for second child. Thus, explain to her craving on Indian food. We decided to try Tandoori Restaurant at Serangoon Plaza. It is a walking distance from exit H from Farrer Park MRT station.

Tandoori Chicken (Quarter) S$9.90

Spring chicken marinate with the spices and cream and grilled in clay oven. Thus explain the fragrance of the tandoori chicken when it is served. The outer layer of the chicken was nicely grilled and the texture of the meat is tender and smooth. I don't really like the taste of the green sauce. So i prefer the original taste of the chicken.

Cheese Naan S$5.50 per pc (slice into 4 pieces). It is home-made cheese and mozzarella cheese stuffed in the bread. You can taste the strong taste of the cheese. I am not a cheese lover so i don't really enjoyed it. But my friend tasted it and love it instantly.
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Garlic Naan S$ 3.50 (Slice into 2 pieces). Leavened bread with garlic which i personally love it very much.

Naan is best to go with butter chicken. Butter Chicken S$ 17.00.
The butter chicken is marinated chicken cooked in thick, rich, creamy gravy.
Superb taste! It is not spicy at all. Not to mention the texture of the chicken. It is tender and chewy to enjoy. However, the price is quite pricey for the portion given.


Tandoori Restaurant
320, Serangoon Road #01-26/27/28
62942232, 62936072
Ceejay Singh 96721090
8am -11am Indian Buffet Breakfast $5 per head
11am-11.30pm daily for ala-carte meals

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