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Singapore - Little India

This lovely eatery serves fabulous French cuisine in a simple, unpretentious environment and at a very good price...
Delhi restaurant has long become a Little India institution, serving lovely North Indian fare in a nice environment and at very reasonable prices...
This small and popular chain started its way more than 70 years ago and claims for the title of 'Singapore's oldest existing vegetarian restaurant'... The food here is delicious and the menu is quite diversified, presenting a wide range of vegetarian delicacies from all over the Indian subcontinent...
This nice and unpretentious restaurant serves good North Indian cuisine at a fair price and in a simple, no frills environment.
Mustard is one of only a few restaurants, specializing in the cuisine of the state of Bengal, in Northeast India. The Bengali cuisine is known for its seafood and rice based dishes, as well as for its freshwater fish delicacies. In addition to Bengalese specialties, the menu also features a wide selection of familiar North Indian favorites...
Kulfi, the Indian version of ice cream, is a rich and luscious dessert... For those of you who hang about Little India and want to have a try of this lovely sweet treat, Kulfi Bar is one of the best places to go to... They also have some unique Indian teas and a shop, selling Indian paraphernalia...
Housed in a beautifully restored colonial building, this charming little restaurant is the project of three artists who decided to serve 'artistic' vegetarian food that is both delicious and reasonably priced...
There is nothing too special about the interior décor, or the ambience of this humble restaurant, but the food is delicious and homey (South Indian coastal cuisine), the menu is diversified, and the prices are good... and that is all that matters...
Located on Little India's Madras street, just behind Tekka Centre, this hidden gem specializes in healthy vegetarian food and proves, once again, it can be delicious and inventive just as much as meat...
Funky Bombay Café xpress makes one of the best choices for an inexpensive Indian Vegetarian meal around Suntec City Mall and its environs.
This lovely and unpretentious restaurant serves a wide variety of scrumptious South-Indian delicacies, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian, in a pleasant environment and at a good price. Their recently opened 'Sakunthala's Food Palace' has a very extensive menu that has something for everyone...
This humble eatery serves a variety of spicy curries, together with fresh and scrumptious chapattis (for which the eatery is so popular).
The popular Banana Leaf Apolo has been serving great Indian fare since 1974 and is now operating through two outlets in Little India. Other than that they serve most of their dishes on banana leafs, they offer a great plethora of both north and south Indian specialties, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian, so almost everyone can find something he likes.
Housed in an old shophouse along Serangoon Road, small and unpretentious Komala Vilas has been serving delightful South Indian Vegetarian dishes for more than 60 years, including a variety of Thali and some particularly nice "Thosai" (Dosa - A rolled crispy crêpe, stuffed with various fillings)
This small corner shop sells some of the best (and biggest) vegetarian Dosas in Singapore...
Muthu's has been serving some of the best Fish Curry Head in Singapore for the last almost 40 years, alongside a wide range of both South Indian and North Indian specialties...
This humble food-stall prepares some delicious Hakka specialties and is particularly known for its Soon Kueh : steamed Chinese dumpling, with rich stuffing of mushrooms, dried shrimps, beancurd, mince meat and what not...
Allauddin's Briyani is a landmark in Singapore's culinary scene... For more than 30 years, this humble outlet has been serving some of the best South-Indian Briyanis around this area.
This tiny outlet serves a great variety of scrumptious Chinese delicacies and makes a perfect snack-break for those who hang around the northern part of Little India (near the temple of 1000 lights).
This unpretentious eatery serves some lovely Fujianese cuisine, and specializes in the cooking style of Putian: an area in East Fujian, just south of Fuzhou...
The state of Andhra Pradesh, in Southeast India, has a reputation for having the spiciest of India's cuisines. Liberal use of exotic spices results in plenty of rich and aromatic dishes... Tangy chutneys and pickles, flavorful curries and plenty of lamb dishes (thanks to the Muslim influence) are dominating the scene...