There’s no time to lose. It’s time to sort your festive Deepavali feast with Oddle Eats‘ Diwali Specials! Indian food delivery? Count me in!
We’ve round up the hottest, latest, and spiciest restaurants for you to impress your guests at your next celebration. From the classic Chicken Tikka Masala to Briyanis and more, have a fantastic feast wherever you are with islandwide delivery.
1. Indian Express
Be prepared for one of the heartiest meals you will ever have. Indian Express is the new casual concept by 2019 Michelin Guide Restaurant, The Song of India. Indian Express prides itself in creating affordable dishes that utilize authentic herbs and the finest of ingredients. Ring in the Festival of Lights with their exclusive Diwali catering menu, which offers a myriad of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.
Titillate your taste buds with a Biryani Set ($18 per pax), an extensive meal featuring the signature Chicken Biryani. Also, don’t forget to share the celebratory love with those around you! Add on a specialty Kashmiri Lamb Rack ($14) or a Mixed Vegetarian Platter ($18). Savour the mouth-watering taste of delectable Indian cuisine by Indian Express without burning a huge hole in your pocket!
2. Indian Curry House
Deepavali celebrations are not complete without family, friends, and a heart-warming meal. Check the last box out with extensive and undeniably exquisite set meals from the unassuming Indian Curry House Bukit Timah. Founded over 10 years ago by three experienced food apprentices, this hole in the wall never fails to impress with authentic North Indian Tandoori Cuisine.
Give your loved ones the best and choose from four Diwali Dhamaka 2020 Special Menus. Tuck into both vegetarian and non-vegetarian specials included in the meals. Also opt from Veg Jalfrezi, Chicken Masala,and a basket of crispy Mixed Naan before ending off with a delicious Gulab Jamun. Add on individual specials such as Hara Bara Kebab (Veg) ($13.90) and Chicken Masala Tikka ($17.90). Remember to get your orders in 3 days in advance or miss out on the delightful spread!
3. Anglo Indian Cafe
I’m quite sure that picture got you as hungry as I am right now. Anglo Indian Cafe and Barwill pique your interest with an award-winning selection of dishes. The menu covers cuisine from the North to the coastal plains of India. Its food’s rich flavours are the perfect result of liberal use of yoghurt, coconut, almonds, and an assortment of Indian spices. SImply perfect for Deepavali.
Go for the Chicken Dum Biryani ($23) or Vegetable Dum Biryani ($19) in their bundle offers, made special through Dum Cooking, an age-old method of preparation. Boneless chicken pieces or seasonal vegetables and fragrant Basmati rice are sealed in an earthen pot, retaining its authentic flavours. Finish off the divine meal with a cold beer or a cooling Ras Malai ($9), a specialty cheese cake sprinkled with saffron and pistachio. Are you drooling already? I know I am.
The world’s first 100% plant-based burger joint jumps in on the Deepavali festivities this year. Only with an innovative creation based on the quintessential ingredient in Indian cooking—dhal.
VeganBurg’sNovember Special is the Curry Dhal Burger (from $13.90). And it certainly is one dish you won’t want to miss out on! The burger boasts a bold concoction of flavours and fresh plant-based ingredients topped with the highlight, slow-cooked Curry Dhal sauce. How yum.
Accompany this ingenious invention with more of their unique best-sellers. Choose from the Cracked Mayo Burger (from $8.90) and the Smoky BBQ Burger (from $11.90). Indulge in their wholesome and flavourful burgers right at the comfort of your doorstep! Join in on the global plant-based revolution today.
5. Tandoor Restaurant
Having clinched Wine & Dine’s Top Restaurants award and an exclusive feature on the Singapore Tatler’s Best Restaurant Guide, Tandoor prides itself on authentically prepared North Indian cuisine. Opened in 1985, the restaurant focuses on expertly handcrafted dishes. With its traditional methods of preparation, its food definitely fulfills the rich history of Indian cuisine.
Of course, no meal is complete without digging into signature North Indian desserts. Take the Gulab Jamun ($12), for one. Trust me, it’s worth it.
6. Rang Mahal
If you’re one to fancy a fine-dining treat, Rang Mahal is for you. Established in 1971, it is the only Indian restaurant to earn the name of Best Asian Restaurant by The Straits Times in 2017. Specialising in Indian fine dining with a modern twist, Rang Mahal serves cuisines from the northern, southern and coastal regions of India, prepared with only the freshest ingredients.
We’d definitely recommend the chef’s special Dhuwandaar Lamb Chops (from $40). The chops are first marinated with an intense spice blend. Thereafter, they are grilled to perfection in the tandoor with applewood smoke. The result? The chops are fall-off-the-bone tender with none of the gaminess of your usual lamb rack. Also, don’t miss out on their classic Chicken Tikka Masala ($30). Savour a delectable combination of Chicken Tikka tossed with onion masala and bell peppers, which sounds like an absolute delight on the palate. Want to treat yourself? Skip your regular biryani from Springleaf Prata and indulge in the ultra-upscale Saffron Murg Dhaba Biryani ($32) for an ultra-luxe meal.
7. Samy’s Curry Restaurant
Take the heat up a notch this Deepavali with various signature dishes from the acclaimed Samy’s Curry Restaurantat Dempsey, known for its exquisite variety of South Indian cuisine. The family-run establishment was founded by the late Mr. M. Veerasamy, who raised it up from humble beginnings to the local icon it is today.
Most locals would be familiar with their bestselling Samy’s Fish Head Curry (from S$22). The dish features a whole red snapper that’s laboriously simmered in a thick, punchy curry until the meat is perfectly tender. We’d also go for their Signature Masala Chicken (S$6.50 per piece), which is marinated for a spicy, tangy flavour.
Spanning all parts of the Indian sub-continent, Karu’s is known for specialties like Fish Head Curry (from $26) and Mutton Mysore (from $8.20). Using only the best quality spices sourced from India, the Fish Head Curry is perhaps the most authentic rendition you can find, with just enough spice to awaken your tastebuds. I guarantee you, they sure live up to their tagline “East or West, Taste is Best”! Have a try for yourself this Deepavali!
9. Punjab Grill
I’m sure we can all agree on this: there’s nothing like digging into a warm, hearty Biryani. And that’s exactly what you get with Punjab Grill. The menu offers an extensive range inspired by the gourmet metropolis of the Punjab region in India.
Indulge in a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, like the Nalli Gosht Biryani ($40), a luscious fall-off-the-bone lamb shank accompanied with saffron-hued basmati. Spoilt for choice? Have it all with Non-Veg Kebab Platter ($70). Each platter comes with a delectable combination of chicken, fish, and lamb kebabs. Everything on the platter is grilled to smoky perfection while retaining its moist, succulent mouthfeel.
10. Shahi Maharani
Who wouldn’t love to be treated like royalty? At Shahi Maharani, be prepared to eat like a king. Like the name which translates from Hindi to mean “Royal Queen”, each dish is prepared to perfection and filled with exquisite flavours of North India. And what better way to celebrate Deepavali than to feast like kings and queens?
Get an authentic taste of North Indian street snacks like Panipuri ($16), a popular street snack featuring mashed potato, chickpeas, and onion are stuffed in hollow crispy puris. Don’t miss out on their Tawa Jheenga ($40). A hearty house special, the dish features spiced tiger prawns seared carefully over a hot iron griddle.
11. Zaffron Kitchen
How AMAZING does that spread look? A multi-award winning restaurant listed in the Michelin Guide Singapore 2016-2019 Bib Gourmand, Zaffron Kitchen is here to impress.
Go for the Seekh Mutton Kebabs ($18), which is marinated in a mix of yogurt, garlic, coriander, garlic, and a host of other spices to create an intense, smoky flavor that complements the mutton. If you’re hosting a party at home, impress your guests with the Zaffron Tandoori Platter ($47). Cooked perfectly over an intense fire right in the Tandoor. If you’re not up for meats, then opt for their vast selection of vegetarian curries. Best coupled with some Tandoori Bread or even just a glass of wine!
12. Tiffin Room
Similar to the tiffin carrier that defines Indian meals, dining at Tiffin Room is a multi-layered experience. Indulge in their widespread of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options that come in generous portions.
Savour a selection of Mithai, Diwali specialty sweets, exclusively made by Tiffin Room’s Chef de Cuisine Kuldeep Negi. The Diwali Mithai Gift Box ($42) is available from now to 15 November 2020. Each box of 15 pieces comprises of 5 lovely flavours- Chickpea Flour Ladoo, Dates Sweet, Almond Candy, Cashew Nut Cranberry Candy, and Fig and Amaranth Sweet. Perfect for gifting family and friends with for the Deepavali festivities!
If you’re looking for something fuss-free, indulge in their selection of Lunch Bentos Boxes. Choose from the Butter Chicken Set ($19.90) or Lamb Chop Masala ($25.90). For Vegetarian choices, the Palak Paneer Set ($15.90) is the one for you. No matter the choice, Shamiana’s dishes will surely excite and delight your palate.
14. Mustard Restaurant
Get ready to be wow-ed by the first and only Bengali and Punjabi Restaurant in Singapore. Mustard Restaurantbrings the best from the region for your Deepavali feast. The restaurant uses a myriad of spices, plus a crucial ingredient in the Indian spice repository, Mustard.
Don’t miss out on their Chingri Maacher Malai Curry ($19.90)! Made of succulent prawns and coconut cream, topped with the holy trinity of spices: cinnamon, cloves and cardamom.
Pair your delectable curry with a warm pot of slightly spiced Kolkata Special Chicken Biryani ($16.90). Available with bones or boneless. To add a little spice, cross the Indian sub-continent and add some Punjabi dishes to the combination. Bring the “Pride of Punjab” straight to your table with a Murgh Makhani ($17.90), more commonly known as Butter Chicken.