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Thevar
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Restaurants and eateries offering Indian food delivery in Singapore

Add some spice to your stay-home life

By Fabian Loo
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They say that variety’s the spice of life. But truth be told, there’s nothing quite as colourful as Indian cuisine jam-packed with aromatic spices and sweat-inducing heat. If you’re tired of the everyday stay-home humdrum, bring the heat with some added spice to your meals from these Indian restaurants that deliver sumptuous feasts.

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Rang Mahal
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Rang Mahal

Restaurants Indian City Hall

Luxed up Indian street eats are the name of the game at Rang Mahal. You’ll find tandoor-grilled seabass ($27) marinated with carrot seeds and yoghurt, chilli cheese kulzza ($14) topped with green chillies and bell peppers, and Rang Mahal’s signature samosas ($14) stuffed with aromatic herbs and spices. To making choosing a little easier, there’s a chaat and curry set ($25) to choose from, or feast on The Full Meal ($45) which comes with your choice of starter, kebab, and curry. And to top it all off, throw in a bottle of chardonnay ($55) from the online store to temper the heat. Key in the promo code ‘YAY20’ to enjoy 20 percent off your total purchase. 

Minimum order $50
Delivery fee $10, free for orders above $100
Order here rangmahal.oddle.me/en_SG

Thevar
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Thevar

Restaurants Indian Raffles Place

Inspired by his travels around South Asia, his Penang heritage, and his time working in Singapore, chef Murugan Thevar has come up with a contemporary take on Indian plates. Try the Iberico pork chop ($39) that comes glazed with sweet Medjool dates and tamarind, or get the veal bone marrow fried rice ($33). Then, round off the meal with unique treats of masala caramel tart ($10) or cardamon and ginger chai doughnuts ($8). Can’t decide? Set meals (from $68) and lunch sets ($40) are the best ways to sample the variety of the restaurant’s dishes.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $10, free for orders above $180
Order here iorder.aptsys.com.sg/120/715/menu

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Lagnaa Barefoot Dining
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Lagnaa Barefoot Dining

Restaurants Indian Rochor

So you think you can handle your spice? Lagnaa’s famed spicy challenge still lives during this stay-home period in its virtual Chilli Challenge Full Moon Party. You’ll need to start from Level 1 ($37), and work your way up before being able to participate in its invite-only challenges. Winners can join the restaurant’s wall of fame and win bragging rights. Not a fan of spice? Don’t worry. The restaurant also has a menu filled with well-loved dishes of Chicken 65 ($12), chicken korma ($28), and thread fin fish curry ($28). 

Minimum order $35
Delivery fee $5, free for orders above $60
Order here order.lagnaa.com/#/

Mr Biryani Kampong Chicken Biryani
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Mr Biryani

Restaurants Indian Rochor

If there’s one thing you should definitely order from this store, make it the biryani. The restaurant specialises in Hyderabadi dhum biryani, a regional cooking method of slow-cooking spiced meats together with par-boiled rice. Try its flavourful creation in the signature Hyderabad Chicken Dhum Biryani ($10), where spice-marinated chicken is cooked together with fragrant basmati rice, or sample variants that come cooked with Kampong chicken ($14), lamb rack ($16), and lamb shank ($20). Set meals for two ($30) or four ($60) are also available. 

Minimum order $30 
Delivery fee $10, free for orders above $60 
Order here order.mrbiryanisg.com/#/

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Zaffron Kitchen
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Zaffron Kitchen

Restaurants Indian Marine Parade

When it comes to Indian cuisine, most would already be familiar with Bib Gourmand-listed Zaffron Kitchen. Its reliable menu consists of flavourful curries that range from butter chicken ($18) and mutton masala ($18.50) to Goan fish curry ($18). Throw in some sides of aloo gobi masala ($15) and palek paneer ($15.50), then mop it all up with freshly made naan that can come plain ($4.70), or toasted with garlic ($5.70) and gooey cheese ($6.70). Meats cooked in the tandoor and spice-scented biryani can also be found on the menu. 

Minimum order $50
Delivery fee $5
Order here zaffronkitchen.oddle.me/en_SG

Chop Chop Briyani and Meats
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Chop Chop Biryani and Meats

Restaurants Hawker Raffles Place

Have you tried pork biryani? You’ll find this unusual-sounding dish at Chop Chop Briyani and Meats, a hawker stall located within Amoy Food Centre that puts a fresh spin on traditional Indian flavours. On its special 'circuit breaker' menu is the signature pork masala set ($5.50), which comes with sides of masala cauliflower, soft-boiled egg, and spiced cauliflower, or try the Tornado OmuRice ($6) where basmati tomato rice is cooked with chicken, then topped with ‘tornado’ omelette and chicken gravy.

Minimum order $15
Delivery fee From $3, free for orders above $50
Order here Browse the full menu on its Facebook page, then fill up its online ordering form here

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Mustard
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Mustard

Restaurants Indian Rochor

For an introduction to Bengali food, try Mustard. Here, you’ll find mustard oil and paste-laced dishes from the coastal state of Bengal. If you’re unsure on what to get, the chingri maacher malai curry ($19.90), or coconut curried prawns, won’t disappoint. There’s also the murgh makhani ($17.90) where chicken is cooked in a tomato-butter sauce, and tawa jhinga ($12.90) which comes with prawns cooked in an aromatic herb marinate.

Minimum order $50
Delivery fee $20
Order here mustardrestaurant.oddle.me/en_SG

Ananda Bhavan
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Ananda Bhavan

Restaurants Indian Rochor

Ananda Bhavan holds the honour of being one of Singapore’s oldest Indian vegetarian restaurant. What started out as an eatery along Selegie Road in 1924 has now expanded to five different outlets that still provide the same quality of food. From its delivery menu, you’ll find thosai made with cheese ($7) and onions ($5.50), alongside briyani sets ($9.50) and snacks of vadai ($1.60) and appam ($5). 

Minimum order $20
Delivery fee Varies according to your location 
Order here anandabhavan.com/order-online/home-delivery

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Shahi Maharani
Photograph: Shahi Maharani

Shahi Maharani

Restaurants Indian City Hall

Tuck into a meal fit for a king at Shahi Maharani. The grand feast (‘Shahi’ means royal in Hindi) can come in its bento meal, where biryani of your choice is served with kebab and sides of cucumber raita ($16), or go big with The Royal Feast ($22) that’s served with mini vegetable samosas, dhal, rice, and your choice of mains. There’s also the option to order from its a la carte selection that features a colourful range of naan, aromatic grilled meats, and gravies rich with cream and spices. 

Minimum order $40
Delivery fee From $8, free for orders above $00 
Order here WhatsApp 8564 7012, or browse the full menu on its website

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