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The Song of India

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The Song of India

Time Out says

Chef Manjunath Mural has created a show-stopping pan-Indian meal in a charming Scotts Road black-and-white bungalow. On the menu, which criss-crosses the sub-continent’s regional cuisines, you’ll find melt-in-the-mouth Keralan-spiced lamb shanks, tandoori prawns bathed in a pomegranate marinade, and the Lucknavi classic of Gilawat kebabs: pan-seared ground lamb patties perfumed by cardamom, ground rose petals and raw papaya.

You'll find more innovative dishes in the eight set menus – both vegetarian and non-vegetarian – offered ($49-$149). Billed as a 'duet from chef and sommelier', the Jugal Bandi set ($149) pairs plates such as lemon chilli lobster in Kerala moily sauce and tandoori lamb chops with stir-fried asparagus and edamame with wines the likes of Chateau Cadillac Lesgourgues 2007.


33 Scotts Road
6836 0055
Opening hours:
Daily noon-3pm, 6-11pm
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