$13.80 for Executive Set Lunch (Worth $28.25) or $22 for $50 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Tandoor North Indian Restaurant
- Veteran in Singapore Indian Food Scene
- Great food at affordable prices
- Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian Options
- Limited Groupons available
- Executive Set Lunch
- Ala Carte Lunch/Dinner
Valid 3 months. Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Reservation required. Unlimited Groupons per bill. Valid for dine in only. Not valid with other promotions and discounts. Not valid on Sundays, eve of and on PH.
For Ala Carte option, not valid for alcoholic drinks, buffet and set meals.
Call 6730 0153 for reservation.
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A lifetime's still too little thyme to try the various spices and flavours that Tandoor North Indian Restaurant has to offer. A veteran in the Singapore Indian Food Scene since 1985, the restaurant has been whipping up great-tasting, authentic North Indian cuisine at affordable prices. Indulge in their Executive Set Lunch, consisting of:
- Appetizer: Smoked Tomato Shorba (a light soup made with extract of tomatoes infused with smoky flavours of cloves and bay leaves)
- Choice of main: Briyani (vegetable/chicken/fish) served with Bhatti Murgh (Tandoori Chicken), Mahi Rai (cod fillet marinated and cooked in tandoor), or Paneer ka Soola (cottage cheese marinated and grilled in Tandoor grill)
- Dessert: Choice of Ice Cream
- Complimentary soft drink
Sate any further cravings for Indian cuisine with a further option of $22 for $50 worth of food and drinks at Tandoor North Indian Restaurant, valid for ala carte lunch and dinner (no buffet/set meals/alcoholic drinks).
Daily 12noon-2.30pm, 7pm-10.30pm
"The Tandoor at Holiday Inn Park View is quite a culinary gem. It serves North Indian cuisine and has been a force in the Indian food scene here since 1985. Younger prettier restaurants have emerged and stolen the thunder from it, but that may change soon. Tandoor has undergone the equivalent of a botox shot - there are new colours on the cushions, walls and table cloths." - Yeoh Wee Teck, AsiaOne Review
"After being around for almost 25 years, the good-old Tandoor has long become one of the icons of Indian culinary in Singapore. It's not the what but the how that gave this restaurant its reputation, which means that while the menu features the usual shebang of North Indian favorites, similar to what you'll find on menus of many other restaurants in town, the food itself is constantly delicious, flavorful and aromatic, and that is the whole story of this place, in a nutshell." - Metropolasia Review