An authentic North Indian feast? Yes, please.
Sure, we love a good steak and wine for date night, but Tandoor’s menu hits different. Newly reopening on 14 February 2023, this restaurant’s Valentine’s Day lineup is launching with a bang – think rich spices and time-honoured recipes that’ll make for a night to remember. As one of Singapore’s most-awarded Indian restaurants, we’d expect nothing less.
Located within Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, Tandoor is an elegant restaurant that’s laced with tradition. Subtle Indian motifs adorn the walls, with backlit panels featuring Jaali (a latticed screen that’s commonly used in Indian architecture), as well as Indian inlay mirrors setting the scene for an authentic North Indian feast. Keep scrolling for the highlights to savour!
Perk alert: from 17 to 26 February 2023, enjoy a complimentary bottle of house wine for every table of four diners during dinner.
Make Valentine’s Day an indulgent affair
Hop on Tandoor’s Valentine Gourmet Trail for a truly indulgent dining experience. Standout picks include murgh makhani, which are tandoori chicken tikkas cooked in fenugreek, created in custom-made copper tandoors (take a peek through the kitchen’s full-length windows!). And don’t miss kacche aam ki sabzi, the chef’s unique take on a mango curry (from India’s Mangalore region) that is tart and spicy.
Pair your mains with comforting broths like zafrani murgh badam ka shorba, an aromatic chicken soup with saffron and almonds; as well as kebabs with chicken, prawns, lamb chop and more to choose from. Check out the menu for further details and snag your table for Valentine’s Day, stat.
Spice up your Sundays a delectable buffet
Romantic dinners aside, Sundays are fundays at Tandoor with the restaurant’s incredible buffet spread. Not sure where to begin? Here are some highlights to fill up your plate: bhatti murgh, a crowd-favourite tandoori chicken; samudri malai jingha, chargrilled lobster marinated with spices and cheesy garlic; and chana masala, a Punjabi chickpea curry with pomegranate.
Round up the meal with your pick of traditional biryanis (vegetable, chicken or mutton) and naans (choose from plain, butter or garlic naan) to polish off all the curries. End on a sweet note with desserts like kulfi, a handmade Indian ice cream; gulab jamun, a traditional dessert made with grated carrots and milk; rose and cardamom panna cotta, and other decadent treats.
Now, if you’re up for a North Indian feast, you know where to go.
Tandoor, Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, 11 Cavenagh Road, Singapore 229616
This post is in partnership with Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre.