Quality Hotel Marlow
201 Balestier Road
Phone: (65) 63 559988
Fax: (65) 62 550998
201 Balestier Road, Singapore, SG, 329926
- Phone: (65) 63 559988
- Fax: (65) 62 550998
The French Stall is run by a two-star Michelin chef with about 15 years of experience. He uses only the freshest ingredients to prepare his meals. Here customers can savour haute cuisine without paying restaurant prices. Dishes include regular items such as fettuccine with basil and tomato and Duck àl'Orange. Also recommended is the chicken leg with mushroom sauce. In fact the sauce is a manifestation of the chef's masterful culinary skills.
Muthu's Curry Restaurant is an award-winning Indian restaurant located in the Little India neighborhood of Singapore. This restaurant has evolved from a small joint to one of the city's best known Indian restaurants. Decorated with beautiful Indian artwork, the ambiance at the place is charming and the seating is comfortable. The restaurant serves both North and South Indian cuisine and some of the dishes such as, Fish Head Curry, Kadai Fish, Masala Chicken, Chettinadu Pepper Chicken, Chicken 65, Murgh Pudina Kebab, Fish Tikka Ajwaini and Goan Fish Curry are an absolute must try here. Try out some mango kulfi for dessert, or opt for a wine or beer if you're not in the mood for anything sweet.
Spice Junction is a popular Indian restaurant located in Little India, Singapore. The restaurant has a calm and cozy ambiance, and the interiors have a South Indian touch to it. The menu spans cuisine of Goa and Kerala with a lot of seafood and rice based delicacies. Apart from the seafood and meat options, the vegetarian items are sumptuous as well. Some of the specialties are Malabar Fish Head Curry, Kappa and Fish Curry, Squid Garlic Pepper Fry, Mutton Coconut Fry, Tandoori Prawns and Idiappam and Stew. Veggies can opt for plain rice with kootu curry or vegetable korma. Round off your meal with a typical Keralite dessert like Parippu Payasam or phirni.
Chicken Rice is one of Singapore s ubiquitous dishes. No proud Singaporean eating establishment from the down-to-earth hawker centers to the more upmarket food courts is complete without at least one stall brandishing its own version of the Chicken Rice. And one of the best places to savor this dish is at Wee Nam Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice Restaurant. Now, do not let the rugged aesthetics of this eatery fool you. Positively lauded for its signature dish, this unpretentious restaurant lets the quality and taste of its food speak for itself. What you can truly expect is good food at relatively cheap prices and quick service.
Authentic North Indian Cuisine? At Jaggi, that would simply be stating the obvious! For gastronomic adventurers looking to experience "authentic" Indian cuisine, eat no further than at Jaggi's. In fact, the unassuming Mr. Jaggi himself will ring up your order and recommend dishes such as the Green Colored Chicken Tandoori Cutlets. Green courtesy of the coriander leaf - an authentic ingredient in many signature Indian dishes - in case you are wondering. And whatever your choice of dishes, make sure you eat them served with white rice mixed with green peas. The modest setting is not exactly an interior decorator's dream but at such reasonable prices, you will not mind.
Banana Leaf Apolo is an Indian restaurant located in the Little India neighborhood of Singapore. The restaurant specializes in mouth-watering South Indian cuisine, that is extremely popular amongst the locals and tourists. The interiors are quit ethnic with Indian artifacts and other designs made by Indian craftsman, that lends the place a very traditional charm. Try out the Fish Head Curry, Chicken Masala and the Dosai that are all served on a Banana Leaf here. These delicacies are quite spicy, so make sure to tell the chef to go easy on the chillies, if don't prefer very hot spicy food. The restaurant also undertakes catering orders and has an in-house function hall which is a decent venue for parties and functions.
The Bengal and Punjab regions of India are fierce in their pride of their distinctive cultural traditions, languages and dressing styles. One unique commonality? According to the proprietor of Mustard Restaurant, they are also "considered the states with the most advanced culinary cuisines". Additionally, the moniker is no creative thinking accident. The mustard plant is actually abundantly used in Bengali and Punjabi dishes, and Mustard Restaurant has cleverly taken advantage of these key features to offer a selection of Punjabi and Bengali dishes. The food verdict? Well considering this small and cozy eatery is still going strong after years in an ultra competitive Indian restaurants district, it is a great testament that the food can stand proudly amidst the heavyweights.
Komala Vilas is a vegetarian restaurant located in the Little India neighborhood of Singapore. Although the ambience and the seating may not be too fancy, rest assured the food served here will definitely make up for it. The restaurant specializes in both North and South Indian cuisine and is popular amongst those who have a weakness for Indian food in the city. Try out the Paper Dosai, Ghee Dosai, Tomato Uttappam and the Vegetarian Biryani here. If you get thirsty, try out the Badham Milk or the Lassi which are regional Indian drinks. Komala Vilas also serves some delicious Indian desserts such as Gulab Jamuns and Jalebis.
If you are salivating at the thought of ravishing famous South Indian dishes such as Chettinad Pepper Chicken or Shrimp Coconut Curry, then you can strike Madras New Woodlands Restaurant off your meal itinerary. However, if you are in need of some rehabilitation from a meat overdose or looking into adopting the clean living lifestyle of vegetarians, this is your top spot. Located in the quaint Little India district, this long standing traditional establishment serves South Indian vegetarian dishes such as Dosa, Prata, Uttapam, Puttu Mayam and Idli just to mention a few. Now the names may be foreign sounding but your taste buds will definitely recognize pleasure from the simple, unpretentious dishes.
Vegetarians and budget-travelers alike will love Komala’s Restaurant, a chain of casual Indian eateries serving meat-free meals at wallet-friendly prices. The first Komala’s opened in 1947 and over its 60-year history the restaurant has developed a reputation for delicious, high-quality Indian food like lentil curries, biriyani (spiced yellow rice), chili tofu, and dosai (savory crepes with assorted fillings). With its success, Komala’s has expanded into Western food and the menu now includes burgers and fries (with vegetarian patties, of course). The main Komala’s Restaurant is located in Little India, but there are nine other branches across Singapore and they even deliver.
Established in 1924, Andanda Bhavan is Singapore's longest running Indian vegetarian restaurant. Their recipes for South Indian favorites like thosai (savoury crepes), idli (rice cakes), chappati (flatbread), briyani (spiced rice) and vegetable curries have been perfected and draw a crowd for every meal of the day. Wash down the spicy food with fruit lassi (yogurt drink) or a steaming cup of masala tea. The setting is quite basic but people come for the cheap, tasty food, not the ambiance. Andanda Bhavan has expanded to four locations in Little India and also delivers.
Of Singapore’s numerous food centers, Newton Circus is best known for its fresh seafood--particularly the famous chili crab. Seat yourself at one of the al fresco tables then browse the 80+ food stalls selling grilled stingray, barbeque chicken wings, satay with peanut sauce, fried carrot cake, and other local delights. Some seafood stalls have a reputation for overcharging tourists, so confirm fresh seafood prices per 100 grams before ordering to avoid bill shock. Newton Circus is at its most lively after dark and this is also when you’ll find the greatest variety. To get there, take the MRT one stop from Orchard Road. -Tanya Procyshyn