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Indian Restaurants in Sentosa

Royal Taj, Oasis Spice Café, Colony, Anglo Indian Cafe & Bar, Aromas of India, Gayatri Restaurant, The Courtyard, Samy's Curry and Many more.

Head over for a meal at one of the Indian Restaurants in Sentosa when you wish to satiate your cravings for lip-smacking Indian delicacies. You can indulge in some of the most authentic tasting Indian dishes in one of the many Indian restaurants located in Sentosa Island. From snacks and street food, to north Indian, south Indian as well as Indian desserts, you can find it all in the restaurants scattered around Sentosa, in addition to enjoying the typical vibrant ambience and cosy settings that Indian restaurants are known for.

You can also find many Indian Restaurants in Sentosa, such as Shivan Restaurant and the greenleaf Cafe where you can tuck in to fusion Indian dishes, along with pure vegetarian and vegan options. While you can find mouth-watering main course dishes like biryani, butter chicken and fish with naan in restaurants like Royal Taj and Oasis Spice Cafe, you can also indulge in delicious Indian desserts like gulab jamun, jalebis, rabri and more here. Some of the best Indian restaurants that you can find in Sentosa are Aromas of India, The Courtyard, Annalakshmi Restaurant and more.

Here are some of the best Indian restaurants in Sentosa:-

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Royal Taj

The Royal Taj restaurant is one of the best Indian Restaurants in Sentosa. Located at Mess Hall, this restaurant is relatively new in the region, and is particularly known for its elegant contemporary interiors. It is at Royal Taj where you can tuck in to traditional Indian dishes, interweaved with modern techniques of cooking.

From delicious Indian curry dishes and tandoori kebabs, to biryanis and more, Royal Taj is definitely a place to check out. The restaurant also boasts of amazing buffets, a la carte options, as well as an extensive selection of wines, spirit-based cocktails, single malts and more.

Location: 2, block 16 Gunner Ln, 02-06 Singapore Mess Hall, Singapore 099567

What to Eat:
Delhi La Chaat, Pani Puri Shots, Murgh Lasooni Kebab, Lamb Rogan Josh, Saffron Pulao, Royal Taj Butter Chicken, Malai Kofta Noorani

Opening Hours:
12:00 p.m. to 03:00 p.m.; 06:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

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Oasis Spice Café

The Oasis Spice Café is located inside the popular Universal Studios in Sentosa. Known around Sentosa for its wide array of Indian dishes, along with other cuisines, Oasis Spice Café is one of the most popular places to tuck in to world-famous Indian delicacies, especially those that contain succulent meat and a variety of spices.

The café is also great for those who prefer vegan or halal food options. Your experience here will become even better because of the café’s lively ambience, and the helpful Indian staff. 

30 Sentosa Gateway, Universal Studios Singapore, Sentosa Island, 098140, Singapore 098269 

What to Eat:
Mutton Masala Biryani, Butter Chicken Biryani, Masala Chai, Samosa, Vegetarian Biryani, Garlic Naan 

Opening Hours:
11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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Another one of the famous Indian Restaurants in Sentosa is Colony. Famous for its breakfast and lunch, you can also enjoy high-tea and dinner buffets here. Ranking amongst the top choices for Indian food in Sentosa, the Colony Restaurant also offers several Indian desserts and bakery items, along with a wide array of fusion, tandoori and grilled Indian delicacies.

 The British-colonial era décor and interiors of the restaurant only add to the dining experience here. You can also enjoy a variety of unique cocktails, such as Bengal Brew and the Governor’s Invitation here. 

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, 7 Raffles Avenue, 039799 Singapore 

What to Eat:
Grilled Seafood, Kebabs, Tandoori Spatchcock, Nihari Lamb Masala, Vegetarian Platter, Coconut Prawn, Cherry Chocolate Tart 

Opening Hours:
06:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.; 12:30 p.m. to 02:30 p.m.; 06:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. (Monday to Saturday); 06:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.; 12:30 p.m. to 03:30 p.m.; 06:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. (Sunday)

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Anglo Indian Cafe & Bar

Located in the heart of One Shenton Way is the Anglo-Indian Café and Bar, perfect for a casual dining experience, where you can enjoy your favourite Indian dishes in a lively and warm ambience with your friends and family. Offering a wide range of some of the most popular dishes in the Indian cuisine,

 this restaurant uses the freshest locally sourced ingredients to suit the guests’ palates, thereby satiating your Indian food craving. It is also a good place if you wish to try some fusion Indian cuisine, with Anglo Indian influences. 

1 Shenton Way, #01-08, Singapore 068803

What to Eat:
Anglo Specialty Tandoori Chicken, Lamb Seekh Kebab, Paneer Tikka, Chicken Jalfrezi, Tomato Shorba, Bombay Potatoes, Ragra Mutton

Opening Hours:
11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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Lau Pa Sat

Lau Pa Sat, also known as the Telok Ayer Market, is home to some of the best Indian Restaurants in Sentosa. This historic building dates back to the early 1800s, and doubles up as a hawker centre, where you can shop for a variety of things, while also indulging in delicious Indian food of all kinds.

 It is a foodie’s paradise, where you can find a variety of Indian dishes, from chole bhature, and delicious curries, to kebabs, Indian sweets and a lot more. Some of the most popular Indian food stalls at Lau Pa Sat are the Indian Classic Cuisine, Indian Curry House, Biryani Point, Delhi Express Indian Cuisine and more.

Location: 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582

What to Eat: Chicken Dum Biryani, Butter Chicken, Naan, Jalebi, Lassi

Opening Hours: Open 24 hours 

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The Curry Culture

A relatively smaller Indian restaurant and eatery, The Curry Culture is the best place in Sentosa to try a wide variety of Indian curries, from mutton and lamb curries, to thick vegetarian gravies, all accompanied with freshly made naan, rotis and more.

Known primarily for delicious north Indian meat dishes and south Indian spicy gravies, this restaurant also has minimal décor, with basic wooden furniture and cosy seating arrangements. Another highlight of your visit here would be the interaction with the friendly and warm staff, who are not only very courteous, but also ensure that the food caters to your palate.

Location: 31 Cuppage Road, Cuppage Terrace, Singapore 229457

What to Eat: Raita, Papadums, Malabar Fish Curry, Tandoori Platter, Chicken Tikka, Garlic Naan, Grilled Chicken with Cheese

Opening Hours: 12:00 p.m. to 02:30 p.m.; 05:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

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RAS The Essence of India

Located in Clark Quay, RAS – The Essence of India, is one of the best Indian restaurants to enjoy a delectable meal. Very different from the standard Indian curry house, this restaurant offers a wide range of dishes from different parts of India, complete with lesser-known specialties, such as Amritsari Fish, Kachhi Mirchi and more.

The availability of an extensive wine selection to pair with your dishes adds to the entire fine dining experience here. Looking for vegetarian options? RAS has those as well, all of which you can enjoy while soaking in stunning views of the city skyline and the surrounding vibrant nightlife.

Location: Block 3D, River Valley Road, # 01-05A, Clarke Quay, 179023 Singapore 

What to Eat:
Tandoori Jhinga, Gilafi Kebab, Tandoori Gobi, Bharwa Mushroom, Chakori Kebab, Gulab Jamun, Lamb Vindaloo

Opening Hours:
12:00 p.m. to 02:30 p.m.; 06:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

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Shivam Restaurant

Shivam Restaurant is amongst the most popular vegetarian Indian Restaurants in Sentosa, famous for its north Indian, Gujarati and indo-Chinese dishes, in addition to several Indian chaat and street food options. Their menu is not only extensive, but they also maintain top notch levels of hygiene and ensure that their food is fresh and delicious.

One of the highlights of this restaurant is that you can find some things that are not served in any other Indian restaurants in all of Singapore.

Location: 87 Syed Alwi Rd, Singapore 207666

What to Eat: Punjabi Thali, Pav Bhaji, Chole Bhature, Pani Puri, Samosa, Masala Papad, Hara Bhara Kebab

Opening Hours: 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

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Greenleaf Café

Looking for pure vegetarian Indian Restaurants in Sentosa? Visit the Greenleaf Café, known for using the freshest ingredients to make some of the most delicious vegetarian Indian dishes from the south. Boasting of a family-friendly and casual atmosphere, accompanied with excellent and prompt service, this place is definitely one to visit.

It is here, at Greenleaf Café, where you can indulge in a wide range of delicious traditional South Indian dishes, from the popular Idli and dosa, to Pongal, tamarind rice, lemon rice and more, including different chutneys, buttermilk and other popular beverages. You can also go for a full thali meal, which typically consists of as many as 50 to 55 items from their menu.

Location:  43 Cuff Rd, Singapore 209753

What to Eat: Banana Flower Cake, Rice Payasam, Rasam, Curd Rice, Rava Dosa, Koozh, Tamarind Rice, Filter Coffee

Opening Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 

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Aromas of India

Head over to Aromas of India, which ranks amongst the most popular Indian Restaurants in Sentosa. It is here where you can enjoy the rustic flavours of Indian cuisine, especially the tandoors of North India. The restaurant boasts of specially curated menus on different days of the week, and also includes a variety of soups with an Indian touch.

 Besides that, you can also tuck in to signature north Indian dishes, including meat curries, different breads, beverages as well as desserts. Aromas of India is also known as one of the best places to enjoy a high-tea in all of Singapore.

Location: 60 Race Course Rd, Singapore 218567

What to Eat: Tandoori Chicken, Chicken Tikka, Paneer Butter Masala, Tomato Garlic Soup, Mango Lassi, Butter Chicken, Mutton Biryani

Opening Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 

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Gayatri Restaurant

Another crowd favourite South Indian Restaurants in Sentosa is the Gayatri Restaurant, offering a wide range of dishes that are made using delicious Indian spices and cater to everyone’s palates. The restaurant guarantees to transport you back to your Indian roots and remind you of your mother’s cooking with its food.

 With a family-friendly ambience, and chefs from India, the restaurant serves south Indian as well as north Indian food, and is also one of the oldest banana leaf establishments in the region. A highlight here is the meal being served on a banana leaf.

Location: 122 Race Course Rd, #01-01, Singapore 218583

What to Eat: Samosa, Lamb Dum Biryani, Angoli Fry, Tandoori Platter, Bhindi Masala, Onion Rava Dosa, Appam

Opening Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 

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Samy's Curry

Samy’s Curry is amongst the best Indian Restaurants in Sentosa, famous in the region for its authentic Indian flavours and the serving of food on banana leaves. Dating back to the 1950s, it also serves the best curries in town, thereby staying true to its name. In addition to a lively ambience and friendly staff, this place also offers dishes at incredibly affordable rates.

 Additionally, you can choose to sit in the cool air-conditioned interiors or the open veranda, if you want to enjoy the hustle and bustle of the outdoors.

Location: 25 Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249670

What to Eat: Butter Chicken, Mysore Mutton, Masala Chicken, Fish Head Curry, Fish Cutlet, Chicken Tikka, Curry Mutton

Opening Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m.; 06:00 to 11:00 p.m. (Monday, Wednesday to Sunday)

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The Courtyard

Located in the Fullerton Hotel is The Courtyard, one of the top Indian Restaurants in Sentosa. Boasting of a lively setting and top-notch service, this restaurant is perfect for a leisure dining experience, where you can enjoy a delicious Indian meal, complete with a variety of savoury as well as sweet dishes.

What makes this restaurant even better is the ever-evolving menu, that changes with seasons and events, and includes dishes that are made using the finest and freshest ingredients, sourced locally as well as from India and other places around the world.

Location: 1 Fullerton Square, The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore 049178

What to Eat: Butter Naan, Butter Chicken, Chicken Tikka

Opening Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.

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Bones 'n Barrels

For a lip-smacking Indian meal, visit Bones ‘n Barrels, located on the Sentosa boardwalk, and amidst the top Indian Restaurants in Sentosa. It is here where you can enjoy scenic views of the cable cars, all the while tucking in to your delicious food.

 Boasting of a diverse menu, the restaurant is particularly known for its Indian dishes, ranging from juicy kebabs and mint chutney to dishes from the tandoor, all of which are accompanied by a beer of your choice. Don’t forget to try their Indian seafood options, which are a crowd favourite here.

Location: 6 Sentosa Gateway #01-05/06/07, Singapore 098072

What to Eat: Paneer Saagwala, Butter Chicken Masala, Draft Beer

Opening Hours: 04:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. 

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Annalakshmi Restaurant

Amongst the oldest Indian Restaurants in Sentosa, the Annalakshmi Restaurant is known for its unique Indian buffets, where you can eat all you want, for any amount that you wish to pay. The buffets here are completely vegetarian, and may consist of a variety of dishes, from poori bhaji and appams, to biryani, vegetable curry and other Indian homestyle dishes.

You can typically find North as well as South Indian food here, and the menu tends to be different according to certain festivals and events.

Location: 20 Havelock Road, #01-04, Central Square, Singapore 059765

What to Eat: Sweet Lassi, Masala Uttapam, Medu Vada, Dosa, Rasam, Vegetable Stew, Jeera Aloo, Butter Naan

Opening Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m.; 06:00 p.m. to 09:30 p.m. 

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  1. Which are the famous vegetarian Indian restaurants in Sentosa Island?

    1. Ananda Bhavan: Ananda Bhavan is one of the most famous vegetarian Indian Restaurants in Sentosa, in addition to being the oldest establishments in the region. With multiple branches around Singapore, the one in Sentosa is particularly known for its biryani set meals, consisting of vegetarian biryani, kurma, raita and other delicacies.

    2. Annalakshmi: 
    Offering a unique vegetarian Indian buffet, Annalakshmi has a great concept, wherein you can eat as much as you want, for whatever you wish to pay. It is also amongst the top Indian Restaurants in Sentosa. From north Indian dishes like naan and poori bhaji, to south Indian meals like curd rice, vegetable stew and appam, you can indulge in whatever you like here.

    3. Kailash Parbat Restaurant: 
    Another one of the popular Indian Restaurants in Sentosa serving vegetarian food is the Kailash Parbat Restaurant, where you can indulge in north Indian dishes like pav bhaji, along with various types of chaat and street foods options like chole bhature.

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  2. Which are the best seafood restaurants in Sentosa Island?

    1. Tanjong Beach Club: When looking for the best seafood in Sentosa, the Tanjong Beach Club is the best place to be. In addition to its location which is right on the beach, to a variety of the freshest seafood, the restaurant is also known for dishes like smoked octopus, cracked Maine lobster, crispy skin barramundi and more.

    2. Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House: 
    Another top seafood restaurant in Sentosa Island is the Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House, where you will be spoilt for choice. From crispy fried salmon skin coated with salted egg yolk and lime zest, to fried squid tentacles, chill crab, and other delicacies, this place offers some of the most unique seafood items in the region.

    3. Oasis Steak and Seafood Grill: 
    The Oasis Steak and Seafood Grill is a Michelin star restaurant, where you can indulge in a fine dining seafood affair. Some of the notable items on the menu here include broiled glacier 51 toothfish, grilled seafood platter, etc.

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  3. What are the best things to do in Sentosa Island?

    1. Spend the day at Universal StudiosIn addition to being home to some of the most popular Indian Restaurants in Sentosa, Universal Studios also boasts of countless shows, themed sections, cool rides and more, and is a great place to spend a fun-filled day with your near and dear ones.

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    2. Catch sights of marine life from up close at S.E.A. Aquarium: When visiting Sentosa Island, one of the best things to do is to visit the SEA Aquarium, where you can catch sights of over 100,000 marine creatures and animals in their unique habitats. It is one of the largest aquariums in the world, and boasts of many tunnels, touch tanks, as well as under-the-floor glass tanks, along with sights of sharks, octopuses, white and blue crabs, and a variety of sea creatures from up close.

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    3. Relax and unwind at the beaches:
    Sentosa Island is home to several beaches, including the popular Palawan Beach. And one of the best things to do on this island is to visit a beach and simply relax here. From Palawan Beach to Siloso Beach or Tanjong Beach, you can unwind here, enjoy soaking under the sun, sip on mocktails and cocktails, or even take relaxing strolls by the seashore at these beaches.

    4. Learn about the region’s history at Fort Siloso:
    When in Sentosa, visit the historical Fort Siloso and learn about the rich and interesting history of this island as well as that of Singapore. Being the only surviving coastal fort of Singapore, Fort Siloso is home to rooms with historical artefacts, information about the Singapore-Japan War, scenic trails and more, and also offers stunning views of the Sentosa Island.

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  4. What is Sentosa Island famous for?

    Sentosa Island is one of the most famous islands in Singapore, and is popularly known for being home to one of the largest oceanariums in the world, the S.E.A. Aquarium, which houses more than 100,000 marine creatures of over 800 different species. Besides that, the island is famous for its themed attractions like the Universal Studios, sun-washed beaches like Palawan beach, dense rainforests, and luxury resorts. 

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  5. What is the best time to visit Sentosa Island?

    The best time to visit Sentosa Island is between the months of October to April. The island tends to experience consistent temperatures all around the year, which varies between 24 to 32 degrees Celsius.
    However, it is during these months that there is little to no rainfall in the island, thereby making it appropriate to enjoy sightseeing, adventure activities and more here.

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