Taste of India Food Collage

A taste from all over India

If you are looking to try Indian cuisine from both the north and south of India as well as Chinese-Indian fusion food such as the Gobi Manchurian dish, Taste of India is the one stop restaurant for you. Almost at the doorstop of Farrer Park MRT station exit B (just cross the road and you’re there at 77 Rangoon Road), Taste of India does justice to its name.

 

The selection of pan-Indian food is one of the best that you can find in Singapore.

 

For starters, we had the Chicken 65. It came piping hot with a wedge of lime. I love Chicken 65. At most places it can be a hit or a miss. Especially if they had fried the chicken pieces till they had become dry and chewy. At Taste of India, you can tell that the chicken pieces have been marinated for some time as I was able to taste the spices seeped into the meat.

 

The Chicken 65 was also fried to crisp while retaining the moisture. I could not stop. The bite size pieces were addictive. My only regret was not to have had an ice-cold beer to accompany the chicken. Definitely a good choice as a starter.

 

We also had the mutton which was very tender. It was cooked in a think onion gravy and went really well with the naan and the rice.

 

The fried fish was very fresh and the flesh was sweet. The spices used were not too overpowering. It was just nice, bringing out the natural sweetness of the flesh.

 

For the vegetables we had the Gobi Manchurian, I loved the way the cauliflower was cooked to perfection. Not mushy and the sauce was not too sweet too.

 

The naan was fluffy and was great for mopping up all the mutton gravy.

 

I would recommend Taste of India if you are looking to try out a smorgasbord of Indian food from different parts of the country. The food tasted authentic, and I truly felt like I was transported to India when eating.

 

The Chicken 65 by itself was enough to entice me back to Taste of India.

Chicken 65 at Taste of India

Chicken 65 at Taste of India

At most places, the Chicken 65 can be a hit or a miss. At Taste of India, I was able to taste the spices seeped into the chicken meat.

Gobi Manchurian dish at Taste of India

The Gobi Manchurian dish at Taste of India

Chicken Biryani at Taste of India

Chicken Biryani at Taste of India

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