Established in 1985, Tandoor, Singapore’s most awarded Indian restaurant, takes diners on a journey with authentic North Indian dishes that pay homage to India's rich culinary heritage. Each dish in the gourmet menu is carefully handcrafted by a team of talented chefs using classic recipes and time honoured methods. Located one floor below the lobby level.
Open from Wednesday to Sunday only.
Lunch from 12nn to 2:30pm
Dinner from 6pm to 10:00pm.
*Will be closed from 1st March 2021 until further notice.
Having achieved the Wine & Dine Top Restaurants award and listed on the Singapore Tatler’s Best Restaurant Guide, Tandoor, the most awarded Indian restaurant in Singapore is synonymous with authentically prepared North Indian cuisine. Each dish is carefully handcrafted by our chefs using classic recipes and time-honoured methods which date back in time across India’s rich history. Ever conscious of our diners’ palettes, some dishes use healthier preparation methods while retaining their original Indian heritage.
Contemporary yet laced with tradition, Tandoor’s interior is dotted with subtle Indian motifs. Back-lit wall panels featuring Jaali (or Jali) ─ a latticed screen characteristic of Indian architecture – line two sides of the restaurant, while twin alabaster pillars house the traditional Indian craft of inlay mirrors.
Full-length windows give diners an intimate view of the kitchen where two custom-made copper tandoors (or clay ovens) stand. From the dining hall, you will be able to see our chefs at work, from making Indian breads to preparing kebabs of tandoori meats and vegetables that are served fresh to your table, presents an inviting atmosphere where you can enjoy good food and great conversations with family, friends and clients alike.
For a larger corporate function, business luncheon or special occasion, opt for the plush private dining room, the Maharajah Suite that can accommodate up to 80 guests, the perfect setting for an intimate affair with added space.
Tandoor restaurant also boasts the capability to host your special day where you can don your lovely and classy Indian wedding gowns and suits with all the intricacies of a pre-wedding ritual like Mehndi, Sagaai and Sangeet ceremonies to the much-anticipated wedding reception.
Tandoor will be closed from 1 March 2021 until further notice.