Need indian chinese in singapore then you go here. Its ok but not that great. The service is good and the food tastes good but I found Chinese at some restaurant much better than here. Its a Good family place.
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This is the best Indian Chinese have had in Singapore. The food was excellent, matched by their fantastic service. The Chinese Bhel was exceptional, as was the Rasgulla. We will be back!
I took a friend from China to try Indian Chinese food. We ordered a chilli chicken and prawns with hot garlic sauce. The food was tasteless. We're had to send the chicken back as it was not cooked well. Both the dishes didn't seem to...More
Finally decided to give this Indian-Chinese-Tibetan restaurant a try. Had their lunch special. While the momos (we had the pan-fried version) were good, the rest of the food was average. Expected better taste in Chicken Manchurian, e.g. The curry in the chicken dish was so-so,...More
Superb food! The momos are truly delicious. Across the board, soups, mains, noodles/rice and desserts, the food quality is great. If you like spicy they can do spicy!! Service is prompt and friendly- although I'm not a fan of ordering via an iPad.
Came here taking my family thinking a good Chinese food will be served. But this place is hopeless. We were made to wait for 15 mins without anyone attending. We had to make ourselves visible and walk to all the staff requesting a table but...More
Thank you very much for your feedback which gave us an opportunity to look back into this matter in detail. It is sad to know that you and your elderly guest was inconvenienced for delay in getting a seat. When we checked we did not...More
We went to Fifth season this week for lunch. We had Chinese Bhel, Gobi Manchurian with Gravy, Sch. Fried Rice and Malpua in dessert. Chinese Bhel was good. Fried rice was up to the mark - must mention portion size was good for two people....More
First of all, I would like everyone to know that I've travelled to over 20 countries. My father says that you should eat to live, but tells me that I live to eat. I'm British but I've lived in Beijing & I currently live in...More
If you have ever tasted Chinese food in Kolkata you would definitely love these food here, provided you need to have TASTE buds. Surprising taste of Kolkata-like Chinese food in Singapore.