Aromas of India

Aromas of India

Aromas of India

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Ratings:
83%   (41 votes)
34 / 41

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Delivery:
Aromas of India is offering delivery via the following options:
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Take-away:
Aromas of India has no take-away options.
Located along Race Course Road on Thomson Road, Aromas of India serves North Indian cuisine. It has a warm, mellow set up and authentic heritage Indian food. Aromas of India Singapore, located near the Little India MRT, has mouth watering bold flavoured dish choices. Aromas of India also has a special menu for specific days, when you can enjoy certain rare Indian specialities . There is an exclusive collection of vegetarian options which will appeal to all the vegetarian guests and keep them coming back. The must tries at the restaurant are palak pakora and tandoori chicken with mint chutney.

 


Address:
60 Race Course Road

Cuisine:
Asian, Indian, North Indian, South Indian



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