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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
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    Shahi Maharani's ambience is charming with live Indian classical music
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Fine Indian restaurant Shahi Maharani has a loyal following. And it’s easy to see why. Their food is top-notch, the service professional and polite, and the ambience charming, with live Indian classical music six nights a week.

We decided to pop by for their ever-popular lunchtime buffet. We were not disappointed. From the salad starters, to the rich chicken, fish and mutton curries, the tandooris, the dhals, the fragrant basmati rice, the fresh naans, and the wonderful chutneys and raitas; the food was totally delicious and we mopped up every last bit on our plates. Judging from the queue at the buffet counter, other diners thought the same, and kitchen staff were kept busy topping up rapidly emptied trays.

We’d recommend this restaurant anytime—whether for a meal with friends or a business lunch or dinner—it certainly does deliver.

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Phone: 6235-8840
Shahi Maharani North Indian Restaurant, #03-21B Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Rd., Singapore, Singapore

Nearest Train:

City Hall

Opening Hours:

daily noon-2:30pm, 6:30-10:30pm

Price Range:

$$

Cuisine:

North Indian

Open Since:

February, 2004
Reservation recommended, Parking available: at Raffles City Shopping Centre, Takeaway available
8.33333
 
 
Shahi Maharani North Indian Restaurant
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