Comfy armchairs, soft lighting and a steel-and-glass island kitchen give this classy restaurant a calming vibe. And beneath all this style is substance too. The food is really very good, and coming from the same people behind Rang Mahal, it should be. Some of the better dishes are the Bombay pani puri (puffs with a wet filling of potato, tamarind and chili) and the tandoori lamb chop. They have wonderfully elaborate flatbreads too that come topped with ingredients like honey, nuts, fruit and spices; as well as a good seafood biryani and lychee kulfi. Fills up later in the evening with Indian diners, many of whom are regulars.
Vansh, part of the Rang Mahal group, has made a name for itself as one of Singapore’s trendiest Indian restaurants. Forget garish pictures of women in saris; here you find comfy armchairs, soft lighting and a steel-and-glass island kitchen. The food is predominantly North Indian, with signature kebabs and breads. Along with a staple of curries and briyanis you have a pretty extensive menu. We went for the honey kulzza that they are so proud of, a flatbread topped with honey, nuts, fruit and spices—and we saw why they recommend this highly. It was delicious. Our other dishes were excellent too: A kebab platter of prawn, chicken, fish and lamb, tangy yoghurt based vegetable curry and some very garlicky naan. We picked these dishes with the help of our very cheerful waiters, who actually knew about the food they were serving and could talk about it! The good service was so refreshing and encouraging. Predominantly upscale Indian clientele have given Vansh their thumbs up, and so have we.
|Address:||Vansh, #01-04 Singapore Indoor Stadium, Stadium Waterfront , Singapore, Singapore|
|Open since:||June, 2001|
|Opening hours:||daily noon-2:30pm, 6-10:30pm|
|Alfresco, Reservation recommended, Parking available: at Carpark E, Takeaway available, Dress requirements: casual|
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