Just off the Orchard shopping district, an imposing colonial house houses the Song of India, widely regarded as the best Indian fine-dining establishment in Singapore. Stepping through its teak pillars, diners are swept up into old-world grandeur, and taken on a gastronomical journey through classical Indian cuisine. Adding to the opulence of the experience, food and drink are served on designer silverware and crystal, while grand chandeliers and contemporary Indian art adorn the walls and ceilings.
Chef Manjunath Mural’s menu reflects influences from all over India, but gives a strong nod to Kerala culture with its wide-ranging use of spices and western influences, seen in signature dishes like Star Spiced Foie Gras and Lobster Moily.
The A La Carte selection is huge—new visitors will do well to choose one of the set menus, which have been composed as a harmonised symphony of flavours. Alternatively, come for the very popular weekend brunch buffets.