Tandoor | A Reputation for Quality Indian Cuisine since 1985

Tandoor has earned a reputation for quality Indian cuisine since 1985. Over the last 28 years, they have garnered awards and much acclaim for their culinary expertise and signature dishes. More significantly, they have won over an ever-growing number of loyal patrons, many of whom have stayed with them through the decades.


Modern yet laced with tradition, Tandoor’s contemporary décor and understated palette complement the backlit alabaster wall panels featuring Jaali, a latticed screen typical of Indian architecture, while the twin pillars house the traditional Indian craft of inlay mirrors. Full-length glass windows give diners a chance to enjoy an intimate view of the kitchen and the chefs’ theatrics where they bake bread and kebabs in two custom-made copper tandoors.


Hailing from across India, their menu reflects the aromatic spreads of the country’s diverse regions covering the coastal areas of Goa, Mangalore, Lucknow, Punjab and more. Among their famed signature dishes are Nalli Gosht, Mango Curry, Bailey’s Irish Cream Kulfi.

Each dish is carefully handcrafted by their chefs using classic recipes and time-honoured methods which date back in time across India’s rich history.







Fresh basil flavoured Indian spiced tomato soup, topped with goat cheese cream. You can taste the freshness of the ingredients.




Fish tikka flavoured with carom seeds, spices and chargrilled. This is my personal favorite because its done just right, not overcooked.


Spiced lamb mince rolls flavoured with fresh Indian herbs and spices, skewered and cooked in Tandoor. Many will find this delicious because of the spice and taste which is authentic.


Cottage cheese slices stuffed with spiced green peas, Philadelphia cheese, roasted cumin and marinated with delicate French herbs




A unique ripe mango curry from the Mangalore region of India. This is a specialty in Tandoor, first who uses mango in curry here. The Mango Curry is one dish not to be missed, a Tandoor exclusive featuring an unique mix of sweet, ripe mangoes in a savoury, spicy curry which keeps diners coming back for more.


Every Indian’s delight; chicken tikkas cooked in rich, creamy smoked tomato sauce



Chunks of fish cooked on slow fire in a tangy spiced coconut curry






A unique mélange of handmade Indian ice-cream flavoured with Bailey’s Irish Cream. A signature dish in Tandoor, the Bailey’s Irish Cream dessert.



15 and 18 October 2017

Live out that dream of indulging in a never-ending flow of Naan, Biryani, Roti and Parantha as well as fiery orange chunks of tandoori items as Tandoor dishes out the best of Indian cuisine in celebration of the Festival of Lights.
Vivid hues come alive as this award-winning Indian restaurant is transformed into an enclave of warm golden light, dazzling with intense colours and filled with the scents of rich saffron and turmeric. This Deepavali, Tandoor brings a plethora of gastronomical festivities to your dining table with a festive lunch and dinner buffet which promises to be a feast for the senses.
Available on Sunday, 15 October and on Deepavali (18 October), sit back and enjoy your day-off with family and friends as you relax over a Tadka Chaas (Indian summer cooler) or the classic Mango Lassi.

Start your culinary journey at the Chaat counter offering one of India’s favourite street snacks and savour a choice of Papdi or Samosa Chaat and Pani Puri coupled with signature mint chutney. Then witness some culinary action through full-length windows which give you an intimate view of the kitchen where two custom-made copper tandoors (clay ovens) stand. Watch as the chefs work to prepare meat and vegetarian kebabs as you inhale the fragrance of Indian spices. Highlights include the Ajwaini Macchi (Fish) Tikka flavoured with carom seeds, spices and chargrilled to perfection. Meat lovers will relish the Nimbu Murgh Tikka with morsels of chicken meat delicately spiced with Jalapeno, kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Vegetarians aren’t left out and have a mouth-watering variety to indulge in such as Paneer Achari Tikka (cottage cheese marinated with hung curd and pickled in the tandoor) and Palak Aur Mattar Ki Tikki (shallow-fried spinach and green tea patties).
Moving on to the mains, feast on Tandoor’s North Indian specialties from Jhinga Jalandhari (prawns with crushed spices tossed with bell peppers) and Murgh Khatta Pyaaz (chicken cooked with pickled onions and tomato based tangy curry. Other highlights include Saag Gosht, a Punjab delicacy of tender lamb and spinach with Indian spices. An extensive selection of vegetarian main courses are also available including unique dishes like 3M – Makai, Methi, Malai which is a corn kernel and fenugreek leaves cooked in a creamy paste of garlic, ginger and mace.

Before loading up on Indian breads, try their special recommendation of two Biryanis. Sabz Shahi Biryani, is a delicately flavoured rice dish cooked with seasonal vegetables while Murgh Dum Suafiyani Biryani sees aromatic and fluffy rice cooked on ‘dum’ with fennel flavoured chicken. Then help yourself to an assortment of Naan, Roti and Parantha baked upon order and served to your table piping hot!
Top off your dining experience with traditional Indian desserts like Gulkand Rasmalai (cottage cheese dumplings in sweetened milk), Gulab Jamun (fried milk balls in rose flavoured syrup) and Gajar Ka Halwa (grated carrot and milk dessert). Alternatively, try the Jafrani Vermicelli Kheer if you prefer something rich and satisfying without being too sweet.
Complete your meal by taking home a box of specially prepared Mithai (मिठाई) – assorted Indian sweets, the essential gift for family and close friends. This year’s Mithai gift sets are available from 25 September to 18 October 2017 in a classic box or for something more elegant, the premium box. Mithai flavours include Anjeer rose petal Laddu, Badam chocolate bisquit and Kaju dry fruits Laddu.


Deepavali Lunch & Dinner Buffet
15 and 18 October 2017
Lunch, 12.00pm to 2.30pm
Dinner, 7.00pm to 10.30pm
S$58++ per adults, $27++ per child (6 to 12 years old)
*Discounts only applicable to Gourmet Collection members
Assorted Indian Sweets Gift Set (Mithai)
Available from 25 September to 18 October 2017
Classic Box, S$70+ each
Premium Box, S$88+ each


Mithai @ Tandoor this Deepavali
25 September to 18 October 2017



No other region of the world can one find sweets so varied and numerous than the Indian subcontinent. Commonly known as Mithai (मिठाई), it is an essential element of celebrations. No Indian festival will be complete without a plateful of these and Deepavali is no exception. Symbolic of good luck, the Mithai is here to grace your dining tables this festive season and set to bring back childhood memories of watching mothers and grandmother preparing the sweet treats as delicious aromas filled the home.
Diners with a serious penchant for sweet food will be pleased to know that Tandoor will be offering its exquisite and premium range of Indian sweets which are perfect as a take away after enjoying a Deepavali buffet at one of Singapore’s most awarded Indian restaurants, or as a gift to family and friends. This year, Tandoor presents six new variations of Burfi and Laddus, each with a distinct taste and texture.


The Kaju Pista Burfi with its beautiful green coloured pistachio filling and diamond shape adorned with silver varq will prove to be irresistible for nut lovers. Its fullness of flavor will leave you wanting more with every bite.
Popular all over India, Laddu is often offered in celebration of festivals and household events like weddings. These bite-sized spheres when eaten release a burst of flavours that distribute itself throughout one’s mouth then melting like a fresh sweet for a pleasant lingering after taste.


The Badam Chocolate Biscuit is a rich and indulgent preparation of almond and chocolate. A high-energy snack, it is made from a selection of premium almonds and best served to guests or as a gift when visiting relatives.
The Dry Fruit Laddu is loaded with the goodness of the best tasting dry fruits for Deepavali. With a flavor simply unmatched by any other, it promises a mouthful of goodness with every single bite and is a must have at home for special occasions or to make regular days a special one.
A great classic Indian sweet is the Shahi Boondi Laddu. This succulent ball of goodness soaked in Saffron flavoured syrup has to be everyone’s favourite for that quick sweet fix!


This year’s signature Mithais include the Anjeer Rose Petal Laddu and Dil Khustar Burfi. A delicious modak with the natural sweetness imparted by premium quality figs, this mouth-watering delicacy is not commonly found which makes it a great offering at every festive occasion. With its sweet richness of Anjeer, it is sure to be well appreciated by family and friends.
A rich and delicious Mithai made from Khoya and gram flour that is cooked over low heat to form a smooth base, it is then shaped and garnished to give the Dil Khustar Burfi you enjoy today.
Assorted Indian Sweets Gift Set (Mithai)
Available from 25 September to 18 October 2017
Classic Box, S$68+ each
Premium Box, S$88+ each


Contact Information


Basement 1, Holiday Inn® Singapore Orchard City Centre

11 Cavenagh Road, Singapore 229616

T: +65 6733 8333

E: tandoor.hisinorchard@ihg.com

W: http://www.tandoor.com.sg

Operation Hours:

Lunch – 12pm to 2.30pm (Daily)

Dinner – 7pm to 10.30pm (Daily)

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