Gayatri is known for electic northern and southern Indian cuisine, our restaurant is also noted for its open concept kitchen where inquisitive diners can peek at the chefs flipping naans or grilling thier favourite Tandoori dish behind tempered glass walls. We also provide catering services for private functions including family celebration, weddings, corporate and community events.
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Great food at great prices!
I visited Gayatri's a rew days ago, on the eve of Deepavali. As with every other restaurant in the area, Gayatri's was full house. We were lucky enough to get a table on arrival and to our surprise, we were handed iPads which featured the menus! Impressed enough, we ordered an assortment of dishes.
Our food came within 10-15 minutes of ordering, and needless to say, it was really delectable. Mutton Masala Thosai and it's chicken counterpart together with Appam and Chicken 65 were our orders, and boy, were we full!
All in all, the meal set us back by $50, which is a more than reasonable price for one of Singapore's premier Indian restaurants. A definite stand-out among all restaurants in Singapore offering authentic Indian cuisine.
if you love fish head curry, you will also love em'
My family favour the fish head curry at Gayathri very much. The warmth service they provide really impressed us, although the environment is a bit noisy and crowded. The scent of herbs and spices are so strong that one will not forgotten this is an Indian restaurant. Besides the famous fish head curry, they served mainly combination of north/south Indian cuisine.
The restaurant staff is friendly enough to recommend some of their popular menus, ie., chicken masala, fried squid and mutton mysore. The fried squid taste great, but slightly oily and the chicken masala average only. Mutton Mysore seems to suit my taste more, the meat is so tender and juicy, plus the gravy is absolutely thick. Not to forget about their traditional pan cake, ‘dosa’. It’s known as fermented crepe that is made of rice batter and some added salt.
Finally, the main cast has arrived, ‘curry fish head’! It was soaked with a pool of curry filled with fleshy fish head, some ladyfingers, tomatoes and pineapples. You will definitely love the hot & sour gravy that lift up your appetite & makes you craved for more...
Although the fullness is there, but after tasting so much spicy & acidic stuffs, we had ‘Gulab Jamu’, a kind of sweet, round-shaped dessert dough to close our dining chapter.
Best Indian Food in town !
This is one of my favourite places to eat quality indian food in Singapore. I had been here several times already and I must say that this place is often packed with people trying to get their orders. I had ordered my favourite Indian delicacy that is, the Chicken briyani. Also, their lime juice is very nice too. It helps to quench your thirst to a large extent as you would certainly need a good drink to help reduce the oil irritation in your throat as the biryani was quite oily too.
Compared to other hawker centres in neighbourhood areas, the briyani sold in this place up to standard. Also, their customer service is very good. Whenever we needed help to get anything or had plans to order additional food, the waiters arrived promptly when we signalled them to. The environment setting is pretty good too although they can make further improvements to the arrangement of the tables as I find it a bit too crammed as I had difficulty to go to the washroom as I was sat in the middle. I particularly enjoyed their chicken meat as it was very nice. I would like to visit this place again to have a meal.