Monday, March 15, 2010

Khansama @ Science Park

A breather from my recent postings, with something edible instead! Thanks to Ruby (differs from Rubee, my beloved dog) and Shahrena, i finally tried this Khansama branch in Science Park!

My first visit to Khansama was its branch in Little India (shown above).

Impressive was my analysis of its food quality, the presentation and ambience (at least for the second floor). 

Deep in my heart, i would really want to try the food again but just could not afford the time. Plus, there are too many good food around that area!!

Coming back to Science Park's branch, i was not disappointed with its Indian museum style decor; there were quite a few mannequins showcasing Indian culture and lifestyle!

Ala-carte menu was available but with an irresistible price of S$9.90 for its buffet....... it's quite obvious which option poor Cavin will choose.

Always remember, never miss a good deal for the first time!

To keep it short, they have normal basmatic rice, fried vegetarian rice, vegetable soup (one type), chicken curry, mutton curry, vegetarian curry, crackers, manchurian mushrooms, salad, naan, a sweet dessert and a few others items that i cannot remember with the super difficult to memorise titles!

Not exactly a wide variety but with such an economical pricing, i am not complaining.  

A few notable dishes were the manchurian mushrooms, the chicken curry and the sweet dessert.


87 Science Park Drive,
#02-01 The Science Hub,
Science Park 1,

Additional Information
The place is almost inaccessible unless you have a car or take a cab!

Compared to Little India, the one here is more cafe like; most likely a niche that segregate its different branches. Science Park's branch is Khansama Tandoori Village whereas the one in Little India is Khansama Tandoori Restaurant.

Cold water can be requested for free although the service staff who took our order kept asking us (like three or four times) if we would like to have juices!

That's plain irritating!


  1. I have lived in Singapore for 3 years and have tried many North Indian Restaurants. This is hands down one of the best places for food, environment, food, atmosphere, and food. Khansama is in the heart of Little India located at the junction of Norris Road. It can't be missed as you will be approached one of the waiters with a printed home delivery menu.

    The staff is wonderful and the chef/owner often will come to the dining room to talk to the guests, explain his take on the foods, and recommend from the menu and off the menu if you so wish. In addition to fantastic non-spicy food, Khansama will also cater to your spicy side and add different levels of spicy "heat" to any dish you wish to your liking.
    When compared to some of the more touristy establishments. Don't be fooled. This place is amazing.

    Go there and then go there again and again. If you are only visiting Singapore, make this one of your dinner engagements. You will not be disappointed.

    1. You make me want to visit Khansama again!!! I totally agree with what you mentioned but i may want to add that its branch at Little India is even better in terms of ambience, food, service!


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