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made a big mistake of ordering from Delhi 6 on their website. 1hour to deliver a simple meal in Singapore when the distance was less than 10min away. not sure which world are they operating in specially when during Covid every restaurant needs to be...mindful of their customers. As a result cold stale food. the whole experience being bad. Very disappointed! their website did not mention that it takes so long to deliver. I would not give them my business anymore and also have shared my experience with my friends and family in the area to avoid. there are better restaurants who serve hot food delivering within reasonable time. Delhi6 - lots to learn from other restaurants.More
Visited the outlet at Race Course Road, Singapore. Good range of Indian food especially North Indian and wide range of Indian 'breads'. Ordered the platter of kebab and tandoori meats. Delicious together with a variety of naans. Also ordered the butter chicken which went pretty...well with the naans (plain, garlic and butter)More
On Friday 11th January 2019 – The OCC visited Delhi6, East Coast Road Village
For full transparency, see below scores (out of 10). Restaurants must score an average of 7/10 or above to receive the OCC sticker of recommendation.
Customer care: 6.75
Delhi6 IS awarded the much-coveted OCC sticker of recommendation, narrowly making the required 7/10 average
Travelling East for the first time, The OCC chose Delhi6 to review. Partly because we had heard good things about the food, but also because we were intrigued to experience this unconventional location. Situated in the basement of a mall connected to Hotel Katong, you could be excused for walking straight past this quite small, unassuming purveyor of spice. If you are a follower of our reviews you will by now know that atmosphere is an important part of our review process so we felt it important to visit a good cross section of the kind of restaurants you will find in Singapore.
Atmosphere scored lowest overall with a quite flaccid 6.2 partly due to the location but also due to the small size of Delhi6. As a party of 9 the OCC took center stage with the few remaining tables delicately placed around us. We are quite a rowdy bunch once the Kingfishers get flowing (served icy cold and quite promptly btw) but in such a small venue there is a danger of feeling like you are eating your meal in silence. One of the trialists of the evening Ben ‘Hodor’ Dyas likened it to the Curry house on the moon…Great food, very little atmosphere (BOOM BOOM).
When you run a small restaurant you are obviously limited to the number of tables you can sit. But rather than see this as a negative we feel managers should see this as an opportunity to offer great customer care and service. Fewer patrons = more love to share right? Unfortunately this was only partially true in Delhi6’s case. The service was decent. We ordered a lot of dishes and were sinking the Kingfishers like they came directly from the teat of Mama Yashin herself. The waiting staffs were able to accommodate us without any prolonged delays or dips in the evening. Customer care however was a slightly different story. As a party of 9 we booked in advance and made it clear we were coming in to review the restaurant. We were a little disappointed with the lack of fuss made of us and we sat down feeling a little unloved. As one member put it, “I expected better customer care considering our group basically filled the whole restaurant.”
In terms of the quality of the food Delhi6 does not disappoint. Scoring a commendable 7.89 the OCC thoroughly enjoyed the variety, presentation and taste of the dishes on offer. A sample of some of the feedback given by OCC members
“Weird location but really top notch food”. “The best fish curry I have had in 2018” (please note this fish curry was actually consumed in 2019 soooooo??). “Food was well presented”.
The portions in Delhi6 are quite small and the OCC are renowned gluttons. As a result we ordered A LOT of dishes, too many to list here but most noteworthy (from my dwindling memory Mr Chairman) was the fish tikka, tandoori murg and all of the kebab starters. The Rogan Josh, Daal and Biriyani were all very good and were accompanied with fresh roti’s and naans. Everything that came out was bright, colourful and really well presented.
Kingfishers are S$8 a bottle. The starters average about S$11 each and the mains around S$15. Not the cheapest curry in Singapore but we feel this represents fair value for the food and experience. A meal suitable for the Mayor of Oakham himself perhaps??
To summarize, you will get a very good meal at Delhi6 and the serving staff will look after you. This is a great venue for a tasty meal but perhaps not your first choice if you want to let your hair down on a Friday night…although we all did (with the exception of VC Billy of course)
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It was our first time dining here, located opposite an Italian restaurant; in an open space. We were happy it had all our favourites, and we stuck to those tried-and-tested dishes.
Dinner consisted of Cottage Cheese with Spinach and Butter Chicken Tikka, followed by Pink...Salmon Fillet, all accompanied with Basmati Rice. These dishes were cooked to perfection and absolutely delicious. We like that the cubes of cottage cheese were generous, compared to similar type restaurants, and the salmon was fresh and soft to the touch. Before that, we were served Papadum with dips.
We have only one suggestion, that the wait staff advise diners of the portion sizes, after all; it was our first time here and we did not think to ask. We ordered 2 servings of Basmati Rice, thinking it was the right size for 2 persons. When they were served, we were surprised the portions were quite large and that we could have done with only 1 serving. Anyways, it was nice that we could bring it back and savor its flavours at home.
That aside, we will mark our calendars for a return visit.More
Just finished dinner.
Ordered fish tikka, dhall makhni and some pea and mushroom dish.
Dhall makhni was average. No creaminess. Asked the waiter where is the butter. He shrugged his shoulders. Never got an answer.
The mushrooms not fresh. Prob from the can.
The fish...tikka was ok. But certain portions had the fishy taste. Not fantastic.
Service was average.
Very disappointed with the std of food. Won't come again.More
Came here with family on a lazy Sunday morning for brunch. Absolutely loved the Parathas... Choice of Aloo, Muli (Radish), Paneer and Gobi, served with yoghurt and pickles. The filling was generous and reminded me of the Parathas I used to enjoy during my short...stint in Delhi over 20 years back. Reasonably priced. Strongly recommend.More
Response from MohanRahul | Property representative |
We have 3 outlets, Katong V, 15 mins by Taxi from Clarke Quay. Our newly opened Capitol Piazza Outlet is just above City Hall MRT and would be 5 mins by Taxi. This outlet is in Basement 1, inside Palette Restaurant & Bar... More
We have 3 outlets, Katong V, 15 mins by Taxi from Clarke Quay. Our newly opened Capitol Piazza Outlet is just above City Hall MRT and would be 5 mins by Taxi. This outlet is in Basement 1, inside Palette Restaurant & Bar. Our 3rd outlet is at Republic Plaza and probably is closest to your location but this outlet is only open Monday to Friday, it's closed on weekends.
Feel free to call me on my mobile +65 91912090 if you have any questions.
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