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- Authentic North Indian Food
- Chefs at Saffron Bistro are scouted from India with 15 years of experience
- Indoor and outdoor seating available
- Conveniently located in town
- Valid on weekdays and weekends (including eve of PH, PH)
- Closed on Sundays
- Valid for dinner only from 6:00PM to 10:30PM
- Valid for dine-in and takeaway
- Unlimited vouchers per person
- May buy multiple as gifts
- Maximum use of 2 vouchers per table
- Valid for food items only
- Not valid with other promotions and discounts
- Non-exchangeable and non-refundable
How to Redeem
- Strictly by reservations only, call 6536 5025
- Printed vouchers MUST be presented at point of redemption
- Purchased e-Vouchers are delivered immediately to your email inbox upon payment completion
- Alternatively, log in to your Voucherlicious account to download/view vouchers
- Saffron Bistro is located at:
50 Circular Road
Although Columbus famously "discovered" India by landing at Lexington and Concord and proudly ringing the Liberty Bell, the actual location of India remains a mystery. Today's Voucherlicious deal offers the best lead the world has had in centuries: for $15, you get $30 worth of authentic Indian cuisine and drinks during dinner hours at Saffron's Bistro.
The enigma of Indian cuisine often shrouds less informed diners, the use of the large variety of spices on a whole variety of foods, dangerously treads a thin line between being sophisticated and overwhelming. Saffron Bistro adopts a modern and classy take on traditional North Indian food culture, bringing its diversity to their guests with ease. “Saffron” is usually cultivated in the Kashmir region and is the most expensive spice in the world, symbolising the lofty status it hopes to achieve.
Owner Raj Patro opened his doors to the suits-donned professionals in downtown district, Raffles Place in 2002. This quaint restaurant is tucked near the corner of the row of shophouses along Circular Road and has since carved out a niche in serving quality non-fuss North Indian fare.
Illuminated by the warm lighting of the lotus shaped wall lamps, Saffron Bistro's mahogany and burgundy interiors is also well complemented by the soft caress of the flickering candle lights. Together with the intelligent use of sari cloth that combs the perimeter of the interior, it infuses a distinct sense of tradition in an already romantic setting ideal for sweet whisperings of loving couples. Instead of enjoying the restaurant's selection of traditional Indian music in the main dining area, you may also choose to dine alfresco. This way, no one will be disturbed with the lighting of a cigar while waiting for the dishes to be served.
"The chefs at Saffron Bistro are specially scouted from India and have at least 15 years of culinary experience in the craft. Together, they gave traditional North Indian favourites a contemporary twist, cleverly currying favour with unconventional infusion of local ingredients in their masterpieces. They also subscribe to a policy of only preparing food for the same day itself to ensure guests are served the freshest quality food.The Murgh Tandoori (1/2 pc $13.90) commonly known as tandoori chicken, is tender, juicy and mildly spiced to allow the natural flavour of the meat to come through. Cooked in the traditional clay oven to allow a smoky charcoal flavour to seep into the meat, this is also the table favourite of past Moghul emperors.
The Zaffrani Machli ($8.90) is a highly recommended starter as its saffron spiced dory fishcakes is well deep fried to a golden coat. The chef used pineapple juice to bring out a taste of fruity freshness from the fishcake and when accompanied with curry mayonnaise is one divine palate experience.
The restaurant's own creation, the Saffron Special Lamb Ribs ($22.00) is simply scrumptious. Marinated in an assortment of spices and stewed on a bed of curry mash potatoes, the meat slips off the bone easily and did not disintegrate into a soft mess. It is surely well worth its price.
If you prefer something light, a suitable but no less deserving alternative is the Murgh Kashmiri ($13.90). This fruit curry chicken is garnished with slices of apples, pineapples and nuts, a surprisingly good complement with curry. The curry is mild and the chicken tender pieces tender, little wonder why it is also highly popular at Saffron Bistro.
The desserts menu is small but nonetheless packs a punch. The Mango Kulfi ($7.50) is sprinkled with pistachios and the lychee Sorbet ($5.50) are good choices to end your mean with. Visually well presented, the apple carving of the Mango Kulfi gives life to the dessert just like it resembling a tail to the Indian ice-cream."- Kelvin Ng
Colours of India Pte Ltd
50 Circular Road Singapore 049405