Delhi Lahori: A Michelin-Recommended Taste of North India and Pakistan in Singapore

June 4, 2024

Embark on a delicious adventure

As we delve into the rich flavors of Delhi Lahori cuisine, a unique blend of North Indian and Pakistani influences. This unassuming hawker stall in Tekka Centre has been delighting Singaporeans with its authentic and affordable offerings for years, even earning a coveted spot on the Michelin Bib Gourmand list.

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What truly sets Delhi Lahori apart

Is its dedication to traditional cooking methods. Their naan, for example, is a true crowd-pleaser. The dough is rolled out and then skillfully slapped onto the walls of a tandoor, a cylindrical clay oven fired by charcoal. This intense heat creates a delightful contrast of crispy char and fluffy interior.

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Beyond the naan

Delhi Lahori offers a delectable array of curries, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Savour the creamy richness of butter chicken, a timeless classic featuring tender chicken in a spiced tomato and butter sauce. For a taste of Lahore's culinary heritage, try the mutton masala, where succulent lamb is slow-cooked in a flavorful and earthy gravy.Vegetarians will find solace in dishes like palak paneer, a vibrant spinach curry studded with pillowy cubes of paneer, or aloo paratha, a flatbread generously stuffed with spiced mashed potatoes.

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If you're looking for a casual and affordable way to explore the vibrant flavors of North India and Pakistan, Delhi Lahori is a must-visit. With its Michelin pedigree and commitment to authenticity, this hawker stall promises an unforgettable culinary adventure.

Delhi Lahori
665 Buffalo Rd, #01-266, Singapore 210665
Opening Hour:
Tuesday, 9 am–11 pm
Wednesday, 9 am–11 pm
Thursday, 9 am–11 pm
Friday, 9 am–11 pm
Saturday, 9 am–11 pm
Sunday, 9 am–11 pm
Monday, 9 am–11 pm

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