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1.Rajah’s Restaurant & Catering
Tucked away in the midst of old shop houses not far from the capital, you can find a humble restaurant serving the best of Southern Indian cuisine. Lovers of impeccably Indian flavours should definitely try and soak in this experience unparalleled to other Indian restaurants in country. Its only branch located in Batu Satu, opens daily from 9am to 9pm, offering a variety of specialties from their traditional banana leaf dishes and Indian roadside ‘chaat’ snacks to a simple masala dosai and a wide variety of briyanis.
Immerse yourself in an elegant yet affordable dining experience, with the ambience fit for a nice sit down dinner overlooking the beautiful golden domes of the Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque. Tandoor.com, an Indian restaurant serving a range of authentic mouthwatering dishes refined over centuries. As its name suggests, the restaurant boasts its unique food preparations that are cooked in the traditional method using specially made clay ovens (tandoor) that transform food into flavoursome, delicate and succulent feasts. Try their refreshing mango lassi drink, lamb curry and garlic naan! Delivery is also available with a minimum order should you wish to satisfy your cravings from the comfort of your residence or hotel.
In Riwaz, you can get Succulent kebabs, Indian breads and handmade desserts are complemented by a whiskey-tasting table and cocktails with locally inspired flavors. Two private dining rooms offer luxury and privacy for meetings and celebrations.
4.Iskandar Curry House
Known for their legendary ‘roti kosong’ (plain flatbread) and ‘roti telur’ (flatbread with egg) served with its iconic side dishes, this famous name has without a doubt won the hearts of many. Open daily from 9am to 9pm, this curry house has two branches; one in the quaint suburbs of Lambak and another in the bustling One Riverside in Gadong. Their signature fish head curry is also a local favourite along with their highly recommended chicken briyani.