I called them this noon for a reservation at 6pm (even though it was said on the voucher 24h in advance reservation… but I think this might mostly apply for the week-ends rather than during the week).
The restaurant itself looks clean with simple and nice Indian decorations. The stuffs are friendly and food seems to be served without long waiting time (maybe because it wasn’t overcrowded tonight).
As a starter we ordered Fish Pakora Punjabi and Kalimirchi Chicken Tikka (original price would be £3.50) each. For the main course we choose Kerala Fish Curry and Lamb Chettinad (original price would be £7.50) each. This two-course would cost without the voucher £22 instead of £9.
|Fish Pakora Punjabi|
|Kerala Fish Curry and Lamb Chettinad|
In addition to the main course we also ordered two different Naan breads - Butter Naan and Peshawari Naan, which is stuffed with a mixture of almonds, raisins and Cashew nuts. So all in all for the additional we paid £7 (incl. the drinks).
Fazit: The food at Singh’s Indian Restaurant is soso, except for the Naan breads, which taste delicious (unfortunately, I forgot to take pictures of them… >.<). Therefore, without voucher the whole dinner would cost around £29 for two – which is not expensive but I think a bit overcharged for this place… as I’ve been to better Indian Cuisines before…