At Lau Pat Sat Festival Market, I have already introduced a variety of food such as Singaporean food like Bak Kut Teh, Vietnamese Beef Noodles, Turkish Cuisine and Japanese Teppanyaki. How about having Indian Food for a change?
There are quite a number of Indian food stall at Lau Pat Sat and I chose to have a meal from Anjappar.
I ordered myself a naan set with Tandoori Chicken. This meal cost me around SGD8.
I loved naan and these have crispy crusts and soft dough inside. The lightly charred corners of the naan were my favourites as they had an aromatic fragrance. I preferred dipping the naan into the curry and the curry was spicy and aromatic.
The tandoori, though was a little scrawny, was delicious. I loved the tender chicken.
When I compared with Usman Restaurant, which I had eaten the last time at Little India, I think it was slightly better than Anjappar. You make a judge on that.
Address: Lau Pat Sat Festival Market, 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582
Stuffness Level (How full you are): 3/5