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Peeking into the menu of the only Indian Michelin star restaurant in South East Asia

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Mumbai chef Manjunath Mural moved to Singapore to work at The Song Of India restaurant in 2006. In the decade that he has worked there, the modern Indian cuisine restaurant has received several accolades. From being voted as the Best Indian Restaurant of The Year by the Singapore Business Review magazine in 2009 to being declared among the top 5 Best Asian cuisine restaurants at the Hospitality Asia Platinum Awards for three consecutive years, The Song Of India has earned a great deal of appreciation from diners and critics alike.

But the most important recognition came in the form of a Michelin star that was awarded to The Song of India recently. Chef Mural has reimagined several Indian delicacies to design a truly eclectic and global menu with dishes such as green tea lotus coconut ladoos and pheri pheri tandoori prawn. Here’s a look at some signature dishes from The Song of India.

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Pheri pheri tandoori prawn .

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Asparagus corn tofu kebab

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Chilly tempura crispy fried prawn

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The Art Platter #indiancuisine #thesongofindia

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