Tiffin Room: Authentic North Indian cuisine
Part of Raffles Hotel's history since 1892
Authnetic North Indian cuisine in tiffin boxes
Interactive dining with tableside service by chefs
Specialities complemented with Indian wines
Experience the warmth and beautiful symphony of flavours in Tiffin Room's authentic North Indian specialties accented with a curated blend of freshly-ground spices.
We propose the following menus: Gluten-free menu, Vegetarian menu
Presenting the warmth and beautiful symphony of flavours in authentic North Indian specialties
Chef de Cuisine Kuldeep Negi
At the helm of Raffles Hotel Singapore’s most historic restaurant for almost a decade, Kuldeep Negi, a native of India, brings the well-loved and famed North Indian cuisine at the refreshed Tiffin Room to its next level of excellence. Trained in the ancient art of Indian cuisine, Chef Kuldeep had travelled widely across the different North Indian states to perfect his revitalised menu. He has introduced a variety of exciting culinary specials including tableside service, Indian celebratory menus and an elevated thali and tiffin box experience.
Relish the splendour and heritage of the beautifully restored Tiffin Room
Enjoy delectable authentic North Indian specialties served in tiffin boxes. Relish the splendour and heritage of the beautifully restored Tiffin Room with tableside service by chefs, complete with freshly-ground spices and Indian brews to enhance the occasion.
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(*) Average meal price calculated on the basis of starter and main course or main course and dessert, excluding drinks, menu and promotional offers. The average price is an estimate only, calculated according to the prices provided by the restaurant. Depending on the country, the average price may or may not include all taxes. ↩