Who cooks on weekends? Saturday and Sunday are all about fun, party, and enjoyment. What about introducing some differences to your taste buds? If you already have an Indian origin, you know what you need to order. But, if you’re savouring the taste of South and North India for the first time, you should consult this article. It’ll guide you on the best North and South Indian food order online in Singapore. Every place has its authentic cuisine and savouring them on some pleasant weekend morning makes you feel like you belong to that certain place. The South and North Indian food dishes mentioned below will make you feel so. Let’s delve deeper!


Poori, Bhaji

Puri is a deep-fried bread made from unleavened whole-wheat flour that originated in the Indian subcontinent. It’s eaten for breakfast or as a snack or light meal. It’s usually served with a savoury curry or bhaji. The combination is called Poori-Bhaji. Some people eat it with sweet dishes.

The dish is a famous breakfast dish majorly cooked in Uttar Pradesh of India. If you want a dish where healthy ingredients and taste walk hand-in-hand, choose bhaji. This is a combination of peas, potato, and tomato.

Aloo Paratha

If you want to savour the real taste of India, you cannot keep Aloo Paratha out of your list. In the heart of South East Asia, you’ll find this authentic taste of India at any leading Singapore Indian restaurant. The recipe is one of the most popular breakfast dishes throughout the western, central and northern regions of India as well as the eastern regions of Pakistan.


Idlis are rice cakes made from a steamed batter of fermented black lentils and rice. Semolina is used sometimes instead of rice and lentils. It’s usually served with coconut chutney and sambar.

Masala Dosa

Masala dosa is one of the most authentic dishes in South Indian cuisine. Found in many varieties and are similar to crepes, they’re made from fermented batter of rice and black gram. Thin and crispy dosas are served hot with sambar, a light spicy soup that’s perfect for dipping, and an assortment of chutneys, condiments made from coconut, Tomato, mint, etc. Leading Singapore Indian restaurants offer masala dosa, which is the popular choice that is stuffed with fried onion and potato.

Cheese Manakish

Are you a GREAT fan of cheese? Manakish is your must-have dish then. Manakish is a Lebanese pizza or flatbread made with a soft dough and topped with various toppings, the most common of which is Za’atar and cheese. It can be made into small circular rounds or larger ones depending on preference.

Choley Bathura

If you want some very authentic taste of North India, chole bhature is a must-try. This is one of the most popular choices among all North Indian dishes. This is a combination of chana masala and bhatura, a fried bread made from maida. Though it’s known as a typical Punjabi dish, there are several claims about the origin of the dish.

These are some most ordered dishes from the North and South Indian restaurants in Singapore. If you want to know more about Indian dishes that you can try on your breakfast, leave your queries below in the comment box.

Author's Bio: 

The author works with a Singapore Indian restaurant and writes engaging articles about Indian food order online in Singapore.