Experience the vibrant Holi Festival at Tiffin Room, from now till 31 March 2024

~Invited Session~

Think Tiffin Room and think an enthralling multi-course experience that impresses. It is the time of hte year for the celebration of the vibrant Holi Festival, Tiffin Room has presented two menus up for selection - vegetarian and non-vegetarian. 


Spiced mango lassi to kickstart the meal - yummy!


Dumpling underneath this delish mess!

Through the few Holi Festival menus, I've got an appreciation of this festive favourite. Dahi Gujia.  Albeit sweet, I enjoy the flavours presented! Think sweet lentil dumpling stuffed with sweet yogurt, tamarind and spicy mint chutney. 


Smoky spicy tandoori-grilled pickled chicken wrap, Achari Murgh Tikka Kathi Roll is one delicious course, I always lose this battle of pacing when it comes to dining at Tiffin, it's so hard to stop at one. YUM.



Alcohol pairings are available too, they include Tanqueray Rangpur Lime Gin with Premium Indian Tonic, and the Heggies Vineyard Estate Chardonnay. The fruity notes enhance the tandoori chicken course really well!


Tiffin Room does fish exceptionally well and do give their Tawa Masala Fish a try, a delicately pan-seared black cod with special blended spices. 


If fish is not your thing, Murgh Madras, a juicy boneless chicken leg fragrantly coated in curry leaves and fresh coconut, mustard seed, and spices, is a noteworthy dish too. So creamy and fragrant!


To pair with the main courses is Tenuta di Sesta Brunello Di Montalcino Sangiovese, a bold and intense Italian red to complement spices and flavours.


Both menus are served with Shahi Dal, an indulgent yellow lentil curry infused with a blend of black beans and red kidney beans. Dal is always a must order in all my Indian meals. 


Every Indian meal is not complete if it does not have either rice or naan. I'd highly recommend their lusciously buttery Tomato Mint Pulao. Fluffy long-grain Indian basmati rice with fresh tomato, mint, and toasted cardamom, as well as an assortment of chutneys and pickles to complement. Just the rice in itself is so good on its own, I had heaps of it. 


Butter Naan and Laccha Parantha are both good too, perfect for soaking up the delicious curries.


One of the many plates of loaded calories. 



Finally, Makai Halwa, a sweet-corn iteration of the semolina-based sweet delight, sweet Gujia dumplings stuffed with coconut and dried fruits, and deep-fried Gur Para coated with jaggery syrup. Indian desserts are usually heavy on sugar and this was too. 


Yet, pairing with Amrut whiskey, a nicely balanced fine whisky helped neutralize the sweet dessert. It's  moreish on the nose that rolls sweetly off your tongue. Spirit forward flavours that linger on at the finish with some heat. Best with ice and there ends the colourful meal I had. 

The Wondrous Flavours of Holi Menu: S$132++ per guest
The Wondrous Flavours of Holi Vegetarian Menu: S$122++ per guest
Alcoholic Beverage Pairings are available at:
•For 2 glasses at S$58++ per guest
•For 4 glasses at S$98++ per guest
Available for both lunch and dinner, a limited selection of the regular Tiffin Room à la carte menu will be available during this promotional period.