Located in the magnificent, newly-opened National Gallery, Saha takes guests on a culinary journey to discover the rich heritage of Indian cuisine.
Award-winning Patron Chef Abhijit Saha is one of India’s culinary masters and restaurant pioneers. He and Resident Chef Preetam Singh Sodi serve up a range of diverse flavours. These flavours originate from the rich culinary tapestry of the various Indian regions. They are recreated with modern techniques and presented with international allure.
Offering a unique dining experience, the menu draws from the traditions of the past and creates excitement for the future. Our favourites include the Kerala Vegetable Istew Espuma and the New Age Paneer Matar. For the sweet tooths, try the famous Gulab Jamun Cheesecake!
Cocktails also get unexpected twists, like the Curry-tini, made with fresh curry leaves.
Type of cuisine: Modern Indian
Number of seats: 60-70
Chef’s favourite: Kerala Vegetable Istew Espuma
Open hours: Mon-sun 11pm-3pm, mon-sun 6pm-11pm
Address: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew’s Road, #01-02 Singapore 178597
Phone: +65 6223 7321