The bustling street of Keong Saik Road is filled with restaurants and cafes. It was a pleasant change to see a quick service Indian restaurant called Indline.Sg open their doors on this food street. They dish out lunch sets, takeaways and timed food delivery (via Foodpanda). It helps immensely that the head chef is an Indian as it lends authenticity to the food. The decor was colorful and interesting sketches are painted across the walls giving it a cool vibe. The music on their website might just surprise you – it took me back to 80’s – 90’s Hindi film music era.
It is always interesting to see the variety of dishes in an Indian food menu. Indline did not disappoint in this respect. The dishes are neatly priced making it a total value for money.
Pakodas and Bhajis typically are the most liked Indian food starters. Though we were tempted to try it, we ordered the ‘Masala Potato Wedges’ to tantalize our taste buds. The Indian spices hit the right note in this snack and it was an enjoyable starter.
Since we went for dinner, there were no set meals. We had to individually choose the items and make our own quick meal. Cottage cheese/ Paneer curries are generally worth a try in a new restaurant. We ordered ‘Paneer Makhani’ which is basically cottage cheese cubes cooked in a creamy gravy. The gravy was very tasty and the dish is worth ordering. The Kachumbar (salad) was fresh and the vegetables were finely chopped. The Tandoori Rotis reinforced the Indian feel of the dish. Personally, it reminded me of being closer to a ‘dhaba’ version. The quantity was sufficient for 2 pax.
The next combination that we customized as a meal consisted of ‘Pudina Lachcha Paratha’ which is a shallow fried layered bread with chopped mint. In a Lachcha Paratha, you should be able to see the layers neatly stacked and rolled which was visible here. To pair along with this, ‘Dal Tadka’ and ‘Aloo Methi’ were ordered. The Dal was wholesome and delicious to have just on its own. The Aloo Methi could have been better as the potatoes were a bit under-cooked.
For desserts, don’t miss the ‘Kulfi’ which was sweet joy on a stick. As it melts fast, it is better to focus on eating it than clicking a pic which is what happened with me 🙂 They are also launching ‘Rabdi’ as part of their Deepavali dessert dishes which should be interesting as well. I definitely plan to visit them again to try their rice dishes and desserts. For their wallet-friendly prices, authentic and good Indian cuisine, hassle-free service, Indline.Sg is definitely worth a visit!
|In a Nutshell||Deelightful Rating|
|Cuisine Type: Indian||★★★1/2|
|Nearest MRT: Outram Park|
|Address: 28 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089135|
|Timings: Mon-Sat: 11.30am – 11pm|