Urban Bites: Flavours of India at Shahi Maharani during Diwali!


Diwali is about elaborate festivities and generally remain the biggest festival for entire India, celebrated in a similar way but the only difference seen are the varieties of delectable food served. This Diwali, Shahi Maharani presents a celebration banquet featuring a variety of flavours from all over India. 

The festive buffet will showcase the best of each region – our spread will feature live stations showcasing Mumbai / Delhi “chaats” (Indian street food) like the famous Pani Puri & Papdi Chaat.

The “tawa” (iron griddle) stations will presentin a sizzling array of succulent vegetarian and non-vegetarian kebabs which are popular in Delhi and Lucknow like the Galouti Kebab (melt in your mouth lamb cutlets), Dahi Kebab & Tangri Kebab (chicken drumlets).


A smorgasbord of lip smacking curries from Kashmir, Goa, Hyderabad, Rajasthan, Punjab, Kolkata & Tamil Nadu will definitely whet your appetite like Chicken Chetinnad (Tamil Nadu), Goan Prawn Curry, Macher Jhol (Bengali Fish Curry), Lal Maas (Rajasthani lamb) & Amritsari Wadi Aloo (Punjabi gram fritters with potatoes) are a must at any big festival.


Celebrating Diwali is incomplete without sweets. To end your meal, indulge in our sumptuous array of homemade Burfis (Indian sweetmeats), Kesari Rasmalai & not forgetting the famous Gulab Jamun.


To add to the festivities (and to crown the celebrations with colour and song), our live musicians will be performing live ghazals and Bollywood tunes amidst twinkling oil lamps (diyas) and vivid rangoli on the evening of Diwali day.


Diwali Eve Lunch (28th October 2016, Friday) at $30++ per head  ) (No Live stations)
Diwali Buffet Dinner (29th of October 2016, Saturday) at $68++ per head

All this and more at “Shahi Maharani” – fit for Kings and Queens

Shahi Maharani
252 North Bridge Road
#03-21B Raffles City Shopping Centre,
(Level 3, Fairmont Singapore) Singapore 179 103
Phone: +65 62358840
Lunch hours: 12pm to 2:30pm
Dinner hours: 6:30pm to 10:30pm



We are a bunch of desis, very much like you, who moved to this urban land and are trying to call it home. For us too, it doesn’t matter which part of the world we go, we carry our desi likes and dislikes with us. We explore, like and love all things new, but cherish and miss the old. We do not stop by the temple so often now, but we still close our eyes and silently pray as we pass by. We explore, travel, evolve and make new friends but we stay close to our roots and loved ones. We love pizzas and satays, but nothing matches the tandoori tikkas and idli dosai from back home. We are busier in our lives than ever before, but we never miss celebrating weddings and festivals in our own grand style. This is us – you and me – Urbandesis!

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