A beautiful black and white heritage bungalow forms the setting for the restaurant, and makes it an integral part of Singapore’s history… and also the future. Walk into the stylish colonial bungalow located on Scotts road just a stone’s throw from the bustle of Orchard Road… through a walkway framed by antique wooden pillars dated over a hundred years, graced by a grand old frangipani tree and surrounded by the gentle sound of water. Surrounded by lush green Kerala style landscaping, dining at “The Song of India” has the hush of privacy that is so essential to the experience of fine dining.
Upon entering the restaurant you will be greeted with luxurious interiors, with stark white walls, offset by grand chandeliers, the warmth of wood, the coolness of marble and granite. The Song of India has beautifully designed wine cellars, housing a collection of some of the finest wines the world has to offer.
The restaurant promotes contemporary Indian art and displays art pieces and sculptures for diners to enjoy and purchase. The Song of India holds art exhibitions with the displayed paintings changing from time to time, giving dynamic dimensions to the warm and inviting interiors. These fine settings provide a fitting backdrop to the appetizing colours and aroma of the food presented on elegant table settings.
Chef: Manjunath Mural