Fancy an Indian lunch or dinner but not sure which type of Indian cuisine you like? Gokul got you covered with North Indian, South Indian as well as Asian Indian dishes.
P/S: There is a 10% dine in discount currently, June/July 2021 during Phase 3 Heighten Alert.
We had lunch at Gokul to try out different dishes the Indian restaurant has to offer.
They don’t serve onion, garlic as well as egg here. An appropriate restaurant to spend time with your Buddhist vegetarian or vegan friends.
What we like ❤️
- Doesn’t serve onion 🧅 and garlic 🧄
- Explosive 🧨 flavours and rich spices used
- Lots of cuisine to choose from
- Good hangout spot with our meat eater friends
Folks over at Gokul were friendly and welcoming. After checking in using the Trace Together App we were directed to our table, it wasn’t too crowded.
In addition to a physical menu, they also have an online menu which you can browse after scanning the QR code on the table. It took a while for us to pick our dishes because there are just so many choices!
We finally decided with the following:
- Mango Lassi
- Sweet Lassi
- Butter chicken
- Claypot fish head curry
- Butter naan
- Briyani rice
Drinks were served pretty swiftly followed by the rest of the food.
Both Lassi tasted great especially on a warm day. We would order it again anytime. There is also a Salty Lassi if you’re into that.
The tomato and cashew gravy of the butter chicken is thick and creamy. Mocked meat tasted alright with quite a decent portion for sharing. This is not a spicy dish. We paired it with both butter naan and briyani rice. We thought butter chicken and briyani rice is a better combo.
Next is fish head curry, this is a really spicy 🌶 🌶 🥵 dish. I enjoyed this so much by “flooding” my butter naan with the gravy! Ladies finger were nicely cooked too. Again, great portion for sharing with decent amount of mocked meat fish.
We ended up ordering another serving of briyani rice because the gravy and rice were so good and appetising!
This won’t be our last visit to Gokul and we will certainly dine in with more friends when greater number of dine-in person is allowed in Singapore.