Singh's

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 7 reviews )
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151 Milton Rd, Gravesend, England, DA122RG

Vegetarian Indian food and snacks, from dosas and curries to Indian sweets. Opened Feb 2015. Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-9:00pm, Sat 9:00am-9:00pm, Sun 9:00am-6:00pm.

Category: Lacto, Indian, Buffet, Fast food, Take-out

Reviews (7)

First Review by MMerryD

Excellent vegan options - Edit

We went on a Saturday and the lunchtime buffet was all vegan which consisted of naan bread, salad, pakora, rice and three curries.
They also have a full menu and most things can be made vegan. The buffet isn't always 100% vegan as it sometimes has a paneer dish but the rest of the buffet will be vegan.
They have sweet Indian treats, some of which are labelled vegan and they also offer fresh fruit smoothies.
The waitress was lovely and friendly and we spoke to who I presume was the owner and she had a great understanding and knowledge of vegan food. Very reassuring when not eating in fully vegan establishments.
Will definitely go back!

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great foood and friendly place - Edit

Great, tasty food and friendly atmosphere

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AMAZING! - Edit

I tried the only vegan/vegetarian restaurant in my town for the first time last night and wondering why its taken me so long to visit!

The staff were so friendly and helpful, the food was amazing! Some of the best Indian food I have ever had! You are allowed to take your own alcohol and the selection of sweets after were excellent.

If you are anywhere near Gravesend, Kent 'Singhs' is a must visit! Xx

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may come back again - Edit

I went there for lunch on a Saturday. I will write my subjective view about the place. I got the buffet for £8. It was average/OK. I am used to not eating onion and I could taste it in some dishes. Not that it made them tasteless, but I would prefer without onion. Overall impression of buffet: average and heavy for the stomach, which means you cannot eat too much. Here is what was in buffet (in no particular order):
1.white rice with corn- OK
2.vegetables: potatoes with obergines and onion :
3.potato pakora- too salty!
4.puri- fried chapati (made from white flour)- OK, heavy
5.dhal- mung dhal soup with onion :/ OK
6.chickpeas in orange (made of what?) sauce- average
7.vegetables: carrot, peas, green beans- average
8.salad (iceberg lettuce, cucumber and onion)- didn't even try eat, since there was onion all over

I wonder how the other dishes are, since they've got menu a la carte.
Suggestion- make the buffet more interesting.


Pros: friedly staff, clean

Cons: heavy for stomach, little fresh stuff, like salads, buffet- average

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Wonderful Food, full of flavour - Edit

A lovely little place with mouth-watering authentic Indian food (a little different from the usual Indian takeaway fare). There was so many Vegan options! It was all very tasty, though be warned: for those who don't like spice, their 'mild' spice option is still quite spicy for palates who can't handle that much. Still, it was great and not too oily (which some Indian food can be) and the service was good - very attentive and willing to please. My mum is not vegetarian (and doesn't usually like spicy!) but she said it was the best Indian she's ever eaten!

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Amazing Cuisine - Edit

I have been craving a good curry for months, however being vegan means it is hard to go out to a curry house as Ghee and milk are often used.
Finding this restaurant was gold. My partner and I visited on a quiet evening and Suki was able to help us a lot with our dish choices and was extremely friendly, polite and helpful.
All the food was freshly cooked and you could definitely taste the difference. I cannot stress enough how extraordinary the food tasted.
It is a vegetarian restaurant, but from what I found out, they are aiming to change more and more recipes to suit a vegan diet.

I would definitely be visiting again.

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Great Veg*n Indian cuisine - Edit

We are now "regulars" at Singhs. We've been here about ten times now since discovering the place a couple of months ago. We're both vegans and I am wheat-intolerant. This is no trouble for the host owners, Parv and Jas, who offer a vegetarian menu with many vegan dishes that are easily adaptable to become wheat-free if required. Parv is a vegan and completely understands the diet
The food is great and cooked from scratch so be prepared for a wait. We have seen that some customers order in advance of arrival to minimise the wait time. We don't mind waiting... It's worth it!
Book ahead, particularly on a Friday and Saturday as it gets busy.
Btw - the place is spotlessly clean, very welcoming, and just amazing!

Pros: Excellent Food, Welcoming Hosts, Adaptable menu

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