D' Bell Singapore - Front

D’ Bell Singapore Restaurant & Lounge – North Canal Road, Clarke Quay (Closed)

An Indian Restaurant, D’ Bell Singapore selected an unusual location, 43 North Canal Road, opposite Hong Lim Park, Speaker Corner for its establishment. We were pretty surprise for such a choice.

The dining area at the first floor has much cubicle like seating area for some privacy. And at one end, beside the bar was a corner for some cosy group dinning.


D' Bell Singapore - Bar Tables and Chairs on first floor


D' Bell Singapore - First floor


I didn’t notice previously that there is a second floor.


D' Bell Singapore - Lounge


D' Bell Singapore - Private Function Room at second level


On the second floor is the lounge where a private function room is available for events as well.





D’ Bell has introduced a new menu from 1 July 2015 with an introduction of Indian Fusion dishes. A few sections were dedicated to this new introduction such as the pasta with Indian element and pizza on Naan bread. The Indian fusion could also be found on the Entree and Salads too.

With the next few pages, it was devoted to the traditional Indian dishes such as the Curry, Tandoori and Naan.





The Lobster Bisque was a rich & flavourful sautéed lobster with ajwani seeds. The first sip and I went “Wowed!”


D' Bell Singapore - Lobster Bisque


We would rate it as one of the best Lobster Bisque in town.





Aishwarya Amitsari Fish was grilled to perfectness. The moisture were still retained in the fish.


D' Bell Singapore - Aishwarya Amitsari Fish


Dipping with the minty sauce, proved to be even more appetising.





D’ Bell offers quite a variety of curry using various meat; chicken, fish, prawns and mutton. Among the 8 curry on its menu, 3 were vegetarian.


Tik Tik Chicken Masala

The Tik Tik Chicken Masala was sweetish & spicy with tomato hint.


D' Bell Singapore - Tik Tik Chicken Masala


Manichitrathazhu Kerala Fish Curry

Next, we tried the Manichitrathazhu Kerala Fish Curry. A fish version of the butter chicken.


D' Bell Singapore - Manichitrathazhu Kerala Fish Curry


Go Goa Gone Prawn Masala

The other masala dish we tried was Go Goa Gone Prawn Masala. It was less flavourful as compared to the Chicken Masala.


D' Bell Singapore - Go Goa Gone Prawn Masala





I always enjoy Naan and we tried 3 of the flavours.


Kashmiri Naan

Dry Nuts and fruits and flavoured with Cardamom and Rose Petals were sandwiched between the Kashmirir Naan.


D' Bell Singapore - Dangerous Kashmiri Naan


This naan reminded me of Christmas as it has a similar taste with Stollen.


Chilli Cheese Naan

Though the word chilli exist but it wasn’t spicy. The chilli here probably was referring to the bell peppers.


D' Bell Singapore - Cheeky Chilli Cheese Naan


The Naan were sandwiched with Onions, fresh Coriander and Bell Peppers with a layered of Cheddar Cheese on top of the Naan. This tasted very much like a pizza.


Garlic Naan

Garlic Naan, a classic flavour


D' Bell Singapore - Garlic Naan


Remains as our favourite.





Mango Kul is an Indian Ice Cream; using the renowned Alphonso Mango and Cardamom, topped with Pistachio


D' Bell Singapore - Dil Se Mango Kul


First, we savoured an unfamilar taste, very much an acquired taste. Next it was a tangy, fruity creamy mango flavour finishes. I believed the unfamilar taste to be some kind of spice. It turned out to be Cardamom.




We felt D’ Bell does extremely well with its traditional Indian cuisine. While the Indian Fusion may be a good try but comparatively wasn’t as outstanding. We would still prefer D’ Bell to remain as a traditional Indian Restaurant instead.




We will surely go for the Garlic Naan with the Manichitrathazhu Kerala Fish Curry and Aishwarya Amitsari Fish




D’ Bell Singapore

43 North Canal Road Singapore 059299
Tel: +65 6536



Opening Hours


Monday – Friday 1130 to 1430, 1830 to 2300; Saturday 1830 to 2300; Closed on Sundays


Getting There



  • North-East line – Clarke Quay (Exit A) station
  • East-West or North-South line – Raffles Place station


By Bus:

  • alight at Prudential Tower along Cecil Street   57, 131, 167, 700, 971
  • alight opp AIA Tower along Robinson Road   10, 10e, 70, 75, 100, 107, 128, 130, 162, 196, 196e
  • alight at OCBC Centre along Church Street   186 , 970
  • alight at OUE Bayfront along Shenton Way   10, 10e, 57, 70, 75, 100, 107, 128, 130, 131, 162, 167, 196, 196e, 700, 971E
  • alight at Clarke Quay Station along Eu Tong Sen Street   2, 12, 33, 51, 54, 61, 63, 80, 124, 145, 147, 166, 174, 190, 197, 851, 961
  • alight opposite Clarke Quay Station along New Bridge Road   2, 12, 33, 54, 147, 190
  • alight at Boat Quay along South Bridge Road   51, 61, 63, 80, 124, 145, 166, 174, 197, 851, 961


Rating: 8.5/10