Indian dishes get a whimsical makeover at Firangi Superstar

The menu, termed modern Indian, is made up of whimsical reimaginings of the subcontinent's cuisine. ST PHOTOS: WONG AH YOKE
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SINGAPORE - Not many restaurants here wow with their decor, but Firangi Superstar, which opened in Craig Road about three weeks ago, is so lavish I dare say it lives up to its pompous name.

Firangi is Indian slang for white foreigner and the restaurant looks like a movie set of colonial India - one seen through the rose-tinted lens of the upper class.

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