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ONG&ONG | Rang Mahal Pavilion

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Nestled in the luxurious Resorts World Sentosa, Rang Mahal Pavilion serves up authentic Indian cuisine in a traditional setting albeit with a modern twist. The restaurant comprises of a main dining and banquet area, two private function rooms, a kitchen and a restroom.

Musical instruments like sitars and flutes make for unique light fittings, adding cultural flavor to these otherwise ubiquitous fixtures. A wall of bronze traditional pots are stacked together at the entrance, forming an interesting entrance screen. Beyond the screen, diners are welcomed by the statue of Lord Ganesh, the Indian elephant diety, perched over a reflective pond. Fabric panels line the restaurant’s doors and sections of wall and, together with the plush furniture, projects a dignified yet inviting atmosphere for a meal.

Inspired by the vibrant colors and traditions of India, the restaurant’s décor reflect a celebration of Indian cuisine. Rang Mahal Pavilion is testament to the successful fusion of traditional and contemporary design – a result befitting a fine dining establishment such as this.

Interior Design: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd
Client: Rang Mahal Singapore
Location: Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore
Completion: 2009
Photography: See Chee Keong

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