For 15 years Ginger Indian has been delighting customers with their authentic North Indian Mughlai cuisine. Located within a charming cottage that boasts a quaint white picket fence, they offer delicious homestyle Indian food made with love.
For nearly 25 years Dosa Plaza has been serving up the most delicious Indian fare to hungry locals. Fully vegetarian, the menu consists of a great range of dosas, appetisers and curry dishes which are served with Indian sodas, mocktails and lassis.
Taking inspiration from traditional Indian street food, Chatkazz is a lively and unpretentious fast-food style eatery. It serves up an outstanding menu of over 200 authentic, vegetarian snacks and dishes, that are packed with flavour and fragrance.
Successfully presenting a menu of traditional recipes and contemporary fare, Foreign Return Kitchen & Bar will expand your culinary horizons. A popular Indian restaurant, it presents delicious spice-infused cocktails and tasty, authentic food.
Offering a dining experience that will transport you straight to India, Not Just Curries are an institution in Balmain. Located on Darling Street, they offer an outstanding selection of dishes that feature home ground spices. Boasting a traditional clay oven, their succulent tandoor cooked kebabs are a treat to all your senses.
A decade or so ago there were not that many Indian restaurants in Sydney, but in recent years that genre of cuisine has really started to take off. From the rich, thick curries of the north of India, and the flavoursome coconut milk dishes of the south, to the wonderfully spiced seafood of the Gujarat and the delicious street food of Kerala, there are now a wide range of outstanding restaurants in and around the city. I love a good curry and go out to eat one on a fairly […]
A stalwart on Cleveland Street, Maya Da Dhaba is a classic Indian restaurant. Replete with chandeliers and wooden furniture it specialises in dishing up the most authentic and delicious banquets of curries, dahls and other mouthwatering Indian dishes.
With so many Indian restaurants in Surry Hills, it’s hard to stand out but Masala Theory successfully does this with a motto that champions ‘taste above all’. A hip and trendy Indian restaurant that emits a retro vibe, it serves up classic dishes that showcase fresh, healthy ingredients.
Here at Itihaas, we endeavour to create an traditonal Indian gourmet experience which elevates the emotional and physical well-being of our guests. A 70 seat contemporary restaurant in the heart of the Parramatta, Itihaas is named after the history of indian cuisine which exist from ancient days with all its exotic ingredients, unfamiliar dishes and tongue tingling flavours. Our team of chefs have worked in the finest luxury restaurants and trained by the grand master chef of Indian cuisine.
Traditional is definitely not the style of Indian food they offer at Don’t Tell Aunty. Instead, their elevated menu of fusion street cuisine is as innovative as it is delicious. Served within a relaxed venue with colourful decor, they also offer a fabulous range of lassi too.
The closest thing you will get to the gastronomy of Delhi without leaving Australia, Delhi ‘O’ Delhi has been serving quality Indian cuisine in Newtown for over a decade. They’ve won the prestigious R&CA Awards for Excellence in NSW for 3 years in a row!