Find out what Indian restaurants to try in Point Cook including Priya Indian Restaurant, All India Curry Company, Minar Point Cook, Dosa Hut Point Cook, Jai Ho Indian Restaurant - Hoppers Crossing, Berrybean Cafe, Dosa Plaza, Dosa Bite, Sweet India
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No doubt. They have variety, quality, service and fair price. They samosas are great, easy them hot and fresh. Yes they run out of samosas quickly. You can't blame them for the demand and the fact they lose money on samosas to attract customers. This is my go to place for sweets in Melbourne.
Dropped in after a late night and tried a take-away curry. The food was probably the best Indian I have tasted in Australia. The Szechuan was really hot and the butter chicken was tasty but mild.The size portions were generous and the value for money was excellent.I will definately be going back.
3 based on 29 reviews
I recently had my daughters birthday organized at this place and service at this place is the worst I have seen in Melbourne.it was so disappointing and embarassing too.Quantity and quality of the food was not up to the mark.This is definitely not a place for any functions.only thing they are looking for is just to make money by giving you the worst service.
I went into this little cafe a couple of days ago and was pleasantly surprised by the good food and the service. Food was served promptly and the cup of masala tea was just sheer delight on a cold winter night.
4 based on 35 reviews
Do not go here expecting to get out in a reasonable time.Honestly the food is great,very tasty, quite authentic and great tasting.The wait staff are whimsical and keep forgetting to bring orders.Kitchen is extremely slow, very slow, awfully slow though take away orders seem to be going out all the time. someone needs to lick the service into shape and it would be a great place
Our experience of dinning at this wonderfully decorated (having the 'Im in India' vibe) was surprisingly very pleasant and nice.Everything that we ordered was yummy but clearly, the chicken biryani (but too salty) and Kara Masala Dosa were the winning dishes.The Chicken Kadai or Kolhapur (don't clearly remember the name), although not like what we usually have, was yum yet too salty. Garlic Maan was salty as well.Mango lassi was not even close to being sweet but tasted perfect after adding sugar in it.Had it not been for the salt content it deserves a 4 / 5 rating.Service was efficient, and meal was pocket-friendly. No prize for guessing it right...Ample of vegetarian and vegan food available.
Living near by and this is the closest Indian restaurant. Few years back food wasn't good but now they seem to have improved the quality. Some food are very very very spicy and even sometimes asking them to make it less spicy does not seems to help. If you like spicy food these dishes may suite you. Most other dishes are not the best but they are ok to good. Over the time the quality has improved. But there are still gaps.What I mostly like here is the service. Weather you dine in or take away the service is very good. Few of the staff members are very friendly and caring. Hope they will keep improving and become one of the best Indian restaurants in Melbourne. I can see that they have lot of potential.
Ordered take away from here many a times. The place is a little small and not well decorated for an eat in restaurant. The first time was so delicious, accommodated our requests to modify dishes, was lovely to talk to as well. Lately the dishes have been getting worse, still nice but just not like it used to be. They are less friendly and seem to get the orders wrong more often than not. Still alright but used to be great. Might just be a rough patch though.
4 based on 63 reviews
Will definitely return to this establishment. Four of us arrived 5.30PM Sunday night ... somewhat reluctantly having read some of the negative reviews on TripAdvisor. In our case we found Priyas excellent. Staff were friendly, our orders taken promptly and we didn't have to wait long for the food to arrive. Servings were ample, to say the least. We put all the items in the middle of the table to share ... I would recommend to order LESS than one meal per person as we struggled to finish what we had! A nice touch was our waitress who offered to place what we hadn't finished into a container to take home. As tempting as dessert might have been, there was no room in our tummies!
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