Reviews on Indian food in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia including Flavour of India, Malabar South Indian Restaurant in Darlinghurst, The Grand Pavilion, The Taste of Village, Dhakshin South Indian Restaurant, not just curries, Itihaas Indian Restaurant, The Spice Room
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4 based on 974 reviews
Authentic Indian cuisine specialising in Peshawari style cooking located on Sydney Harbour, Circular Quay
Been there couple of times for lunch and dinner during our visit to Sydney as tourists. Both veg and non-veg Indian cuisine is served. Even liquor is served. Quite popular among Indians as well as other Nationalities. Since itâs a small restaurant, lot of noise has to be expected. Good and tasty food.
4 based on 90 reviews
Here at Itihaas, we endeavour to create an traditonal Indian gourmet experience which elevates the emotional and physical well-being of our guests. â A 70 seat contemporary restaurant in the heart of the Parramatta, Itihaas is named after the history of i
We were looking for a place with vegan options, as two of our daughters are vegetarian, and the other is vegan, so we settled on Itihaas, as Parramatta is pretty central to all of us. We were pleasantly surprised by the choices, understanding many places can't/don't cater for vegans, and we had decided all six of us would eat vegan to make sharing dishes easier. There were enough vegan options to allow us to order five different mains, rice, and two breads, and all the food was delicious. My favourite was Rajasthani Bhindi, "a delicacy of tender baby okra sauteed with mango powder and tomatoes". the service was excellent, and Happy Hour from 5 -7pm with $5 Kingfisher beer added to the night. Can recommend the house Shiraz, also. We'll be back!
4 based on 711 reviews
Have tried different items of their menu all together and really enjoyed them. Took our order even though we were too late. They tried to serve us their best. Chefs are working hard to cope with the volume of orders, no doubt.
4 based on 205 reviews
We've been here a number of times, and the food never fails to impress. Well done!On our most recent visit, we had the chicken chettinad, beef vindaloo, and smoked eggplant. All brilliant. And you must try the chicken 65 and the dosas.The only area for improvement would be the heat of the curries. The vindaloo could have been spicier, but the flavours were still fantastic.
5 based on 109 reviews
We take inspiration from the Indian villages from the different regions of the country and present to you a traditional Indian cuisine which is the core of our menu, from the vast culinary regions of India. Here featuring on the menu are the most celebrat
The restaurant is on the Liverpool Road in Burwood and getting parking can be a challenge. The food here is awesome and authentic Indian. We had the vegetable platter, assortment of breads, village special chicken curry and paneer kurchan. All of them were lip smacking good.The ambiance is ok but not fine dining. The service is very friendly and prompt.
4 based on 248 reviews
We, The Grand Pavilion, have a passion for pure flavor, quality ingredients, and for creating an atmosphere that is convivial, approachable, and a heaven for people who simply love food. The Grand Pavilion Indian Restaurant emerge to be a huge success in
In our recent trip, after sick of eating all continental food, thought we will treat ourselves to a good Indian place. This place was our pick. When we reached , we were nervous as many tables was empty on a Friday eve, but the food did not disappointThere were lot of veg options. We enjoyed the food.The service was good The price was affordable, but bit surprised they charge for pickles etcBut overall great experience
4 based on 525 reviews
The culinary corner stone in the heart of Darlinghurst, Malabar enjoys a long-held reputation for excellence in food, wine and hospitality. Executive Chef Mohammed celebrates carefully sourced local ingredients from nearby farmer's market, where he collab
Authentic delicious food, some very attentive Indian Waiters. Lovely Decore, love the very oversized glasses. View of the passing parade and fire station at The Cross is the best to be had. Weâre regulars, it was so lovely to meet The Restauranteur last evening whoJails from Kerala, in Southern India where weâd visited a few years back. LOVED INDIA.Parking can be tricky. However Kings Cross Parking Station is a five minute walk.
4 based on 552 reviews
Flavour of India is a proud restaurant institution in Sydney, often referred to as the best Indian restaurant in Sydney - our menu captures flavours and cooking styles from every corner of the beautiful continent that is India.
This is a multi award-winning restaurant, the best Indian cuisine in Sydney! The executive chef of 20 years, 'Hyatt' and his wonderful team really put their hearts, souls and so much love into every dish. This is evident from basic naan breads to the tandor delights! â´â´â´â´â´ highly recommend a visit, alternatively order delivery... you will NOT be disappointed! Hi Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback, we highly appropriate it, hope to see you soon. Regards Flavour of India Edgecliff
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