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					Indian Restaurants in Sydney                                                                                                       09/08


These restaurants are most convenient for those who want a relaxing walk from their hotel to
a local restaurant. Additionally, they are also well placed for visitors coming from or going to
attractions close by, including the IMAX theatre, the Sydney Aquarium, the Convention and
Entertainment Centres, the Lyric Theatre at Star City and harbour cruises docking at King
Street Wharf.

 Karma
 “Local and fresh” is Karma’s mantra, relying heavily on local produce from Australia’s productive terrains to forge a unique culinary
 identity. If there is something you can’t find on the menu, their chefs are flexible with special requests, and can assist with advice on the
 best wine to add value to each course. Lunch Monday to Friday 12pm to 2.30pm. Dinner Monday to Saturday 5.30pm till late.
 44 Bridge Street, Sydney
 Tel: +61 2 9247 9930
 www.karmarestaurant.com.au

 Viva Goa
 Located in a beautiful heritage cottage made of red clinker brick at Pyrmont with an outside courtyard,
 this is one of Sydney’s only specialists in Goan food. Lunch Tuesday to Friday 12pm to 2.30pm. Dinner Monday to Sunday 6pm to
 10.30pm
 2 Scott Street, Pyrmont
 Tel: +61 2 9566 1311
 www.vivagoa.com.au

 India Quay
 India Quay features a wide variety of traditional and fusion dishes that will enhance your dining pleasure and uplift your soul.
 Vegetarian and take away menus are available. Restaurant is licensed. Lunch Tuesday to Sunday 12pm to 2.30pm. Dinner Tuesday to
 Sunday 6pm to 10.30pm.
 2 Phillip Street, Sydney
 Tel: +61 2 9251 7722
 www.indiaquay.com.au
Indian Restaurants in Sydney cont’d
Zaaffran
Zaaffran was founded by two brothers whose dream was to serve the kind Indian food their mums would make. Combine this with
some of Sydney’s most amazing city views and an open air balcony and you’ll understand why this is a favourite for visitors to
Sydney. Lunch 12pm-2.30pm 7 days. Dinner Sunday to Thursday 6pm-9.30pm and Friday to Saturday 6pm to 10.15pm.
Level 2, Harbourside Shopping Centre, Darling Harbour
Tel: +61 2 9211 8900
www.zaaffran.com.au

Jaipur Sweets
This sweet shop-style eatery on the edge of the CBD brings the flavour and essence of Rajasthan to Sydney. Jaipur Sweets
specialises in all kinds of sweets and a range of traditional foods from all over India. Open from 10.30am to 10.30pm 7 days
188 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
Tel: +61 2 9280 1111
www.jaipursweets.com

Vrindavan Indian
Close to Star City and Darling Harbour, this restaurant prides itself on being able to meet the special dietary requirements of people
looking for select regional Indian food, halal items and hard to get Jain cuisine at very short notice. Lunch Wednesday to Saturday
11.30am to 2.30pm. Dinner 5pm to 11pm 7 nights a week.
261 Harris Street, Pyrmont
Tel: +61 2 9566 1135
www.vrindavan.com.au

Maya Da Dhaba
One of Surry Hills best known Indian restaurants and a local’s favourite. Reasonably priced authentic
Indian cuisine representing both north and south Indian specialities. The menu has a significant
portion dedicated to vegetarian dishes. Bar Cleveland, immediately next door, has a bottle shop for the
purchase of beer and wine. Lunch 12pm to 3pm. Dinner 5.30pm to 11pm
431 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills
Tel: +61 2 8399 3785
www.maya.net.au

Bombay Lounge
There’s a larger selection of dishes here than is generally seen in a restaurant that caters so heavily for takeaway customers. In
addition to the well-known favourites, there are more than a few unknowns on the menu. Diners choosing to eat in can take pleasure
in the stylish silver chairs and very helpful staff. Open daily 10am to 1am.
624 Crown Street, Surry Hills
Tel: +61 2 9699 6366




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Indian Restaurants in Sydney cont’d
Delhi ’O’ Delhi
Delhi ‘O’ Delhi, tucked quietly one block behind busy King Street and boasting a sophisticated dining room with plush banquettes and
a classy yet cosy ambience, has received some of the highest local reviews of any eatery in Newtown. Diners who fondly
remember‘Oh Calcutta’ which closed in 2006 will delight in learning that Chef Abul Bashar now mans the pans at Delhi ‘O’ Delhi.
Dinner Sunday to Thursday 5.30pm to 10.30pm, Friday to Saturday 5.30pm to11pm.
Shop 1, 3-13 Erskineville Road, Newtown
Tel: +61 2 9557 4455

Holy Cow
Traditional North Indian dishes prepared with skill and attention. The menu offers a large range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian
dishes as well as tandoori breads and meats and healthy alternatives for the weight and diet conscious. Great prices and a youthful
crowd. Dinner Tuesday to Sunday 5pm to 10.30pm.
456 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills
Tel: +61 2 9698 9220
www.holycowfood.com

Maya India Sweets (Indian Desserts and ‘chat’)
Whilst cafeteria-style in appearance, the wide variety of dosas, pleasing Thali plates offering several tastes in small bowls, and the
impressive array of hard-to-find Indian sweets makes this vegetarian restaurant come sweet shop a local favourite. Open daily
10.30am to 10.30pm.
468-472 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills
Tel: +61 2 9699 8663
www.maya.net.au

Tamana’s On Top
Tamana’s On Top brings Bollywood to Newtown taking you to the next level of Indian food and
entertainment. Bollywood film songs play on the plasma screens with Bollywood dancing on Friday and Saturday nights. Tamana’s
On Top provides a wide range of delicacies from the north to the south of India including seafood. Lunch Friday only 11.30am to
2.30pm. Dinner Tuesday to Sunday 5.30pm til late.
Level 1, 196 King Street, Newtown
Tel: +61 2 9557 6399
www.tamanasontop.com.au

Aki’s Indian Restaurant
Aki’s serves pleasing Indian-spiced plates,–big and small, with a contemporary twist. Carefully considered main courses cover the
regions, peppered with curry leaves, fragrant with cardamom or rich in coconut milk. Banquet menu and A La Carte menu available.
menus change seasonally. Restaurant is licensed. Lunch Sunday to Friday 12pm to 3pm. Dinner daily 6pm to 10pm.
1/6 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo Wharf
Tel: +61 2 9332 4600
www.akisindian.com.au




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Indian Restaurants in Sydney cont’d
Le Bukhara
Le Bukhara serves an extensive selection of the highest standard in Indian Cuisine with a unique touch of Mauritian cooking. The
menu’s Mauritian touches remain a worthy point of difference and borrow heavily from that area’s French, Creole and Indian
heritage. Restaurant is licensed. Most of the menu is also available as takeaway. Dinner Sunday to Thursday 5.30pm to 10.30pm,
Friday and Saturday 5.30pm to 11pm.
Upstairs, 55 Bay Street, Double Bay
Tel: +61 2 9363 5510
www.bukhararestaurant.com.au

Flavour Of India
Flavour of India enjoys status as one of Sydney’s most awarded Indian restaurants. The dining room extends over two levels, with
carved wooden mirror frames, wrought-iron railings and chandeliers blending East and West design with minimal clutter. The menu
includes most of the classics, including a wide selection of southern Indian dishes. Lunch Friday only 12pm to 2.30pm. Dinner
Monday to Sunday 6pm to 11 pm.
128 New South Head Road, Edgecliff
Tel: +61 2 9326 2659
www.flavourofindia.com.au


India Down Under
An arched doorway welcomes customers into this well known restaurant, which is adorned in traditional paintings and ornaments.
Inside, tables sit by quaint arch-top windows, creating a decidedly charming atmosphere. Meals are prepared using some of the
oldest traditions of Indian cooking. Lunch Wednesday to Friday 12pm to 3pm. Dinner daily 5.30pm to 11pm.
44-46 Macleay Street, Potts Point
Tel: +61 2 9357 7071
www.indiadownunder.com.au

Tandoori Palace
Thanks to its versatility this unique restaurant is buzzing all week long. At street level you’ll discover an innovative a la carte
restaurant (with dishes including orange masala duck and lamb apple korma) and downstairs you’ll find the karaoke party room,
ideal for groups. Dinner daily 5pm til late. Lunch by appointment.
86 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
Tel: +61 2 9331 7072
www.tandooripalace.com.au

Planet Bollywood
Planet Bollywood is a restaurant, bar, café and theatre all in one. Visitors to this restaurant can choose from a sumptuous dining
experience to entertainment, divine cocktails, karaoke or watching the latest release from the unique Bollywood film industry. Ideal
for large groups or pre-dinner drinks at the award winning Kama Sutra Bar. Dinner Tuesday to Thursday 5pm to 11pm. Friday and
Saturday 5pm to 2am.
24 Bay Street, Double Bay
Tel: +61 2 9362 5222
www.planetbollywood.com.au




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Indian Restaurants in Sydney cont’d
Tanjore Indian Restaurant
Whilst Tanjore specialises in traditional tandoori food, the menu also features an interesting mix of north and south Indian fare. The
décor is pleasant and uncluttered, with formal sit-down service and white-linen tables complimented by traditional Indian paintings
and artwork gracing the walls. Special attention is paid here to tailoring the level of spice to individual customers’ tastes. Lunch
Thursday to Friday 11.30am to 3pm. Dinner daily 5pm to 10pm.
34 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
Tel: +61 2 9660-6332


Malabar South Indian Restaurant
Visitors to this restaurant are immediately struck by the almost-life-sized black and white mural depicting life in colonial times, with
crowds of Indians swathed in veils around a procession of royal elephants. This local’s favourite offers some of the most traditional
dishes from the Malabar Coast as well as more contemporary Indian food. Lunch Wednesday to Sunday 12pm to 3pm. Dinner daily
5.30pm to 11pm.
6/274 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst
Tel: +61 2 9332 1755
www.malabarcuisine.com.au

Darbar
Darbar’s emphasis on southern Indian dishes, combined with its unique and beautiful setting of sandstone walls, pillars, miniature
garden and enormous fireplace make it something a little unusual in the way of Indian restaurants. Fine dining in an historic setting
have seen this restaurant receive regular strong reviews. Lunch Tuesday to Sunday 12pm to 2.30pm. Dinner Sunday to Thursday
5pm to 10.30pm, Friday and Saturday 5pm to 11pm
134 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
Tel: +61 2 9660 5666
www.darbar.com.au


Indian Restaurants In The Blue Mountains
Arjuna Indian Restaurant                                              Zycca Indian Restaurant
16 Valley Road, Katoomba                                              54 Waratah Street, Katoomba
Tel: +61 2 4782 4662                                                  Tel: +61 2 4782 5536


Indian Restaurants in Port Stephens
Taj Tandoori Indian Restaurant
Upstairs, 17-19 Stockton Street, Nelson Bay
Tel: +61 2 4981 5521


Indian Restaurants in the Hunter Valley
The Only Place Indian Restaurant                                      Taj Mahal Indian Restaurant
539 High Street, Maitland                                             218 John Street, Singleton
Tel: +61 2 4933 4733                                                  Tel: +61 2 6572 2959




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Indian Restaurants cont’d
Indian Restaurants in Wollongong and the South Coast
Ghedia’s Indian Restaurant                     Aamaru Indian Restaurant
123 Corrimal Street, Wollongong                241 Princes Highway, Corrimal
Tel: +61 2 4227 3394                           Tel: +61 2 4285 5710
www.ghedias.com.au
Manjit’s Indian Restaurant                     Indian Experience Restaurant
Unit 4, 264-268 Princes Highway, Corrimal      31 Clyde Street, Batemans Bay
Tel: +61 2 4285 7970                           Tel: +61 2 4472 6181

Tajmahal Indian Restaurant                     Maliks Indian Cuisine
47 Owen Street, Huskisson                      26-28 Queen Street, Lake Illawarra
Tel: +61 2 4441 7775                           Tel: +61 2 4297 1200




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