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Published November 5th 2011
Pakora, pappadum, Korma, firm favourite Butter Chicken, Tandoori cutlets, chutney, raita, Malai Kofta (my favourite); all words that make me super happy and super hungry. Indian food is absolutely delicious, such vast amount of flavour from all the amazing spices and so much variety.
Variety of curries
With plenty to tantalise the less adventurous palate as well as those of us after a hit of heat and just as many options for vegetarians as there are for the omnivores, it aims to please. Just pop me down with a big bowl of rice, smothered in curry and a hefty piece of garlic naan and I'm a happy gal.
Since finding my newest emporium of Indian food satisfaction, I have been most content. Khana Khazana is a tiny hole in the wall in a less than enticing strip of shops on the highway in a little suburb called Asquith. Yet, with all of that going against it, the absolutely lovely staff and chefs can make beautiful Indian food to blow your socks off and make you forget all about the somewhat underwhelming location.
I'm always happy, in fact, eager, to try new foods and new restaurants offering my favourite cuisines. So I would love to find some more star restaurants of the Indian persuasion to get stuck into the irresistible syrupy, Gulab Jamun at.
So if you know of somewhere offering an undeniable feast of Indian flavour, please do let me know, where the best Indian restaurant in Sydney is.
I would say Taj Indian, small veg restaurant in Harris Park.
Zaffran in CBD, expensive but nice.
Himalyas in Granville and in near Strathfield too (Pakistani Restaurant) we eat nihari ( a kind of beef/lamb curry every week from here).
Bindu Khan in North Sydney
Billus at Epping and Harris Park, even Cricketers from India eat here.
You should check out the Indian restaurants in Campbelltown for the excellent food and service. you should come out to Campbelltown and Camden areas to eat at the numerous restaurants. We are lucky to have a large variety of excellent food and service.
Abhi's at North Strathfield is great for a special occassion-a little expensive but good service and atmosphere. Just down the road at Concord West Roshani does great food but have take away as the restaurant is totally lacking in atmosphere
The Tulsi in Double Bay is absolutely great!
Northern indian cuisine, something a little different from your standard tikka marsala and all very reasonable on price. Friendly too, plus they deliver with an easy to use on line ordering website:
I would say two Indian Restaurants.. In the Sydney City there is Zaaffran (http://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Sydney-zaaffran.aspx)
The other I loved Indian food is called Curry House in Thornleigh. Wonderful food, not so expensive. Check it out..
If you fancy something a little more flash try Urban Tadka in Terrey Hills. A purpose built venue, they are an Indian restaurant, bar and function centre serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, tapas, you name it. Not easy to find and a little pricier but this is a lot more than your usual suburban curry house. They also allow BYO, have offstreet parking and you can check them out on their website. Its pretty flash.
No doubt being a foodie person I have visited many restaurants because I love to explore more food places and want to taste the different dishes. With the help of my few foodie friends, I have made a list of the best Indian Restaurants in Harris Park. And on top of them is my favorite restaurant- Billuís Indian Eatery but there are some others also which I am not denying.
Billuís Indian Eatery is exclusive in specializing in the cuisine of north and south India. In South Indian, dishing up dosas i.e. rice flour pancakes further stuffed with delicious fillings like cottage cheese, spicy chicken. They offer exquisite Indian Cuisine that is cooked with perfection with a judicial blend of spices.