Subscribe      List an Event or Business      Invite a Writer      Write for WN      Writers      Other Locations
list an event      1 million Australian readers every month      facebook

Marigold Indian Restaurant

Home > Melbourne > Food and Wine | Restaurants
by Kaye Roberts-Palmer (subscribe)
Kaye Roberts-Palmer is a local culture enthusiast and garden designer who loves all things green and groovy and getting out and about. Discover more of her ponderings at:
Published September 30th 2015
Satisfy those curry cravings
The Marigold Indian Restaurant is a cheerful cosy spot with its own fire place well spaced table settings, cushions on the seats and friendly staff.

Marigold Indian Restaurant
As cosy as it looks

With over 70 dishes and side dishes to try, it's sure to satisfy those random Indian food cravings.

My friend and I arranged to go there because she enjoyed the meals and I knew it was reasonably priced; a good thing when I just had to pay my car rego!

For entrée my friend gave me one her tandoori drumsticks to try and I had that dilemma of food envy until I bit into the samosa I'd ordered. I love a good samosa, it's almost a meal in itself and this was no exception stuffed with hot spicy potato, green peas and herbs.

For mains, I devoured the Palak Paneer with home made cottage cheese cooked with blended fresh spinach with roasted spices and cream. We also ordered the Eggplant Masala, eggplant and potato sautéed with cumin seed and seasoned with selected herbs and spices.

Because we couldn't go past ordering a curry, we settled on the Marigold special goat curry cooked in traditional Nepalese style with aromatic roasted spices, garnished with fresh herbs.

There was plenty of other dishes to try from Prawn Malai to the favourite lamb vindaloo so its sure to cater to various tastes.

It's fresh, comfy and cheerful and don't forget to try the Marigold special mushroom naan.
Help us improve  Click here if you liked this article  14
Share: email  facebook  twitter
Why? Marigold special goat curry cooked Nepalese style
When: Saturday and Sunday 6pm to 10.30pm
Phone: (03) 9486 4700
Where: 153 Queens Parade Clifton Hill
Cost: Dishes from $12 to $18
Your Comment
There is certainly no shortage of culinary choice in Melbourne, just one of the many advantages of multi-culturalism.
by Gayle Beveridge (score: 3|6964) 1446 days ago
The website link points to a restaurant called "Marigold Restaurant" on the Sunshine Coast. There doesn't seem to be a website for this restaurant, which is called "Marigold Indian Restaurant".
by Lorra (score: 0|8) 1443 days ago
Articles from other cities
Foodi Photoh Classie
Top Events
Popular Articles