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Royal Time Indian Restaurant

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by Neil Follett (subscribe)
I'm a retired photographer living in Lilydale mainly researching and writing on Australian aviation history. Now writing more on general subjects.
Published May 26th 2019
Food fit for a King
Restaurant sign
We are here.

Royal Time is not large, but their menu is, listing over 140 items. Although the restaurant is now the combination of two former individual shops, the tables are well spread out and you don't get the feeling you are almost sharing tables with other diners.

Restaurant interior
Plenty of space for everyone.

Pappadams and dips were on the table for us to enjoy while we perused the extensive menu.

We were in a group of four and chose two entrees, three mains and rice to share, together with the ever popular naan bread.

Or entrée choice of samosas and spinach pakora.

With such a large choice of menu items, we were all able to decide on dishes that suited everyone.

Indian food.
Our three mains of chicken, beef and lamb.

The time from ordering to when our entrée arrived was quick and the timing of the arrival of our mains was pleasantly suitable. The first impression was that the serves were small, but the four of us just managed to finish each one. Appearances can be deceiving.

Diners at table
Ready to go.

The cost, including corkage for a bottle of BYO wine was $114-00.

Restaurant exterior
Very inviting when lit up at night.

We left sated and satisfied.

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When: Open 5.00 pm – 10.30 pm Tuesday to Sunday / Closed on Mondays.
Where: Royal Time Indian Restaurant 260 Main Street, Lilydale. (Next to post office.)
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