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Shiraaz Indian Restaurant

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by Sue Stevenson (subscribe)
I write essays, short stories and political commentary and believe the colour orange is unfairly discriminated against. suestevensonwriter.wordpress.com
Published November 16th 2011
I've eaten from Shiraaz about 10 times. They're worth coming back for. All the usual suspects are on the menu. I can vouch for the old standby, butter chicken. The tikka masala goes down pretty well also.



The atmosphere inside is really pleasant. It can get a little crowded inside and the waiting staff can be a little over-attentive, but perhaps you are not quite as fussy and particular as I.

I prefer to buy and run. The best takeaway option is the family pack, which is a bargain at 49 bucks and includes three main dishes, two sides, rice, naan, raita, pappadums and chutney. Good value, better taste.

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Why? Tastes good.
When: Open for dinner: Tuesday-Sunday 5.30-10.00 pm. Open for lunch: Thursday 12-2 pm Open by prior arrangement Mondays
Where: 4/1206 Burwood Highway, Upper Ferntree Gully (corner Dawson Street)
Cost: Mains around the $14-16 mark. Cheaper for takeaway
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