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Stumbled across this restaurant after looking for somewhere to eat. What a surprise. Food and service was great and good variety of Indian dishes to choose from. Would not hesitate to recommend or return in the future.
From Newcastle and we thought we would try a random place! This was absolutely the best Indian we have ever had, friendly staff and such a nice vibe in the lane way. Very authentic and delicious! We will be back
I travelled to gourmet Curry hut for dinner with some friends and we all absolutely loved our meals. We ordered Shahi Paneer, Butter Chicken, Chicken Saag with some cheese garlic naans and the food had so much flavour and the meat just melted away in...our mouths. The staff are also very accommodating and are extremely friendly. We cannot wait to visit you guys again once you reopen after the lockdown 😀More
Came here for the first time tonight after walking by this place several times prior . The food was absolutely fantastic, the service was excellent and the surrounds are intimate. This place has lots to choose from on the menu , serves alcohol as well..., and the prices are very reasonable considering it’s a city restaurant. We had butter chicken , rogan josh , two different types of naan and wine . Excellent place , do yourself a favour and try this place .More
Had the beef vindaloo, hot lamb korma, rice and plain nann's, heaven on a stick.
The owners are two brothers, one is the cook, who learned his amazing skills, from an Indian cook, who came to Melbourne, many years ago.
The staff are friendly and...accommodating, the food is amazing, the hot lamb korma is the best, Iv'e ever had. The nann's were cooked perfectly, and the Gulam Jamun, were just petrfect
If you go to Melbourne, just go here, you won't be disappointedMore
The staff were very helpful and accommodating. The food was delicious. Would definitely recommend the butter chicken, chicken korma and the goat curry. The goat was so tender, the meat fell apart in your mouth. Excellent meal, thank you :)
I have been coming to this family run restaurant on and off for the past 18 years depending which state my work takes me. This is one of my highlights of Melbourne, enjoying such authentic and perfectly cooked curries with soft and fluffy Naan on...the side.
The staff here are super friendly, always greet you with a smile and tailor your spice level and allergies in their food.
Thanks for you great hospitality and great food. You have a life long regular customer!
Phani (from ACT)More
First night in Melbourne and although generally spoilt for choice it was Good Friday and lots closed or booked out. Then on way back to hotel we stumbled across this gem. Most authentic Indian we have had in ages - goat curry was excellent ....Saw chicken tikka being served to table next to us and with fomo had to order some and was a good decision. Licensed.More
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