Where to eat, shop and play Indian style in Sydney
You know them as doctors, taxi drivers, gas station attendants, IT guys, international students, Parramatta residents… and the nerdy kids at your children’s school who manage to do well at sport as well as public speaking. Jai Hos.
But, how well do you know Sydney’s Indian community?
Top 20 places to eat Indian food in Sydney:
1. Urban Tadka – 321 Mona Vale Road, Terrey Hills
2. Abhi’s Indian Restaurant – 163 Concord Rd, North Strathfield
3. Manjit’s Indian Restaurant – 360 Darling St, Balmain
4. Nilgiri’s – 81 Christie Street, St Leonards
5. Maya Tandoori – Level 1/472 Cleveland St, Surry Hills
6. Zaaffraan – Level 2, 10 Darling Drive, Harbourside Centre, Darling Harbour
7. Thousand Spices – 23 The Crescent, Homebush
8. Bijolias – Shop 5/540, Sydney Road (opposite Commonwealth Bank), Seaforth
9. Mantra and Dragon House Indo-Chinese – 1037 Victoria Rd, West Ryde
10. Maharaja’s Haveli – 14 Douglas Rd, Quakers Hill
11. Castle Taj – 12 / 3-9 Terminus St, Castle Hill
12. Indian Fusion – 114 Yarrara Rd, Pennant Hills
13. Kings Indian – 40 Phillip St, Parramatta
14. Anjappar Chettinad – 104, Church Street, Parramatta
15. Hyderabad House – 21 Hassall St, Parramatta
16. Billu’s – 62 Wigram St, Harris Park
17. Taj – 91 Wigram St, Harris Park
18. Maya Vegetarian – 470, Cleveland St. Surry Hills
19. Durga Paan & falooda House – 3/14-20 Station St E, Harris Park
20. Manjit’s Concord Function Centre – 138-144 Majors Bay Road, Concord
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Urban Tadka is the winner of Savour Australia – 2013 Award for Excellence, nominated for Chef’s Hat (Australian Good Food and Travel Guide).
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