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We offer, melt in your mouth authentic Indian cuisine, including fresh salads, delicate kebabs and delicious curries and naan breads. Also soak in the view from our restaurant on the 1st floor, offering the remarkables and Walter peak. Perfect for bigger groups (Large separate dinning area), intimate dinning and takeaways.
This restaurant was a hidden-gem in my recent trip to Queenstown. I've dined at Indian restaurants previously with Michelin stars (Tamarind in London), so I had very high expectations. The meal began with garlic naan and rice, which paired well together. The bread had a...More
The reviews on TripAdviser about the grotty venue are absolutely right, the place is in major need of a facelift however the food was the best Indian we have tasted in New Zealand and we have tried quite a few. The lamb Madras in particular...More
We chanced up on the place by accident when we were looking around for Indian food. the ambiance was nothing great to write home about, but they more than made up for it with the service and the quality of food. We ordered a mix...More
We generally stop in whenever we go to Queenstown and its always been very good. This time was not so great. Same staff as last time who were great as always but the food was a bit of a let down this time round. Stale...More
They accepted our booking for 8 at short notice and made us very welcome.
Restaurant has a large number of tables to accommodate large groups, and for us that night it wasn't very busy.
Nice menu, friendly staff and well prepared dishes. Great services throughout...More
We started with the onion bajji, then mains of saagwali and biryani— both fantastic— with a side of garlic and cheese naan. Everything was delicious, authentic-feeling, but still accessible to international taste buds. The service was A+, the atmosphere modern but also a little bit...More