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10 Indian Restaurants in Byron Bay

Enjoy classic dishes at Indian restaurants in Byron Bay

Whether you're planning a meal out with friends or family for a special event or want somewhere to take your colleagues after a hard week at work, there are lots of delicious Indian restaurants in Byron Bay to try. You can enjoy classic dishes like butter chicken (chicken roasted in a tandoori oven and cooked in fenugreek leaves) and chicken saag (made with spinach, garlic and fresh tomato), while red meat menu highlights include the lamb korma and the traditional lamb seekh kebab. No matter what your favourite classic subcontinental flavour is, Byron Bay's Indian restaurants will have something for you.

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Bombay To Byron

Byron Bay
Indian$$$$
Bombay To Byron

Moonlight Indian Cuisine

Ashmore
Indian
5.7/614
Moonlight Indian Cuisine

Manihani Indian Restaurant

Broadbeach
Indian
6.0/63
Manihani Indian Restaurant
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Krish Indian Cuisine - Robina

Robina
Indian$$$$
6.0/62
Krish Indian Cuisine - Robina

Aafrein Indian Cuisine

West Burleigh
Indian$$$$
6.0/61
Aafrein Indian Cuisine

Shivalay Indian's

Helensvale
Indian$$$$
6.0/61
Shivalay Indian's

Tandoor & Curry Hut

Labrador
Indian$$$$
5.6/65
Tandoor & Curry Hut

Palms Indian Kitchen

Palm Beach
Indian$$$$
5.7/63
Palms Indian Kitchen

Kahani Indian Restaurant - Kingscliff

Kingscliff
Indian$$$$
5.5/64
Kahani Indian Restaurant - Kingscliff

Kahani Indian Restaurant - Tugun

Robina
Indian$$$$
5.1/67
Kahani Indian Restaurant - Tugun
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    Sample amazing seafood dishes at Indian restaurants in Byron Bay

    As one of Australia's main seaside destinations, there is plenty of freshly sourced seafood available to the chefs at Byron Bay's Indian restaurants. For an authentic taste of the coastal Indian state of Goa, the Goan fish curry on offer at Bombay to Byron on Jonson Street (made with coconut cream, curry leaves and mustard seeds) is a real delight to try, while the Amritsar fish masala (made with fish fried in a chickpea batter then topped with tomato and onion masala sauce) is also delicious. Remember, dishes like these and much more can all be found at restaurants listed on Quandoo. It only takes a minute or two to go through our lists of eateries, find one you like the look of and book online in just a few clicks!
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    Try something vegetarian at Byron Bay's Indian restaurants

    Almost 30% of Indian people have a vegetarian diet, so it's no surprise that the Indian restaurants in Byron Bay have a wide range of vegetable-packed, meat free dishes on their menus. Down at Bombay to Byron you can try delicious dishes such as paneer butter masala (cottage cheese cooked in a creamy tomato sauce and topped with fenugreek), dal tadka (a delectable yellow lentil dish spiced with cumin and coriander) or, for a less hot option, the vegetable korma (made in a mild cashew sauce).
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    Enjoy tea or dessert at Byron Bay's Indian restaurants

    Here at Indian restaurants in Byron Bay, there are plenty of delicious desserts to try. Traditional desserts like gulab jamun (a golden brown dish made with cottage cheese and a cardamom and rose water flavouring) are on the menu, as is authentic and homemade kulfi (ice cream made with a range of flavours) as well as the tandoori cooked chocolate naan (an innovative mixture of sweet and savoury). And if you don't fancy a dessert, simply ask your server for a traditional palate cleansing Indian tea such as chai.