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Restaurants in Springvale, Melbourne

 Restaurants in Springvale, Melbourne

You just have to glance at Quandoo's list of restaurants in Melbourne's Springvale district to see that this outer suburb has no lack of big city-style dining options. It's one of the most culturally diverse areas in Melbourne, with a large Indian and Asian population, and this is reflected in some authentically cosmopolitan cuisine. This part of the city is also home to the Sandown Racecourse and International Motor Raceway, so it's a great opportunity to combine a relaxing lunch with some high-speed action.

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Vegie Bowl Restaurant - Springvale

Vegie Bowl Restaurant - Springvale

Springvale
Vegetarian$$$$
5.8/64
Vegie Bowl Restaurant - Springvale
Indian City Restaurant

Indian City Restaurant

Springvale
Indian$$$$
6.0/61
Indian City Restaurant
Street Hot Pot Springvale

Street Hot Pot Springvale

Springvale
Asian$$$$
4.7/63
Street Hot Pot Springvale
Indo Oz

Indo Oz

Springvale
Indian$$$$
4.0/64
Indo Oz

Panj Tara Dhaba

Springvale
Indian$$$$
6.0/61
Panj Tara Dhaba

Taco Bill - Springvale

Springvale
Mexican$$$$
4.6/615
Taco Bill - Springvale

First Taste Soup - Springvale

Springvale
Chinese
5.0/61
First Taste Soup - Springvale

Bharawan Da Dhaba

Springvale
Indian$$$$
4.0/61
Bharawan Da Dhaba
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    Melbourne's Springvale restaurants cook up some spicy fare

    Lovers of Indian food are particularly well served by Melbourne's Springvale restaurants. There's no lack of first-class curry houses like Panj Tara Dhaba on Princess Highway, where you can feast on lamb rogan josh and creamy tandoor butter chicken. Places like Indian City on Queens Avenue have a good line in vegetarian dishes (try the heart-warming mushroom saag) and indulgent kulfi (Indian ice cream) for rounding out the evening. Or, for a change from all that cumin and coriander, First Taste on Windsor Avenue is one of several Chinese eateries serving spring rolls, rice dishes and hotpots.