Bamiyan Restaurant on Century Circuit in Baulkham Hills brings thousands of years of tradition to the north-western suburbs of Sydney, with a range of kebabs, rice dishes and curries that are sure to delight those who make the journey out to their location, just as they delighted those who caravanned across central Asia all those years ago. Located right on Strangers Creek in Norwest Business Park close to the Hospital for Specialist Surgery, Sydney Ice Arena and Castle Hill Country Club, the restaurant features waterfront views that add to the ambience. This is where you can find some of the city’s very best Afghan food, so make sure to reserve a table in advance to snag a seat.
Our first experience trying an Afghani cuisine and was absolutely thrilled at the flavours. The food was delicious. The service was fantastic, if anything was probably asked too many times if were enjoying ourselves. Otherwise, great location and a beautiful meal to introduce us to such delicious food.
Food tasty. Service good. A little noisy. More people than we expected but tables set apart.
This was second visit, did not disappoint, will return soon
Bamiyan in Afghanistan is a town with thousands of years of historical and cultural significance. Situated in the centre of the country and at a key position along the Silk Road, the town has been a staging post for travellers and traders for centuries and a meeting point between China, India, Iran and the Middle East, and thus it isn’t surprising that the cuisine of Bamiyan is influenced by all of those that passed through it. At Bamiyan Restaurant on Baulkham Hills’ Century Circuit, you can taste just how varied and unique Afghan cuisine can be.
The length of the menu at Bamiyan Restaurant in Sydney says it all. Here you’ll find everything ranging from shareable entrees like their amazing kadoo bolanee (a flat bread stuffed with potato, chopped onions, spices and coriander pan-fried with yogurt sauce, available only Fridays and Saturdays) to unique desserts like their amazing traditional saffron ice cream with falooda. Vegetarians have several main courses to choose from including the delightful banjan boranee, a popular eggplant dish. There’s a lot more to choose from at Sydney’s Bamiyan Restaurant like lamb, beef, and Afghan dumplings, so visit often and try something new every time. Reserve ahead of time to ensure a table at this busy Baulkham Hills restaurant.