About Bamiyan Restaurant - Five Dock
About the restaurant
The city of Bamiyan in central Afghanistan is one of the most historic in the country, with a heritage that goes back to the 4th century and a pivotal role in the history of the region. The Silk Road ran right through the city, and the traders that walked that route brought their traditions with them, particularly their culinary practices, and Afghan cuisine is a great example of this. At Bamiyan Afghan Restaurant in Sydney’s Five Dock, they offer an introduction to all of these legacies. Begin with a beef-stuffed steamed dumpling, a vestige of nearby China, before following it up with an Iranian-influenced pallow rice, cooked in saffron, spices and chicken. Add into the mix a huge range of curries from nearby Pakistan and India and you’re well on the way to a great feed: all you need to go is to book a table at Bamiyan and then set a course for First Avenue in Five Dock in the Inner West of Sydney.