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Located in the beautiful seaside town of Inverloch in southern Victoria, down the coast from Melbourne in Gippsland, Chutney Bar is a landmark in the community for authentic Indian cuisine. As the name suggests, there’s a whole lot of homemade Indian chutney on offer here, best combined with naan fresh from the tandoor and a selection of this curry house’s fragrant, spicy dishes. Find Chutney Bar along Williams Street at the corner of High Street.
The food was nice but it took for ever to get our food. Apparently they were two chefs down and it was busy with takeaway and a large group of 30 people and it was a long weekend BUTnno one ever really explained that to us it was just what was over heard as multiple people complained.We understand it can be hard when staff don't turn up BUT they just did. OT mange it well.
Delicious food and service is always great. Prices have risen in the past year though and the new part of the restaurant is very noisy.
Above average Indian food; generous proportions offered but a little pricey for a quick meal. You can eat in or order take-away, as quite a number of people did when we were there recently. Goan fish curry was very good as was the vegetarian curry. Wine by the glass is available as is are a small number of beers. Suggest the Indian Kingfisher beer.
Inverloch’s Chutney Bar is conveniently located in the centre of town on the corner of Williams Street and High Street. It’s unmissable, but if you don’t see it just follow your nose. There are few other places in this small seaside town in Gippsland, far south of Melbourne, that do a good curry, making Chutney Bar is a top destination for locals and tourists alike. Let’ take a look at what Chutney Bar’s many satisfied customers like best from the extensive menu of Indian delicacies.
Topping the list of Chutney Bar’s most popular starters is the mighty vegetable pakora, followed closely by the onion bhaji, the vegetable samosa and the mushroom pakora. From this we can infer that Inverloch locals are a fairly vegetarian bunch, but then our hypothesis is quickly put to question by what’s popular when it comes to Chutney Bar’s selection from the tandoor. Seekh kebab and chicken tikka, or the delicious lamb barra kebabs are all meaty dishes cooked to perfection the traditional way in the clay oven, a fixture at this restaurant that keeps people coming back for more.