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Curry Leaf Cafe is all about providing indulgent Indian cuisine to the hungry curryheads of Elwood. A BYO Indian restaurant with a whole lot of pizzaz, Curry Leaf Cafe offers all the dishes you know and love, plus plenty of signature South Asian options. Situated on Brighton Road in between Wimbledon Avenue and Milton Street, just steps from Brunning Street tram stop, Curry Leaf Cafe is well-placed for an incredible Indian meal in Elwood.
The food was excellent. We have been going to the Curry Leaf Café for years. I am Coeliac and I am always looked after so well.
I am Coeliac and have been going to The Curry Leaf for years with my husband. The food and service are excellent. It is always a pleasure to dine at this restaurant. E Smith
I love Curry Leaf as the staff are friendly they let you choose the heat of the dish for us we go for a 6 out of 10 and that had just the right heat for us. The food is delicious and generous serves make it a great night out!
Curry Leaf Cafe provides a whole new dining experience in Melbourne’s Elwood. Taking guests on a real culinary adventure, restaurateur Jeet Sidhu and his experienced kitchen crew brings on the heat by cooking up spicy (or mild, if you like), traditional Indian dishes which utilise local and sustainable ingredients whenever possible. Seasonal specials are a high point at this Brighton Road restaurant, and you’ll find new creations gracing the menu on the daily. Plus, Curry Leaf Cafe looks out for its diners with food allergies and dietary specifications, and even provides gluten-free and lactose-free options!
If you’re looking to enjoy a quick and easy lunch, go for one of Curry Leaf Cafe’s delicious wraps – try the malai tikka or the tandoori lamb varieties, all served up in a freshly baked naan wrap. There are vegetarian dishes galore, including Kashmiri korma with vegetables, pumpkin masala, the spicy and boldly flavoured mushroom jalfrezi and the classic butter paneer. Meat lovers are encouraged to go for the beef ginger chilli, which features a vibrant curry sauce made with fresh julienned ginger, tomatoes, capsicum and onion. As for seafood, the Goa fish curry is a must, and includes a delightfully rich coconut cream sauce with traditional herbs and spices. No matter what you’re craving, Curry Leaf Cafe in Melbourne’s Elwood suggests making a reservation before visiting.