There are plenty of stars in the curry game. If you want a paneer personality, a VIP vindaloo, a renowned rogan josh, a celebrity korma and notable naan bread – all washed down with a luminary lassi or two – then Curry Star Indian Restaurant is the place for you. Book a table now and head on over to their location on Dana Street in the centre of Ballarat for a top-notch Indian restaurant feed. You can reach them easily via Lydiard Street North from Ballarat central train station, right by the Federation University Australia - SMB Campus.
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Was concerned that they didn’t take any of our details. With only having one person (except for the chef) working the service wasn’t as good as usual. Food was as good as always
Excellent food. 5 Star Rating. Atmosphere great. Well deserved. Nice night. Nice friendly staff. Very helpful. Highly recommend.
Friendly staff and atmosphere . Food was nice. Butter chicken was all sauce and rice with 5 what looked to be left over chicken pieces. Totally different from when owner/manager is working. Others on the table were not happy with time waiting for order. But food was lovely.
There are plenty of places to pick up an Indian feed all over Australia, and few things are as beloved among the Aussie public as a curry on a Friday night. If you find yourself in Ballarat, then you’re in luck if Indian is your cuisine of choice for the evening, because you can swing by Dana Street in the middle of town and pay the good folks at Curry Star Indian Restaurant to get your fill of rogan josh, korma, vindaloo, jalfrezi and plenty more besides: let us talk you through the menu.
The first thing that you are likely to do when arriving at Curry Star Indian Restaurant is get stuck into the starters. Begin with some poppadoms and samosas, before moving onto the tandoori options, which include plenty of veggies dishes, such as tandoori garlic mushroom, tandoori gobi (cauliflower) and tikka paneer. Mains include all your favourite Indian curries and a fair few house specialities – we’d recommend the beef nilgiri, served with freshly ground coconut – and even an international menu, with Aussie favourites like fish & chips, chicken parmigiana, schnitzel and Sicilian prawns. Book a table at Curry Star on Dana Street in the centre of Ballarat for a superb Indian meal – perfect for students at Federation University Australia’s SMB campus and for those looking for a nice lunch on their break from the office.