Indian restaurants in Sydney are routinely very good and for those looking for a treat on a Friday night, a trip to the local curry house is always high up the list of choices. Aussies love Indian food and are spoiled for choice when they set out for a meal, but if you’re in Blacktown, then the name of the game is Daawat on the Main Street. They dole out veggie favourites like onion bhajis and samosas, tandoori starters such seekh kebabs and chicken tikkas and a huge range of classic curries. Book a table and take a trip into the centre of Blacktown, just along from the train station and perfect for Westpoint shopping centre visitors – Daawat are waiting to welcome you.
Curries are always popular, but it always pays to remember that not all curry houses were created equal. If you’re looking for one of the best curries houses in Blacktown – if not the whole of Sydney – then you need to get over to Dawaat on Main Street. They’ve got a veritable checklist of curry house classics: a location that is easy to reach, right by the main Blacktown train station and the shopping centre; a decor that evokes the best of the Indian restaurant tradition and a menu that is packed with all the favourites that are required to make that Indian experience unforgettable.
The elements are simple, but it is not easy to do them as well as they do at Daawat in Blacktown. Tandoori specialities to start – a meat eater's paradise – or for veggies, fried favourites such as aloo tikki and papdi chaat and to follow, a range of curries that includes well known dishes like korma, madras, vindaloo and rogan josh and lesser seen house specials like Mysore chilli chicken, with plenty of fire, beef kohinoor, featuring diced meat in coconut, cream and cashews and malai kofta, a dish of potato dumplings in an almond sauce. Head to Main Street for some of these specialities and more – just remember to reserve ahead of time to avoid disappointment.