Chic and elegant, Darbar Fine Indian Cuisine is one of Sydney’s most well-respected Indian dining establishments. Located on Glebe Point Road, just a hop, skip and a jump from Glebe station and in close proximity to the University of Sydney, this fine Indian restaurant serves Sydney gourmands, students, and Indian-food lovers from all corners of the city. Open from 12pm to 2:30pm Wednesday to Sunday and from 5:30 pm to 10pm Monday through Sunday, Darbar Fine Indian Cuisine turns all your curry dreams into reality.
Excellent food. Lots of delicious dishes and a bit different to the usual. Service is excellent. Friendly and efficient. One of the best Indian restaurants in the inner city.
Great customer service and food! Glebe has loads of good restaurants but Darbar is something else. Fantastic atmosphere and enough space for bigger groups as well.
Centrally located within Sydney in lovely Glebe, Darbar Fine Indian Cuisine serves traditional Indian dishes in an upscale environment that never ceases to impress diners. Led by owner Vinay Krishna, whose years of experience make him an expert in the realm of Indian dining, Darbar attracts guests from near and far to sample the high-end biryanis, curries and traditional dishes on offer. Featuring a soundproof basement suitable for private functions and celebrations (for up to 100 guests), Darbar on Glebe Point Road is an ideal venue for your next big celebration or corporate event.
Darbar isn’t your average Indian eatery by any means. Beautifully decorated with brick walls and ceilings, the restaurant has a particular rustic feel that makes it unlike any other Indian restaurant in Sydney. And we haven’t even started discussing the food yet – the cuisine on offer consists of pure, natural ingredients and the freshest seasonal produce. Sample mains like the Apollo fish (ling fish marinated in ajwain, chilli, ginger, garlic, coriander, and jeera) or the keema vada, a special dish made of minced lamb, potatoes, chilli, curry leaf, cashews, fresh coriander and five spice powder, all covered in breadcrumbs before being fried. There’s more where that came from – make a reservation and enjoy the flavours of South Asia at this upscale Indian restaurant in Sydney’s Glebe.