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Kellett Street, close to Kings Cross station in Sydney’s Potts Point, is not the most obvious dining destination near the Cross, but if you head down there for a feed, you’re in for a treat. Delhi By The Way is an Indian restaurant worth the trip alone, with a superb array of dishes from the subcontinent, a traditional tandoor oven for meats and breads and a selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes to satisfy your whole group.
Delicious food especially prawn starter. Atmosphere good. Good that you good bring BYO wine. Curries were fine but nothing special. Didn't have dessert. Value for money fine.
Really tasty food, very attentive service in a very peaceful and comfortable environment.
Potts Point and the Cross in Sydney is a buzzing area and there are few better ways to begin an evening there than with a curry. At Delhi By The Way you can be sure you’ll get a great feed, given the presence of award-winning Indian food experts – with two hats by the esteemed Gault & Millau guide and an AGFG Readers Choice Award in 2017 – and if you head down to this restaurant on Kellett Street, close to Kings Cross station, you can see what all the fuss is about yourself.
Indian food is a growing favourite among the Aussie public, and there are few better in Sydney than Delhi By The Way on Kellett Street in Potts Point. Their menu takes in all the best that India has to offer: from classic starters like paneer tikka and seekh kebab to Delhi specialities, such as bukhara murgh, chicken cooked in spices and coriander.