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Despite its recent opening, the newly established Glassy Junction Cafe Bar and Restaurant has already been shaking things up in Melbourne. The food on offer at this relaxed restaurant features influences of Indian, Muglai, Chinese, fusion and street-food specialities, and it’s cooked up particularly well by Glassy Junction’s talented team of chefs. Found on the corner of Dandenong Road and Boardman Street in the heart of Malvern East, Glassy Junction is a standout for service, ambience and flavour.
This restaurant is not fancy but the service is excellent and the food is just so tasty and delicious. The samosas are definitely the best I have had. Staff are all very friendly and attentive. I will definitely be returning. Highly recommended.
Excellent food & service A++++ spiced to just right. Definitely going back!!! Environment OK... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... ..
Very good service and good quality food. Quantity is ok but taste was g o o d. E n j o y e d. 5
Already a huge hit around Melbourne, Glassy Junction is one of Malvern East’s new frontrunners in the South Asian and fusion dining scenes. Its casual yet sophisticated atmosphere makes it a versatile spot for just about any dining occasion, and its convenient opening hours (open every day of the week for dinner except Tuesday) and prime location gives locals all the more reason to visit.
Situated on the corner of Dandenong Road and Boardman Street, just off of Princes Highway and close to Caulfield Racecourse station and Caulfield Station, Glassy Junction Cafe Bar and Restaurant is found right in the heart of Malvern East. Its menu is packed full with tasty fusion and South Asian delights, from tandoori quail to vegetable korma. Popular mains here include the eggplant masala, the murg masala, bhuna lamb, the fish madras, and one of our favourites, the garlic chilli prawn, a dish that fuses Chinese and Indian influences. The best way to get the most out of your meal at Melbourne’s Glassy Junction is to order from the three-course tasting menu, so that you can taste the restaurant’s best dishes, all served at a reasonable price – but make sure to reserve ahead before stopping by!