Given the current climate, many authorities are placing restrictions on restaurant openings. We are continuously updating the availability of our partners to reflect these measures. Learn how to support your local restaurants.
This restaurant offers:
Opening times and services may vary due to COVID-19. For specific information, please contact the restaurant directly.
Ever since the first location opened back in 1995, Gurkhas has blossomed into a popular chain of Nepalese restaurants with branches all over the Melbourne area, winning the hearts of many of the city’s spice seeking foodies with its authentic dishes and friendly service. You’ll find the Brunswick outlet situated on Sydney Road – and you’ll want to book a table at Gurkhas to find out for yourself what all the fuss is about.
Hungry to help out?
Show the restaurant your support and make a booking for a later date!
Excellent service, live music on. Friday night and delicious food! Will definitely come back!
was pricy w/ comparison to the food, being one of the oldest place still needs a lot of improvement
We were impressed Prompt friendly service, the food was delicious.
Full of authentic Nepalese flair with traditional wooden furniture and orange feature walls, Gurkhas over in Melbourne’s Brunswick offers a cosy setting to dine in, and on the menu you’ll find time-tested Nepalese dishes as well as some Indian classics. Nepalese food may be slightly overshadowed by the neighbouring cuisines of India and China, but when you taste Gurkhas’ authentic offerings you’ll understand that it deserves more recognition. No trip to Gurkhas would be complete without sampling Nepal’s most famous dish, momos – little dumplings filled with meat or vegetables served with tomato chutney.
Other must-try dishes include the dal bhat masu (a Nepalese platter of lentils, spinach, meat and your curry of choice served with rice) and the kachilla curry (a spicy meatball curry with aromatic herbs and spices). Some rato mohan (fried cottage cheese balls soaked in sugar syrup and sprinkled with coconut) or khir (a creamy Nepalese rice pudding) is the perfect way to end your trip to Gurkhas on Sydney Road in Melbourne’s Brunswick.