The key to the success of Indian Brothers’ many restaurants in Australia is clearly their commitment to the traditions and art and craft of Indian cookery. This much is clear when you enjoy a meal at their outlet in Clontarf, with premises along Hornibrook Esplanade looking out over Moreton Bay north of Brisbane, but the proprietors also go out of their way to furnish diners with an education in the world famous South Asian cuisine in terms of history, typical ingredients and cooking techniques. Book a banquet here and you’re certain to be impressed.
Indian Brothers specialises in northern Indian cuisine, and their restaurant along Clontarf’s Hornibrook Esplanade, close to the bridge that connects this northern suburb to central Brisbane is as good an outpost as any when it comes to experiencing their take on the ancient culinary arts of the Punjab. Here, the focal point of the kitchen is the tandoor clay oven – a multi-purpose piece of culinary machinery that is responsible for the restaurant’s mouthwatering and spice-infused meats, seafood, vegetables and traditional Indian breads.
Indian Brothers’ Clontarf restaurant is a capable caterer should you wish to furnish your next big celebration or event with delicious north Indian food, but it’s the dine-in experience that really shows off this Brisbane Indian restaurant’s true colours. Lamb, beef, and goat curries all evoke the hearty, mountain cuisine of the Punjab region, but without a doubt it's tandoori dishes like the yoghurt-marinated chicken and chicken tikka, lamb seekh kabab, tandoori prawns or a sampler of all of the above that foodies and fans of South Asian cuisine should opt for. Book a table in advance at this popular restaurant to avoid disappointment.
The food was good, the staff happy and we had a great time. we did not have to wait to long for our food, would recommend it to others.
Always great food there, a quiet little restaurant in our local area reasonably priced, great location across from the water. Would recommend without a doubt