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Adelaide is a city with a burgeoning culinary scene, and diners are becoming more and more discerning in their decisions regarding where to eat on any given evening. Those of them lucky enough to call Clovelly Park home have an obvious choice when they feel like Indian food: they have Indian Hub. A curry house of no little renown on the main South Road thoroughfare in the southern part of the city, the restaurant is open from 11am every day, so book a table for lunch or dinner and make your way over.
Adelaide is on the up and up as far as dining out goes, and their Indian food scene is a major part of this, with curry houses springing up left, right and centre. Clovelly Park doesn’t miss out on this, as they have their own outpost of superb Indian food in the form of Indian Hub. The restaurant is easily reached via train – Mitchell Park is the station you’re aiming for – and by car, as it’s on the main road through the district, South Road.
Regulars on the Indian food scene know that the trick to a long-standing success in the cutthroat world of curry is striking the delicate balance between the classics that we all want to see on the menu and the rarities and regional specialities that are important to maintain a regular clientele of curry lovers. Indian Hub has both of these – from favourites such as chicken tikka, palak paneer and vindaloo to lesser-known delicacies like navrattan korma, so-called from the Hindi word for nine, referencing the nine vegetables involved in the cooking of the dish. Book a table now for some of the best Indian food in Adelaide, found down on South Road in Clovelly Park.