Named after their signature dish – the iconic, aromatic red lamb curry of Rogan Josh, popular across Iran, Pakistan and North India – India Rogan Josh is headed by Ranjeet Gujiral, a chef with years of experience in the trade. She cooks up Indian specialities for the hungry public of Ferntree Gully and the eastern suburbs of Melbourne from her restaurant on Burwood Highway, using all her expertise to keep them coming back again and again.
thank you so much chef for making a lovely birthday cake for my hubby for his 50 birthday as always the food is the best indian rogan josh is the best restaurant i have ever been the food has its own flavors all cooked in different curries every dish is freshly cooked the meat melts in your mouth .this chef is such a top cook we will always go to this restaurant and we have told so many people and they love the food and will keep on going .the staff are very friendly and help full i would rate this restaurant 10 out of 10 very very happy see you soon again thank you from joanna and steve
We have eaten at Indian Rogan Josh on a number of occasions and have been very satisfied. The servings are generous, the staff are friendly and helpful and the ambiance is authentic. On a couple of occasions, a couple of the dishes seemed to have been put together hurriedly which was a little disappointing but on the whole, it is well worth a visit.
Rogan Josh is a trademark dish of any Indian kitchen – aromatic lamb, cooked until tender in a brilliant red sauce with onions, yoghurt and spices – and every curry house has their own recipe. To name your restaurant is a brave move then, but at Indian Rogan Josh in Ferntree Gully, they have a secret weapon. Ranjeet Gujiral is one of the finest exponents of the dish in Melbourne, and her lamb curry-based marketing plan seems to be working: the punters keep returning to their restaurant on Burwood Highway.
There is more to Indian Rogan Josh in Ferntree Gully than just their eponymous speciality. They offer a full Indian menu, with a wide range of starters – samosas, bhajis, paneer – as well as a tandoori oven, which keeps the Melbourne curry cognoscenti coming back to Burwood Highway to experience their kebabs. The tandoor also provides fresh bread, which is the perfect delivery method for their curries, many of which are vegetarian and vegan, and all of which can be made gluten-free on demand. Every base is covered – just make sure you book a table to be sure of getting a seat!