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Aussies love to eat out, and at the good people of Melbourne are among the hungriest in the whole country. Indian food is always a favourite, and down in Brighton, they have a restaurant that is the envy of the whole city. Indii of Brighton is a location that serves up the finest in subcontinental cuisine, with a slant towards the food of the north of India, and their ambience is typically Indian, as is their welcome. They open from half past 5 onwards every day, so book a table now and wander over.
Nice setting and flavoured food on Bay Street, close to everything
Always enjoy my meals here. The good is delicious and so tasty. Great service too. The parking can be difficult because of the movie theatre up the road.
Excellent array of offerings on the menu. Friendly service and nice atmosphere. Chicken lababdor special was fantastic & the chocolate nan was a novel way to finish. Top notch from start to finish.
As one of the world’s great dining cities, it can sometimes be hard to pick a restaurant in Melbourne – there’s just so many to choose between. If you’re in Brighton, Indii of Brighton is the obvious choice. Their charming ambience and welcoming staff are a huge plus point in their favour, and their location couldn’t be better. On Bay Street in Brighton, along the coast from Melbourne city proper, they are easily reached from anywhere in the city, whether by train or by car, and their menu is more than enough reasoning to make the trip.
One of the great balancing acts for Indian restaurants is trying to create a food selection that includes the family favourites that we all know and love, while also offering up specialities that keep the curry cognoscenti coming back. Visitors to Indii of Brighton on Bay Street will be able to pick the classics – butter chicken, palak paneer, tandoori dishes and breads – while also having the opportunity to branch out, through the likes of kolhapuri lamb cutlets and Keralan chilli crab. This is one of the most popular restaurants in Brighton, and attracts diners from all over Melbourne, so we heavily advise booking a table.