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Indus Indian is a restaurant with one foot in the past and another in the future. They take the grand tradition of Indian cooking, developed over thousands of years across the subcontinent, and bring it to contemporary Melbourne. From their location on Koornang Road in Carnegie, they offer a taste of India to all who enter through their doors, with everything from Indo-Chinese dishes to curries and tandoori specialities.
Eating Indian food in Melbourne is always a pleasure, and for those living in the Eastern part of the city, one restaurant stands above the rest. Indus Indian Restaurant on Koornang Road in Carnegie takes in the very best of the cuisine of the subcontinent, from the meat-heavy dishes of the north and Kashmir, to the fish and vegetarian dishes of the south. Access them via Carnegie or Murrumbeena train station, and head on over for a top-notch Indian feed.
The menu is always a top priority at an Indian restaurant, and at Indus Indian, they offer everything that the diners of Melbourne could want and more. They have the usual curry house favourites – butter chicken, lamb rogan josh, Goan fish curry – and Indo-Chinese delicacies like Chicken 65 and Manchurian prawns. Down at Indus on Koornang Road in Carnegie, they are sure to have something for everyone in your party, whether you’re a newbie or a curry connoisseur. Just remember to book your table ahead of time.