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A dream come true for Melbourne’s vegans and vegetarians, Krishna Pait Pooja serves innovative and flavourful meat-free Indian dishes in their cosy location in Footscray. The restaurant has been around for over two decades now and is dedicated to bringing locals the freshest specialties that the city has to offer. Found on Barkly Street in between Buxton and Blandford, Krishna Pait Pooja provides the perfect example of how delicious vegetarian food can be.
The food was outstanding and highly recommend for vegans, vegetarians in fact anyone who enjoys Indian cuisine. Outstanding value with a extensive choice of familiar and unusual dishes
Was busy as it was Valentine's Day. We went with the set menu. Food amazing as always vegan gulab jaman are awesome and it's the only place I know of that has them.
Hugely popular in both the vegetarian dining scene and the Melbourne’s South Asian community, Krishna Pait Pooja has been serving up their unbelievably fresh and boldly flavoured Indian cuisine since 1995. The perfect place for those with food allergies or dietary restrictions, the folks at Krishna Pait Pooja on Footscray’s Barkly Street are extremely knowledgeable about the restaurant’s menu, and can quickly locate the best gluten-free and vegan options for curious guests.
Known for their reasonable prices and hearty vegetarian dishes, Krishna Pait Pooja is a standout among Melbourne’s many Indian restaurants. And just because they serve vegetarian cuisine doesn’t mean the food is any less delicious – just ask Krishna Pait Pooja’s many omnivorous regulars! Be sure to enjoy entrees to stimulate your tongue like paneer tikka, onion bhaji and cheese pakoras, then move on to mains like pumpkin masala, vegetable Manchurian, chilli paneer, or even chilli soya nuggets (they taste just like chicken!). This Footscray restaurant also offers vegan gulab jamun and vegan carrot halva for finishing up your meal on a sweet and healthy note. Book ahead to stake your claim!