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The Last Train to Bombay, if a cursory google search is to be believed, is probably a busy one. Lucky then, that you can book ahead when you visit the Last Train to Bombay on Pacific Highway in Crows Nest – and you won’t even have to sit on the roof either. They take the food of the city now known as Mumbai and bring it to Sydney, ensuring a uniquely authentic taste and a welcome that befits the Indian reputation for hospitality and customer service.
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Lovely meal and good service as usual! Always worth a visit.
Last train the Bombay is a fabulous little restaurant. Try he food is very special and very consistently good. Strongly recommend
They were down a wait-staff member, but the young lady explained that and we didn't really notice. She was great. The food was excellent too. An enjoyable experience.
Indian restaurants are pretty ubiquitous in Sydney, and to survive in the cutthroat world of curry, a restaurant has to be that little bit special. The Last Train to Bombay is a restaurant of no little renown, and they’ve been in and around the Sydney area for over 20 years, all under the considered guidance of Harry Virk. They offer a menu of Indian specialities, from classic curry house favourites to lesser-spotted delicacies.
When you come aboard the Last Train to Bombay, you will want to begin your culinary journey with one of their Indian starters. Choose from the tandoori selection: seekh kebab, paneer tikka, adraki lamb chops and more. Mains include all the curry favourites, we recommend some specials that are rarely found in Sydney, such as the Shiraz Balti Pepper Lamb, cooked in wine and spices, once a favourite of the Mughal royals of Northern India. Book your table and set your train on route to Crows Nest.