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Established back in 2010, Minar The Curry Point is continuing to turn Point Cook residents into Indian-food fanatics on Tom Roberts Parade. Melbourne foodies know that Minar’s got the goods, that’s why they sometimes travel more than 25 km from the city to get their curry fix. Simple and straightforward, the interior of Minar is relaxed and easygoing, with the focus being on excellent food and a hospitable environment above all else.
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Tried Briyani this time and was good. For sure a try for all.
The butter chicken and garlic naan were very delicious Great food every time.
great food, great service, good prices. just need to get a toilet for customers.
With so many Indian restaurants in Melbourne, what makes Point Cook’s Minar The Curry Point stand out from the rest? To put it simply, Minar offers a lot of bang for your buck, providing unbelievable quality at excellent prices. The portions are large, and the kitchen doesn’t cut any corners when it comes to ingredients – the food’s all-natural and you won’t find unnecessary additives or artificial flavourings in your tasty meal! Providing options for takeaway and delivery, you can also enjoy Minar’s best dishes from the comfort of your couch.
Minar The Curry Point on Tom Roberts Parade offers all of your favourite South Asian dishes, from beef vindaloo to kadai chicken. If you’re indecisive, we recommend having a look at the All Time Favourites, featuring top picks like veg noodles, garlic fish chilli, Punjabi paneer chur-chur naan (crisp spread stuffed with fresh chillies, potatoes and coriander, a Minar specialty), or garlic chicken. As always, Indian cuisine is vegetable-heavy, so there are plenty of options for herbivorous diners. Conclude your dinner with one of the homemade Indian ice creams or an order of gulab jamun, sweet milk dumplings in a cardamom syrup. Reserve a table and get your curry on at this Point Cook hotspot.