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A labour of love led by couple Raj and Krystle, Punjabi Curry Cafe is where Melbourne’s curry fiends drop in for a delicious meal. One of two locations, the Craigieburn branch – known to some as Punjabi Curry Cafe 2 – can be found down on Hamilton Street, close to Malcolm Creek and just a hop, skip and a jump from Craigieburn station. Utilising the tandoor, the chefs at this local hotspot specialise in Punjabi cuisine from northern India and eastern Pakistan. Start with entrees like fish tikka, tandoori prawns or seekh kebab before diving headfirst into favourites like the house special chilli chicken, lamb bhuna gosht, goat curry or vegetarian classics such as saag aloo, shahi paneer, malai kofta or aloo gobi. Don't forget about dessert – the kulfi and gulab jamun provide the perfect end to an excellent meal at Punjabi Curry Cafe’s Craigieburn outlet.
Service was very good, wait time was also very good, We ordered the lentil Dhal which was not very tasty. We definitely have had better but the butter chicken and Tandoori Chicken was very nice.