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Sangha’s Tandoori Palace opens its doors to an adoring public down Georges River Road in Sydney’s Croydon Park for a solid twelve hours a day, every day (except Sunday, when they take an hour off to thank the pantheon). This Indian restaurant covers a lot of ground with its extensive menu, and offers a great discount to new customers, most of whom come back time and again for some of the inner west’s most reliable subcontinental cuisine.
The team behind Sangha’s Tandoori Palace are a canny crew, that’s for sure. They make it so easy to find your favourite Indian dish, and they’ve even gone to the trouble of listing their top ten as judged by their loyal customers’ orders. While you can ignore soft drink can as an innocent and unavoidable statistical error, you can see garlic naan at the top of the list, with the first curry dish in the playoffs being this Sydney Indian restaurant’s delectable prawn jalfrezi. This is just one of the classics on offer from Sangha’s Georges River Road, Croydon Park restaurant.
You’re going to need a drink or three to fight the fire if you submit to Sangha’s Tandoori Palace at full spicy throttle. Mango, sweet, and salted lassi are more than capable of doing the job, and a traditional Indian beverage, too, prompting the question as to why Croydon Park locals have pushed soft drink can into the top ten. Call us purists, but we like to experience Sydney Indian restaurants in all their splendid authenticity. Step up and pay your respects at Sangha’s Georges River Road premises and you’ll be amply rewarded.