Swagath

Wentworth PointIndian$$$$
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About Swagath

Serving up Indian and Pakistani cuisine to Wentworthville curry aficionados, Swagath invites Sydney locals and visitors to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner delights at its premises on Station Street, close to Wentworthville station. Known for their biryani specialties, the chefs at Swagath are committed to using only the freshest seasonal produce and the finest imported ingredients in every dish – guests can rest assured knowing that they’re getting great value each time they visit.

Opening Times

Closed now
Friday
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Saturday
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sunday
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Monday
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Tuesday
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Wednesday
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Thursday
10:00 am - 10:00 pm

Address

Swagath
46 Station Street, Wentworth Point
Sydney 2145

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More about Swagath, Wentworth Point

Although Sydney’s Swagath is popular for its dine-in and takeaway options, it’s also well known for throwing a serious party. That’s right, Swagath on Station Street in Wentworthville provides catering for private functions, offering several great food packages depending on the size of the party. Just looking to dine in with friends? Swagath provides a beautiful space to enjoy their delicious Indian and Pakistani offerings, and is even open during the morning hours for breakfast!

Eat breakfast Indian-style with Swagath and enjoy savoury options such as dosas (ultra-thin pancakes made from lentils and rice batter) stuffed full with your choice of paneer, chicken, egg, lamb, onion lentils, and several other delicious options. Swagath specialises in biryani, so for lunch be sure to try out the Hyderabadi chicken biryani (chicken cooked in poppy seed gravy, basmati rice, saffron, mint, and rose water) or the vegetable biryani (saffron pulao rice cooked with fresh vegetables and spices). Sound like a plan? Make a reservation and secure your seat at this popular Indian and Pakistani restaurant in Sydney’s Wentworthville.