For sophisticated, contemporary Indian cuisine, look no further than Melbourne’s Tandoor Ville. Adapting traditional Indian recipes to fit to the Australian palate, Tandoor Ville aims to share all the colours, flavours and aromas of Indian cuisine to local food lovers on the search for an out-of-the-ordinary dining experience. The restaurant can be found on Old Princes Highway in Beaconsfield, close to Bob Burgess Reserve, and is open every day of the week except Monday.
A Melbourne establishment offering contemporary South Asian specialities in a friendly setting, Tandoor Ville invites you to taste why they’ve become the most trusted Indian restaurant in Beaconsfield. Serving everything from seafood to beef, Tandoor Ville on Old Princes Highway offers plenty of options that’ll take your tastebuds on a culinary adventure. The relaxing, clean atmosphere is casual and comfortable, perfect for just about any dining occasion.
Before choosing a main, make sure to order up one of the Tandoor Ville’s delicious entrees including the fish pakora, prawn cutlets or the barra kebab, tender marinated lamb cooked with a delicious medley of Indian herbs. Vegetarian delights at Tandoor Ville in Melbourne’s Beaconsfield include the dal makhani, the shahi paneer and the unique, boldly flavoured pumpkin masala, a mix of mashed pumpkin and onion, fennel and mustard seeds. Spice lovers will enjoy options such as the chilli chicken, the lamb vindaloo and the vindaloo fish curry, while milder palates can enjoy the butter chicken, kashmiri lamb or the prawn masala. Be sure to end with dessert – the gulab jamun is a fantastic choice for guests with a sweet tooth.
Food was delicious, hot and varied. I have food allergies which were accommodated well and I had no I'll effects afterwards, which was wonderful. Decor is very nice, subtle and interesting. Didn't much like the TV being on the whole time. But it gave the waiter something to do, as he stood like a statue watching it and I had to call out quite loudly to him three times to get his attention to ask a question. In an empty room, we were the only table. No drinks were offered except the water carafe. Which wasn't refilled. No desserts or hot drinks were offered either, which I found a bit odd. Would probably go back because I really liked the food, service not so much.