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Australian people love an evening out, and Indian food is a perennial favourite, so when you sit down and think about where to go for a feed in Melbourne, a curry house has to be on the list of choices. If you’re in Footscray, look no further than Tandoori Flames on Barkly Street: there’s is an Indian menu guaranteed to please your whole party. They open at 5pm every day and close late, so head on over for a meal – just remember to book a table ahead of time.
If you want a great night out in Melbourne, a few things need to exist when you are choosing where to eat. Customer service and a warm welcome are always important, and at Footscray’s Tandoori Flames, that is taken as a given, with a traditional Indian restaurant red carpet laid out for you. An address that you can reach with ease is important, and they have that covered: their restaurant on Barkly Street is straight between Tottenham and West Footscray stations, so you can get there from anywhere in Melbourne. Top of the list, though, is fantastic food, and they have that in spades.
The choice at Indian restaurants has to draw the line between the tried and tested favourites and the lesser-spotted specials that the curry cognoscenti will appreciate. Diners at Tandoori Flames on Barkly Street in Footscray can try Indian delicacies like balti, tawa chicken and prawn malabar – not common dishes to find in Melbourne for sure – while also choosing from the classics, the kormas, aloo gobi and chicken madras of this world. Reserve your table now to avoid disappointment.