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One of northern Sydney’s most elegant Indian restaurants, The Curry Door invites you to experience their superb cuisine at their premises on Military Road. Merging Western flavours with classic Indian spices and ingredients, The Curry Door appeals to a wide range of different taste palates. Open every day of the week for dinner from 5pm to 10pm, and for lunch from Mondays to Saturdays (12pm to 2:30pm), this restaurant serves great Indian cuisine when you need it most.
We enjoyed the cuisine at The Curry Door. We make a special effort to go there from Canberra as it is the best Indian food we have found.
with the voucher you can choose from a set menu, vegetarian and meat. But there was enough to choose from. Food was good, loved the butter chicken with naan. Waitress was friendly.
Good food and service and nice ambience (great to be able to have a conversation without shouting!) Perhaps the music could be a little more suitable for the type of restaurant but no biggie!
Sydney’s The Curry Door is proud of its beautiful interior as well as its state-of-the-art kitchen, highly trained chefs and superb service. Featuring a stylish decor complete with white tablecloths, high-end furnishings and chic lighting, The Curry Door offers diners a luxurious environment in which to dine on some of Malvern’s best Indian dishes. Perfect for big groups (up to 30!) and ideal for a private function, this Malvern Indian restaurant provides just what it is you’re looking for.
One of the biggest draws to Melbourne’s The Curry Door is its selection of specialities like the boneless whole leg of lamb, the royal duck curry, the methi gosht, or the tandoori-cooked whole snapper with red wine sauce. Vegetarian favourites include the shahi baingan (eggplant cooked in a creamy sauce with spices, tomatoes and onions), the subz makhni (vegetables cooked with a tomato sauce, topped with fenugreek leaves, cream and butter), or the sharmile kofte (Indian dumplings cooked in a creamy sauce with cashews and sultanas). The menu contains dozens more great dishes to choose from, so book ahead and dine in style at this popular Indian restaurant in Malvern.