The Rasoi Tandoori Mt Martha is bringing a taste of the subcontinent to the outer suburbs of Melbourne, and their authentic take on Indian cuisine is a delight for locals and day-trippers alike. With a menu that is heavy on the stand-out favourites of the genre – why tamper with the classics? – they serve up spicy and succulent cuts of meat, varied vegetarian options and an array of sides with which to mop up. Trust us, you’ll need them: you won’t want to waste a drop of curry at this Bay Road establishment.
the staff were very friendly and the service was very quick. the food was excellent I asked for my lamb coconut hot and could have been a bit hotter but flavour was excellent looking forward to my next visit
Usually get takeaways but decided to turn up and dine! Place is so tiny and wonderful service! Bought takeaway too but they forgot the garlic bread😔! But over all this tiny restaurant is great 👍
Melbourne day-trippers are spoilt for choice when they need a feed on the Mornington Peninsula. The Rasoi Tandoori Mt Martha has a corner on the Indian cuisine angle, serving as they do a selection of the very best that the subcontinent has to offer. The centrepiece is, of course, the tandoor oven, from which emits a steady stream of marinated meats, kebabs and the all-important array of breads. Down on Bay Road in Mt Martha, they have every course covered, so let us talk you through how you can get the best out of your visit.
When arriving at the Rasoi Tandoori on Bay Road in Mt Martha, make sure you begin – surprise, surprise – with a starter. Get a few to share: pakoras, paneer and samosas should get you off to a good start. They didn’t name the restaurant after the oven for nothing, so take a trip to tandoor town for your main. Meat lovers can take their pick from the chicken tikka, seekh kebab and barra kebab options, whereas vegetarians – never left behind in Indian cuisine – can make the most of the Tandoori mushroom. Even better, get a sharing platter between you all to have a go at everything. Finish off with an ice cream and gulab jamun, before settling in for that journey back to Melbourne.