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181 Indian Restaurants in Melbourne

If you love Indian restaurants, Melbourne delivers the goods

Melbourne has got it all when it comes to restaurants. This vibrant city is famous around the world for pushing culinary boundaries and raising the bar when it comes to dining. You’ll find an eclectic range of cuisines, hailing from all corners of the globe, from European delights, to South American specialities, and of course supremely tasty dishes from the Indian subcontinent. This has led to an influx of Indian restaurants in Melbourne, with the city playing host to a blend of spots that serve standards like chicken tikkas and vindaloos, alongside regional cuisines from Punjab, Kerala or Bengal. Check out the options on Quandoo and start exploring the cuisine of India courtesy of Melbourne’s finest Indian chefs.

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Aangan - West Footscray

West Footscray
Indian$$$$
5.3/649
Aangan - West Footscray

Gaylord Indian Restaurant

Melbourne CBD
Indian$$$$
4.8/644
Gaylord Indian Restaurant

Madras Bros

Fitzroy
Indian$$$$
5.5/629
Madras Bros
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Bombay by Night

Caulfield South
Indian$$$$
5.2/634
Bombay by Night

Sangam Tandoori

Williamstown
Indian$$$$
5.3/623
Sangam Tandoori

Aagaman Indian Nepalese Restaurant

Port Melbourne
Indian$$$$
5.7/627
Aagaman Indian Nepalese Restaurant

Curry Vault Indian Restaurant & Bar

Melbourne CBD
Indian$$$$
4.7/622
Curry Vault Indian Restaurant & Bar

Delhicious Cuisine

Ivanhoe
Indian$$$$
5.5/617
Delhicious Cuisine

Chimes Indian Restaurant

Balwyn
Indian$$$$
5.0/624
Chimes Indian Restaurant

Aangan - Deer Park

Deer Park
Indian$$$$
4.8/69
Aangan - Deer Park

India House

Prahran
Indian$$$$
6.0/66
India House

Mishra's Kitchen

Yarraville
Indian$$$$
6.0/65
Mishra's Kitchen

Cloves Indian Restaurant

Balwyn
Indian$$$$
5.6/611
Cloves Indian Restaurant

Indian Star Moonee Ponds

Moonee Ponds
Indian
5.4/67
Indian Star Moonee Ponds

Aussie Dera

Coburg
Indian$$$$
5.2/620
Aussie Dera

Curry Smuggler

Fitzroy
Indian$$$$
5.5/62
Curry Smuggler

Marigold Indian Restaurant

Clifton Hill
Indian$$$$
5.0/65
Marigold Indian Restaurant

Desi Dhaba

Melbourne CBD
Indian$$$$
4.0/619
Desi Dhaba

Toddy

Elsternwick
Indian$$$$
6.0/61
Toddy

Mountain Gate Indian and Nepalese

Ferntree Gully
Indian$$$$
5.6/69
Mountain Gate Indian and Nepalese
  1. 1.

    Treat someone special to a meal at Melbourne's finest Indian restaurants

    There are some incredible upscale Indian restaurants in Melbourne which are the perfect place for a surprise romantic meal, a graduation celebration or a big birthday bash. Dine in style and indulge in the finest service and dishes, from the talented restaurants peppered throughout the city. There are swanky places in the CBD where you can entertain clients, or venture into the trendy northern or southern suburbs to discover impeccable restaurants that blend stunning decor with exquisite food.
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    Melbourne's Indian restaurants are really coming into their own

    Melbourne's Indian restaurants scene is seriously blossoming of late, and you'll find a number of hip, contemporary curry houses in the city's liveliest dining areas. For instance, pay a visit to Desi Dhaba on Flinders Street, or check out the cool atmosphere of Fitz Curry Cafe on Johnston Street in Fitzroy. Amidst the gourmet cafes, trendy bars, and organic specialists, Melbourne's Indian restaurants are fitting neatly into the new wave of contemporary dining spots.
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    The centre of town hosts some excellent Indian restaurants

    Central Melbourne is full of Indian restaurants that are worth checking out, and if you’re heading to the footy, admiring art in the National Gallery, or enjoying an afternoon of blissful relaxation in the Botanic Gardens, you can easily make a first-rate curry part of your day's schedule. Feast on vegan-friendly curries at CBD favourite, Jaisalmer Palace, go for a lamb rogan josh with garlic roti at Jhajee’s Cafe in South Yarra, or explore the tandoori dishes of The Spice Dine at Docklands. Whatever you're in town for, there's sure to be an ideal curry house in your vicinity. Just check Quandoo's listings for Indian restaurants in Melbourne to help make your choice even easier.
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    Exceptional Indian restaurants all over Melbourne

    There's also no shortage of fine Indian restaurants in Melbourne's outer suburbs, and you’ll find great Indian restaurants in south Melbourne districts like Mornington, to the north in Gisborne or down in Geelong in the far southwest. You can sip Tiger beer and enjoy Goan fish vindaloo next to the beach in Dromana or mix some country hiking with fine food by trying the tandoori masterpieces in West Melton. There are even curry options as far out as Ballarat, so wherever you happen to live or work, you’ll be able to find an ideal dining spot no matter where you find yourself.
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    Try some gorgeous regional cuisine at Indian restaurants in Melbourne

    Melbourne's Indian restaurants aren't just diverse in terms of where they’re located in city, but also in terms of which Indian regions they showcase. For instance, if you want to explore the cooking of southern India, you're in luck. Victoria's capital has some exceptional Keralan eateries, brimming with seafood-heavy, coconut infused dishes and uttapam pancakes. Then there are Chettinad chefs, who serve up a fusion of styles from India, Malaysia and Singapore. There are also heartier, Rajasthan-inspired restaurants, cooking up wholesome and nourishing curries that will blow you away. You'll be amazed by the aromas and tastes you discover at Indian restaurants in Melbourne – they really are something else.
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    Get together with friends and enjoy old favourites at Melbourne's Indian restaurants

    No matter the occasion, Melbourne's Indian restaurants won't disappoint. Why not connect with old friends and invite them out for a curry in Northcote or Yarraville? There are plenty of places across town where the menus are enticing, and the food is out of this world. You'll find rogan josh curries which use fresh Victorian tomatoes, producing a rich, delicate sauce, alongside tandoori ovens that use the state's chicken, beef and lamb production to great effect, blending seasonal, local produce with sublime cooking skills. Wash it all down with a craft beer or two or a bottle of Yarra Valley red, and you've got the recipe for a fantastic night out.