Best Indian Restaurants in Canberra

Best Indian Restaurants in Canberra
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Below is a list of the top and leading Indian Restaurants in Canberra. To help you find the best Indian restaurants located near you in Canberra, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Canberra’s Best Indian Restaurants:

The top rated Indian restaurants that offers the best authentic Indian cuisines are:

  • Blu Ginger
  • Tikka Take
  • Binny’s Kathitto

Blue Ginger

Best Indian Restaurants in Canberra
Blu Ginger Source: https://www.bluginger.com.au/

Blue Ginger was first established in Sydney in 2000, in the famous dining precinct of McMahons Point and immediately expanded into Canberra and Castle Hill. Their talented chef, Mr Hari Prasad Sharma, has almost 3 decades of experience in the kitchens of major hotels in India, Australia and Japan, and draws upon the growing culinary regions of India to create a truly modern, traditional and authentic menu, one that reflects the civilized India of today. At Blu Ginger they use only the freshest locally sourced produce, combined with original spices imported directly from the sub-continent, to offer traditional , classic recipes with a modern twist, creating a unique and memorable dining experience for you.

Products/Services:

Indian fusion express, EXpress Lunch, Express Banquet, Desserts, À La Carte Menu, Cocktails, Beer and Cider, Mocktails, Spirits, Wines

Location:

Address5 Genge St, Canberra ACT 2600
Phone: (02) 6247 2228
Website: www.bluginger.com.au

Review:

“This is one of my favourite restaurants to come eat.  Absolutely everything is perfect, including the staff. I highly recommend the Blu Ginger”-Komal Kur

Best Indian Restaurants in Canberra
Tikka Take Source: https://www.tikkatake.com.au/

Tikka Take is a modern gourmet restaurant driven by a mission to share top quality unprocessed food made-to-order. Drawing on the inspiration of the incredible flavours found in Central Asia and India, Tikka Take is a completely new approach to the age-old art, found in almost all cultures, of cooking meat on skewers. Kebab, Souvlaki, Satay, Suya, Yakitori and more are all forms of cooking meat on skewers known worldwide. Tikka Take bring together modern cooking techniques and modern nutritious super tasty recipes for a flavor sensation never before encountered, not only in Australia, but worldwide!

Products/Services:

Roti Wrap, Rice and Curry, Biryani, Naan and Curry, Thali, Chaat Centre, South Indian Streets, Roadside Favorites, Paratha House, Sandwich, Desserts

Location:

Address6/21 Genge St, Canberra ACT 2601
Phone: 1300 845 528
Website: www.tikkatake.com.au

Review:

“Tikka take has taken me by surprise with their quality of food. It’s rare to find authentic taste in Indian restaurant but they have nailed the flavours. “-Saras Thomas

Binny’s Kathitto

Best Indian Restaurants in Canberra
Binny’s Kathitto Source: http://www.binnyskathitto.com.au

Binny’s Kathitto is a festival of street culture, spices and flavors. The experience is all about grazing and sharing its signature Indian tapas-style dishes, street food snacks and classic plates take diners on a journey of many different, unique flavours. They bring in the flavors from every part of India with a western fusion. They believe the best food comes from home and it’s their aim to bring the same street culture to their guests. Established in year 2015, Binnys commenced the first Indian street food van in Canberra.

Products/Services: 

Chemmeen Porichathu, Kanava Porichathu, Meen Varuthathu, Beef Cutlet, Chicken Tikka, Lamb Seekh Kebab, Kathitto Wrap, Street Specials, Curries and Grills, Biryani, Kid’s Meal, Omelette, Chai, Desserts, Softdrinks

Location:

Address5 Lonsdale St, Braddon ACT 2612
Phone: (02) 5100 2044
Website: www.binnyskathitto.com.au

Review:

“Very friendly service, great value prices and tasty, slightly different Indian style food. We were very happy with all our food and they had lots of heaters inside and out. Highly recommend”-Mish Jp

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