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Last Train to Bombay (Crows Nest)

469 Pacific highway, Crows Nest NSW 2065

Indian

Open Sunday between:
17:30 to 21:30

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Minimum order:  $40

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Rating:      20 User reviews

Speed:   Good(7)

Last Train to Bombay (Crows Nest) Schedule
Delivery Schedule
Sun
17:30 to 21:30
Mon
17:30 to 21:30
Tue
17:30 to 21:30
Wed
17:30 to 21:30
Thu
17:30 to 21:30
Fri
17:30 to 21:30
Sat
17:30 to 21:30
Takeaway Schedule
Sun
17:30 to 21:30
Mon
17:30 to 21:30
Tue
17:30 to 21:30
Wed
17:30 to 21:30
Thu
17:30 to 21:30
Fri
17:30 to 21:30
Sat
17:30 to 21:30
About Last Train to Bombay (Crows Nest)

Established over 16 years ago by experienced restaurateur Harry Virk, The Last Train To Bombay restaurants are celebrated for their unique Indian cuisine, relaxed ambience and excellent service. Harry Virk and his specialist chefs offer a truly authentic Indian dining experience, creating the finest dishes, famous for their intricate spicing, skilful sauces and delicious flavours. “Don’t miss The Last Train To Bombay. Anyone on a journey to explore India’s regional culinary delights should climb aboard. There’s a choice of destinations, thanks to a team of specialist chefs … We’ve reached not Bombay, but foodie Nirvana.” Joland Waskito, Sunday Telegraph, 4 March 2007 “Eating here is like being in a first class dining car chugging across India. Atmospheric snaps of railway scenes from the sub-continent adorn a wall and behind a glass panel, chefs are slapping chapattis between their hands and spoon out exotic fare such as goat aloo (baby goat with potatoes and coriander).” “When Prince Raj Mewar, son of the Majaharajah of Udaipur, studied hotel management here, he was a regular at Last Train To Bombay. On what we saw, the Prince is a pretty good judge.” Jeff Collerson, Daily Telegraph, 6 January 2007.

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  5. The restaurant prepares the food and delivers directly to your door.
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  5. Vouchers can only be used in full (ie. no change is given).
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Last Train to Bombay (Crows Nest)
Address:
469 Pacific highway, Crows Nest NSW        Contact details
Cuisines:
Indian
Sun hours:
11:00 to 23:00    View schedule
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Last Train to Bombay (Crows Nest) Schedule
Dining Schedule
Sun
11:00 to 23:00
Mon
11:00 to 23:00
Tue
11:00 to 23:00
Wed
11:00 to 23:00
Thu
11:00 to 23:00
Fri
11:00 to 23:00
Sat
11:00 to 23:00
Contact details - Last Train to Bombay (Crows Nest)
Address:
469 Pacific highway, Crows Nest NSW
Phone:
(02) 9460 6664
  • Established over 16 years ago by experienced restaurateur Harry Virk, The Last Train To Bombay restaurants are celebrated for their unique Indian cuisine, relaxed ambience and excellent service. Harry Virk and his specialist chefs offer a truly authentic Indian dining experience, creating the finest dishes, famous for their intricate spicing, skilful sauces and delicious flavours. “Don’t... Read more

    Established over 16 years ago by experienced restaurateur Harry Virk, The Last Train To Bombay restaurants are celebrated for their unique Indian cuisine, relaxed ambience and excellent service. Harry Virk and his specialist chefs offer a truly authentic Indian dining experience, creating the finest dishes, famous for their intricate spicing, skilful sauces and delicious flavours. “Don’t miss The Last Train To Bombay. Anyone on a journey to explore India’s regional culinary delights should climb aboard. There’s a choice of destinations, thanks to a team of specialist chefs … We’ve reached not Bombay, but foodie Nirvana.” Joland Waskito, Sunday Telegraph, 4 March 2007 “Eating here is like being in a first class dining car chugging across India. Atmospheric snaps of railway scenes from the sub-continent adorn a wall and behind a glass panel, chefs are slapping chapattis between their hands and spoon out exotic fare such as goat aloo (baby goat with potatoes and coriander).” “When Prince Raj Mewar, son of the Majaharajah of Udaipur, studied hotel management here, he was a regular at Last Train To Bombay. On what we saw, the Prince is a pretty good judge.” Jeff Collerson, Daily Telegraph, 6 January 2007.

  • Latest User Reviews

    Amazing really authentic tasting Indian food. Best curry house I've been to in Sydney - well worth a trip.

    Not the best atmosphere but there is a variety of really good dishes. Takeaway is very well portioned, as well.

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    • Overall 8.5 |  Food 9  |  Ambience 7  |  Value 9  |  Service 9

      Amazing really authentic tasting Indian food. Best curry house I've been to in Sydney - well worth a trip.

    • Overall 8 |  Food 9  |  Ambience 7  |  Value 8  |  Service 8

      Not the best atmosphere but there is a variety of really good dishes. Takeaway is very well portioned, as well.

    • Overall 8.8 |  Food 9  |  Ambience 8  |  Value 10  |  Service 8

      Good value. Attentive staff. Very impressed with a very tasty menu; good variety of dishes. Every dish was fresh and came out hot. Great decor, modern setting. Seating can get a little uncomfortable if you plan to settle in for a long night.

    • Overall 8.8 |  Food 9  |  Ambience 8  |  Value 9  |  Service 9

      well price. good food.

    • Overall 9.5 |  Food 10  |  Ambience 9  |  Value 10  |  Service 9

      Easily THE best Indian restaurant in Crows Nest. Extensive menu, friendly staff and great vibe.

  • Restaurant Details

    Payment
    Amex, Cash, Diners, Eftpos, Mastercard, Visa
    Features
    $2 Corkage per-head, BYO (Wine Only), Deliveries, Dress smart casual, Licensed, Limited parking, No dress code, Street parking, Takeaway, Wheelchair access
    Ambience
    Buzzy, Relaxed, Suitable for business, Trendy
    Food
    Ginger Free Option, Gluten Free, Halal, Vegetarian option
    Styles
    Sit down
    Suitable for
    Birthday/Anniversary, Bucks / Hens night, Business lunch/dinner, Christmas party, Other
  • Private Dining

    Area Capacity Seated Capacity Standing
    Entire Restaurant 60 n/a
    Seat in side 60 n/a
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