Maya Da Dhaba, Surry Hills
Top dish: Saag Paneer. The perfect combination of creamed English spinach cooked with fresh tomatoes, mild spices and homemade cottage cheese.
Top review: “Delicious food. Delivery on time. Paneer ka salan is a must try. And for a change, an Indian restaurant that actually serves biryani which tastes like biryani and not like curry mixed with rice. The food can be a bit spicy though, so go for a mild option if you are trying this for the first time and prefer less spicy food.”
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The Colonial, Darlinghurst
Top dish: Chicken Tikka Masala. Britain’s national dish, marinated chicken fillet cooked in clay oven, prepared in capsicum, onion and tomato sauce.
Top review: “Great food, generous proportions and delivered in just 30 minutes (half the time that was estimated). Love this place!”
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One MB, Potts Point
Top dish: Dal Makhani. Mixed lentils tempered with mild spices, garlic and onion until tender and complimented with fresh herbs.
Top review: “Amazing food, extremely reliable and nice people; a must-try (and try again and again…)!! It should also be noted that the portions are very generous and the meat is top-quality and there is plenty. Order early and the food will come well on time.”
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Himalaya, Surry Hills
Top dish: Mughlai Biryani. Mughlai style basmati rice cooked with a choice of chicken, beef, lamb or goat.
Top review: “Really nice food. Was freshly made and delivered before time. Highly recommend it because it tastes very authentic.”
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Mehak Indian Cuisine, Ultimo
Top dish: Lamb Saag. Boneless lamb cooked with spinach.
Top review: “The butter chicken and naan was excellent. Ordered for pickup and food was ready at the time they said it would be.”
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Top dish: Chicken Chat Pat. Chicken cut into bit size pieces, marinated in ginger and garlic and cooked in mystery sauce (chef’s specialty), leaving a tickly taste and amazing flavour on the palate.
Top review: “Darbar is our favourite Indian! Food is always exceptional and delivery is super speedy…the delivery guy is always so nice too. Awesome dosa and butter chicken…have a go!”
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Le Bukhara, Double Bay
Top dish: Aloo Aubergine. Sauteed eggplant, tomato and potato tempered with five Indian spices.
Top review: “We have ordered similar meals from other Indian places on menulog and Bukhara was better than the lot. We had fish curry, dahl, eggplant, and saag paneer with naan and samosas. All were very generous portions, and the curries were rich and with great depth of flavour. Special mention to the very friendly delivery driver.”
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Top dish: Vindaloo. Typical Goan style dish cooked in vinegar and other spicy spices. Available in chicken, lamb or beef.
Top review: “Keep going back! We love Surjit’s, the food is always fast and hot when delivered and definitely the tastiest Indian food in the area. The cheese naan is delicious!”
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Darshan Indian Restaurant, Gladesville
Top dish: Masala Dosai. A crisp, golden-brown crepe made from rice batter filled with spiced potatoes. Served with lentil broth and fresh coconut chutney.
Top review: “Ordered Masala Dosai online. It was ready for pickup when I arrived. No waiting! It’s a great service. Food was excellent. Well done Chef! Reminded us of the great times we had in Mumbai. Good start for a new customer. Looking forward to next visit.”
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Rang Mahal Indian, Epping
Top dish: Malai Koftha. Potato balls in a creamy nut sauce.
Top review: “Cannot fault anything about Rang Mahal – fabulous food, fabulous Service! I Wouldn’t get my Indian from anywhere else!”
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