Takeaway GuidePosted on 08.12.2014

10 Best Indian Restaurants in Brisbane

What’s the best Indian restaurant in Brisbane? Where should you order your next takeaway curry? We turned to your Menulog reviews to pick the 10 best Indian restaurants in Brisbane.

Royal Indian Tandoori Cuisine, New Farm

Top dish: Lamb Korma. Blend of creamy cashew nut gravy cooked with lamb.

Top review: “We have ordered fro Royal Indian Tandoori Cuisine couple of times now. The food has been lovely & hot, freshly made and extremely tasty. So much so that we ordered the same again following week. Highly recommend them. Take note to order your preferred taste of spice in your meal. We had the mild lamb Korma, med chicken masala, both dishes were fabulous. Even the Naan bread was hot when it arrived via delivery. There is always enough for a 2nd meal so very good value. We ordered a set delivery time and it was always delivered on time.”

Read more Royal Indian Tandoori Cuisine reviews here.

Karma Indian & Nepalese, New Farm

Top dish: Madras. Meat of your choice, cooked with ginger, garlic, tomatoes and spices with coconut milk.

Top review: “Karma is my favourite Indian restaurant in Brisbane. The food is delicious and cheap and everything is consistently excellent.”

Read more Karma Indian & Nepalese Cuisine reviews here.

Jatt Flava, Fortitude Valley

Top dish: Prawn Garlic Masala. Prawn cooked with fresh garlic, julienne capsicums and onion with a touch of lemon and spicy dry sauce.

Top review: “Definitely one of the best Indian restaurants in Brisbane. Never disappointed when I get food here!”

Read more Jatt Flava reviews here.

Nataraja Indian Restaurant, Red Hill 

Top dish: Vegetable Samosa. Spiced mashed potato seasoned with fresh herbs, filled into homemade pastry cones and deep fried gently.

Top review: “First time ever ordering from Menulog and first time ever ordering Indian food for delivery. I certainly wasn’t disappointed! The delivery driver was very professional, fast and friendly and even arrived earlier than the estimated time. The food definitely satisfied my craving from the first bite. The food was hot, flavour rich and beyond delicious! I even got a free dessert! I’ll definitely be ordering from here again!”

Read more Nataraja Indian Restaurant reviews here.

Masala Art Indian, Brisbane 

Top dish: Tandoori Chicken

Top review: “Best goat curry outside India!”

Read more Masala Art Indian reviews here.

Spice of India, Kedron 

Top dish: Rogan Josh. Pureed onions, tomato, ginger and garlic cooked together with a variety of herbs and spices and finished with fresh coriander.

Top review: “My household loves Spice of India, we order it all the time, the food is delicious and the delivery is always friendly and 9 times out of 10 earlier than estimated. Try the mango chicken! Also the cheese and spinach naan. Yum!!!”

Read more Spice of India reviews here.

Taj Mahal Indian Cuisine, New Farm 

Top dish: Butter Chicken. Chicken with cashews & almonds in a creamy buttery sauce.

Top review: “The Taj is always fantastic and it is nice to know that if we can’t make it there that it can make it to us!”

Read more Taj Mahal Indian Cuisine reviews here.

Bay Leaf, Albion 

Top dish: Goat Curry. Meaty goat simmered with the chef’s special blend of freshly ground spices, tomatoes, onions, ginger, chilli and cardamom.

Top review: “This was our first time with Bay Leaf. There are lots of Indian places in my area – some that are very average, so we wanted to try somewhere new. We ordered Chicken 65, Butter Chicken and the Goat Curry. All three were fantastic – full of flavour and great portion sizes. Food arrived quickly and was hot and fresh. Will def order again.”

Read more Bay Leaf reviews here.

Viraasat Indian Restaurant, Stones Corner 

Top dish: Onion Bhaji. Sliced onion fritters dipped in chick pea batter with spices and gently fried to golden brown.

Top review: “The food was amazing and nice and spicy, was delivered 20 mins early which is a bonus! Excellent service and great food, five stars!”

Read more Viraasat Indian Restaurant reviews here.

My Banyan Tree, Fortitude Valley

Top dish: Garlic Aloo Bondas. Golden battered spicy potato and garlic balls

Top review: “First order with this new venue, food is fresh, hot and of high quality. Really enjoyed, would recommend.”

Read more My Banyan Tree reviews here.