Food was ridiculously delicious and the deserts were mouthwatering. Great environment and staff were so nice and helpful. Their Kashmiri Naan is an amazing thing. Best place
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We visited this restaurant for the first time in 3 years and it hasn't changed. The food is absolutely perfect for all Indian lovers with rich spices and flavours. The service was a bit slow but the food made up for it. We will be...More
We ordered by phone direct with Bollywood Dimensions and picked up our food. Service was good, Lamb Rogan Josh and chicken korma were excellent. The naans were fresh and they gave us pappadams. Located in Braddon, very close to our hotel in Dickson, the Aria....More
We visited this restaurant by chance when other Indian restaurants were closed during long weekend. The place is quite spacious, ambiance good and staff friendly. The food was tasty, authentic Indian.
We went to the restaurant as a fairly large group on Saturday evening.Lovely ambience combined with friendly staff to make the evening most enjoyable.Food was very tasty ,especially the butter chicken.
We've visited a few times now (courtesy of vouchers) and we find the curries consistently good, with some less common varieties e.g. Methi with lots of fenugreek. Naans also good. Service is a bit variable but usually OK. BYO for beer and wine suits us...More
Was enjoying a night out at Bentspoke Brewery and rather than eating there, decided on this Indian which was about 100mtrs away - big mistake. Despite there being only three tables occupied, the service was extremely slow, the food took forever, and they even forgot...More
We rang and booked a large group direct with the resteraunt after seeing a very good deal advertised. It was fantastic value for money and tasty food with the bonus of being BYO all alcohol.
This was the first time we had visited the restaurant as we live on the south side of Canberra. We found the food delicious, especially the mixed entree which we shared between three people. The lamb dishes were very tender and the garlic naan was...More