Looking for a great indian restaurant?
Wollongong is fast becoming as prolific as Sydney when it comes to the variety of international cuisines on offer. Here are some tips to help you find the best Indian food in the Illawarra.
Our list of the best local Indian restaurants:
Whether you’re after an authentic vibe in a beautifully decorated venue or a simple quality Indian take-away meal, you’ll be spoiled for choice in the Illawarra:
- JJ’s Indian Restaurant, Wollongong & Kiama
Centrally located in Crown St, Wollongong, JJ’s offer a cosy dine-in vibe with friendly staff. They will happily cater to vegans and those with allergies. Offering a traditional Northern Indian menu, JJ’s have created a loyal following of return customers across the Illawarra. Kiama residents can also enjoy a piece of JJ’s with their venue in Terralong St. Suggestion: Try the goat curry!
- Manjit’s Indian Restaurant, Wollongong & Corrimal
Stunning Indian decor make dining in at Manjit’s feel that bit extra special. Manjit’s have established themselves at two convenient locations in Crown St Wollongong and the Princes Highway, Corrimal. They are probably the best known Indian restaurant in the Illawarra, having been part of the landscape for decades. You’ll find Manjit’s get some glowing reviews in the Australian Good Food Guide. Give them a try – they won’t disappoint!
- Rehal’s Divine Indian Restaurant, Shellharbour
Tucked away in Cygnet Ave, Shellharbour, Rehal’s is one of the area’s best kept secrets! The wait time at Rehal’s can sometimes be a little longer in busy periods, but the general consensus from diners is that the quality of the food is definitely worth the wait! Friendly staff are happy to help you decide on what to order if you’re unsure and their prices are just as friendly to make your meal even more enjoyable.
- Indian Home Diner, Wollongong
Indian Home Diner is a widespread chain that greets you like an old friend when you recognise the black and yellow branding out the front. Affordable, reliable, tasty Indian takeaway that will have you going back again. Find your fix in Burelli St, across from the cinemas.
Hot tip: Try the Indian kebab with chicken tikka pieces and butter chicken sauce rolled up in a cheesy naan bread.