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Best Indian restaurants in Canberra

Best Indian Restaurants In Canberra, ACT

Expert recommended Best Indian Restaurants in Canberra, ACT. To help you find the best Indian Restaurants in Canberra located near to you, we put together our own list based on customers reviews which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!.

Darbar Indian Restaurant


Veggie Samosa, Beetroot Bonda,Paneer Tikka,Jal Pari Hariyali,Stuffed Zucchini Flowers,Mutton Seekh Kebab,Butter Chicken,Hyderabadi Chicken Dum Biryani

Here’s The Deal:

Darbar Indian Restaurant in Braddon offers a unique dining experience that’s authentic, delightful and original. After the success of three restaurants in Sydney, Darbar is now in Canberra and proudly brings a fine dining twist to a menu of traditional dishes which all come beautifully presented. Guests can dine here and savour dosa pancakes from South India, spice and herb-infused biryanis, Indo-Chinese specialties and many flavoursome curries. With a stylish dining space on Braddon’s Lonsdale Street, it’s safe to say, Darbar is not your typical Indian restaurant. Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Bollywood Masala


Gourmet Tandoori Naan,Tandoori Mushrooms,Beef Hara Masala,Bollywood Masala Squid,Lakhnavi Briyani,Murg Tariwala,Daal Tadka

Here’s The Deal:

Our journey started 12 years ago with Bollywood Masala Dickson which twice won the Best Indian Restaurant in the ACT Award. Since moving to Kingston, this same focussed passion led to Bollywood Masala Kingston winning the best Indian restaurant award for 2013, in its first year of opening.Owner Arjan Chehl and his committed team of chefs, kitchen, and front of house staff will make dining at Bollywood Masala Kingston a truly memorable dining experience.



Punjabi Style Dawat “Tandoori Chicken or Fish Tikka”,Sikanderi Lamb Backstrap,Seafood Tarkari,Rajasthani Lal-Mas,Palak Paneer,Chicken Kalimirch

Here’s The Deal:

GanJees comes from the Ganges River, the longest river in India. It was Puneet’s last visit to his home country, when he saw some sadhu were wearing sunnies and driving motorbikes. It inspired him that if sadhu’s can be funky, then so can Indian Food.

At GanJees we are proud to say we support our local Canberra businesses and utilise the incredible sourced spices, and other cooking ingredients in the Canberra Region.