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The restaurant opened its doors in 1983 and ever since then it has been a favorite Indian restaurant among locals and tourist alike. Mouth-watering dishes are served such as rogan josh, lamb vindaloo and butter chicken. There is also a fine selection of New Zealand and international wines to choose from.
With over 350 eateries, it’s no wonder Wellington lays claim to being New Zealand’s gastronomic capital. The city’s coastal location means fresh seafood is a highlight on many menus, with local delicacies including crayfish, salmon and paua – a New Zealand shellfish. Sushi restaurants are also common. Wellington restaurants source many of their ingredients from the nearby Wairarapa region – look out for the region’s award winning Pinot Noir wines, gourmet ice cream and Aorangi and Gouda cheeses.