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Coming from a family who's Mum cooks exceptional Indian cuisine, it's tough to critique this place without feeling biased. However this place seems to be a family favourite when we're all heading out in our massive group. As the title suggests, this place is an eatery, so don't expect anything fancy, and expect it to get loud on their busy nights. We always order the sameread more
Have been here a few times and always enjoy a meal at Billu's. I always have the Thali which never disappoints! Service is prompt but the staff could be a bit more friendly. The place needs work on its interior as it feels more like a crowded cafe than a restaurant.
The place is dingy, quantity is abysmal, and the staff is rude. We ordered 2 Non thalis, lamb was under cooked and when we complaint about the food in the end, wait staff said what else could we get for $12.00. Note: Non Veg. Thalis is for $16.90. We corrected them and suggested to take it off the Menu if they couldnt keep up with the standards. Spoke to theread more
Reminds me of an Indian Hotel back home. Not fine dining but good food served with a relish. I am sorry that some people have not had good experiences. But it is has authentic feel to it - that is how you will be served in an Indian eatery. And the food is good and priced well. We love this place.
I've never been a huge fan of Indian cuisine, and my last experience at Billus, didn't redeem Indian food for me. A group of girlfriends and I went out for dinner. The booking was made for 8pm, and don't let the stereotype mislead you: we turned up on time. However, the restaurant was booked out and we were told we'd have to wait. Fine, we thought, 15minutes is notread more
Four of us visited this restaurant today to see my cousin after 51years, we were impressed with the service and the food, although we had byo there was no charge for corkage, very impressive. Would personally recommend
The atmosphere is akin to a real dhaba. It's loud and the tiles and walls make noises echo quite a bit. It's nicer outside during summer. The food is good and service is prompt once you line up and place your order. Their sets selection is also pretty good although some of them do tend to be tasteless. try the tandoori chicken with some garlic naan. Goes great with a cold beer.