easily the best Indian food in Sydney. I think it's well priced especially since the food you get is so delicious and you can tell its made from scratch and not a packet mix. The spinach rice is fabulous and the peshwari naan the best. Ravvi is always there and says goodbye to every customer which is lovely.
Probably the best Indian food I have had in Sydney! Exceptional menu, lovely staff and Raavi (the Owner) is a lovely chatty man who seems to love what he does. Dinner at Cumin can make for an expensive one but only because you will want to try one of everything!
Probably the best Indian food I have ever had! Exceptional menu, lovely staff and Ravvi (the Owner) is a lovely chatty man who seems to love what he does. Dinner at Cumin can make for an expensive one but only because you will want to try one of everything!
We drove quite some distance to buy dinner from here and were treated like scum, the attitude of the staff we dealt with was appalling. The food was nice, but certainly did not make up for the narky comments and general bad attitude of the staff. We certainly won't be going back.
This is one of the best Indian restaurants I have been to. The food is delicious and authentic, and the flavours between the entrees and mains blend very well. When we dined here, we were seated almost straight away, and handed menus and had our water glasses filled without even having to ask. After taking our order, our food was brought out promptly, with just the right amount of time between the courses. The Lamb Biryani is definitely my favourite.
This is my favourite Indian restaurant in Sydney. The curries and entrees are extremely tasty and are quite unique, so you don't get the standard butter chicken etc, you get something a little bit different. My partner always has the beef vindaloo and says its the best. Also try the lamp cutlets for an entree. Its also good value at $15-$20 mains. My only criticism is that its a bit cold in the restaurant but besides that the ambience is good.