The Miss India chain of Indian Restaurants started in March 2004 with the dream of bringing a young, vibrant and fresh taste of India to Australia. From humble beginnings this thriving business has expanded to dozens of locations across Queensland and is now successfully franchising locations around Australia with plans to expand worldwide.
The focus has always been delicious restaurant-quality Indian meals cooked daily with fresh ingredients to offer great value to our customers.
We develop our own spice blends and are increasing further QA on their aromas, flavours and consistency.
We cook all of our food in-house at each local in-store kitchen.
We use fresh produce from local suppliers.
All of our food (including curries, naan, entrees, yoghurt lassi smoothies etc) are all hand-made.
We don't use frozen food or ingredients and we don't have freezers in any of our stores.
We don't add MSG or flavour enhances.
We don't add preservatives.
We don't add yeast to our breads.
We don't use low quality oil.
We have the cleanest kitchens in QLD and many of our locations achieve 5-Star ratings from City Councils ...read more
- Outdoor Seating
- Indoor Dining
- Wheel Chair Access
- Disabled Parking
- Gluten Free
- Mains under $20
- Entrees under $10
- Outdoor Seating
- Group Bookings
- Family Friendly
- All Cards Accepted
I have purchased food from Miss India before in other locations but that was a few years ago. I felt like some Indian a couple of days ago so thought I would try the one here in Bundaberg.
The curries were mostly sauce, there was very little meat in them. Our total was $50 and for that amount, it was pretty poor. I am not a glutton, I did not expect them to bring my food out in a semitrailer though the amount for $50 was quite disappointing. Let alone the curries being predominately sauce the container size was tiny, as was the same with the rice.
I cannot remember how much the naan bread was but it was the only thing that stood out as being really nice. Maybe I am turning into an old person, shouting out to whoever will listen that back in my day you could buy *insert item here* for a nickel. However, I cannot help but feel my disappointment was realistic here. I will not be revisiting Miss India again.