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562 reviews
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dined on Sun, 17 Jun 2018

They refused to order a taxi for us. We spent $90 on our meals and it was pouring down with rain and we asked them to order us a taxi and they refused. They had phones but we didn't. So instead we had to walk home in a thunderstorm. No restaurant should ever refuse to order a taxi. It ruined our night.

dined on Sat, 16 Jun 2018

Service is awesome

dined on Thu, 31 May 2018

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dined on Sat, 26 May 2018

The food was great, the best I'd had since I was in India two years ago !

dined on Sat, 5 May 2018

There was a mix up in the order. The vegetable curries came earlier while the breads got mixed up and had to be brought to the table later. By the time the Kulcha bread came, which was approximately 20 minutes later, the rest of the veggies had turned cold. Reference-Table 307, date- 5 May, 2018, time 7:30 pm.

dined on Sun, 29 Apr 2018

Great ambience, good food and service!

dined on Wed, 18 Apr 2018

Excellent food, atmosphere and service awaited us. We went early evening on a weeknight to avoid the crowds and they were still pouring in at 8:00pm. The place is huge and surprised us when we arrived. We will definitely visit again. It's a BYO for wine only so that suited us well. There are no tablecloths, not exactly fine dining but was very enjoyable, reasonable and delicious.
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About Aangan Derrimut

Culinary bucket list Aangan Indian Restaurant Derrimut can only be described as unique. Headed up by renowned Melbourne restaurateur, Sumit Malhotra, this restaurant is definitely something you need to add to your culinary bucket list. The cuisine is inspired by India’s rich food culture and the items on the menu consist of both traditional Indian dishes and more modern creations. All the dishes are prepared by highly trained Indian chefs who are all well versed in the Indian culinary method of Dum Pukht. (Dum Pukht is the traditional method used by the Moghul Kings of slow oven cooking, and let’s just say it’s very delicious!). The menu features many savory and classic dishes, as well as multiple vegan and vegetarian options. Come in and admire the beautiful restaurant space and the spectacular menu - there’s something for everyone and every occasion. Best Dish: tdoori chicken "The King of Kebab" - BBQ chicken prepared with yogurt and spices.

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