We ordered mixed platter with included lamb cutlet but they just brought chicken says lamb is out of stock. When we said we will not for the chicken then they finally served us lamb
Still has the best bryanyi
Excellent experience for families get together.
Good selection of all the Indian dishes. The dishes and the Naan bread that we selected were tasty and the dishes were a good size.
Enjoyed the dinner!
We ordered quite a few dishes and did not like the taste. The Palak Paneer gravy was not at all meshed properly . The Najuk Kofta dish was not upto the mark with Kofta being extremely hard to even cut from the spoon. The Mushroom dish we ordered looked as if raw mushroom was served with paste of tomato and onions .
We ordered chicken tikka masala, lamb vindaloo and vegetarian biryani. They were really good. Would go back again.
Good service and not too busy
Good service helpful with dietary requirements
Is one of the best Indian places in Sydney. Even my Indian friends go there to eat so can’t be bad!!
The food quality left a lot to be desired. The only positive was the service provided by our hostess Surbi (I hope I spelt her name correctly). The chairs were stained, and the high chair for my granddaughter was filthy, which I had to clean myself.
Servuce is okay, food is good
Didn't enjoy this time as they didn't do quickly what we requested by
Nice Indian restaurant with great service. Dishes were not bad.
The dishes were good but they didn't bother to cut the stem off from the eggplants. The kids menu Dosa didn't come with the dips as advertised in the photo.
Best thing was TheFork discount. Thank you! Otherwise definitely not worth it. Nice al fresco with comfortable chairs and attentive service but food and drinks way under par. My wife had a veg platter including spring rolls and commercial tomato ketchup - remember Billu's Indian Eatery is meant to be in Indian restaurant! Anise used in my lamb curry! Menu way too big attempting multi focus on Punjabi and South Indian food and out of control. Wine list (byo only) limited with entry level wines. Not a patch on neighbour The Indian Eatery, nor Chatkazz around the corner, which have menus they can satisfactorily deliver.
First time I tried Indian restaurant and was very happy with the food and service.
Good for starters.
62/64 Wigram Street, 2150, Harris Park, Australia
Southern delights. Named after its owner, Billu’s Indian Eatery in Harris Park first opened its doors back in 1990, shortly after Billu arrived in Sydney. As renowned for its catering service as for its restaurant, its menu ranges across most of the sub continent, with particular attention being paid to dishes from the south. Home of the dosa, a type of pancake made with rice flour and ground pulses that’s typically served with your choice of spicy filling, its inclusion offers some welcome alternatives to the more familiar curries and saags. Billu also prepares a huge selection of Indian sweets in-house, most of which are available to try in his restaurant. The sugary, milky delights of his burffis are what caught our eye, but you’d do as well to try the milk cake or the rasgulla. Surprisingly hard to come by in most Indian restauants, they’re a very welcome addition to the menu here. Best Dish: Masala dosa.
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