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415 reviews
Value for money

dined on Fri, 15 Sep 2017

Food is good but portions could be larger

dined on Fri, 15 Sep 2017

A family favourite

dined on Sun, 10 Sep 2017

Food needs to be spicier, even when requested for this.

dined on Sun, 10 Sep 2017

Always fantastic foods and services. I am happy to go there.

dined on Sun, 20 Aug 2017

Good value and good service

dined on Sat, 5 Aug 2017

This is definitely a neighbour gem. Food is delicious. Service is fast.

dined on Sat, 29 Jul 2017

Portions quite small but prices on the steeper end

dined on Sat, 10 Jun 2017

Food was great great. Made me feel like it was home cooked food.
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About Thousand Spices

Land of Milk and Spicy Thousand Spices is the hidden gem of Homebush. Once you get there, you’ll find yourself in a chilled-out place featuring auspicious red wallpaper and lively Indian music. The popularity it has achieved with Indian locals vouches for its authenticity and great taste. Why not follow their lead and order a big juicy kebab, or the rich and creamy rogan josh? Thousand Spices serves exotic favourites like the sweet and tangy mango chicken and classic daal for the vegetarians. For a real treat, go for the tandoori platter which offers the best of Indian-style grill. For those of you who love spicy food, here at Thousand Spices you’ll get exactly what you’re after. Just ask, and the chef won’t skimp on the chilli. This is authentic Indian, and it’s done at a great price. Indian food is best shared with companions, so bring your chums and loved-ones along, and order several dishes for everyone to try. Too hot for you? We didn’t think so. Best Dish: tandoori platter

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