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Indian Restaurants in Northcote

Let it be heard – Indian restaurants represent the third largest migrantethnic group in all of Australia. For those of Indian descent (of which there are nearly 700,000), bringing the cuisine secrets from their ancestral homeland. For the rest of us Aussies, we can just be grateful for the homemade curries.

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Base Camp

Indian, Nepalese,

102 High Street, Northcote

  • Base Camp Phone number03 9482 1168
  • Base Camp Email addressk.kadel@gmail.com
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Curry Cafe

Indian,

73 High Street, Northcote

  • Curry Cafe Phone number03 9489 9066
  • Curry Cafe Email address
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Maharaja Palace Northcote

Indian,

417 High Street, Northcote

  • Maharaja Palace Northcote Phone number03 9489 8572
  • Maharaja Palace Northcote Email addressmpnorthcote@gmail.com
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Mirchi & Mime

Indian,

240 High Street, Northcote

  • Mirchi & Mime Phone number03 9481 3559
  • Mirchi & Mime Email addressmirchimime@yahoo.com

QIKI Cuisine Check: How to Pick the Perfect Indian Restaurant in Northcote for You

When you go to the Indian restaurants in Northcote, you will recognize many of the base ingredients: tomatoes, butter, milk, heavy cream, ginger, onion, and garlic. However, it is the clever, creative, savory use of spices that make authentic Indian food so richly distinct in taste. These include cayenne, cumin, turmeric, cardamom, and garam masala. Read quickly how Indian restaurants in Northcote balance their flavors here.

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QIKI Primer: Local Specialties from the Indian Restaurants in Northcote

Here are a few of our favorite dishes from the local Indian restaurants in Northcote – right off their menu.

Butter Chicken

Take this beautiful description of butter chicken, for what it’s worth:

"The divine dish have been rooted deep in the northeastern part of the Indian but the appetizing and tempting taste of the dish has won the praises in almost every part of the country. The sweet and tangy combination of spiced chicken suits in every plate across the globe. Thick cream, sprinkled with spices and onions well serves with the loaf of naan. The mesmerizing flavors of spices and essence of traditional Indian herbs make it stand on the top of the menu of the Indian restaurant in Australia."

Beef Vindaloo

Coming in a chilli, vinegar, and coconut-based sauced, beef vindaloo is for spicy lovers. The intense spiciness is artfully countered, however, by heavy cream and tomatoes. If you need spicy to light up your taste buds, go vindaloo!

Chicken Tikka Masala

Creamy, delicious, and filled with savory flavor from the tomatoes and spices, chicken tikka masala is an Indian classic. Make sure to ask the Indian restaurants in Northcote whether their chefs specialize in a certain kind of meat choice – each one has a 5 star version of tikka masala.

Mixed Veg Curry

Packing in “umami” taste, mixed veg curry goes heavy on veggies like carrots, tomatoes, mushrooms, and onions. All these veggies marinate over the fire, allowing veggie curry options to develop deep, rich, distinct flavorings. Check out the mixed veggie curries at the local Indian restaurants in Northcote. Ask how they make sure the veggies reach peak consistency, so you feel prepared on what texture to expect.

QIKI History

Incredibly enough, the population of Indian-Australians grew by roughly 75,000 every year the past several years. Behind the English and Chinese, Indian-Aussies make up the third-largest national group here. Fortunately enough, these citizens contribute to the more beautiful parts of Melbourne’s metropolitan character. The delicious Indian restaurants in Northcote are a direct reflection of that.

This welcomed increase in immigration started as a trickle, with Indian migrants coming for work – in some way affiliated with British-Indian colonial rule. After that dissipated, it still took Australia decades to catch up, finally loosening immigration laws in the 70s. Since then, cities like Melbourne have only benefitted from Indian-Aussies grateful to call this city their home.

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