Malabar

Malabar

Malabar

Review of Malabar

The flavours of South India are brought to the forefront by Chef Mohammed at his restaurant, Malabar.

The Darlinghurst location has prime position at the corner of Kings Cross and a table by the window offers diners a unique opportunity to people watch.  The newly fitted-out restaurant is understated, modern, with just a hint to their Indian heritage through the black and white wall mural.

The menu features South Indian specialties including Dosai’s, numerous curries (including vegetarian options) and Indian staples such as naan bread of course.  We are fans of the distinct South Indian flavours, herbs and spices used in the dishes.  You will notice the cuisine is quite different to the fare you may be more accustomed to from the North.

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Food at Malabar

There is also a Banquet Menu which is perfect for groups.  Oh, and you might be interested to know they do BYO (wine only).

Add to this authentic service and we think Malabar is a perfect choice to satisfy your Indian curry craving.  In fact we’d go so far as to say this is some of the best Indian in Sydney.

Those on the North will be pleased to hear they also have a restaurant in Crows Nest.

Address:  274 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst
Phone:  +61 2 9332 1755
Hours:  Lunch – Wed – Sun – 12 – 2.30pm, Dinner – Mon – Sun – 5.30pm – late
Website:  Malabar

Address:  334 Pacific Highway, Crows Nest
Phone:  +61 2 9906 7343
Hours:  Lunch – Sun – Fri – 12 – 2.30pm, Dinner – Mon – Sun – 5.30 – 10.30pm
Website:  Malabar

* Urban Chic Guides was invited to dine on this visit as guests of Malabar.  All thoughts and words are the authors own and reflect their true and honest opinion.  For more information about our Editorial Policy, click here.

Images courtesy of Malabar. 

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