Joy Indian – a new sister restaurant for Taste of Bangladesh


Southside living fans of Manuka’s Taste of Bangladesh are welcoming the new opening of Joy Indian, a sister restaurant in the Erindale Centre.


Shafique and Farhana’s new venture offers a larger space for functions and parties – which they do so well.


The naan are baking in the tandoor…

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…curries cooking….

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…the gulab jaman simmering.


Alam, an experienced Canberra chef, is heading up the kitchen.


He is ably helped by Taj who is well known by Taste of Bangladesh regulars.


Open Tuesday to Saturday for lunch 12:00-2:00pm and dinner Monday to Sunday 5pm -10pm, BYO is free corkage, takeaway is 10% discounted and delivery is free for $35 and over.


I particularly like the look of the banquets which have unlimited servings of some of my favourite dishes.

The $25 banquet offers three entrees and four curries with rice and raita.

The $30 banquet is my favourite as it includes four entrees, four curries, raita, naan, rice and gulab jaman.

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Do drop by and check it out at 38 Gartside Street, Erindale Centre

Parking is easy!

Phone 0411 168 227 for booking or information.

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