The food was very nice however the serving was quit small for 20. We ordered two dishes and asked the waiter if it’s good to share and she said yes however when she brought them out they were the size of my hand which was surprising considering they were around 22 each. What made me full was the bread we ordered. The food was great but it would have been better if the serving was worth the price. And maybe some music considering it was only us and another table so pretty quiet 😅
Fabulously genuine and delicious food. My children will choose the butter chicken here over any other Indian restaurant. The atmosphere is cosy and the staff are friendly. I recommend the Madras and the Goan Fish curry. The naan is proper fluffy naan too.
Excellent Indian food. We are new to the south of Brisbane and we have tried all India restaurant in this street. This was the last and we didn’t want to come as it’s always empty but don’t let that put you off. We were very surprised. The food was wonderful and this will be our favourite and regular Indian hangout. We will see you next weekend. BYO drinks and friendly staff.
Good Indian food!
This restaurant is a longstanding Morningside institution and we used to go to the Friday and Saturday night buffets before Covid before we decided we didn't like the food. The buffets are finished now and that is a great thing because the food on the a-la-carte menu is really good. We ordered a Tandoori platter and a couple of vegetarian curries which were excellent and a cut above the average Indian curries which usually taste the same. We found pieces of cinnamon and cardomom pods in the sauce and the naan were actually cooked in the tandoor oven. The poppadoms and rice are complimentary too which we really appreciate after paying as much as $5 for a small serve of rice. BYO is a plus too!
29 April 2017
We've been a few times for the Friday and Saturday night buffet, which at $20 per head is really good value for money. The curries are too a bit too mild for our taste (more suited to the Australian palate) and we don't think that they are cooking the tandoori chicken and naan in the tandoor oven any more. We probably won't go back again!
So after more than 10 years of take away at Curryville, we found ourselves dining out at Sherazade on a Wednesday. Completely empty apart from the odd takeaway customer, this was probably the best indian food we have had in many years. Highly recommend the place! Next I will try their takeaway.
Ah and portions were fine!