Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Jaisalmer Palace Indian Restaurant, Bourke St, Melbourne

Tim and I recently went for an Indian curry dinner at Jaisalmer Palace Indian Restaurant.  We had been hoping to go to a curry house further up the street, but it was full, and the nice man on the door at Jaisalmer had invited us in, so we thought we'd give it a go.

Jaisalmer is lavishly furnished with wooden tables and chairs, as depicted at the top of this post.  They have an extensive curry menu to chose from, including vegetarian options.

I chose the Aloo Ghobi (potato, peas, cauliflower in spicy sauce) ($12):

while Tim chose the Madras beefy curry ($18):

We also ordered a plain rice ($4):

and a Kashmiri naan stuffed with dried fruits and nuts ($4.50):

All of the food was hearty and delicious, and warming for a cold winter night.  The service was friendly and efficient.  We'd go back to Jaisalmer Palace. 

98 Bourke St,
Melbourne VIC 3000


Gourmet Getaways said...

Ooh, that's an interesting presentation of rice :)...naan and curry are one of the most flavourful Indian fave foods we know :)

Julie & Alesah
Gourmet Getaways xx

Kayte said...

Ooohhh...all that looks really delicious and like a great adventure. Fun to see it all...serendipitous that you ended up there I would say.