Darbar Reserve table

Newtown & the Inner West, 134 Glebe Point Rd, GLEBE, Australia
96 Reviews 4

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Opening hours

Monday 05:00 - 22:30

Tuesday 05:00 - 22:30

Wednesday 05:00 - 22:30

Thursday 05:00 - 22:30

Friday 05:00 - 22:30

Saturday 05:00 - 22:30

Sunday 05:00 - 22:30




5 /5 Rating average

I come here often, by myself after work or with friends and I've never been disappointed. The quality and the freshness of the food is just amazing, the service is always great (Angie, the manager, is just a lovely person!). I'll keep coming back, definetely!

5 /5 Rating average

Wow. This restaurant not only has an intriguing decor but the food was fantastic. Definitely taken on a journey to India via our taste buds. Superb spices and flawless flavours all met with service that was brilliant and making sure we left wanting to come back again sometime. Highly recommended.

2 /5 Rating average

We normally go to this restaurant and received a text that there was a special and all main dishes were half price . When we arrived we were told that certain dishes were not half price and when we wanted to take some of the left over food we were told that since the dishes were half priced the take away containers will be $5 each - this plastic container would have cost them $0.20 cents. What a rort - the advert should include that there are conditions and they have totally lost my business of spending usually $100-$200 each time we visit. Bad customer service and marketing on management .

3 /5 Rating average

Service although very pleasant is extremely slow. Food is tasty Goat curry was good,however, beef was very tough. Atmosphere is rather cold as it was years ago when it was Darling Mills. Not sure if it's worth a return visit.

3 /5 Rating average

Darbar is a sub-level restaurant space, contributing heavily to its dark, underground vibe. There's several defined dining areas great for visiting in groups. Darbar's menu is relatively extensive so sports a good range of options beyond your local takeaway. Darbar's rendition of Papri Chaat - the Darbar Chaat ($13) presents like a a pretty, patterned soup, and rather than large crisps, these are actually buried below the yoghurt and tamarind mix, not unlike a savoury cereal. It's sweet and tangy, but not great for eating with your hands. The Masala Dosai ($15) is one of the better versions around the city. Its a savoury yet flavourful potato mix. The sambhar is the same, and to my preference not as watery as some others available elsewhere. The Railway Goat Curry ($23) is a little too rich but quite flavoursome. The tenderness of goat is varied, and we enjoyed some beautifully tender portions yet others a little tough and chewy to get to. The Biryani ($23) is served traditionally, served and cooked within a pastry topped dish. Whilst the flavours were complex and present, the rice was overcooked from potentially a little too much sauce. I must admit whilst the staff can seem a little stretched, their nature and friendliness are forgiving. There's genuine interest in hosting a great experience and makes for a generally lovely experience

3 /5 Rating average

Visited this restaurant over the weekend, an extremely busy venue. The service very friendly & prompt. The food was nice, not outstanding. We had a banquet, far too much food. My only suggestion is to make sure you check the bill, it turned out we were charged corkage for each person when only one couple byo & the rest of bought wine from the wine list.

2 /5 Rating average

Ended up for lunch here.. The place looks like a dungeon type.. but has good seating inside.. the bar is small and inviting.. The food is very tasteless.. It was very sweet!! Imagine expecting something spicy and it turns out flat sweet.. not happening!! The service staff is courteous and ever smiling...

2 /5 Rating average

I have previously visited the restaurant and had a Lamb Biryani which was quiet good. Expecting the same i ordered a Lamb Biryani Takeaway but all I got was some lamb curry mixed with flavoured spicy rice. Would have held them in High regard if they said it was not Available. But they probably didn't want to lose the business , well incorrect choice as not going to visit the place again along with my friends.