Tucked away @ the intersection of George st & York street. Seats about 20 people & was reasonably full on a week day. Had butter chicken with paratta. OKish food - decent portions. Can try once.
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We shared several different Indian dishes for dinner at Pickled Evenings and enjoyed the quality and variety and the way in which it was presented. The customer service was of the highest standard. Our hotel reception had made the reservation on our behalf and we...More
An evening meal here, greeted pleasantly and quickly seated. Surroundings pleasant, service was friendly and prompt. Food was ok, a bit underwhelming, not as lovely as expected from the reviews of this place. Food was hot upon arrival, serving sizes average, rice good and fluffy....More
We were greeted promptly and offered a welcome drink of lightly spiced juices which was good. The pickles plate with poppadoms was tasty. We had the cheese balls and the potato and pea samosas. For mains we had the seafood in tomato sauce which had...More
Stopped in this evening quite early as we had a long day of travel. Ordered two curries, prawn madras and Dahl, two garlic naan and rice. Service was efficient and very friendly. Both dishes were very tasty and the naan Was very light a fluffy....More
We had a brilliant meal at this lovely restaurant. Our first trip to Launceston and we are so glad we stumbled across this restaurant. The menu was vast, the food was delicious and the staff were exemplary. Best waitstaff we have come across in a...More
We had a birthday party for an eleven year old and it was great. They have great food and lots of options to choose from. As well as Indian food they also have foods other than Indian. Their service was great and they had excellent...More
We did take-away and they got our order wrong, and they over charged us we ordered 3 naans and only got 2. Food was alright, not enough seasoning and it was quite expensive.