Billi’s authentic Indian food is beyond delicious

On the couch, our Indian ‘friends’ Rohit Sherma and Jyoti, and Sachin Sharma, making a night at Billi’s Indian an unforgettable adventure for your tastebuds.

Eve Jeffery

I have eaten at dozens of Indian places in my life, and personally, my go-to on the Far North Coast for authentic Indian food is Billi’s Indian Restaurant.

I just love it, I can’t get enough. Apart from the fact that all the food is beyond delicious, and they serve up some pretty stunning meals for annoying vegans like me, the variety for all diners is great and the service is always on point.

A few of us Echo chicks went for a celebration a while ago and we couldn’t believe how quickly we were served when there were so many of us – dish after scrumptious dish came out from the kitchen, which smells like heaven, and they made our occasion something really special. 

I can certainly recommend heading to Billinudgel for your Christmas or end of year party – but I’d book ahead, they get pretty busy!

My daughter and I also get takeaway from Billi’s Indian on a regular basis; the serve sizes are huge and we always make sure we get extra naan bread cooked in Billi’s tandoor by specialist naan baker Sachin. It keeps us fed for days!

The wide variety of naan perfectly offsets chef / owner Rohit Sherma’s excellent flair with Indian food – there is always something new and interesting on the menu, and even if you are not an annoying vegan, you will find more yumminess than you ever hoped for.

Billi’s caters for mild, medium and hot tastebuds, it’s family friendly, it’s BYO and it’s actually everything you could ask for, right across the road from the Billinudgel Hotel.

Give them a try – tell them Eve sent you, they know me, I’m a regular – they’ll look after you! PS, try the mushrooms – drooool!

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