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Delicious Indian Food

Happy girls enjoying.

The Mullum Indian Restaurant is situated, conveniently, a short drive from town, at the Mullumbimby Golf Club and has become a favourite place to dine for many locals around the Shire.

The owner PJ, and his staff, will always greet you with smiles and impeccable service, whether collecting your takeaway or dining in. If you choose to dine on the balcony overlooking the golf course you are in for a special treat. Sunset and moonrise are fabulous – and all feel special who are a part of it – coupled with fantastic food and wine; where else would fit that bill in Mullumbimby? From a table for one to tables for 12, they can accommodate most.

With over 27 years of experience in the industry, PJ is confident that the produce he sources, locally where possible, is of the highest quality. Their delicious traditional menu is extensive and mouth-watering, and they offer vegan, dairy free, and gluten free options on request. Meal servings are more than generous, and the Golf Club bar has any beverage you may require. The restaurant also offers self-serve catering for parties and events at very affordable prices.

The opening hours are 4.30–9.00pm Wednesday to Sunday – and remember it’s always best to make a booking for dining in or balcony dining. NSW Dine & Discover vouchers are accepted, as well as all eftpos cards and cash. And there is always plenty of parking available for customers in the Club car park.

Mullum Indian Restaurant is proud to be the first authentic Indian Restaurant in Mullumbimby and has no links to any other restaurant or location in the town. Check out the restaurant on Instagram and Facebook where they will post all their upcoming promotions and freebies.

More info:
Mullum Indian Restaurant

Ph 6684 2273 (option 3) or 0448 300 684

1600 Coolamon Scenic Dr (Golf Club) Mullumbimby

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