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About Gaylord Indian Restaurant
The heart of Chinatown might seems an unusual place to find an Indian restaurant , but the award winning Gaylord has been here so long (since 1985) that it's practically an institution. The name Gaylord has been became globalized and having catered at international fairs in Europe, middle east and New York world fairs since 1964-1965. We provide you the exotic and authentic Indian food cooking from the perfection and have been developed by one of the best and world famous chef Mr. Musharraf's secrete recipes of 40 years career. Over 28 years , Gaylord has set a reputation on being a popular Indian restaurant in the heart of Melbourne. Gaylord Indian restaurant Has played host to variety of celebrities in the past. The famous celebrities include the international artists, ""Stevie Wonder"" , ""Hamish and Andy"", world famous Indian Batsman ""Sunil Gavaskar"" , renowned Indian, Australian, Pakistani Cricketers, Indian renowned singer jagjit Singh and pankaj Udhas and many others.
Melbourne, AU-VIC 3000
Hours of operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Daily: 5:30pm - 12:00am
$40 and under
(03) 9663 3980
Paid parking available along Little Bourke Street, Lonsdale Street
Swanston Street Trams, Train - Melbourne Central Station, Various Buses
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Gaylord Indian Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Tasty food at good prices. There's a good selection of vegetarian dishes and the garlic naan bread is delicious!
We did BYOB with $2 per person corkage which i thought was good value. Total bill for 3 mains, 2 rice, 1 garlic naan and corkage was $64, excellent value for money.
Based on the OpenTable rating for this restaurant I made a reservation for 4.
The gaudily lit room, the plastic/paper tablecloths and function room chairs should have been a warning sign that this place was not interested in serving good food.
While the samosas were serviceable if a bit on the small side, the less said about the curries the better. What bizarre flavor combinations were masquerading as Malai Kofta and Navrattan Korma. Someone must have spilled Bergamot in one of them because I've never had a curry that tasted so much like tea in my life!
I'm not sure if the ownership has changed to explain the mismatch between the rating and the experience but the restaurant space certainly hasn't.
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