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dined on Fri, 8 Jun 2018

Great late night curry in Chinatown

dined on Sat, 26 May 2018

I always have a good time at Gaylord's, full stop.

dined on Sat, 14 Apr 2018

Gaylord's is always a great place to go for a truly delicious dinner and lovely service.

dined on Sat, 7 Apr 2018

Food was great, enjoyed. Decor a bit dated BYO wine a bonus for a restuarant in the cbd with food that good.

dined on Thu, 5 Apr 2018

The food was nice and the staff were friendly

dined on Wed, 28 Mar 2018

Lots of hype. Food OK but nothing to write home about.

dined on Sat, 17 Mar 2018

Great atmosphere, friendly staff, good wie list and very reasonably priced. The spice level in the food was perfect however, the lettuce in the Bombay Salad could have been a little crisper and a couple of the parathas weren't evenly cooked but this doesn't detract from how good the other food we ordered was.
Len Henderson

dined on Sun, 11 Mar 2018

food was very mediocre tasteless and chewy meat very dissatisfied

dined on Sun, 11 Feb 2018

A little hard to find if you've not been before. Fast service - we ate here prior to a concert and we were in and out in les than an hour. Delicious and warming curry, good choice of wine list. Décor is slightly extravagant Indian but adds to the occasion.

dined on Tue, 26 Dec 2017

Attentive, with probably the tastiest Indian food in Melbourne. Its dry and spicy like in India, rather than overtly sweet and creamy. BYO too, which is a massive tick!
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About Gaylord Indian Restaurant

Indian in Chinatown? The heart of Chinatown seems like a strange place to find an Indian restaurant, but the award winning Gaylord has been here since 1985, and it has become a part of the landscape. The hole in the wall restaurant opens up in to a vast dining space, lavishly decorated with ruby red carpets and ornately painted golden walls and ceilings. Here the chefs specialise in tandoori cuisine, where meat, seafood or vegetables are marinated in fresh yogurt and spices and then cooked on skewers in a clay oven. Even celebrities like Stevie Wonder have dined here, so why not join them. Next time you’re in Chinatown and you feel like Indian, head to Gaylord for an authentic and satisfying experience. Best Dish: seafood masala

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