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60 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Dimmi Score

7.9
60 reviews
Recommended
(8.3)
Food
(7.6)
Service
(8.8)
Value for money
(7.6)
Atmosphere
(7.8)
Marty

dined on Fri, 29 Dec 2017

(7)
Food plentiful and tasty, pricy though. Atmosphere so so.

dined on Tue, 26 Dec 2017

(7)
Spicy!!!! Be warned. Food is good, service ok, good value. Will return

dined on Sat, 7 Oct 2017

(6)
Really great food but the service was very ordinary. Overcharged for corkage and rice. They amended the corkage but not the rice.

dined on Sat, 16 Sep 2017

(9)
The staff were very attentive with a good sense of humour. I felt very comfortable being in the restaurant

dined on Tue, 22 Aug 2017

(8)
Excellent Indian food, maybe the best in Penrith.

dined on Sat, 20 May 2017

(9)
Great food, everyone loved it, including our fussy kids. Nothing was too spicy from the choices we had. We chose a few starters to share with our group and ended up only needing two mains between six people. I will defiantly be back as there are other items on the menu I want to try. The staff were attentive and polite.

dined on Fri, 12 May 2017

(10)
Lovely food! And great service as always

dined on Thu, 4 May 2017

(9)
Great Indian food!
Adam Wolarczuk

dined on Sat, 11 Mar 2017

(10)
We love this please and go all the time

dined on Sun, 29 Jan 2017

(9)
Good curries and great service! Will come back for sure
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About Talking Tables

Talk of the town Talking Tables in Penrith is aptly named. Once you have tasted their delicate and carefully spiced take on Indian cuisine, you won’t be able to stop talking about it. You’ll want to tell people about the aloo tikki (shallow fried potato balls served with chick peas, carrots, onions and dipping sauces). You’ll want to encourage them to try the prawn tilli (king prawns battered in chickpea flour and sprinkled with roasted sesame seeds) or the chicken dhansak (cooked with a mix of lentils and flavoured with a touch of sweet and sour). You won’t be able to stop going on about the tawa goat curry or the special duck curry with tomato and garlic paste served with coriander leaves and fresh ginger. And heaven help anyone who gets you started on the Peshawari naan stuffed with cherry and dry fruits. The only thing that will stop you talking is a mouthful of food – so hurry back for seconds! Best dish: mixed dal

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