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Cafe Southall – Top Indian Restaurants

Saint Kilda, 3182
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ABOUT Cafe Southall – Top Indian Restaurants

Fine contemporary dining leaks from the entrance at Café Southall, a family Indian restaurant lying just beyond Melbourne’s St Kilda beach.

Named after the London district for Punjab migrants from India, Café Southall encompasses a menu reflective of this heritage, one which is very personal to Ravnish and Jaspel Ghandi, who have poured their home into the meals.

Café Southall blends Indian cuisine with a modern interior to boot; including industrial lighting fixtures, warm timber furnishing and velvet booths with a classic café window bench overlooking Carlisle Street and the town hall reserve.

Café Southall also features in our top picks for the best restaurants to eat Indian vegan food – check it out here!

Contact Cafe Southall via the contact form provided or by the phone number, email & web address below the form

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