Manjits Wharf

  3.8 – 1,403 reviews  $$$ • Indian restaurant

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Sunday12–3pm, 5:30–10pm
Wednesday12–3pm, 5:30–10pm
Thursday12–3pm, 5:30–10pm
Friday12–3pm, 5:30–10:30pm
Saturday12–3pm, 5:30–10:30pm

Address and Contact Information

Address: 10/49 Lime St, Sydney NSW 2000

Phone: (02) 9279 3379



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Entree – Vegetarian
Gol Gol Gappa
A contemporary twist on a classic street food delight. Crisp pastry filled with spiced chickpea and potato, served with tamarind and chaat masala
Vegetable Samosa
Handmade, deep fried Punjabi short-crust pastry filled with potatoes and aromatic spices
Dil Bhar Tikki
Potato dumplings filled with spices, lentils, beetroot powder and sweet and sour green chilli chutney.
Tandoori Gobi
A spicy Indian baked/grilled dish with cauliflower flowerettes marinated and roasted in a mixture of yogurt and some aromatic, exotic Indian tandoori spices.
Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Khumb
Grilled whole organic mushrooms filled with paneer and cottage cheese, spiced corn and water chestnut
Zivu Paneer Tikka
24 hour marinated cottage cheese smoke-roasted with onion, capsicum and tomato, finished with fresh coriander and activated charcoal
Pyaaj ka Phool
Our take on the classic onion bhaji. Gladalan brown Pyaaj from Lockyer Valley, Queensland richly coated in a spiced chickpea flour and deep fried to golden perfection
Stuffed Idli
Traditional South Indian steamed rice cakes, filled with vegetables, served with tomato rasam and coconut chutney
Vegetarian Entrée Platter
Price per person and includes a tasting platter of Vegetable Samosa, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Khumb, Tandoori Gobhi, Zivu Paneer Tikka.
Entree – Meat
Lamb Seekh Rampuri
A speciality from the kitchens of ‘The Maharaja of Rampur’; lamb and beef mince with onions & green spices, pressed on a skewer & smoke roasted over charcoal.
Bharrah Kebab
Tender rack of baby lamb cutlets marinated in spices & aromates, skewered & broiled in Tandoor.
Kashmiri Chicken
Free-range Organic chicken tenderloin marinated with spices and chickpea flour, cooked in the Tandoor oven. Finished with fresh zesty lemon and sweet pea puree.
Chicken Malai Tikka
Boneless spring chicken fillet marinated overnight & cooked in a Tandoor.
Fish Amritsari
Market fish fillets marinated with garlic, ginger, red chilli, tamarind and coriander coated in chickpea batter and deep fried until crisp
Tandoori Fish Malai
White Fish Fillet marinated in Indian spices roasted on the tandoori oven with a blend of the 4 signature sauces of India
Masala Prawns Pakora Bites
Shrimps battered with chickpea batter, served with dried chilli and curry leaves
Crab Uttapam
Rice and lentil pancakes, topped with blue swimmer crab, sprinkled with fresh green chilli, coriander, ginger, and crunchy yellow split pea
Entrée Platter
Price per person and includes a tasting platter of Fish Amritsari, Kashmiri Chicken, Lamb Bharrah Kebab, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Khumb
Mains from the Curry Kitchen
Madras Curry
A spicy curry dating back to the times of the British Raj originating from the southern Indian city of Madras. Made with rich tomato, onion, fenugreek and garlic served med-hot. Choose from Chicken, Lamb or Beef
Korma ‘Zaffar Shahi’
A king’s favourite, known throughout India. A bowl full of highly flavoured, creamy textured, best known, boneless lamb or chicken curry. Choose from Chicken, Lamb or Beef
Ghosht Saagwala
Ghosht – an Urdu word for meat. Blended to perfection with Mughlai style, fresh green spices from the hill tops of Kashmir & puree of green leafy spinach. Choose from Chicken, Lamb or Beef
A Portuguese-inspired dish. The meat is rested in malt vinegar and garlic. Cooked with pepper, cinnamon, limes and fresh red chillies. Choose Chicken, Lamb or Beef Cheek. Traditionally served very hot.
Beef Cheek Phall
A British-Asian curry originating in the British-Bangladeshi-owed curry houses of Birmingham and known as the hottest curry of all. Chilli peppers, tomatoes and ginger rested in malt vinegar
Bakra Rogan Josh
A popular preparation of lamb from North India. Rich gravy is used to finish the pot roast; garnished with green coriander and cordon of fresh cream.
Mum’s Goat Curry
Tender goat piece cooked in a traditional roadside style gravy of browned onion, ginger, garlic, black cardamom and cassia bark.
Lamb Shoulder Anarkali
Slow cooked lamb shoulder cooked in its own stock topped with North Indian aromatic spices finished with mint caramelised onion and lemon
Butter Chicken
A chicken delicacy half cooked the Tandoori way, the other half finished the curry way; a creamy tomato flavoured curry with a touch of pepper for a delicate palate – hot or mild.
Chicken Tikka Masala
A traditional Indian-British favourite, smoky chicken tikka pieces topped with fresh onions, capsicum and tomatoes finished with lemon juice and coriander
Tandoori Adrak Ka Choosa
Full free-range tandoori chicken smoked with cardamom, clove, ginger and bay leaves; served with mint yoghurt.
Dum Ki Biryani
A speciality from the Mughal days. Fragrant basmati rice, pressure cooked in stock with tender chicken thigh fillet, saffron, sultanas and nuts.
Jhinga Malabari Prawn
Tiger Prawns lightly sautéed and finished with a creamy coconut reduction spiced with carom seeds, capsicum and fresh lime. Served Hot, Med or Mild
Machli Tamatar Wali
Line caught NZ Ling fish with a sauce of fresh tomatoes, garlic, coriander and finished with garam masala
Kochin Bug Curry
Fresh Balmain Bugs cooked in a classic south Indian cooked in three extractions of coconut milk topped with green chilli and curry leaf
Mains from the Vegetable Garden
Aloo Matar Tamatar
Peas and potatoes in a very smooth onion & tomato based curry.
Bombay Aloo Methi
Potatoes and fenugreek cooked in onions, tomato and garlic sauce.
Palak Paneer
The classic dry combination of puree spicy spinach & homemade cheese.
Paneer Matar
Home made cottage cheese & peas in curry sauce.
Shahi Paneer
A preparation of cheese native to the Indian subcontinent, consisting of a thick gravy of cream, tomatoes and Indian spices
Malai Kofta
Home-made paneer and mixed vegetable dumplings deep fried & served soaked in a rich tomato and cashew nut curry cream sauce.
Baingan Tak-a-Tak
Smoke-roasted baby eggplant mashed with onion, tomato and chilli prepared on the traditional “tawa” hotplate
Bhindi Masala
Okra seasoned with cumin, coriander and sautéed in a Punjabi Tadka
Diwani Handi
Nine seasonal mixed vegetables with poppy seed (khus-khus), cashew, cassia bark, onion and tomatoes almond based curry sauce.
Dal Khushbudar
Yellow Dal. Lentils cooked on a slow fire. Mashed with clarified butter & green coriander & served with shredded ginger.
Dal Makhani
Black Dal. An assortment of three lentils cooked on a slow fire. Mashed with clarified butter & green coriander & served with shredded ginger.
Vegetable Biryani
A speciality from the Moghul days. Fragrant basmati rice, pressure cooked in stock with seasonal garden vegetables, saffron, sultanas and nuts.
Variety of Indian Breads
Naan ( Plain )
Plain white flour bread
Naan ( Garlic )
Flavour of fresh garlic and coriander
Naan ( Cheese and Garlic )
Stuffed with cheese and garlic
Naan ( Keema )
Stuffed with spiced mince
Naan ( Makhni )
Stuffed with butter and lightly garnished
Naan ( Paneer Kulcha )
Stuffed with cheese and spices
Naan ( Kashmiri )
Stuffed with dried fruit and nuts
Naan ( Family )
Serves 4-6 people
Veg Paratha
Stuffed with spiced vegetables
Tandoori Roti
Wholemeal bread
Side Dishes and Salad
Spiced lentil dough rolled into thin flatbread and roasted in the Tandoor
Yoghurt and Cucumber
Mint Sauce
Mango Chutney
Mixed Pickles
Onions, Tomato and Cucumber diced as a salad
Flavoured Chakra
A side dish platter of four of the above sauces
Garden Salad
Lacha pyaz
Onion ring with mint flavouring and chillis
Rice Pulao and Biryanis
Basmati Rice
Plain boiled basmati rice
Kashmiri Pulao
Fluffy saffron rice with nuts and fruits
Zeera Rice
Cumin infused rice
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Reviews & Complaints

Kunal Khambhayta
Amazing food & mocktails. The drink we tried were something new & refreshing. The service was also very good.
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Scott McIntyre
Some outstanding Indian food with excellent service and great water views over King Street Wharf.
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Lovely Cee
I have a new found appreciation for every indian restaurant after visiting this place. Abhis is better than this place.This place gives fine dining food a bad name- everythings small, bland, boring and overpriced. I am here on my birthday and tbh besides the view and ambience everything else is awful. the food, service and drinks are basic. Please save your money. Zaffran is good if you in the harbour area. Other good places are dosa hut, chatkaz and taj. Even abhis is better. I saying this as a desi person to other desis or other people who want authetic good real food and want quality. I attached receipt as proof i went.let me give break down of the food: lasis got colored water, yoghurt and not much mango. Bland. Main dish was paneer with popcorn piece blobs in there and the latcha parata’s are just plain rotis plain personally my rotis are nicer. And the naans are small super basic. Omg and the entree was baby size 3 mushrooms and with teaspoon of cheese/corn in each one with some peri peri sauce. Omg not worth the money. Even i could get a jetstar flight and go to a resturant with a beautiful view. Save your money. Save your time and your energy. Especially when it is special event my entire birthday lunch was awful. The goods not sharable for 2-3 people at all and thats only reason why finished. Everyone deserves better. Also the management and some of the people around are so so snooty and play politics which is awful as they do not want to serve proper, delicious and good quality good food. They also dont want to serve everyone quickly only some and the owner/management says hello to some not to others
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Daniel Padagas
Had delivery. Was absolutely terrible. My review seems to have been removed so here I am again to rewrite about how bad my experience was. Sent us three rice dishes and NO naans when ordered one rice, two naans, butter chicken and entrees. Butter chicken was not butter chicken. Literally the worst Indian food I have ever had and I’ve had ALOT of Indian food. I am a Platinum UberEats user and this was hands down the worse food I’ve received in my 5 years of using UberEats while living in the Sydney CBD. Got an instant refund from UberEats. Stay away… terrible food, dishes changed to rice with no explanation or compensation, and the actual dish that arrived was so bad we threw it out and got McDonalds instead. Thanks for a terrible experience.
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nitish salaria
Highly recommended!! Went there dunning dinner service, food and service was absolutely divine.
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Supraja Ganesh
Tasty Desi food every single time! loved the ambience. the staff are amazing and provide exceptional service.. every dish is made to perfection and served with love. Will definitely visit again! The restaurant manager was obliged to offer a small sweet surprise from me to my friend on her b day which made the evening even more special.. thank you and will surely visit again!
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Tommy Clarke
The service was friendly and polite. The food was reasonably priced given the location and the view and portions were decent. It came out a little bit slower than I thought it could but tasted nice. The staff were slightly disorganised and a bit stressed. Overall a very nice experience and I’m sure they can be forgiven for any difficulties on this particular night as it was the first Friday after a four month lockdown. I’m sure they would have been presented with a lot of challenges after such a long time out of operation.
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Nishant Dundas
Update – 26/1/22 – Man this place is just wonderful. Great service with great food. It’s probably the 4th time I’ve been here in last 2yrs and the food has only got better.
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Ankita Agarwal
It’s a nice fine dining place. We went for dinner. Presentation of food was great. Starters, dishes everything. Drinks were great. For Indians the taste of food is little less spicy but good for others who don’t like spicy food. Service was good. We were attended promptly. Make a reservation in advance if you want to avoid waiting.
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Very underwhelming experience. Manager was always very hard to draw attention from. Waiter didn’t know what certain dishes were made of so he had to always go to the kitchen to ask what this or that meant in the menu. The same waiter (we think he had a french accent) was snappy and not very nice when serving us. He always looked bothered and unfriendly. They took so long in noticing that we had finished our meals that we decided to leave without dessert, walked to the register (because it was impossible to get anybody to look at us to get the bill), paid and left.
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