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Sweet Chilli Indian Foods from Marrickville Opening hours

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We are happy to be open for you. Our current opening hours can be found in the table. Never stand in front of closed doors again! Just check in advance if we are still open. Because nothing is worse than looking for a parking space, then walking to the restaurant to find out that you are outside the opening hours. Just check online if Sweet Chilli Indian Foods is still open.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Tuesday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Wednesday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Thursday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Friday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Saturday 10:00 - 22:00
  • Sunday 10:00 - 22:00

Contacts

  • Address: Marrickville, Food Court, Marrickville Metro Shopping Centre, 34 Victoria Road, Marrickville, Sydney
  • Phone: +61295645859

Reviews

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Those who know me that I know that I'm not a fan of Indian food because I just fine, I can not handle the warmth or the spice. The MR, which is an avid Rogan Josh and Butter Chicken Fanatics, probably cries in sleep. Unfortunately for him, my refusal to cook or eat the kitchen, meant that he had no taste for a long time. Grief Grief The perfect opportunity finally banged when we dine in a food dish where he immediately made a beading for the curry. I have to admit that the food was fragrant and saw the Naan bread appetizing. A selection of 3 meat with Basmati rice set him back, and the plate seemed much more essential than my small part of the salad. Grief Grief The beef Vindaloo was a courageous deep red with medium heat, while the chicken Cashmiri dice potato potato and chicken breast contained in a mild yellow curry. Because of his flat texture, I have never been a fan of Basmati rice, but I can certainly see it that it pulls its weight to keep the strong sauces in Indian cuisine. Grief Grief Although the Mr. was driven by the meal, he did not enjoy it; To accuse the fact that every curry had overwhelmed the flavors of the other by serving in a flat plate. Maybe the divided packaging may be an idea. The lack of vegetables also meant that it was quite heavy and rich. Not the best induction to Indian cuisine I'm afraid.


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Those who know me that I know that I'm not a fan of Indian food because I just fine, I can not handle the warmth or the spice. The MR, which is an avid Rogan Josh and Butter Chicken Fanatics, probably cries in sleep. Unfortunately for him, my refusal to cook or eat the kitchen, meant that he had no taste for a long time. Grief Grief The perfect opportunity finally banged when we dine in a food dish where he immediately made a beading for the curry. I have to admit that the food was fragrant and saw the Naan bread appetizing. A selection of 3 meat with Basmati rice set him back, and the plate seemed much more essential than my small part of the salad. Grief Grief The beef Vindaloo was a courageous deep red with medium heat, while the chicken Cashmiri dice potato potato and chicken breast contained in a mild yellow curry. I have never been a fan of Basmati rice because of its flat texture, but I can certainly see it that it pulls its weight to the strong sauces in the Indian ... read more