207 Sheridan St, Cairns North QLD 4870, Australia

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Restaurant, Food

(07) 4041 6955


Open Hours

Monday 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM
Tuesday 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM
Wednesday 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM
Thursday 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM
Friday 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM
Saturday 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM
Sunday 11:30 AM – 9:45 PM

About the business

Tandoori Nights Cairns Indian Restaurant- is an authentic Indian Restaurant,

Tandoori Nights Indian Restaurant- Cairns is an authentic Indian prepared with the right balance of spices and heat. - Dine In or take away meals

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gayatri hiregoudar
I would rate this restaurant zero stars if I could. We experienced racism in first hand by our own people. We visited this restaurant on Christmas Day and asked to sit in the outdoor area. There were plenty of tables empty to get us seated but the lady just shoved us to a table inside saying there are no chairs. Not even 5 mins later, a white couple entered and she immediately grabbed a chair from a huge stack of chairs and got them their table. We didn’t wait to see what the food was like. Pathetic service. I wouldn’t recommend this restaurant to anyone.
Samantha Eljiz
We ordered take away. This was more for the fact I had a headache and didn't want to eat in. We ordered Lamb korma, butter chicken, garlic naans and rice. We can't fault any of it. $48.00 we felt was reasonable. Food was great. Staff was friendly enough. Would order there again given the chance...
Taufiq R
What a crappy place. We visited this place twice & turned away twice. The sign at the door says open, however they were actually closed. Another time they said they only do takeaway. The least that can be done is to put up the right sign to inform any potential customer.
Near our Hotel Stay, Cairns Hospital, Holiday Inn. Ample Vegetarian Options, Tastes Good. Helpful Sikh Family (Owners), Just Need to improve on Service.
karthika Nair
staff behaves very rough and dont care of the customer.lacking manners. food is costly and not worth for it. not recommended

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