Indian Mehfil is located in the centre of the Ipswich Central Business District. Make a visit today for the delicious and aromatic tastes of India.
The restaurant, in Darcy Doyle Place, is in one of Ipswich’s former gracious public buildings and faces the historic St. Paul’s Anglican Church.
Mehfil means ‘get together’, with this long-standing restaurant a popular place for Ipswich locals and visitors to get together for tasty food and good wine. Mehfil is also host to the annual Diwali Festival where revellers sit outside and are entertained by music and dance. Inside, you enter an authentic other world with Indian tiles, paintings and music to accompany your dining. It’s licenced, and the takeaway options include alcohol to accompany your food.
Food ranges from well-known dishes like Butter Chicken to regional dishes such as Goat Curry and Allo Tikki (Pan-fried Potato Patties, Chickpeas topped with Yoghurt and Tamarind Sauce). There’s also a Children’s Menu with options sure to please such as Genie’s Tummy Filler – Mild Chicken Pieces, Potato Finger, Pakora, Pappadums with Mint Sauce. Mixed Platters include Pakora, Samosa, Tandoori Chicken Drumsticks and Fish Tikka, and groups can opt for a Choose Your Own or Chef’s Choice Banquet.