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Local | 20/07/20

$10 Signature G&Ts available every Wednesday

Every Wednesday, we will be serving any of our signature Gin and Tonics for only $10. INDU practices RSA and a meal must be consumed with this offer. Please note this offer is only available on Wednesdays and only for reserved tables.
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Local | 28/07/20

INDU Vegan night returns

After the success of our first night, INDU is back with our second night dedicated soley to a vegan menu. We have even paired a great selection of vegan wines to complement your night for only an addditional $30 per person.
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Local | 08/03/20

Gin and Jazz

INDU are excited to present our first Gin and Jazz Sunday session. We are partnering with Four Pillars Gin to host a sensational afternoon of gin tastings, delicious food and live jazz. Your Four Pillars ambassador will guide you through a special tasting paddle featuring three Four Pillars gins along with premium mixers and garnishes to create your own perfect flavour combination. Then sit back, relax and enjoy the live music while you feast on our new seasonal menu. Tickets are just $65pp
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delicious. | 25/06/18

Happy birthday to you!

Southern Indian and Sri Lankan restaurant Indu Restaurant is turning 3, and to celebrate they’re throwing a series of dining experiences from today to Saturday, 7 July.
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The Urban List | 22/06/18

PSA: Underground Vegan Feasts Are Coming To Sydney’s CBD

Vegans, we’re driving you underground—but it’s for a good reason, we promise.
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Urban List Sydney | 06/09/17

Where To Take A Date With Dietaries

A good date spot is hard to find.
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Hospitality Magazine | 22/08/17

James Wallis appointed head chef at INDU

Wallis has been cooking in Sydney’s kitchens since his arrival in Australia in 2015. Wallis first worked at The Tilbury, where he moved from sous chef to head chef, creating a new menu and overseeing a team of chefs.
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Urban List | 03/03/17

Where To Get Cultured In Sydney After Dark

Phoeboe McRae tells us "Where To Get Cultured In Sydney After Dark"
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Australian Traveller | 28/08/16

Review: INDU

Leigh-Ann Pow goes underground in the heart of Sydney for a taste of rural India. Does she find it in Indu?
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Qantas Travel Insider | 07/02/16

Sydney’s Hottest New Indian Restaurant

You might think you’ve lost your way as you arrive at Indu; the staircase leading to its entrance – in a nod to its heritage – is plain. Almost bleak. But the unmistakable whiff of cooked curry leaves will leave no doubt in your mind that you’re at the right address.
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Good Food | 23/02/16


INDU is all about good looks and excellent food that's inspired by the villages of India and Sri Lanka
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Broadsheet | 05/01/16

Southern Indian spices and village cuisine are at the centre of Sam Prince’s newest restaurant

In a dimly lit, terracotta-clad basement deep under George Street, there’s a (small) revolution happening. The refreshed approach to Indian food, from Sam Prince and head chef Bimal Kumar, focuses on the rural flavours and cookery elements of southern-Indian and Sri Lankan villages.
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Good Food | 06/10/15


Medical doctor, philanthropist and restaurateur Sam Prince was late to Sydney's Mexican restaurant party with his 2013 launch of Mejico​ restaurant on Pitt Street, but is ahead of the culinary curve with his latest CBD restaurant plans.
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Concrete Playground | 24/12/15

The new Indian food we've been waiting for.

This is Indu, and entering it is an immediate sensory explosion. The ambient space is toasty warm and bustling (and not unlike a cool old-timey opium den), the air is heavy with the aromas of spice, fresh seafood and coconut sugar, and the soundtrack for the evening is the ultimate mixtape of The Beatles, The Velvet Underground and Led Zeppelin.
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delicious. | 16/12/15


For those who have been turned off Indian food by lurid tandoori chicken, fluorescent saffron rice and renditions of butter chicken that come under a glistening oil slick that would send a BP spin doctor into a frenzy, Indu, Sydney CBD’s new game-changing modern-Indian restaurant, is here to knock those perceptions for six, with effortless style.
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For Food's Sake | 14/12/15

INDU – Sydney CBD

We have all had those unforgettable dining experiences that you want to shout out to the world about and I recently added another to my list. The newly opened Indu, serving up modern indian cuisine, celebrates village culture, flavours and local hospitality and I can guarantee it will be like nothing you have tried before.
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The Urban List | 15/12/15

There’s A New Restaurant In The CBD And We’re INDU It

Happily, new Sydney CBD restaurant INDU has taken the idea of Indian as we know it, and thrown it out the window. Remember when Mexican food stopped being crap and a new world of modern Mexican was born in Sydney? That’s what’s happening at INDU. And since they’re the brains behind the awesome Mejico, you know they know their stuff.
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Good Food | 01/12/15

Just Open: Indu Indian restaurant, Sydney CBD

Indu might prove to be the restaurant poster child for good karma. Located on the corner of George Street and Angel Place in the city, the restaurant opened on Monday and is inspired by aid work undertaken by INDU's owner, Dr Sam Prince, a medical doctor, philanthropist and restaurateur.
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Not Quite Nigella | 07/12/15

Indu, Sydney CBD: Indian Food As You've Never Had It Before

The latest Indian restaurant in Sydney features Indian cuisine that you won't find anywhere else-except in perhaps India.
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