Authentic Indian cuisine

Authentic Indian cuisine: The owners, Rishi and Kanchan Rehal, of Rehal's Divine Indian Restaurant located opposite the new Shellharbour Civic Centre, welcome you to try the extensive menu.
Authentic Indian cuisine: The owners, Rishi and Kanchan Rehal, of Rehal's Divine Indian Restaurant located opposite the new Shellharbour Civic Centre, welcome you to try the extensive menu.

Do you crave authentic Indian cuisine with aromatic herbs, punchy spices and tender ingredients?

Opened on March 21, the new Rehal's Divine Indian Restaurant in Shellharbour offers you an authentic Indian cuisine experience.

Here you can enjoy and share modern and traditional Indian meals.

Offering both lunch and dine-in as well as takeaways, delivery and catering, Rehal's Divine Indian Restaurant is the restaurant to visit with an extensive menu covering all your favourites and more.

The owners, Rishi and Kanchan Rehal, welcome you to enjoy the tasty meals in a stylish and relaxed decor.

"I replicate recipes here after I visit India so these food experiences are authentic," Rishi said.

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Rishi worked as head chef at a local Indian restaurant for five years as well as various other restaurants in the area after qualifying in Commercial Cookery in 2007.

The meals can be delivered in the local area and when it comes to catering, you can discuss ordering special food items that are not on the menu.

The dine-in menu is extensive including meat and vegetarian dishes, naan breads, rice, side dishes and much more.

"The banquet selection at $35.99 for a minimum of two people includes entrees, mains, rice, breads and side dishes," Rishi said.

Try Chicken Tikka Masala with chicken tikka cooked with onion, capsicum, tomatoes and aromatic spices in a traditional sauce or the Lamb Roganjosh consisting of lamb braised with a gravy flavoured with garlic, ginger and spices.

The takeaways are very popular too.

A takeaway favourite is Tandoori Prawns with king prawns marinated traditionally, skewered and cooked over a slow fire in clay oven (tandoor).

Another popular option is the Mixed Platter for two that has a combination of four entrees - two pieces each of vegetable samosa, vegetable pakora, chicken tikka and lamb cutlets.

Rehal's Divine Indian Restaurant is conveniently located just opposite the new Shellharbour Civic Centre.

"There are a lot of people moving into this area," Rishi said. "This is a growing area, especially with the marina under construction while the Shellharbour city centre has become very busy as well.

"We enjoy living here."

Rehal's Divine Indian Restaurant is open from Wednesday to Monday with lunch from 11.30am - 2.30pm and dinner from 5pm till late.

The restaurant is closed on Tuesdays.

Located at 17A/75 Cygnet Avenue in Shellharbour City Centre, phone 4295 5252 or 0470 434 228 for a reservation or for more information.

Alternatively email info@rehalsdivine.com.au or see their website for the menu at rehalsdivine.com.au plus Facebook and Instagram.