Indian Star Restaurant
The Indian Star Tandoori Restaurant in Rotorua is consistently recognised as one of the finest dining experiences in the city. With our mouthwatering range of of delicious Indian cuisine, all expertly prepared by our experienced chefs, the Indian Star experience is one that will keep you coming back again and again.
Our menu is carefully selected from the infinitely diverse dishes that exist throughout the Indian subcontinent and offers a taste of the best and most characteristic Indian meals: rich and lavish Pulao and Biryani rice dishes, savoury North Indian Kormas, kebabs and tandoori dishes all complimented with hand made wheat breads. Southern India with it's predominantly vegetarian and seafood cuisine inspires a range of delicious dishes, spiced with chilli, coconut oil and coconut milk, the Goan Fish Curry being a fine example.
Just a short stroll from Rotorua lakefront, the Indian Star Tandoori Restaurant is in Rotorua's famous dining destination, Eat Street, located at the Lake end of Tutanekai Street where you may choose to dine in our atmospheric restaurant or choose to dine 'alfresco' style while enjoying the friendly atmosphere of Rotorua.
Order a refreshing drink from our fully licensed bar, or alternatively bring your own wine to enjoy with your meal.
We look forward to making your dining experience a memorable one.
Save 10% when you pick-up your order directly from the restaurant.
Please Note: Indian Star Rotorua is not associated with India Star Hamilton. You can only book or place an order for Indian Star Rotorua from the contact information on this site.
Restaurant Owner Is Star Performer
Recently Ray Singh (pictured left), owner/director of the Indian Star restaurant which earlier this year was named Rotorua's best restaurant spoke to The Daily Post for a "People in business" article.
Don't Ignore Power Of Testimonials
Article By Rod Meharry
How powerful are testimonials? I wrote a testimonial without being asked in support of restaurant Indian Star and unbeknown to me it was used to support them in the Rotorua Hospitality Awards.