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The Malabar Crows Nest Restaurant opened its doors in 1992. Featuring mesmerizing floor to ceiling murals of India, hard timber chairs and a cuisine filled with healthy new conventional choices, Malabar pays homage to its South Indian heritage. Sprawled over two levels, the 150 beater Malabar, is one of the largest restaurants on the North Shore. It offers a range of dining options from private functions rooms, important group tables, through to intimate tables for two, takeaway and catering. Located within an effortless walk of trains, buses and parking stations, it’s perfectly placed for a speedy lunch, a feast dinner, large celebratory events and family gettogethers. Welcome to Malabar for a trip down India’s maximum famous Spice Trail! Our Malabar, the restaurants, has been named after the coastal region of Kerala the powerhouse of Indian spices. Often dubbed the Pepper coast’, Malabar originally founded its wealth and power on growing and exporting spices indigenous to Kerala, thriving lower international Ocean trade. Spices were considered a symbol of wealth and affluence and pepper doubled as a more stable form of currency than money during its phase of initial international fame. This is how the famous Spice Succeed was created thousands of years ago bringing us the exotic spices of the subcontinent to every nation’s cuisine. Malabar in Darlinghurst was established in 2003. Tranquil to this day, he handpicks all fresh produce, only allowing the best ingredients entering the kitchen. Correct to his philosophy only if using the superior provide available, can the best food be produced. Every onion is hand peeled, every segment of meat is hand cut and the spices are grounded on the premises. Respecting the thousands of years of culinary development in India, every dish is cooked true to its ancient recipes. At Malabar, taste sensations are the pillar of the kitchen, where exquisite recipes arrive together to ensure an experience that reiterates the greatness of South India with novel additions to the menu, allowing the new Indian cuisine entering the culinary legacy of Chef Mohamed and Malabar South Indian Cuisine. Sprawled over an unfold space, the 110 beater Malabar, is one of the most atmospheric and cozy restaurants in the Darlinghurst area. It offers a range of dining options from large group tables, through to intimate tables for two and takeaway. Located within an easy walk of trains, buses and parking stations, it’s perfectly placed for a speedy lunch, a feast dinner, large celebratory events and family get together.Read more...
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