Little Haveli, Taste of India in Sydney.

Little Haveli

Little Haveli

We went to an indian restaurant in Broadway the other day, called “Little Haveli”. We had a birthday dinner there.

Main curry such as butter chicken curry around $14, which you have to order a rice or nan for $2.
Or you can choose a plate with several kinds of curry with salad and nan which is around $10.
After meal Lassi is available for $ 2.50 as well. I had never drunk Lassi, but it does not taste like any other juice… it was like a Yogurt drink that I had in Japan, but it was not the same. Anyway I certainly loved it.
Indian culture often can be seen anywhere in Sydney.
There were not many Indians settled in New South Wales in the early 19th Century because most of them were workers. Besides, there were a number of convicts from India as well.
Major emigration beacon from around 1853, supported and organized by Sir William Burton, a judge in NSW. The number beacon to increase from then.
Especially, the number of Indian students in Australia increased from 30000 in 2004 to 97000 in 2009. Also, Indians are the 6th biggest overseas born population in Sydney.
Curry

Curry

We went to an indian restaurant in Broadway the other day, called “Little Haveli”. We had a birthday dinner there.

The restaurant is not so big and retains home like atmosphere, but during dinner time there are lots of customers including not only Indians but also people from other nationalities.

Main curry such as butter chicken curry around $14, which you have to order a rice or nan for $2.

Or you can choose a plate with several kinds of curry with salad and nan which is around $10.

After meal Lassi is available for $ 2.50 as well. I had never drunk Lassi, but it does not taste like any other juice… it was like a Yogurt drink that I had in Japan, but it was not the same. Anyway I certainly loved it.

Curry Plate

Curry Plate

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken

Butter Chicken Curry

Butter Chicken Curry

Nan

Nan

Tasty!

Tasty!

Little Haveli

Little Haveli

Little Haveli

Little Haveli

Little Haveli is located at:

153 Brodway, Ultimo NSW 2007

Tel:(02) 9212 2471 | Fax: (02)9212 2472

Website: Little Haveli

I think it’s a good opportunity to talk about Indians in Sydney as well. Indian culture often can be seen anywhere in Sydney.

There were not many Indians settled in New South Wales in the early 19th Century because most of them were workers. Besides, there were a number of convicts from India as well. Major emigration beacon from around 1853, supported and organized by Sir William Burton, a judge in NSW. The number beacon to increase from then.

Especially, the number of Indian students in Australia increased from 30000 in 2004 to 97000 in 2009. Also, Indians are the 6th biggest overseas born population in Sydney.

Sources:

Archives In Brief 79 – India and NSW – Migration and trade

Demographics of Sydney

Little Haveli – Beansprout’s Cafe

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