Take a culinary journey to the reimagined Indian cuisine that has been enjoyed by Sydney since 1984 led by Deep, Manjit Gujral and their team.
Immerse yourself in the scenic surrounds in Manjit’s newest city location with inspiring views and an innovative menu like nothing you have ever experienced. From the gol gol gappa to the mango pistachio kulfi, your idea of Indian cuisine will change forever.
“We are honoured to have our family serve your family.” – Manjit Gujral
The Gujral family let us in on a little secret – if you have kids, ask for nan bread with cottage cheese. So simple, but the kids will love it.
Manjit’s is on the top street level of King Street Wharf – Just up from the old Cargo Bar (HA! Remember those days? Or is that just me?).
Your best bet is to catch a ferry. But if you have to drive, there is relatively cheap parking on Sussex Street.
There is a drop down change mat in the women’s toilets.
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We just held our first birthday party at Manjit’s at the Wharf. Check out all the pics and antics from the day here.
Baby change table
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It’s time to MUMOKI your life