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Awards & Reviews

Awards & Reviews in Somerville at Tulsi Indian Restaurant - Tulsi Indian Restaurant
Winner 'Victorian Award of Excellence 2014' for Best Indian Cuisine by Savour Australia Restaurant & Catering HOSTplus Awards for Excellence

Winner reginal'Victorian Award of Excellence 2013' for Indian Cuisine

Finalist   National Award of Excellence 2013' for Indian Cuisine

Finalist  'Victorian Award of Excellence 2012' for Indian Cuisine

Winner  reginal Victorian Award of Excellence 2011' for Indian Cuisine'

Finalist   National  Award of Excellence 2011' for Indian Cuisine'

Finalist 'Victorian Award of Excellence 2010' for Indian Cuisine  

Reviewed and Recommended - The Age:
Good Food Guide 2010

Spice lovers travel to eat at this smart Indian restaurant with its starched napery, professional service and excellent food. They come for cardamom-scented somosas; juicy chicken tikka; fall-of-the-fork Punjabi lamb in spinach gravy; and the bright, clear flavours of Madras chicken in tomato and coconut sauce. Kulfi (icecream) is sweet and smooth, sprinkled with ground pistachios. The modestly priced wine list has several aromatic choices well suited to the menu, including some from the owner's Wildcroft Estate.

2009 Winner
'Regional Award of Excellence 2009' for Asian Cuisine
Winner 
'Victorian Award of Excellence 2009' for Indian Cuisine
Finalist
'National Award of Excellence 2009' for Indian Cuisine

2008
Reviewed and Recommended - The Age:
Good Food Guide 2009

2007
Finalist

'Victorian Award of Excellence 2007' (Restaurant and Catering Association of Australia) for Indian Cuisine.
Reviewed and Recommended - The Age:
Good Food Guide 2008

Donít be fooled by its uninspiring suburban-strip home in Somerville: Tulsi is far from pedestrian. The open kitchen adds a buzz to the tasteful contemporary decor and the quality of the cooking outguns the menu of standard Indian restaurant dishes. There might be the Kashmiri specialty of Kabuli naan; a feisty Goan Vindaloo; or some classic southern dishes such as jheenga saag (prawn and spinach curry). Kulfi (icecream) is a great end to a terrific meal.

2006
Winner

'Victorian Award of Excellence 2006' (Restaurant and Catering Association of Australia) for Indian Cuisine.
Finalist
'National Award of Excellence 2006' Restaurant and Catering Association
Reviewed and Recommended - The Age:
Good Food Guide 2007

As you enter Tulsi (named after the holy basil), the wood-framed windows that slide open to the street suggest this is no ordinary Indian restaurant. Cream walls, bentwood chairs and smart charcoal carpet confirm the tasteful impression. So does the food: tender, flavorsome curries with generous chunks of meat or vegetables. Lamb roghan josh zings with fresh coriander and silvers of ginger, and there are delectable breads such as tandoor-baked kabuli naan stuffed with fruits and nuts.