Red Pepper Indian Restaurant located at the top end of leafy Bourke St is delighting Melbourne diners with its Thali lunches, inspired by owner/chef Jagjeet Kaur. Tired of the same old lunch options? City worker? Looking for a lunch destination for an office celebration? Family or friends catch up in the CBD? Love Indian food?
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We’ve seen QR codes and takeaway pivots – but what’s next for Melbourne dining? Resident foodie Dani Valent joins award-winning journalist Santilla Chingaipein The Future of … a fortnightly online series exploring positive changes we can make to the ways we live, work and play. Don’t miss your chance to hear Dani predict innovative new ventures, trends and ideas that will emerge in dining in 2021 and beyond. Tomorrow at 1pm. Book your free ticket now.
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Is this the best value set menu Valentine's dinner in Melbourne? For only $49 per person you can enjoy some of the best Indian food in Melbourne at iconic Red Pepper restaurant in Bourke St. Affordable but not "cheap" with legendary chef/owner Jagjeet at the helm. We are hearing there will be 3 entrees, 2 mains, sides and dessert as part of the set menu. This is an iconic restaurant in Melbourne at the Paris end of Bourke St, a romantic location in itself. Red Pepper has been undergoing some renovations and the vibe is modern and captivating, perfect for your date night. How better to celebrate Valentie's Day with traditional Indian dishes with superb use of spices, for an authentic experience.
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