116 Brisbane Street‚ Ipswich

Indian Mehfil Restaurant situated in the heart of Ipswich city in an old style heritage building, where you will experience authentic Indian cuisine.

Established in 2010 Indian Mehfil has been at the forefront of authentic Indian cuisine for the past six years. A beacon of culinary excellence the brand has won several accolades establishing itself as the venue of choice among Ipswich community.

The ancient Indian phrase “attithi deva bhav” meaning guest is God is at the heart of their philosophy. Their mission is to create memorable experiences for their patrons by showcasing traditional Indian food and warm friendly service.

They provide the guests with three choices to choose from including dining at their restaurant with best ambiance, take away option or from the convenience point of view, home delivery.

  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining
  • Bar
  • Delivery available
  • Suitable for Functions
  • Takeaway Available

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Recent Reviews


Nov 2020

Great night out

Good food, friendly staff. Quaint restaurant in old Heritage building tastefully decorated with Indian theme inside. Had Lamb Korma will try with chicken next time, great flavour. more »


Sep 2020

Great food. Lovely staff.

Great food. Lovely staff. Nice venue. Best Rogan Josh & Lamb Korma. Highly recommended. We will be back. more »

Boyd J

Jul 2020

Tasty Food. Excellent Service

Dined on a Sunday night as a walk-in, and the restaurant was fairly busy. Tasty food at a reasonable price and excellent, attentive service. more »


Jun 2020


The food was absolutely disgusting. I ordered the Butter Chicken Curry and it was bland, full of bones and tasteless. They have lunch specials however the waiter discourages you from ordering them... more »


Jan 2020

Great food, great people.

The Butter Chicken and the Methi Malai are our favourite dishes, but I have never heard a bad word about any of their dishes. Great service and a community minded business. more »