25 Brisbane Street‚ Ipswich

As is the way for the majority of Ipswich’s best loved restaurants, Memories of India allows customers to dine in a beautiful heritage building that harks back to a bygone era.

In this case, it’s the old corner pub formerly known as The Ulster which has been welcoming customers through its doors since 1910.

These days it’s the aromas of authentic and modern Indian dishes that greet you when you arrive.

Co-owners Aman Sharma and head chef Promod Kumar have extensive experience in five-star restaurants in India and have developed an approachable yet exciting Indian menu with plenty to excite families, foodies, vegetarians and gluten-free diners.

You’ll find a long list of naan breads, platters, onion bahjis and samosas to begin with, and mains ranging from Masala, Korma and Vindaloo curries to Palak Paneer and various Biryani rice dishes.

A hit with the littlies is a fried chicken number called Chicken 65 while a modern Vodka Chicken offering is the most popular takeaway option.

Watch for weekly specials of dishes not on the main a la carte menu.

The restaurant offers an ever-changing selection of craft beers and wines, and has a large functions room for special events and celebrations.

  • Bar
  • Non Smoking
  • Suitable for Functions
  • Takeaway Available

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Recent Reviews


May 2020

Amazing perfect flavourful food

Every mouthful of our takeaway dishes was a sensation we never expected to find in an Ipswich indian restaurant. We were blown away by the the layered levels of flavour and spice, the customer care... more »


May 2020

Fantastic meals as always

Absolutely loved our meals thank you again - so fresh and so delicious. We always look forward to coming to Memories of India. The staff are so wonderful and friendly and absolutely accommodating... more »


Dec 2019

The best Indian restaurant in Ipswich and surrounding area

The best Indian restaurant in Ipswich. Our family visits at least once per month. We’ve tried a variety of different menu items and it’s always delicious. The naan breads are the best I’ve had in... more »


Nov 2019


I have not had Indian food this good since Flavor of India (Glebe) or Curry Connection (St Lucia) in their heyday (1990s). The 'chicken 65' is perhaps the best I have ever had in fact. Our family... more »


Oct 2019

Brilliant Indian food

I have been here a few times and have been trying different selections (korma, madras and methi malai) and they ate all spot on. The onion bhajis and tandoori platter are great entree’s and they do... more »