Vanessa Pike-Russell
The next time you feel like some scenery, why not head down to Shellharbour, just half an hour south of Wollongong, NSW which is home to a small beachside village where there is so much to see and do. We had just watched the matinee session of the musical 'Hair' put on by the Roo Theatre and felt some indian food with a view sounded a perfect end to a very stimulating day.

The first course was Tandoori Chicken with butter naan $10.90 (half)
Tandoori Junction: Tandoori chicken by you.

The meat melted in the mouth and the marinade was spicy and full of flavour. We loved the dipping sauces and thought it was great value.
Tandoori Junction, Shellharbour: Garlic Naan
Tandoori Chicken $10.90

The second course was the restaurant's speciality, the 'Junction Platter' which was a combination of entrees which included Seekh Kebab, Fish Tikka, Chicken Tikka, and Onion Bhaji. Again the dipping sauces were a great accompaniment and there was much moaning of contentment from everyone, especially with regard to the Fish Tikka which was absolutely delicious.

Tandoori Junction: Junction platter by you.

Junction platter $16.90

Sauces platter was a wonderful surprise. The mixed pickles tasted liked it needed a little more sugar, leaning towards bitter but was very interesting. The chutney was very zingy, with ginger and mango which was a firm favourite. The cooling cucumber raita has always been something I look forward to.

A sample of the menu

Tandoori Junction, Shellharbour Village by you.

Tandoori Junction
3/13 Addison Street, Shellharbour NSW 2528

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Vanessa Pike-Russell

Lamb with rissoto

battered king prawns

Roast Lamb with asparagus, beans and mashed potato
Lamb roast with beans, asparagus and creamed potatoes with a garnish of seaweed salad and tomatoes

Children's menu: Chicken nuggets with chips, fruit and icecream for dessert
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