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About The Kings of Punjab

Family-run restaurant, The Kings of Punjab on The Entrance Road in Erina brings the flavours and flair of Indian cuisine to your dining experience. Located on the Central Coast of NSW, expect a stylish vibe of mosaic-tiled walls, wooden furniture settings, hanging lanterns and an eclectic mix of artwork. Settle in with a starter of lamb kebabs, infused with herbs and spices, cooked to perfection in the tandoor, or Punjabi prawns with garlic, ginger and yoghurt; before classic curries such as hot and spicy beef vindaloo and steamed rice. Perhaps succulent fish pieces cooked in coconut sauce entice, or tender chicken cooked in a coconut almond sauce, best enjoyed with saffron rice, fluffy naan and mango chutney. Finish sweetly with a dessert of gulab jamun and housemade mango kulfi.

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Location & Map

172-176 The Entrance Road, Erina 2250 NSW - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  4:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Tue  4:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Wed  4:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Thu  4:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Fri  4:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Sat  4:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Sun  4:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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Member Reviews (4)


Great food. The hostess was super attentive and helpful. Will go again next holidays.


Had a great meal with 4 different curries, all very tasty. The hostess was lovely and very attentive!


Love this restaurant, great for a family night out or with a group of friends. We have made this our place for good Indian food. We even had our works Christmas party here. The staff are always friendly and the food is great!


On impulse finally tried this new Indian eatery last night (Sunday). What a surprise! Situated in the Erina commercial area (outlook a parking lot and main rd), we have not been swift to rush in. Our loss. The best Indian food on the Central Coast. Our former taste favourite was in Kincumber but the speed and service is not so good. Now we find a family that staffed the kitchen at Kincumber opening this new spot - and they are so focussed on customer service. Larger restaurant, bigger kitchen, better service, same or better food - and they're large enough to have special banquet nights with Indian musicians or Bollywood-style dancers. So the food? We kept it simple and basic - veg samosas, tandoori chicken, lamb korma, saffron rice all as good as any we've tried. Gulab jamun was a revelation - so this is why it's so popular. Best ever! Home-made mango icecream accompanied it perfectly, and not so sweet Punjabi spiced tea finished the evening perfectly with a lovely chat with the family. Well, it was a Sunday night. Try it. You can't go wrong.