Best Halal Food
Lal Qila is a 100% halal restaurant in Sydney. With tasty dinners and admiration of standards defined by dietary law, it is the best halal eatery in town. All our dishes are made with safe and halal nourishments. Our staff and all chefs respect this tenant and work accordingly to deliver best dining experience.
Open 7 days
Our restaurant is open from 05:00 PM to 10:30 PM from Monday to Saturday and 05:30 PM to 10:00 PM on Sunday and Bank Holidays. Lal Qila Darling Harbour is now open for lunch as well from 12:00 PM to 3 PM.
There is dependably a period for festivity; you should simply discover the venue. Lal Qila provides a wide range of the most festive and royal menus of Pakistani and Indian food, most suitable for conducting private gatherings in style and solace. Book ahead of time to make the most of the festival.
Discover the Taste of Lal Qila
MOST AUTHENTIC INDIAN RESTAURANT IN SYDNEY
Lal Qila, with its unique and royal experience of Mughlai food and culture, is the best Pakistani or Indian restaurant Sydney can have. Still confused about us? Hear from our customers.
ENJOY THE SERENITY OF SUBCONTINENTAL CULTURE
We promise an intimate dining experience that offers something for every patron. Discover the taste of kingly Indian cuisines and rejuvenate with the grandiose of Mughals.
How to get to LAL QILA Darling Harbor (King St Whraf) Walking from City From the CBD:
stroll down King Street towards Darling Harbor. At the crossing point of King Street and Sussex Street you will discover the King Street Pedestrian Bridge that leads straightforwardly to King Street Wharf. Train From Wynyard Train Station: Take the York St exit, then walk West down Erskine Street towards Darling Harbor. Toward the end of Erskine St, where it meets Lime Street, Turn left to achieve Lal Qila (5 to 10 minute walk).
From Town Hall Train Station: Once you leave the station, walk north along George Street, and after that go left into King Street. At the crossing point of King Street and Sussex Street you will discover the King Street Pedestrian Bridge that leads to Lime St King Street Wharf. (10 to 15 minute walk).
Buses Sydney buses 412 and 413 services that both go along Parramatta Road and go by Central Railway, then proceed with George Street before going to Lime St King Street Wharf. These transports are planned each 15 to 20 minutes amid crest times.
Taxi Request that the Taxi Driver take you to King Street Wharf Darling Harbor. Land on Lime Street. Farris Farris runs frequently to Darling Harbour from Circular Quay, Milsons Point, McMahons Point and Balmain. Get off on King Street Wharfs and head towards to Lime St.