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Little India, located in Hobart, Australia serves a great selection of fresh, delicious and authentic Indian dishes, at reasonable rates. This restaurant is ideal for Muslims, since the food served is Halal. However, please note that alcohol is served here. If you are also looking to dine on healthy vegan dishes, Little India is the best place for you! ...more

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Little India, located in Hobart, Australia serves a great selection of fresh, delicious and authentic Indian dishes, at reasonable rates. This restaurant is ideal for Muslims, since the food served is Halal. However, please note that alcohol is served here. If you are also looking to dine on healthy vegan dishes, Little India is the best place for you!

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75 Harrington Street, Hobart, Tasmania 7000

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+61 3 6272 7495

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