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Welcome to Raavi`s Cumin

Who are we?

Our kitchen is headed by Chef/Owner, Ravi Gandhi. Punjabi food runs in his genes! He is a third generation restaurateur and Chef, who has regularly been featured as part of India’s top 20 master chefs and cuisine experts in various publications. Chef Gandhi has also done consultations for other restaurants in London, and the Middle East and also has been the President of ‘AHAR’ (Association of Hotels And Restaurants) for three consecutive years. He has been conducting cooking classes for the ‘Mumbai Festival’, an annual event organised by the Ministry of Tourism, India. In Mumbai, he was the pioneer in creating the first ever ‘Low Calorie Punjabi Food’ menu! After successfully running ‘The Great Punjab’ group of restaurants in India for the last two decades, Ravi Gandhi brings you Indian food, the way it’s meant to be! Authentic North Indian style cuisine served with sophistication in Sydney at ‘Cumin – Taste the Indian Experience’.

‘Cumin’

‘Cumin’ is the dried fruit of a small herbaceous plant and is one of the most typical spices in India. It is an ingredient of most curry powders and savoury spice mixtures, and is used in gravies, grills – especially lamb – and chicken dishes. It gives bite to plain rice, vegetables and even bread! Other than it’s usage as an essential ingredient for cooking purposes, ‘Cumin’ seeds, a very good source of iron, have also traditionally been noted to be of benefit to the digestive system. They are also considered to have anti-carcinogenic properties. Although the small ‘Cumin’ seed looks rather unassuming, it packs a punch when it comes to flavor, which can be described as penetrating and peppery with slight citrus overtones.

‘Indian Cuisine'

‘Cumin’ is the dried fruit of a small herbaceous plant and is one of the most typical spices in India. It is an ingredient of most curry powders and savoury spice mixtures, and is used in gravies, grills – especially lamb – and chicken dishes. It gives bite to plain rice, vegetables and even bread! Other than it’s usage as an essential ingredient for cooking purposes, ‘Cumin’ seeds, a very good source of iron, have also traditionally been noted to be of benefit to the digestive system. They are also considered to have anti-carcinogenic properties. Although the small ‘Cumin’ seed looks rather unassuming, it packs a punch when it comes to flavor, which can be described as penetrating and peppery with slight citrus overtones.

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Trading Hours:

Lunch : Friday from 12:00pm – 02:00pm

Dinner : 7 Days from 05:00pm – 10:00pm

Delivery and Take away: 7 Days for Dinner


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2 Burlington St,
Crows Nest, Sydney
NSW 2065,

Phone: 02 9436 3669

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email: contact@cumin.com.au

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