Since 2004, our flagship restaurant, Queens Tandoor in Seminyak, (or “Little India” as it has been dubbed by the locals and expatriates of the island), has been serving guests with the finest array of Indian dishes and gourmet masterpieces, coupled with outstanding service and a commitment to exceed diners’ expectations.
At Queen’s Tandoor, our extensive lunch and dinner menu features a wide selection of Koyle ka Kamaal (dishes hot from the Tandoor), together with Murg (chicken specialties), Ghosht (lamb), and Samudaree Khazana (fish and prawn). The jewels in our Indian vegetarian crown can be found in our Bageeche se (from the vegetable garden) menu, with dishes such as Navratan Jalfrazi comprised of nine garden vegetables in a saffron sauce; and Malai Kofta vegetable balls in a creamy sauce. There are also a few hot vegetarian dishes from the south, such as Masala Dosa and Sambhar.  The lunchtime menu includes set combos, thalis, express curries and biryanis and there is also a casual grazing menu offering Tandoori snacks throughout the day. Complement your meal with a delicious dhal, roti, chappati, nan, or dosa, and you’re guaranteed to go home with a very full and satisfied stomach. All of our authentic Indian dishes at Queen’s Tandoor are prepared by our native Indian chefs, one of whom is a master of the Tandoor - a large cauldron-shaped clay pot, housed within a specially constructed oven with a flat ceramic surface and sides. Removal of a cast iron lid on the top exposes the belly of the oven, which is fuelled by charcoal and incredibly hot.
Queen’s Tandoor is centrally located in a prime area of Seminyak, easily accessible from the main street. At the entrance, guests are welcomed by Ganesha, the Hindu god of making things happen and icon of Queen’s restaurants. The air-conditioned interior of this modern two-storey building features well-spaced tables, a wide bar, and a choice of dining areas. The main dining room caters for both large groups and individual parties, while the upper floor, with chairs and tables arranged upon a mezzanine under a soaring roof, is perfect for romantic couples and smaller intimate groups seeking a higher degree of privacy. For guests who wish to dine alfresco, there is an open-air terrace at the front sporting a beautifully crafted swinging seat. There is a large car park at the rear of the building.

At Queen’s Tandoor, Mr Puneet Malhotra and his wife Mrs Neeta R. Shamdasani warmly welcome you to experience and celebrate the flavours and tastes of the glorious and vastly diverse Indian Sub Continent.
(Indian Food, Indian Cuisine in Bali and Indian Restaurant in Bali)