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Fare for the seasoned palate: Corianders Durham Street

The best quality real ethnic Indian food is synonymous with one restaurant in Canterbury, Corianders Indian Restaurant.



Whether it’s the creamy butter chicken or a spicy vindaloo, there is fare for the most seasoned palate.

Being the biggest doesn’t mean that the smallest details don’t get attention. That’s what’s great about Corianders; quality, quality, quality.

That quality comes with free delivery straight to your door with online and phone ordering, contactless, delicious and safe.

You can have the food we have all come to love delivered safely to your home, for free, if you are within five kilometres of your favourite Corianders.

It is the right choice when picking a place to bring your family or workmates too.

There are free nibbles Monday to Saturday 5pm to 7pm and, at St Asaph Street, you can pop down and enjoy the al fresco dining and beverages on their wonderful deck area.

Corianders has been bringing Christchurch the taste of northern India since 2006 and almost everyone has a great story of a night out there.

Stimulate your senses with authentic Indian flavours with real value for money meals.

You can order your function platters for the team or family by emailing or phone 03 365 5557.

Follow them on Facebook for fun competitions and the latest news on their vibrant and exciting specials.

With free delivery for orders over $50, order now and bring the taste of India to your house soon.


The east of India & Nepal: Everest Indian Restaurant

Using only the freshest of ingredients, Everest Indian Restaurant provides diners with the delicious and authentic taste of traditional Indian and Nepalese cuisine – with a refreshing modern twist.



The creative flair and high-quality dishes showcase the work of the highly experienced chefs who have worked in five-star kitchens in Delhi and the world-class Yak & Yeti Hotel in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Regular diners keep coming back for the popular chefs’ specials, which include Everest Chicken Curry, a boneless chicken cooked in onion, tomato and coriander gravy, and the Lamb Lajabab, a dish cooked with onion,
tomato, and cashew sauce. The chefs make their own fresh Indian naan breads, and even make gluten-free naans as well. All meals can be tailored to suite the level of spiciness you feel most comfortable with.

Everest Indian Restaurant has three handy locations in Parklands, Woolston and Lyttelton, which are all open for both lunch and dinner.

The restaurant is fully licensed (you can also BYO wine for a $6 corkage fee) and offers catering for functions and events. For more information, and to check out the extensive takeaway menu, visit

You’ll find the other locations at 60 Queenspark Drive, 03 383 6263; 608 Ferry Road, 03 943 2110 and 2 London Street, 03 328 8185.