How it started
Mandi is a Yemeni traditional dish made primarily of meat and rice cooked in a pit underground with a specific blend of spices. It is incredibly popular and widespread throughout the Arabian Peninsula, and many places consider it a staple dish. Egypt, India, the Levant, and Turkey are also home to this species. If you want to try authentic Arabian cuisine in Sydney, Royal Bait-al-mandi is the place to go. Our patrons have always raved about our food and have come back for more. We specialise in many types of Mandi. Our chefs are dedicated to providing our customers with the greatest possible flavour by using fresh, in-house ingredients.
Our address is 36 Haldon Street, which is located in the heart of Lakemba. Lakemba’s restaurants are well-known for their wonderful cuisine. We have lots of space and plush chairs. Our Mutton Madfoon is so popular that people come from all across NSW to try it. If you are a Biryani lover but want to try something equally awesome, come down and give us an opportunity to serve you.
Mandi is popular among Hadhrami people in Kerala’s Malabar region, Karnataka’s Bhatkal region, Barkas and places around Hyderabad, India. It is gaining popularity throughout the world because of its fantastic aroma and taste.